By Hank Duncan After months of anticipation, the “Greatest College Weekend” has finally returned to Indiana University, and it is officially time for the LIttle 500. On April 20 and 21, 20,000 spectators will flock to Bill Armstrong stadium to see the most famous college cycling race in the country. As a rider and analytics-enthusiast, … More 2018 Men’s Little 500 Predictions
By Zach Hopkins and Quinton Hughes Last semester, SABIU’s MLB Committee constructed a model which predicts who should win the Cy Young Award. This is an analysis of findings from this model. The Cy Young Award is the highest honor an MLB pitcher can receive for his single-season performance. This award is supposed to go … More Who Should Really Win the Cy Young Award?
By Ryan Wonsowicz Ever since Derrick Rose’s infamous knee injury, the Bulls have been in a state of basketball purgatory. Since that day in April 2012, the Bulls have made the playoffs in four out of five years. However, the farthest they have ever gotten is the semifinal round (lost to Miami in 2013 and … More A Closer Look at the Chicago Bulls and the 2018 NBA Draft
By Kevin Besser and Pranay Bhargava Quarterbacks Name Comp Att Yds TD INT Tom Brady 25 35 378 5 0 Russell Wilson 29 49 373 4 0 Case Keenum 25 33 369 3 0 Kirk Cousins 25 30 365 3 0 Aaron Rodgers 28 42 313 3 1 Running backs Name Att Yds Avg … More NFL Week 3 Top Performers
By Mike Detzel The Change Inheriting a 2-14 team is never easy. Ryan Grigson came on as the General Manager for the Colts in 2012, replacing long time GM Bill Polian. He inherited an aging roster whose cornerstone, Peyton Manning, was coming off serious surgery and was uncertain whether he would be able to play … More How Ryan Grigson Rebuilt – And Then Destroyed – The Indianapolis Colts
By Ryan Draghi The steps in becoming an elite college football program are onerous and often intricate. It seems college football has arguably the most parity in any sport at any level since “non-elite” programs often make runs to the College football playoff like Washington and Michigan State. Optimistically, any team can pull off a … More Peyton Ramsey and the IU Quarterback Controversy
In what was one of the most highly anticipated showdowns in the history of Hoosier football, the once-tight matchup that saw INDIANA LEAD OHIO STATE AT HALF-TIME turned ugly by the third quarter. In the fourth, the Hoosiers were shut-out and lit up. Ohio State went on to defeat IU 49-21, crushing any hopes of … More Three Takeaways from Indiana-Ohio State, 2017