One example of this is Texas Christian University (TCU).
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Pythagorean Theorem: The principle, made famous by baseball analyst Bill James, that states that the record of a baseball team can be approximated by taking the square of team runs scored and dividing it by the square of team runs scored plus the square of team runs allowed. Statistician Daryl Morey later extended this theorem to other sports including professional football. Teams that win a game or more over what the Pythagorean theorem would project tend to regress the following year; teams that lose a game or more under what the Pythagorean theorem would project tend to win more the following year, particularly if they were 8-8 or better despite underachieving.
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QBASE: Fully introduced by Andrew Healy, QBASE is a system for projecting the peak success of college quarterbacks entering the NFL. The system applies to all quarterbacks taken in the first 100 picks of the draft, and is based on three factors:
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Catholic Match Girl: The girl featured in an advertisement that ran on FO during the 2006 season. Her fair face, doe eyes, and intense stare caused some FO readers to fall in love with her and others to run in fear.
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After all, he's only the Buckeyes' ninth-leading receiver with 15 catches, 11th-leading rusher with a single carry for nine yards and tied for 10th (with Dontre Wilson, who broke his foot and missed the last seven games) in scoring with three touchdowns.
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"There's a lot of things I can do on the football field," said Spencer, the son of a former Ohio State captain, standout running back Tim Spencer, now an assistant with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. "I just try to do everything I can when I'm out there, whether it's block or throw something or catch something, I try to do it to the best of my ability. I guess the best of my ability is sometimes kind of cool."