Virtual Simulation Stimulation: Week 11

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Virtual Simulation Stimulation: Week 11
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A 3-2 week has NCAA ’13 back on track, although I won’t be satisfied with just a winning week at this point. We’ve come too far and been too brilliant to be content with picking three out of five games correctly. Confident? Yes. Cocky? You betcha.

Our standards are high around these parts.

From an accuracy stand point, however, the world’s greatest outcome decider was scary good. It predicted Texas A&M would beat Mississippi State 37-13, and the final score ended up 38-13 in A&M’s favor. It also predicted that Kansas State would score 45 points in their victory, and they ended up hanging 44 on Oklahoma State. Finally, it had LSU scoring 17 in a losing effort, which it hit right on the nose.

Magical powers. There is no other explanation. 

For those unfamiliar with this strange talk, it's quite simple. Using NCAA '13, we simulate the entire week in college football and report the findings. It's simple and very important, obviously.

After a solid round of back-patting, we’re turning our focus toward Week 11. In other news, everyone panic it’s Week 11.

Season Spotlight Prediction Record Heading into Week 11: 37-13

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