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Ed Feng
Wannabe beer expert. Until then, using math/data to make accurate football, March Madness predictions. Once chatted up Jesse Eisenberg on analytics.
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Ed Feng 1h
Replying to @robbyallen4444
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Ed Feng 1h
Cincinnati was 12th in my pass defense numbers by adjusted yards per play. Not a push over that KC is rolling all over.
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Ed Feng 5h
Ann Arbor sunset so pretty I had to pull over.
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Ed Feng 12h
Love the aggressive call to go for 2 after Tennessee scored the TD to close the gap to 1. Doesn't work out, though.
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Ed Feng 12h
Doesn’t look like Ohio State fixed their problems on defense this week.
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Ed Feng 14h
Baltimore will beat New Orleans by 1.7 at home. Get all of my points based NFL predictions:
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Ed Feng Oct 20
Replying to @PDawg206 @SBN_BillC
Think this is a good question. Kind of want a sigmoid function to map yards to “success”. Bill?
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Ed Feng Oct 20
Props to Michigan offensive line, got a good push the last 3 drives against a solid Michigan State defense. Harbaugh changed the strength and conditioning this off season, perhaps seeing the effects.
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Ed Feng Oct 20
Strange first half. Michigan had 4.6 yards per play but plenty of opportunities due to field position. Michigan State had 2.0 yards per play. 7-0 Michigan.
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Ed Feng Oct 20
Well, that explains why Harbaugh didn't opt for the 50 yard field goal attempts on the past 2 drives.
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Ken Pomeroy Oct 20
My preseason ratings are out, subject to tweaks as news warrants in the coming days. Let this be your official thread for the teams you think the computer missed on. I'll RT this on April 3rd so we can see how everyone did.
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Ed Feng Oct 20
4th and 5 around the Michigan State 34, Michigan needs to go for that. Decent chance that the punt puts the ball at the 20.
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Ed Feng Oct 20
Oklahoma is lining up in the shotgun on 4th and 1??!! Well, touchdown Sooners on the option.
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Ed Feng Oct 20
Oklahoma ran a QB sneak on 4th and 1. They got the memo that it works 83% of the time in the NFL.
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Ed Feng Oct 19
Then Air Force goes for it on 4th and 1 with a QB sneak, which is the first time I've seen that in college this year (sneak converts 83% in the NFL).
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Ed Feng Oct 19
The announcers just mentioned in analytics in going for it on 4th and 1 in this Air Force at UNLV game. I'm in shock.
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Ed Feng Oct 19
It all started with a Romer article. Let know if you need help finding it
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Ed Feng Oct 19
Most balanced Big Ten team on offense and defense? Penn State, ranked 15th on both sides of the ball by my adjusted yards per play.
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Ed Feng Oct 19
By my adjusted yards per play, Ohio State has the 8th best offense but the 91st ranked defense. To see all teams:
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Ed Feng Oct 19
By my numbers, Washington State is a home favorite over Oregon. For all my points based college football predictions:
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