'Start Here' podcast: Stoppage time study

Our partners at FiveThirtyEight have found that all that extra time added to the end of World Cup matches is mostly inaccurate.
1:33 | 07/06/18

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Transcript for 'Start Here' podcast: Stoppage time study
Focus on the World Cup resumes today which means it again there'll be that mysterious thing known as in. Resigning I don't I don't know no one doubts knowing about the cancer but there's some on the field. I guess who tells you how long and then yeah. Do you believe then there's a new research out there that actually thought injury time it's definitely relative here's ABC's brat milky. Hey guys yeah I'd been super into this World Cup but the thing that in rages me. Is the tie wasting. You know what I'm talking about do that are winning running up the clock by playing up injuries taken for redrawn substitutions. But David for now with our partners at 538. Loves this stuff he has broken down game tape to single out the best time we hitters in the game. Belt out from a Columbia. Has done the thing with the armed and wouldn't he wants to. Instead hitting are being into the complex person who wouldn't think you're catching duties he wants to put on them. In some help cannot get it right it's terrific chances to actually get that done. But time wasting is a team sport you guys and later today you're gonna see some of the greats. David says if you break down the minutes France has the best lowly daggers remaining in the tournament. They play. Slowly. Today. You can hear more about the ugly side of the beautiful game later today on start here check it out and apple podcasts are your favorite podcasting app. Candace Maggie Brad but this brutal gulag. He's an actor in Manhattan but if French my team hey we'll lolly gagged her love got nothing until mean lolly gags I would it has since.

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