2 Point Conversions (in the wild)

This past weekend Navy attempted a 2 point conversion in their game against Ohio State. The conversion failed, and they ultimately lost the game. Clearly, in that situation, the 2 point conversion was necessary, but what about other situations that are more complicated? Luckily, someone else has already thought about this.

So, in the spirit of Navy attempting a two point conversion in their game against Ohio State, the Stats in the Wild blog presents one of it’s favorite articles: Refining the Point(s)-After-Touchdown Decision by Harold Sackrowitz

Cheers.

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Posted on September 9, 2009, in Sports. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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