The Nevada Wolf Pack will win the BCS Championship after defeating the Michigan Wolverines 28-24 in the championship game. At least, that's what EA Sports' video game NCAA Football 13 has predicted after a complete simulation of the entire 2012 season.
College sports website CollegeFootballZealots.com performed the simulation, finding Nevada going 13-0 in the school's first year in the Mountain West Conference with Michigan achieving an 11-2 record (9-0 in conference) and defeating 13-1 Wisconsin in the Big Ten conference championship game.
SEC teams Alabama and LSU, the two teams in the previous BCS Championship game, finished with records of 11-2 and 8-5 (respectively) in the simulation. The former then lost to USC in the Rose Bowl, while the latter advanced to the Cotton Bowl where they lost to Oklahoma.
Interestingly enough, the simulation found Penn State winning just one game all season.