In ESPN The Magazine's Interview Issue, Numbers columnist Peter Keating sets out to savage the College Football Playoff rankings -- but finds that the CFP committee has done, um, great work.
Albert Pujols' decline is not just shocking -- it's darn near unprecedented. Now we reveal the surprising culprit
In ESPN The Magazine's Analytics Issue, Peter Keating writes about how one of the worst teams in the NHL crowdsourced its fans to discover a true measure of quality coaching.
In ESPN The Magazine's Analytics Issue, Peter Keating writes that it might be impossible to get traditionalists and statheads to agree on whether clutch exists, but he's going to give it a try.
Which college quarterbacks will reign at the next level, and which will be the next Ryan Leaf? In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating looks at a few key variables that hold all the answers.
In ESPN The Magazine's Analytics Issue, Peter Keating writes about how one PGA Tour contest winner is embracing golf's new analytics.
Peter Keating shows what might be in store for five quarterbacks who struggled in 2012.
In ESPN The Magazine, Nate Silver, oracle of sports and politics, tells Peter Keating about the difference between predicting the MLB MVP and the winner of a presidential election.
Why are some NBA teams greater than the sum of their parts? In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating looks at team chemistry, one of the league's great mysteries.
In ESPN The Magazine's Analytics Issue, Peter Keating writes that Miami coach Jim Larranaga is rebuilding the Hurricanes by embracing advanced metrics that most college basketball coaches have long ignored.
Peter Keating explains a new metric that can be helpful in evaluating Hall of Fame candidacies, and makes the case for why Alan Trammell and Barry Larkin should be inducted.
Peter Keating examines the statistical revolution that is coming to MMA in the latest issue of ESPN The Magazine.
New ways of measuring the game of hockey are slowly gaining steam thanks to advanced metrics.
The Hot Stove season is upon us in baseball, so Peter takes a look at the teams that shouldn't do a thing in the offseason.