Bias Free Sports has run its computer predictions of the upcoming bowl games, and for those of you participating in NCAA confidence pools, we have ordered all the games by the computer’s predicted margin of victory. For those new to confidence pools, you attempt to pick the game you have the highest confidence in being correct and list that as your number one pick. The game you have the least confidence in picking correctly you list as the lowest pick. So with 35 bowl games, if your top game is correct, you get 35 points, and the lowest confidence game, if correct, nets you 1 point. How confident are we in the predictions below? Normally we would feel about 80% confident in the predictions, but we’re less confident in the lower level games such as Michigan State-TCU or Clemson-LSU. In any event, feel free to use these picks below as a guide, and if you have any questions, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our free web site at www.biasfreerankings.com.
|San Jose St.||defeats||Bowling Green||by||11.22|
|Northern Ill.||defeats||Florida St.||by||7.98|
|BYU||defeats||San Diego St.||by||2.73|
|Central Mich.||defeats||Western Kentucky||by||1.84|
|Ball St.||defeats||Central Florida||by||0.29|