For the third consecutive week, NCAA ’13 accurately predicted a double-digit upset. After pegging Arkansas to lose to UL-Monroe and USC to fall to Stanford, the greatest simulation device of all time accurately called Kansas State to upset Oklahoma in Week 4.
The last two weeks, we (I'm speaking on behalf of the game because it hates speaking with the media or fans) have gone 9-1, and it nearly pegged an Auburn upset over LSU last week as well. Oh, let's ride this heater.
For those of you new to this strange ritual, here’s the rundown. Using NCAA ’13–-some call it a game, but it’s so much more–-we simulate the entire week of college football. We do not doctor any of the results and report these findings and meaningful stats directly from the box scores. You then take all your money out of your piggy bank and make fistfuls of cash off someone’s dusty and noisy PS3.
It’s a perfect system, really. As for this week’s picks, here they are. Please take note of that stimulating record below.
Season Spotlight Prediction Record Heading into Week 5: 15-5