A very serious statistical analysis of the action in Milwaukee.
May 29, 2022 by Ultiworld in Analysis, Recap with 0 comments
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Statistical analysis is at the forefront of sports media, as audiences become more and more comfortable with the analytical concepts and terminology that drives the decision making behind player evaluation. Through hard data, we are able to pierce the veil of human observational bias and find some truer truths that had been previously lying dormant at the heart of the sport.
This is not that. This is a collection of statistical facts entering Sunday that could mean something, or could mean nothing, but mostly just rule. Hey, you. Check out these stats.
Utah State’s Benjamin Hoffman, a freshman, is leading the men’s division with 24 goals. The next closest has how many? 13. Also, Utah State didn’t make the bracket, so they have only played four games, while many teams have played five. This man has almost doubled up the next highest figure despite playing 20% fewer games. Astonishing. And on a related note…
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