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Bringing you timely sports analytics, covering your favorite teams, and interviewing the athletes. Wharton Moneyball is live every Wednesday at 8AM EST on SiriusXM Channel 132 and podcasted the same day. Join us for your daily dose of sports stats.

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Bringing you timely sports analytics, covering your favorite teams, and interviewing the athletes. Wharton Moneyball is live every Wednesday at 8AM EST on SiriusXM Channel 132 and podcasted the same day. Join us for your daily dose of sports stats.

    Wharton Moneyball - 2/19/20: Nick Elam, Solomon Wilcots

    Wharton Moneyball - 2/19/20: Nick Elam, Solomon Wilcots

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    Wharton Moneyball - 2/12/20: Tim Wigmore

    Wharton Moneyball - 2/12/20: Tim Wigmore

    Tim is currently a staff writer for The Daily Telegraph. He also contributes to publications including The Economist, FiveThirtyEight, ESPNCricinfo, The New York Times and The New Statesman. Tim writes on the business and politics of sports, corruption, sports globalisation, sports science, technology and analytics. His book, Cricket 2.0: Inside the T20 Revolution, was released in October 2019. It was called a "pioneering study" and “the first essential study of the T20 game”. 

    • 1 hr 45 min
    Wharton Moneyball - 2/5/20: Dr Tara Smith, Erik Moses

    Wharton Moneyball - 2/5/20: Dr Tara Smith, Erik Moses

    Dr. Smith is a Professor of Epidemiology at the Kent State University College of Public Health, which she joined in August 2013. An Ohio native, she previously spent 9 years in the Department of Epidemiology at the University of Iowa College of Public Health, where she directed the College’s Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases. 
    Erik Moses is the President of the DC Defenders XFL team who are set to kick off their season this weekend. Prior to moving to the XFL he was the Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Sports, Entertainment & Special Events for Events DC. 

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    2020 Super Bowl Special - Sage Rosenfels, Justin Tuck, Bruce Gadkowski, Scott Pioli,

    2020 Super Bowl Special - Sage Rosenfels, Justin Tuck, Bruce Gadkowski, Scott Pioli,

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    Wharton Moneyball - 1/29/20: Ian Levy, Michael Hill

    Wharton Moneyball - 1/29/20: Ian Levy, Michael Hill

    Ian Levy is creative editorial director for FanSided.com and manager of the NBA verticals The Step Black and Nylon Calculus. He has previously written for FiveThirtyEight, VICE Sports, Sporting News, and The Cauldron at Sports Illustrated.
    Michael Hill is the President of Baseball Operations for the Miami Marlins. He served as the General Manager from 2007 to 2013 before being promoted to his current role. He has 24 seasons experience in various front office capacities following his retirement from playing the sport

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    Wharton Moneyball - 1/22/20: Coach Paul Alexander, Josh Hermsmeyer

    Wharton Moneyball - 1/22/20: Coach Paul Alexander, Josh Hermsmeyer

    Coach Paul Alexander is a 36 year veteran NFL and major college football coach. An Academic All American football player, he began coaching at Penn State, then University of Michigan and Central Michigan before taking on his first NFL coaching assignment with the New York Jets in 1991. For the next 23 years he was the offensive line coach of the Cincinnati Bengals where he helped set a number of NFL and club records … it’s a tenure unheard of in modern day coaching cycles. In 2015 Alexander was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated in its article: “The Mozart behind the Bengals 6-0 record”.  In 2017, Pro Football Focus ranked his offensive line #1 statistically in pass protection over the 11 year life of their measure; also in 2017, he was once again recognized by Sports Illustrated as the top offensive line coach in the business and named to their “Dream Team Coaching Staff”. In 2018, Alexander joined the Dallas Cowboys as their offensive line coach.
    Part of Alexander’s success lies in the fact that he is always learning — always striving to push beyond the limits of his comfort zone. This is critical for remaining competitive in any high performing career, as the bar is always moving from play to play, and from game to game.
    True to his philosophy, at the age of 47, Coach Alexander took up the challenge of learning the piano at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music. His life has been profoundly enriched by the challenge and beauty of learning the language of music, and has inspired him to perform the master works of Beethoven, Liszt, Chopin, Schumann and Mozart. While studying piano at the conservatory, his teachers were three concert pianists: Albert Muhlbock, Michael Chertock and Michelle Conda. Learning from those artists taught him the striking and universal parallels of high level performance across domains and inspired him to write a book on elite performance in athletics and music. Alexander’s book “PERFORM” is about the journey of an NFL Coach training with a concert pianist where he offers lessons for teachers, coaches, athletes and musicians. It’s an inspiring read for anyone who has to stand up and perform in either their professional or personal lives.

    Josh Hermsmeyer is a writer for FiveThirtyEight and the Founder of AirYards.com where he works on all things football analytics. He is also a great follow on Twitter at @FriscoJosh. 

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Wharton Moneyball

Excellent job and a good listen. Some great guests and show gives you a excellent look at a variety of discussion topics and perspectives.

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Amazing Podcast!

These guys are awesome and a great show to listen to during my commute! Always love the interesting conversation and large variety of guests brought on!

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ThHE BEST Sports Analytics Podcast

I stumbled across this podcast 2 1/2 years ago and have not missed an episode sent. Before hosts are tremendous and their ability to present often complex statistical methods in a way that the casual stats fan can understand and the advanced stats enthusiast can appreciate, and they have fantastic guests from all around the sports and sports marketing world. My only negative is it only happens once a week.

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