College basketball voters are tragically underrating unfamiliar teams. In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating explains why it's time for a wake-up call.
Peter Keating explains why Oklahoma State and other teams are underrated, using the Simple Rating System (SRS).
In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating writes that the best college football rating system ever designed says Alabama belongs in the BCS title game. Notre Dame is another story.
In ESPN The Magazine's NFL Preview, Peter Keating writes about Total Quarterback Rating -- a predictive stat that's the new key to fantasy draft success.
In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating writes that the shift has become more popular than ever and hitters should take after David Ortiz's approach.
Peter Keating writes for ESPN The Magazine that few things are more exciting than imagining how a blue-chip recruiting class will transform your favorite team. Too bad it rarely works out that way.
Peter Keating provides a primer on the Simple Rating System, a formula that has proved to be an accurate predictor of bowl games, and offers up some knowledge on each of the BCS bowl games.
Peter Keating uses the Underrated QB Index to explain why Matt Hasselbeck is the most underrated QB in the NFL.
For ESPN The Magazine's Boston issue, Peter Keating looks at what it really means to have a balanced offense in the NFL. After looking at the numbers, Keating finds that it really has nothing to do with throwing and running an equal rate.
Peter Keating breaks down the components of the BCS and reveals that humans, not the computers, are to blame for the system's shortcomings.
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.
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.
If you're seriously considering drafting Roy Williams, Peter Keating would like to direct your attention to an important stat called drop rate. It's what separates fantasy gems from dogs.
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.