Found October 24, 2011 on The Bull Gator:
The find out what the below means, go here for the original post. Here's the short version: One Eyed Willy and I predicted how many times out of 100 each SEC team would beat each of their opponents. Each week we go back and revise our predictions for the Gators based on what occurred. It could be based on Florida's play or that of their future opponents, but things change. If the Gators win, we bump that game to 100. If they lose, it drops to zero. Simple enough.Three losses in a row hurts the overall win total. It puts us both south of eight wins and has one of us rounding down to seven. With only five games to go and four wins expected from those five, things get more interesting than they already were.For a little history, we start with our original prediction for the Gators:Here is Florida after the loss to LSU:And finally, after the defeat at the hands of Auburn:I've kept things relatively similar to what they were after the first loss to a team that went by the nic...

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That win looks a lot better now.

<a href='' class='twitter-follow-button' data-show-count='false' data-align='right' data-link-color='#0084B4''>Follow @auburnbeat@auburnbeatEvan Woodbery Gene Chizik just called Ole Miss "the best 2-5 team in the country." about 2 hours ago via TweetDeckReplyRetweetFavorite Granted, Ole Miss...
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