With the revolutionary, patented CAI Game Book (U.S. patent number 9424615, granted August 23, 2016) by Championship Analytics, teams will enter each game prepared to make decisive, strategically sound choices for any situation that they might face.
At the high school level — where by rule, teams can use analytics software during the game to identify important inflection points that impact win probability — EdjVarsity is now the preeminent analytics platform available. Here’s why.
Football analytics, when used correctly, are designed to put you and your team in the best position to win the game.
EdjVarsity helps coaches determine win probably at any point during the live game, and it’s turned Steve Specht into a believer in new-school analytics.
Edj Sports, is an analytics company that aims to provide football coaches with non-conventional information about how to best manage intra-game decisions.
High school analytics platform EdjVarsity helps coaches understand risk and shows them how to re‐imagine down‐and‐distance as a competitive advantage.
Every team strives to earn championships through the daily discipline, but while X’s and O’s are vitally important for any program, so is field position.
EdjSports’ high school analytics platform – EdjVarsity – helps coaches take calculated risks that significantly enhance their chances to win more games.
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With the latest analytics technology, coaches can make faster, more accurate data-driven decisions and increase their Game Winning Chance.
In the game of football there are a multitude of attributes related to success on the scoreboard. To believe there are one or two attributes more integral to success than others is foolish.
To gain an understanding of how analytics can help football coaches, AFCA Insider talked with Stanford’s Timot Lamarre. Analytics don’t add to a coach’s workload as much as they help remove less favorable decisions from his decision tree.