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.
Peter Keating shows what might be in store for five quarterbacks who struggled in 2012.
The fate of the nation -- or at least several key elections -- hinges on this weekend's college football results. Peter Keating explains. Plus, digging into NFL Next Level stats.
It's the most cringe-worthy sports cliche: giving 110 percent. But Peter Keating says it really is possible for athletes to find that next level -- and math proves it.
If Boise State wants to make the national title game on the basis of stats alone, winning out isn't nearly enough. Peter Keating says the Broncos will have to utterly destroy every remaining opponent.
There have been plenty of studies that take both sides in the "icing the kicker" argument. But there might be some definitive proof that indicates that it works.
We all know coaches need to get bolder on fourth down. But according to Peter Keating, they also need to run for it more (talking to you, Bill Belichick).
Dear NFL coaches. Need an edge? ESPN The Magazine's Peter Keating demonstrates how knowing the numbers leads to improved play calling.
Steven Jackson, a top-three fantasy running back? Peter Keating says it's not as crazy as it sounds, at least going by one sleeper-revealing stat.
Peter Keating reveals sleeper receivers who have the size and speed to make a (potential) impact on your fantasy team.
Peter Keating reveals that according to the greatest fantasy football stat ever, every owner should want to draft Miles Austin and steer clear of Calvin Johnson.
Peter Keating goes inside the numbers and determines that Darrelle Revis is irreplaceable and that the Jets should show him the money.