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  1. Sports Science on Coby Fleener of the Colts

    Paul Kuharsky

    Colts tight end Coby Fleener is best known for his ability to get open and run. This Sports Science piece isn't new, but it is making the rounds these days. It serves as a major reminder that Fleener also has impressive abilities when it comes ...

    Blog | June 06, 2012
  2. DVR Alert: Sports Science looks at QBs

    Paul Kuharsky

    After reading Annabel Stephan's piece, I quickly set my DVR to make sure I'll be in position to watch, and potentially rewatch: It's a quarterback combine put together by the folks at Sports Science. I eat this stuff up and suspect you do too. The...

    Blog | April 14, 2011
  3. How Dwight Freeney gets his sacks

    Paul Kuharsky

    As Marty Callinan of ESPN Stats & Information did research for the Sports Science crew, he looked very closely at each of the 25 sacks Dwight Freeney's been part of 2009 and 2010. The average time between the snap and contact with the quarterb...

    Blog | January 06, 2011
  4. Chris Johnson liked Sports Science stat

    Paul Kuharsky

    Through a sponsor tie-in, I just had a chance to chat with Chris Johnson. Here's what we covered. MPH: The Sports Science piece that aired during "Monday Night Football" said he maxed out at 22 mph on his 76-yard touchdown run in the Titans' se...

    Blog | September 14, 2010
  5. Video: Hopkins on Sport Science

    Paul Kuharsky

    I want one-handed catches only when necessary. But it's hard not to be impressed with what receiver DeAndre Hopkins, the Houston Texans' first-round draft pick, was able to do in his work with Sport Science. He shows a combination of focus, skill ...

    Blog | April 26, 2013
  6. Video: Sport Science and Freeney's spin

    Paul Kuharsky

    I love Sport Science, and this clip looking at the details of Dwight Freeney's spin move is really cool stuff. They calculate that his spin is faster than a figure skater doing a double axel and that a free hit on the quarterback with a 7-yard lea...

    Blog | August 26, 2010