Over the past month and a half, NCAA ’13 has made you a believer.
“How could a video game possibly pick games more accurate than I can?” you asked, while rubbing your imaginary beard. Don’t fight it, friend. It’ll only make this all-knowing simulation device more powerful.
A 26-4 record over the past six weeks is not something we normally see, and NCAA ’13 had a stellar 4-1 record in week eight to keep the hot streak alive and well. The lone miss came with picking South Carolina to upset Florida, and I blame the Ol’ Ball Coach for having the ability to manipulate these games results with his Visor Magic.
For those new to this weirdness, here’s the rundown. Using a football video game, we simulate all college football games in a given week and report the findings. We do not manipulate these findings in any way, and then a few days later everything—or at least almost everything—goes as predicted.
Let’s get right to it. Here are simulated results from week nine.
Season Spotlight Prediction Record Heading into Week 9: 32-8