The Wharton Moneyball Post Game Podcast


Wharton Moneyball: NFL Forecast, Sports Nutrition, Football Analytics, & College Football Matchups

Ep. 168

Show from 9/18/19

In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts talk with the Director of Sports Performance and Nutrition at the Dallas Cowboys, Scott Sehrert. Have you ever wondered how nutrition plays a role into your favorites athletes performance? Next our hosts talk with Senior Analytics Specialist and writer at ESPN, Brian Burke. They discuss how ESPN uses analytics and the of analytics in football. Have you ever wanted to view sports in an analytical perspective?


Scott Sehnert is the Director of Sports Performance and Nutrition at the Dallas Cowboys. Prior to joining the team, he was the Sports Dietitian at Auburn, Michigan State and also worked with US Speed Skating.


Follow him on Twitter @ScottSehnert

Brian Burke is a former Navy pilot, and was an early pioneer of modern football analytics. He is currently the Senior Analytics Specialist at ESPN, a writer at

Follow him on Twitter @bburkeESPN

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