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Stat of the Week

 
August 17, 2017

$3 million: the estimated media value of ESPN’s College Game Day visit to James Madison University in 2015, to both JMU and their opponent, the Richmond Spiders. This was the last time an FCS school hosted the three-hour program, and according to UR’s research firm, the university benefitted from over 33 minutes of on-screen visual exposure and mentions in front of an audience of 66 million viewers.

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DATA DEFICIT: NO STROKES GAINED FOR LPGA TOUR

As the best professional women golfers from the U.S. and Europe converge this week in the Des Moines, one side has a quantifiable advantage in the team match-play Solheim Cup competition. Team Europe announced in February that they would utilize the services of The 15th Club, a UK-based performance analytics company.
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ATLANTA UNITED...EXPANSION OUTLIER

Atlanta United is having a banner inaugural season in Major League Soccer. Assuming this level of play continues through their final dozen games, Atlanta United is poised to have the best opening season ever by a team in the North American professional sports leagues in the modern expansion era.
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Sloan conference

February 23-24, 2018
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