College Football 2013 Week 6 Simulation

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College Football 2013 Week 6 Simulation
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Before we begin, let’s first address the elephant in the room, and not the awesome kind you yell "Roll Tide" at. Yes, NCAA Football 14 will serve as the final installment in the video game series. And yes, I am genuinely dejected about that as an adult.

There is much to be done and simulations to celebrate, however, so now is not the time for the funeral. Now is the time for more.

For those of you new to this strange weekly ritual, here’s the rundown: Using NCAA Football 14, all the weekend’s college football games are simulated. These results are not doctored—as you will see by the upset frenzy on the final slide—and each score and notable stat is reported.

After a slow start, we’re officially in midseason form. The game accurately predicted all five spotlight games the previous week, this after a solid 4-1 showing in Week 4. 9-1 in two weeks? Not bad.

For the season, it has a record of 16-9.

Shall we stay hot in Week 6? We shall.

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