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2014 Predict the Score: Texas A&M vs Louisiana-Monroe

Predict the score of this week’s matchup that has the Texas A&M Aggies (5-3) hosting the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks (3-4)

Big Winner

Last game's winner was KLSanchez (an Aggie) who picked the Crimson Tide to defeat our Aggies 56-17 earning him the score of 20 - not even the sole Alabama fan who played predicted that (he guessed 35-24). The tie breaker answer - to "How many receiving yards will Speedy Noil have?" - was 32 yards according to the game's stat log.

Before You Play

Before making your guess, it will behoove you to read the following articles in order to educate your guess beforehand:
"First Glance" by Spadilly
"The TAILGATE" by Fletcher, Hypno-Toad, Thacktor, Dr. Comacho, and CuppyCup
"Weekly Stat Simulation" by SpreadsheetAg (coming soon)

Erik's App

Again, Erik has setup a pretty cool web-app that keeps a running score for the season and gives the top winners each week. You can view that App at the link provided below, and if you have any constructive suggestions for Erik, please leave them in the comments section below.
Erik's App - CLICK HERE

Make Your Prediction

The premise is simple: you fill out the form below with your username, your prediction on the score, and the team that you root for (this won't be held against you). There will also be a weekly tie-breaker question, because unlike Soccer (the other Football), we don't allow ties in America. Your score will be the sum of the absolute value of the difference between the predicted and actual score for each team. For example: If you predict the Aggies will beat their Opponent 47-19 and the actual score was 54-13, you would receive a score of: |47-54| + |19-13| = 13

Here is this week's prediction form:


You may view the Summary of this week's responses here:
Weekly Prediction Summary

Results from previous weeks:
vUSC ||   vLamar ||   vRice ||   vSMU ||   vARK ||   vMSST ||   vMISS ||   vBAMA

NOTE: Like last year, I will delete the obviously fake erroneous predictions (1 to 0, 1,000,000 to 999,999, etc) and will filter out the idiots who try to be funny with their fake usernames (YourMomma, AggiesSuck, etc). It won't work, just save me a little time and don't click the link if you are going to be an a-hole...