South Carolina vs. Georgia: A 'Scientific' Analysis and Prediction

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South Carolina vs. Georgia: A 'Scientific' Analysis and Prediction
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Yup. This is stupid.

In this scientific analysis of the South Carolina-Georgia game, we will use every armchair sports journalist's favorite method for prognostication to determine the winner of this epic matchup—the Commutative Property of the Opponents Oppositional Power.

This incredibly accurate (cough) method is undeniably (cough, cough) one of the most intelligent tools a person uses to predict games. It's quite simple. 

C.P.O.O.P. uses the advanced notion that you can expertly pick how teams match up by just looking at the opposition!  Matchups don't matter, and teams play the same way every Saturday. That's fact, right?

(I hope people see this as the tongue-in-cheek look at how a lot of fans "analyze" the games when discussing football. This is in no way a serious look). 

It's time for me to get my troll face on. 

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