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Syracuse.com is reporting that LSU win 34-24 win over the Orange last Saturday was the most viewed college football game from last weekend.
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The game was the most-watched college football game of the weekend on cable, according to sportstvratings.com.

An estimated 3.2 million viewers tuned in for the game on ESPN, edging the primetime matchup between SEC foes Texas A&M and Arkansas.
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ESPN and WatchESPN’s most-watched, most-streamed game was No. 8 LSU at Syracuse (noon) which garnered 3,204,000 television viewers and, on WatchESPN, an average minute audience of 72,000 people and 359,000 unique viewers.

The Tigers-Orange stream on WatchESPN resulted in a 136% and 115% increase, respectively, to 2014’s comparable window – Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech –in average minute audience (30,000 people) and unique viewers (167,000 unique viewers). On ESPN, the game resulted in a 2% increase in television viewership (3,144,000 people) to the same 2014 window.
Filed Under: LSU Football
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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"Doesn't count CBS or ABC."
Reply80 months
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People will turn in to watch LF7 whenever that is.
Reply80 months
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Well thats not gonna help with night games
Reply80 months
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