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  1. Midseason awards: Baylor leads the way

    Albert Larcada, ESPN Stats & Info

    Best QB performance of the season: Bryce Petty vs. Buffalo - Sept. 7, 2013 Petty put up video game numbers against Buffalo, going 13-of-16 for 336 yards with two touchdowns. He threw no interceptions, was not sacked, and did not fumble. He also ad...

    Blog | October 15, 2013
  2. Flacco at his worst early, often vs Texans

    Albert Larcada, ESPN Stats & Info

    Thomas Campbell/US PresswireJoe Flacco's first-half play against Houston resulted in him posting the lowest QBR since 2008.The Baltimore Ravens were manhandled 43-13 on Sunday by the Houston Texans in a matchup of the previously only AFC teams with w...

    Blog | October 23, 2012
  3. Loaded box vaults Smith to QBR lead

    Albert Larcada, ESPN Stats & Info

    AP Photo/Tony AvelarAlex Smith is leading the league in Total QBR after Week 5.At the end of Week 5, Alex Smith is the leader in Total QBR. Let me say that again for San Francisco 49ers fans who have endured some tough quarterback play in recent seas...

    Blog | October 09, 2012
  4. Rating the conferences: From 1 to 32

    Albert Larcada, ESPN Stats & Info

    As the NCAA Tourney gets ready to kick off, here is a look at how the conferences currently stack up according to ESPN's Stats and Information. As has been the case for weeks, the Big East slightly edges the Big Ten as the top conference. What is ...

    Blog | March 14, 2011
  5. Rating the conferences: From 1 to 32

    Albert Larcada, ESPN Stats & Info

    The Big East's improvement in the human polls helps to increase its lead over the Big Ten in this week's ESPN Stats & Information conference power rankings. The recent strong play of St. John's has given the Big East eight schools inside the t...

    Blog | February 28, 2011
  6. Rating the conferences: From 1 to 32

    Albert Larcada, ESPN Stats & Info

    Here are this week's Stats and Information conference power ratings. For a recap of how we rank conferences check here and here. There was very little change this week between the conferences. Xavier defeated Georgia in arguably the sexiest OOC ma...

    Blog | February 14, 2011
  7. Rating the conferences: From 1 to 32

    Albert Larcada, ESPN Stats & Info

    Here are this week's Stats and Information conference power ratings. For a recap of how we rank conferences check here and here. The Big East maintains its slim lead over the Big Ten. Interestingly, the computer rankings slightly favor the Big Ten...

    Blog | February 07, 2011
  8. Rating the conferences: From 1 to 32

    Albert Larcada, ESPN Stats & Info

    Here are this week's ESPN Stats and Information conference rankings. For a recap of how we rank conferences check here and here. For the first time this season the Big East and Big Ten are tied in computer rankings. Thankfully our system breaks ti...

    Blog | January 31, 2011
  9. Rating the conferences: 1 to 32

    Albert Larcada, ESPN Stats & Info

    Here are this week's ESPN Stats and Information conference ratings. For a recap of how we rank the conferences check here and here. The Big East retains the conference ranking lead, one week after it took over the No. 1 spot from the Big Ten. The ...

    Blog | January 10, 2011
  10. Rating the conferences: From 1 to 32

    Albert Larcada, ESPN Stats & Info

    After a one week hiatus for the holidays, we are back with the latest ESPN Stats & Information conference ratings. For a recap on how we rank the conferences click here and here. For the first time this season, the Big East has overtaken the Big T...

    Blog | January 03, 2011
  11. Stat Week: An Argument for OPS

    Albert Larcada, ESPN Stats & Info

    Throughout the week, Baseballl Tonight will be taking a closer look at the use of "non-traditional" statistics in baseball analysis, with "Stat Week" segments on its program. The Max Info will be providing further analysis on the topics discussed, as...

    Blog | March 22, 2010