It took until Week 12, but NCAA Football 14 hit its stride.
Last week the world’s greatest simulator went 4-1 picking games. It predicted that USC would upset Stanford by a field goal—which it did—and it also called that Michigan State would score 42 points. Sparty came one point short of this aggressive forecast, although its effort was noted.
Not bad, video game. Not bad at all.
For those new to this strange routine, here’s the rundown: Using NCAA Football 14, all games from the college football weekend are simulated. These results are not altered whatsoever, and the games are recorded accordingly.
You then disagree with the results in the comments despite knowing the following will almost certainly happen.
Updated Record Through Week 12: 36-24