Welcome to the GridironHistory.com Winner and Score Prediction page.
If you see an asterisk (*) under the C column, this is a conference game.
Current GH Predictions Track Record:
Week 01: GH correctly picked 28 of 38 Winning teams. (0.737, 101 Total Games)
Week 02: GH correctly picked 34 of 42 Winning teams. (0.810, 91 Total Games)
Week 03: GH correctly picked 29 of 42 Winning teams. (0.690, 89 Total Games)
Week 04: GH correctly picked 23 of 39 Winning teams. (0.590, 76 Total Games)
Week 05: GH correctly picked 27 of 44 Winning teams. (0.614, 75 Total Games)
Current BearlyDoug Predictions Track Record:
The most important thing to remember: This is NOT intended to assist you with any betting pools/sites/odds. This is being provided for entertainment value and should not be taken as a de-facto "Cheat Sheet". GridironHistory, its parent company LRB Sports Media, Inc., and its site staff/team cannot be held liable for any actions that you perform as a result of viewing this section.
We're not going to delve too heavily into the logic behind these predictions except to say that 50% of the score you see was based off of past scoring history for both the Home and Away teams. The other 50% was based on this year's total Points For and Points Against, averaged out against games played.
We also factor in how well a team is scoring this year into the overall equation.
It's important to note that if we're in Weeks 1, 2 or 3 that we actually base the scoring profile off of Week 4 of the previous year.
If you see any prediction that starts off with a "NP - " instead of a team/score, that means that there are 3 games (or less) and not enough information provided to try to make a prediction. Sorry for the inconvenience.
If you see any prediction where the scores are tied, but a team is listed as a winner, current year's winning percentage was the deciding factor.
Again, this is NOT exact, but it is 100% computer generated with the only human interaction being to run the prediction script once a week.
We're starting with Week 9 of the 2012 season, since it's kind of pointless to try to do predictions based off of games already recorded.
Again, do not use this information for any betting purposes; you're sure to lose by a landslide.
That being said, we hope you enjoy the GridironHistory.com Winner and Score Predictions page!