NCAA ’13’s impressive tear continued in week five as the world’s most accurate outcome decider went 4-1 in spotlighted games. In the past three weeks it has gone 13-2 picking winners and improved to 19-6 for the season.
Get on NCAA’s level. Actually, don't even bother trying.
The big miss last week came when NCAA picked Baylor to topple West Virginia by the Big Ten-ish score of 34 to 10. That, well, wasn’t exactly how the game transpired, and we’d like to apologize to all scoreboards that were hurt in the making of this game. We’ll just use a mulligan, blow on the ol’ disc a few times Nintendo-style, and be on our way.
If it’s your first time in these parts, don’t worry, friend. Here’s the rundown. Using NCAA ’13, we simulate the entire week in college football and report scores, stats and notable numbers from the week ahead. We do not alter this in any shape or form—we have standards to live up to—and we report the outcomes.
The week-six slate of games is impressive, jam-packed with upsets, and our successful hot streak will undoubtedly be tested. Let's test it.
Season Spotlight Prediction Record Heading into Week 6: 19-6