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Said they were surprised it picked us to win by an average score of something like 49-25 79% of the time they ran the program. While they are not always right, they are usually pretty accurate, especially in the winner.
What did it say for the LSU game?
UA wins 63% with an avg score of 22-14.
Where do you get this info? Is it on a website? I'd like to look it up. Thanks
Serious? There is a site called Google, all you have to do is search for predictionmachine.
Wow that was ugly. Feel better now?
What is Google's website so I can look up prediction machine there?
Free NFL, College Football, Basketball, Baseball picks, predictions, handicapping advice and fantasy football projections from experts. PredictionMachine.com is the best site for sports predictions.
Bing "Google" IMO.
I thought about asking my wife how to bake cookies, but since there is this "google" thing you speak of, I can avoid her altogether. Wouldn't want to risk her yelling, "Look it up ya lazy bum."
This post was edited by BigAL1056 17 months ago
It will teach you to bake cookies too. I apologise to Sandman7 because I should have linked the site while giving crap.
I'm 57 and when I went to THE University I took computer courses with IBM punch cards. All I had to do was highlight the OPs title of predictionmachine and right-click on search with Google, it take less time to search than it does to ask someone to find it for you.
Can you search for that on yahoo?
THE Flagship University of Alabama since 1831.
Ouch. Thought we were all on the same team here. Sorry I ruined your morning.
We are. It just takes longer to type this:
than it does to type this:
"Serious? There is a site called Google, all you have to do is search for predictionmachine."
BTW. He's right. I googled it and that's where I found the website. (and the cookie recipe if anyone is interested).
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