||The use of sports in teaching statistics / Jim Albert and James J. Cochran -- Introduction to the football articles / Hal Stern -- A geometry model for NFL field goal kickers - Scott M. Berry -- A state-space model for national football league scores / Mark E. Glickman and Hal S. Stern -- Predictions for national football league games via linear-model methodology / David Harville -- The best NFL field goal kickers: are they lucky or good? / Donald G. Morrison and Manohar U. Kalwani -- On the probability of winning a football game / Hal Stern -- Introduction to the baseball articles / Jim Albert and James J. Cochran -- Exploring baseball hitting data: what about those breakdown statistics? / Jim Albert -- Did Shoeless Joe Jackson throw the 1919 world series? / Jay Bennett -- Player game percentage / Jay M. Bennett and John A. Flueck -- Estimation with selected binomial information, or, do you really believe that Dave Winfield is batting .471? / George Casella and Roger L. Berger -- Baseball: pitching no-hitters / Cliff Frohlich -- Answering questions about baseball using statistics / Bill James, Jim Albert, and Hal S. Stern -- The progress of the score during a baseball game / G.R. Lindsey -- Introduction to the basketball articles / Robert L. Wardrop -- Improved NCAA basketball tournament modeling via point spread and team strength information / Bradley P. Carlin -- It's okay to believe in the "hot hand" / Patrick D. Larkey, Richard A. Smith, and Joseph B. Kadane -- More probability models for the NCAA regional basketball tournaments / Neil C. Schwertman, Kathryn L. Schenk, and Brett C. Holbrook -- The cold facts about the "hot hand" in basketball / Amos Tversky and Thomas Gilovich -- Simpson's paradox and the hot hand in basketball / Robert L. Wardrop -- Introduction to the ice hockey articles / Robin H. Lock -- Statistical methods for rating college hockey teams / Timothy J. Danehy and Robin H. Lock -- Overtime or shootout: deciding ties in hockey / William Hurley -- It takes a hot goalie to raise the Stanley Cup / Donald G. Morrison and David C. Schmittlein -- Introduction to the methodologies and multiple sports articles / Scott Berry -- Bridging different eras in sports / Scott M. Berry, C. Shane Reese, and Patrick D. Larkey -- Data analysis using Stein's estimator and its generalizations / Bradley Efron and Carl Morris -- Assigning probabilities to the outcomes of multi-entry competitions / David A. Harville -- Basketball, baseball, and the null hypothesis / Robert Hooke -- Lessons from sports statistics / Frederick Mosteller -- Can TQM improve athletic performance? / Harry V. Roberts -- A Brownian motion model for the progress of sports scores / Hal S. Stern -- Introduction to the miscellaneous sports articles / Donald Guthrie -- Shooting darts / Hal Stern and Wade Wilcox -- Drive for show and putt for dough / Scott M. Berry -- Adjusting golf handicaps for the difficulty of the course / Francis Scheid and Lyle Calvin -- Rating skating / Gilbert W. Bassett, Jr., and Joseph Persky -- Modeling scores in the premier league: Is Manchester United really the best? / Alan J. Lee -- Down to ten: estimating the effect of a red card in soccer / G. Ridder, J.S. Cramer, and P. Hopstaken -- Heavy defeats in tennis: psychological momentum or random effect? / David Jackson and Krzysztof Mosurski -- Who is the fastest man in the world? / Robert Tibshirani -- Resizing triathlons for fairness / Howard Wainer and Richard D. De Veaux.