Monday, April 2, 2018

2018 March Madness: Title Game

We ran our sports psychology analytics and published our official quant fact prediction.  Historically, we have done very well with college basketball. 

Our published results have been correct about 65% of the time, often picking underdogs.
This evening’s title game sees Villanova tip-off against Michigan. What do our sports psychology “quant facts” have to say about the big game?



Please read here for more info:
https://sportsquants.kinja.com/2018-final-four-who-will-win-the-ncaa-mens-hoops-title-1824253318


Monday, February 5, 2018

Quant Facts now 50-28 (64.1%)

The Philadelphia Eagles upset the New England Patriots in the 2018 Super Bowl.  Our quant fact prediction was on the underdog Eagles, improving our record to 50-28 (64.1%).

https://sportsquants.kinja.com/who-will-win-the-big-game-super-bowl-lii-2018-1822595205

Our research is based on decade's worth of data in all of the major sports -- and quantifies concepts related to sports psychology and championship factors.  For almost a decade, we have published our quant fact predictions and have been correct 64.1% of the time -- sometimes picking underdogs.  This shows the power of analytics, sports psychology, and our work.  Thank you for reading.



Carlton Chin and Jay Granat have been friends and associates for many years -- and are co-authors of "Who Will Win the Big Game: A Psychological and Mathematical Approach."  


Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Who Will Win the Big Game? 2018 Super Bowl

The results for this article are based on every Super Bowl ever played, since the first Super Bowl in January 1967. Our very first “Who Will Win” the Super Bowl prediction — for the Wall St. Journal — correctly picked an underdog to win the big game.


Will we pick an underdog again this year? Read more below!

Carlton Chin and Jay Granat are co-authors of "Who Will Win the Big Game?"  Their research quantifies concepts of sports psychology and over the past decade, their predictions in major sporting events have been correct about 65% of the time, while regularly picking undervalued teams.