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EA Sports Predicts....

EA Sports, with their game NCAA Football 2008, has recently done, as they do every year, their season simulation.

Previous to this year, with NCAA Football 2007, the game correctly picked the Florida Gators to win it all (Of course they couldn't have done it with a little bit of help from us though.. :P).

This year, they have done their simulation, and have come out with:

"This year NCAA Football 08 has USC winning the BCS Championship game 28-23 against Oklahoma.  The TrOJans wrapped up their NCAA Football 08 season with a 13-0 record, the only team in college football to go undefeated.  Other notable Bowl games included a decisive 38-22 Louisville win over Tennessee in the Sugar Bowl, a 35 -23 Virginia Tech victory over West Virginia in the Fed Ex Orange Bowl, and 42-17 blowout by Florida over Michigan in the Rose Bowl."

Not only is USC predicted (or projected, or simulated to become, or whatever) to be 13-0 and win the National Championship, but it also places UCLA at 9-4, along with a 14-42 loss to USC at the Colosseum.  It places us in the Las Vegas Bowl, beating Colorado St 20-13, along with a final ranking of #22.

This projection implies that we may be stuck with Karl Dorrell for another year, because, as previously mentioned, 9 wins won't drag him away to the NFL, yet it may give enough of a reason (though we would disagree) to keep him.

What will happen?  Only time will tell.

I say lets spite the projection!  Trump all else!

GO BRUINS!

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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