Browsing Parity

College Basketball – The Big Ten Circle of Parity

Posted on 28 Feb, 2013, by in NBA

The only thing missing in the big parity circle of the Big Ten basketball season was for Penn State to beat someone. Fortunately for them, and unfortunately for Michigan, that win eventually came, meaning the every team in the best conference in College basketball has lost to someone in it this season. More

2012 NFL Season – Where Anyone Can Beat Anyone

Posted on 13 Nov, 2012, by in NFL

Each year, it happens at one point. The NFL circle of life comes to completion, usually with the last of the undefeated teams going down. This time it was the Atlanta Falcons losing to the New Orleans Saints and the Chicago Bears failing against the Houston Texans that helped complete the “anyone can beat anyone” of the 2012 NFL Season. More

AFC Super Bowl Dominance vs NFC Parity

Posted on 13 Oct, 2012, by in NFL

It’s not a big secret that the AFC has been the stronger conference in the NFL, although the last three Super Bowls and four of the last five have been won by the NFC. The big arguing case about parity and disparity? Only 3 AFC teams have made the big game for the last nine years, while 8 teams from the NFC have made it. More

Bill Maher on What Makes the NFL so Successful

Posted on 14 Jan, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

Bill Maher doesn’t have me agreeing with everything he says about politics and his views and comments on life in present day America and sometimes the world, but his Irritable Bowl Syndrome, explaining the economic success of the NFL, is spot on. More

The English Premier League – Where Anyone Can Beat Anyone

Posted on 18 Dec, 2011, by in Soccer

If more proof of the English Premier League being an unpredictable league despite the obvious differences between rich and poor, this great illustration showing the cycle of who has beaten who so far this season will have you convinced. More