NCAA Football 14 has found its rhythm, accurately predicting 13 of the past 15 spotlight games over the past three weeks. If you had any doubts that it would discover domination for the second consecutive season, kindly apologize to the world’s smartest video game and pass along your polite condolences as it nears the end of its lifecycle.
Not only did the world’s greatest simulation device finish with a 4-1 record in Week 6, but it also correctly predicted a Notre Dame upset and had Stanford beating Washington by three points.
Powers, folks. It has ‘em.
For those of you who are new to this, here’s the syllabus: Using NCAA Football 14 on the PS3, all college football games from the weekend are simulated. The results are not doctored with in any way—I am an adult with video game simulation standards—and the findings are reported here.
As for Week 7, just assume the following will happen given the recent run.
Updated Record Through Week 6: 20-10