It’s March and for those who follow sports, that means college basketball and March Madness. The tournament is mainly interesting because of two reasons: (1) filling out brackets and (2) watching and hoping for upsets . This interactive March Madness matchup visualizer helps do both of these things by showing you the history of the tournament (since 1985 when the tournament expanded to 64 teams) in terms of matchups between teams with different seeds (1 through 16 in four regions).
Here is the 2nd update of the original graphs that I made of Bryce Love’s rushing awesomeness. Bryce Love is still in a different league from all other running backs in the college football (and now has almost 300 yards more than his next closest competitor, and more than twice as many rushing yards as Saquon Barkley of Penn State).
I am updating the original graphs that I made of Bryce Love’s rushing awesomeness. Bryce Love is still in a different league from all other running backs in the college football (about 250 yards more than his next closest competitor).
Updates: I’ve updated the graphs with the latest data here.
The latest visualization is focused on college football, not because there’s not enough articles written about college football (there are), but because there’s lots of interesting data out there and I’m still working on developing my visualization skills.