The Wharton Moneyball Post Game Podcast


Wharton Moneyball: Soccer Analytics, Tech in the NFL, & NBA Player Stats

Ep. 129

Show from 12/12/18

In this episode of Wharton Moneyball we have our full roster of hosts covering sports headlines from the miracle of Miami to college basketball. Then an expert on soccer analytics at Seattle Sounders FC. Plus Former NFL Fullback and Tight End for the Buccaneers and the Saints Erik Lorig! Tune in


Ravi Ramineni is the Director of Soccer Analytics at Seattle Sounders FC. He is the architect of the analytics platform that helps the coaching staff make informed decisions about day-to-day activities like opposition scouting and training plans as well as helping identify players for potential signings from both within MLS and from the international market.

Erik Lorig is a former NFL fullback and tight end where he played for the Buccaneers and Saints after converting from a defensive lineman where he played at Stanford. Erik is currently a fulltime MBA student here at Wharton where he is focusing his studies on Business Analytics and Entrepreneurship

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