The tool I use to get Athletic statistics is good ol ESPN.com. I'm able to review stats on a plethora of sports. In college I was more of a sports head and I was a football fanatic. I would keep up with the Ranking and standing of teams. If it were my favorite team i would go even further to get the stats of various positions on the team. So if I ever get the itch to look into statistics in football I always go to ESPN.
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