Senior researcher (soccer/Olympics), @ESPNStatsInfo.
Hat trick hero.
Wheaton (IL) grad.
This pretty cool. My first @ESPNMag byline, in the new World Cup issue with Messi on the cover:
A rare species spotted in the ESPN parking lot:
Watching #USMNT in studio with @BobLeyESPN & @AlexiLalas:
@MenInBlazers Lady Edith's issues are worse than we thought!
Spotted at a toy museum: Pelé, the lunchbox:
At Dickens Inn in London shooting World Cup segments for SportsCenter with @AlexiLalas @cbfowler, Gilberto Silva:
The @Telegraph sports page after Man City's Premier League title:
In-flight reading for today: Futebol Nation by @Davidsgoldblatt.
Roma's loss gives Juventus its 30th Serie A title (officially), 12 more than any other club:
ESPN released several World Cup posters today, including Mario Balotelli. http://es.pn/1fWFAO5
How Liverpool-Chelsea affects each team's SPI title odds (ignoring Man City result):
How the Premier League standings and SPI title odds look as the day begins:
.@sidlowe's book on El Clásico is out in the U.S. just in time for the Copa del Rey final. Looks like a winner:
How Liverpool-Man City affects the PL title race, per SPI (ignoring Chelsea result):
Soccer Power Index odds to win Champions League. Bayern Munich is a 48% title favorite:
World Cup Show & Tell day in Bristol, explaining & showing off great work by dozens.
Found in the attic: @SIKids 2006 World Cup preview. Henry, Cech, Donovan, Ronaldinho:
Orange Ball weather in Bristol on MLB Opening Day:
Bayern Munich wins its 23rd Bundesliga title. No other club has more than five:
67 Champions League goals for Lionel Messi, four shy of Raúl's record:
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