Sports Analytics Research
The Greatest PGA Tour Season of All Time
Tiger Woods’ 2000 PGA Tour season is known around the golf world for being the greatest all-around season had by any golfer in the history of the sport. This article will look at how truly dominant Tiger was in 2000, and if he would still reign supreme on today’s tour.
If You’re a Fan of Underdogs, Which Grand Slam Tournament is a Must-Watch?
In men’s professional tennis, it’s not uncommon to see a star player perform exceptionally well in one Grand Slam tournament and poorly in another. This article reveals which of the four majors has been home to the greatest number of upsets and, therefore, is arguably the most challenging for many top-ranking competitors.
Ranking the Best Coaches in College Basketball Today
This article compares who I believe to be the ten best coaches in college basketball today. It statistically breaks down each of these coaches’ success in both the regular season and the NCAA Tournament for their Division-1 coaching careers.
How Important Are Home Runs in a Power Hitting Period?
Major League Baseball is currently in a period of power hitting, so home runs have become a common occurrence. But does this mean that the best teams in the league are now the ones with exceptional home run totals? In this article, we seek to answer this question by analyzing MLB teams’ number of home runs and number of wins.
Does the SEC Offer the Best Fan Experience in College Football?
A common topic debated by college football fans is whether the SEC offers the best fan experience in all of college football. The areas where the SEC has proven to excel compared to other conferences are its loud atmospheres, core school traditions, and superior recruiting.
What Wins World Series Championships: Pitching, Batting, or Fielding?
The game of baseball is comprised of pitching, batting, and fielding, and it’s often the case that World Series champions dominate only one aspect of the sport. In this article, we seek to determine which facet of baseball most World Series champions distinguish themselves in and, therefore, is most indicative of who will win in the postseason.