"It might be provocative, and there are sure to be a lot of people who don't want to hear it," Appleby said, "but that's what the data says."
Column: Need some momentum? Just drop the gloves. →
Surprisingly, it isn't always the team whose players dominate the fisticuffs that benefits and researcher Terry Appleby said more work needs to be done to determine if those surges pay off in goals or wins.
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