We simulated every college football game of the 2016 season to project conference standings and generate game-by-game predictions.
Week 1 of the college football season and we begin our simulations in Australia, naturally. Wait, what? Yes, Hawaii and Cal will play in Sydney on Friday night (Saturday in Australia).
Our college football simulation engine played the matchup to predict which team will kick off the season with a victory.
In Gridiron Dynasty, there are many ways to measure success. When using consecutive championships as the metric (it is called Dynasty, after all), no coach does it better than pete_61. While at DIAA Jacksonville State in the Wilkinson world, pete_61 put together a string of 11 consecutive championships. The run only came to an end when he moved on to another job. With such an impressive feat on his resume, pete_61 was a natural candidate for the latest User Interview.
Schwarze's annual SimLeague Baseball Championship is in full swing! The Championship consists of six different salary capped theme leagues, each with unique rules, and 96 participants.
Last season, arlenwilliam took home the hardware. Other past champions include WaitNSee (2014), brianjw (2011, 2013), mildnhazy (2012), rbow923 (2010), wildthings1 (2009) and jfranco77 (2008). Check out the standings, and good luck to all of those involved.
There is one ritual that began in 1996 and has continued to occur leading up to every Summer Olympics since: comparing the current men's basketball team to the 1992 Dream Team.
We used our roster-building feature (appropriately called Dream Teams) to assemble the 1992 and 2016 teams, simulating them head-to-head 1,001 times.