Your Penis Is Fine

Since the only thing that men ever think about is how big their dicks are, we finally have some good news for you, men. Finally!! A new comprehensive study among 15,000 men discovered that the average length of an erect penis was a mostly meager 5.16 inches. Bust out some lube and measuring tape, why don't you? Tell… » 3/03/15 10:40am 3/03/15 10:40am

Bulletproof Coffee: Debunking the Hot Buttered Hype

People are putting butter in their coffee. And hey, if you're just craving a new flavor experience, more power to you. The problem is that Bulletproof Coffee, the company behind the trend, is claiming that drinking a mug of fatty joe every morning instead of eating breakfast is a secret shortcut to weight loss and… » 1/23/15 10:00am 1/23/15 10:00am

How Would You Rank The Top 5 BCS Teams From Their Blind Résumés?

Here's a fun little thought experiment, from MrSEC.com. Some assorted strength-of-schedule and margin-of-victory measures of the top five teams in the BCS standings, with the schools unnamed and in a random order: » 12/05/13 12:10pm 12/05/13 12:10pm

Study: NFL Teams Have No Idea What They're Doing In The Draft

Today the Philadelphia Inquirer profiles Cade Massey, a professor at Penn's Wharton School of business. Already with a study under his belt arguing that the conventional wisdom of the Draft Value Chart is all wrong, Massey was contracted by an unnamed NFL team to study the history of the draft for market… » 9/24/13 4:00pm 9/24/13 4:00pm

New Study Reveals That CTE May Be Detectable In Living Patients

A new study, published by researchers at UCLA in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, shows evidence that Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) can be detected in living patients via positron emission tomography (PET) scans. CTE is a particular type of brain damage that causes depression, memory loss, and… » 1/22/13 3:20pm 1/22/13 3:20pm

Why We Expect Black Football Players To Return From Injury Faster Than…

There's an intriguing study published today in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS ONE, called "Racial Bias in Perceptions of Others' Pain." Researchers from the University of Virginia and Northwestern University examined NFL injury reports over two seasons, and noticed something unexpected: black players were expected to… » 11/15/12 11:20am 11/15/12 11:20am

Millionaire Or Pauper: What Are College Athletes Worth?

There's a report out today that says college athletes are underpaid, and you should probably ignore it. Reading a study from the National College Players Association saying that college athletes should get more money is like reading a study from the NCAA saying student-athletes should never be paid and should thank… » 9/13/11 4:00pm 9/13/11 4:00pm

A Study Returns Easy Answers to Questions Not Yet Asked

Poring over the data, sifting through more than 1,700 specimens, a team of MIT researchers is, as we speak, cataloging the species known as the sports gamer. The data is, so far, unsurprising.… [ Kotaku » 4/30/11 5:00pm 4/30/11 5:00pm]