And other intentionally meaningless statistical questions about the series that starts tonight.
A statistical analysis.
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The ideal stadium experience: an affordable ticket, cheap brews, and a win for the home team. We analyzed beer prices, projected win percentages, and ticket costs to find out which club gives you the best basebang for your ballbuck.
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These ten colleges won BuzzFeed's ranking of the best schools in the country for both partying and studying.
These colleges take working hard and playing hard very seriously.
Where it happened, whether someone paid for it, who was naked (spoiler: mostly women), and more. A BuzzFeed original analysis.
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We're in that football void between national college signing day and the NFL draft. How many of those high school stars will turn their potential into a pro career?
Bleeding maize and blue.
Novak Djokovic just took down Andy Murray in the Australian Open finals, and we've got tennis on the mind! No better way to start the 2013 season than looking at what happened in the past. Check out what we dug up about the '30s til now.
BuzzFeed crunched the data, and the acceptance speech trends are clear.
A second chart shows who's on TV talking about it.
FBI data show striking contrasts between the race of victims of handgun, shotgun and rifle murders. A BuzzFeed original analysis.
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