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Statistics of the Superbowl: NDSU Expert Available to Discuss Data Analysis Pertaining to Superbowl LI

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GW Experts for Super Bowl 51: Stadiums & Security, Athlete Injuries, Racial Disparities and Coaching

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Superbowl LI: Expert Weighs in on Super Marketing Spending

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What does it take for brands to stand out in a sea of competing advertisers, and what should we expect to see this year? Look no further than Broad College of Business’ Dr. Ayalla A. Ruvio, professor of marketing and resident expert in applied consumer behavior, for answers.

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Johns Hopkins Orthopaedic Expert Available to Speak on Improving Sports Performance with Science, NFL Player Health Factors and the Super Bowl

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Science of the Superbowl: How Technology Is Used to Supplement the Referees Eyes and Ears.

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Science of the Superbowl. Dr Chris Wagstaff Can Give Expert Comment on Performance Psychology in Sports

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Need a Human Trafficking or Tourism Expert for Your Super Bowl Coverage? @Floridastate Has You Covered.

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Mobile Marketing 2.0: It’s Not Just Where You Are but Whom You’re Near

Location data can also help to discover customers’ personal preferences. Research now shows that consumers are more likely to respond similarly to a mobile marketing offer or coupon if they have recently been in the same physical place.

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ND Expert: The Super Bowl's Economic Impact

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How Does Noise During Games Affect Players and Fans?

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Science of the Super Bowl: Nebraska Physics Professor Timothy Gay Explains How the Laws of Physics Shape Football

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Jet Lag Impairs Performance of Major League Baseball Players

A Northwestern University study of how jet lag affects Major League Baseball players traveling across just a few time zones found that when players travel in a way that misaligns their internal 24-hour clock with the natural environment and its cycle of sunlight, they suffer negative consequences. The researchers found that jet lag negatively affects the base running of home teams but not away teams and that home and away pitchers both give up more home runs when jet-lagged.

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Kellogg School Professors Available to Discuss Super Bowl Ads

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Baylor Expert Available to Discuss Human Trafficking in Relation to Super Bowl Festivities

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Dustin McGowan of the Miami Marlins selected as 52nd Hutch Award Winner

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center announced Miami Marlins pitcher Dustin McGowan has been named the 52nd annual Hutch Award winner. The award is given yearly to a Major League Baseball player who best exemplifies the honor, courage and dedication of the legendary baseball player and manager Fred Hutchinson, for whom the cancer research center was named.

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UC Researchers Hypothesize: Could Better Eye Training Help Reduce Concussion in Women’s Soccer?

In a photo analysis study of soccer headers, University of Cincinnati researchers noticed female soccer players had their eyes closed 90 percent of the time. As a first step toward determining if less visual awareness might expose players to a higher risk of injury, the study wanted to quantify whether female athletes closed their eyes more frequently than male counterparts.

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First Study to Measure Effectiveness of NFL PLAY 60 Program Shows Positive Results on Youth Fitness

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The National Football League (NFL) Foundation has invested heavily in its NFL PLAY 60 initiative to promote fitness and health among youth over the past decade. Its impact on childhood fitness and obesity levels, however, has lacked scientific evaluation – until now.

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Student, Professor Use Sports Analytics to Discover NCAA Ranking Patterns

Does conference size impact conference rankings in NCAA men’s basketball? According to research and analysis by one Cornell College student, it does.

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Fit after 100: Training Helps French Bicyclist Beat His Own World Record at 103

Adults over 100 years old can still increase their athletic performance and physical fitness with regular training, researchers have found. The case study of Robert Marchand, the now 105-year-old who recently broke the 100+ cycling record—again—is published ahead of print in the Journal of Applied Physiology.

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The Nomadic Who? -- Broomball Documentary Features Clarkson University Alumnus

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David Zarneke plays broomball for the Nomadic Horde, a Washington, D.C., team that, improbably, took the Men's Class D Broomball Championship in 2012. The team's unlikely rise to the top is the subject of a documentary film, “The Nomadic Who?.







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