Friday, October 3, 2008

The triumphant return of the slightly-soiled UF Score Predictions Generator, EPL model



Due to some technical difficulties with the hardware (and the lingering malcontent of ex-Newcastle manager Kelvin Koogan loitering about), we shut down the UF Score Predictions Generator for a while, but, thanks to the unexpected surprise that was Koogan's wiring and welding skills, it appears to be fixed.

Thus, we can generate scores again, and marvel at just how wrong we are. Of course, in true UF fashion, we will hide the team names from the scores, so we can take all the glory if even a single one is correct.

I blame Koogan, but then again, who hasn't lately? One thing's for certain: if you see a comfortable home win anywhere in our predictions, it's probably Newcastle on the wrong end of it this weekend.

Take it away, UFSPG, EPL model!



1-1
2-3
4-1
0-0
0-2
3-1
1-1
0-1
5-1
1-0

There. Let's hope you're not betting on any of these.

1 comment:

Mike Georger said...

i want to be apart of that hair