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College Football 2013 Week 4 Simulation
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This is where NCAA Football 14 gets hot.

After a lackluster 1-4 Week 3, the video game is poised to turn it around with a magnificent comeback. Have no fear, faithful fans. It will provide magic in a week that needs it. It always does.

Even in a losing week, the world’s greatest simulation device nearly pegged the Iowa-Iowa State game. NCAA Football 14 predicted Iowa would win 27-20, and the Hawkeyes won 27-21. It also accurately predicted a ridiculous shootout in the Alabama-Texas A&M game.

Only it had the wrong side.

Forget about the past, anyway. We’re concerned with the future, and the future is bright.

For those of you who have just stumbled on this exercise and are wondering what exactly is going on, (a) I can’t blame you and (b) here’s the deal:

Using NCAA Football 14 on the Playstation 3—not Grand Theft Auto 5, we put that down momentarily—all games from the college football weekend have been simulated. The results have not been altered whatsoever; otherwise the overall record would be much improved.

Don’t doubt it, though. This game has powers and is poised to prove it. Starting now.

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