Guess who had USC losing as more than a two-touchdown favorite last week?
Why NCAA Football 14, that’s who.
The world’s most incredible simulation device went a mere 3-2 in feature games during Week 2—upping its record to 6-4—but it did nail a few predictions perfectly. Outside of pegging Mike Leach victorious, it also had the Georgia-South Carolina score almost exact.
NCAA Football 14 predicted Georgia would win 40-28. The final score turned out to be 41-30.
Not bad, video game. Not bad.
For those new to this very important exercise, here’s the rundown: Using the video game NCAA Football 14, all games from the college football weekend are simulated and the results are recorded. These simulations are not adjusted in any shape or form.
If you need any proof of this, just check the Oregon-Tennessee score on the final slide.
Before we get there, however, a winner will be crowned in the much-anticipated Alabama-Texas A&M matchup. And if the game goes as this game predicts, we’re in for one outstanding Saturday afternoon.