Using a deep learning model, Alex Rojas examines what might have happened if March Madness had been held last year. He also explores how the model's top teams from 2020 have fared in 2021.
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Oral Roberts and Syracuse have ridden their stars to surprise berths in the Sweet Sixteen. HSAC examines whether more teams should rely on their stars to succeed in March.
On this episode of the HSAC Pod, David Arkow, Danny Blumenthal, and Julia Blank recap the opening weekend of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, discuss college basketball analytics, and make predictions for the rest of...
During the NCAA men's basketball tournament, teams with more balance perform better than those which excel in only one area of the game.
After a year without March Madness, the Harvard Sports Analysis Collective is excited to bring back our highly-anticipated 68 March Madness Facts article for the 2021 edition of the tournament. Here are some insights on every...
This season, games are being played in home stadiums, but one major factor of what makes a home stadium a ‘home’ is missing: the fans.
On this episode, David Arkow, Johnattan Ontiveros, and Danny Blumenthal recap the Australian Open, explore the growth of tennis analytics, and debate the GOATs of men's and women's tennis.
On Friday night, Zion Williamson put up 36 points on a preposterous 14/15 shooting split, with his lone miss being his only shot from 3.
On this episode of the HSAC Podcast, we recap the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' victory in Super Bowl 55.
Tom Brady has had a sensational career, putting up numbers comparable to Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers put together. However, in adapting to fit a new offense in Tampa Bay, Brady may have put on his greatest performance.