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Expected Value Podcast

The Expected Value podcast goes inside the sports analytics world, by talking with people who work in the industry about what they do, how they do it, and how they got there.

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Taylor Twellman - ESPN Soccer Analyst

Rafe Anderson

Taylor Twellman has been ESPN’s lead soccer analyst for nearly a decade, and he provides perspective on using data in television and communicating with non-analytics types. Among the topics discussed…

- The objective information he looked for as a player
- His prep process for broadcasting a game
- What makes a stat good and useful for him
- Challenges of working information into a soccer broadcast
- What’s interesting about expected goals
- What he wishes he could quantify and what he’d like to get from player-tracking data

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Jeff Bennett - VP, ESPN Stats & Information

Rafe Anderson

Jeff Bennett oversees ESPN’s Stats & Information Group, which produces statistics and analytics that power all of ESPN’s platforms. Having been at ESPN for 25 years, Jeff’s career parallels the rise in sports data and analytics, and he is one of the most influential people in mainstream sports stats over the last quarter century. In this podcast, he discusses:

  • What ESPN’s Stats & Information Group does

  • How his interest in sports and numbers developed

  • Joining the ESPN research team and working on shows like SportsCenter and Baseball Tonight

  • Starting the Sports Analytics team

  • Developing metrics like Total QBR

  • Working with the NFL’s NGS data

  • The future of sports analytics

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