I am submitting my predictions for games including all of the Top 25 college football teams for the week of Saturday November 17, 2018.
I am not a professional prognosticator.
I will pick straight winners and will not use point spreads in making my predictions.
I have not watched even a minute of an NCAA football game this year.
Arizona @ Washington State Washington State Correct
Cincinnati @ UCF UCF Correct
Boise State @ New Mexico Boise State Correct
Iowa State @ Texas Texas Correct
Arkansas @ Mississippi State Mississippi State Correct
Idaho @ Florida Florida Correct
Citadel @ Alabama Alabama Correct
Northwestern @ Minnesota Northwestern Correct
Ohio State @ Maryland Ohio State Correct
Middle Tennessee State @ Kentucky Kentucky Correct
Penn State @ Rutgers Penn State Correct
Utah State @ Colorado State Utah State Correct
Utah @ Colorado Utah Correct
Syracuse @ Notre Dame Notre Dame Correct
West Virginia @ Oklahoma State West Virginia Incorrect
Boston College @ Florida State Florida State Correct
Indiana @ Michigan Michigan Correct
Massachusetts @ Georgia Georgia Correct
Oregon State @ Washington Oregon State Incorrect
Duke @ Clemson Clemson Correct
Kansas @ Oklahoma Oklahoma Correct
Rice @ LSU LSU Correct
Twenty-Two (22) total games.
I correctly predicted the winner in twenty (20) of those games.
One of the Incorrect predictions was #9 West Virginia losing to un-ranked 6-5 Oklahoma State.
My record this week is 20-2.
My success rate this week is 91%.
Does this qualify me for a highly-paid college football studio analyst job? Do I now get to host a morning drive-time national sports radio show? Do I gain a place on a sponsored college football podcast?
Whatever national sports prognosticating job I get, my employer could rest easy knowing I would be working hard for them while on the clock and off and I would not have to spend my entire Saturdays sitting on the couch watch college football games - because I still have not watched a single minute of a college football game all season.
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