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RE: Alabama/FSU biggest ratings in years for opening weekend. ND tied lowest ratings.
(09-08-2017 12:19 PM)stever20 Wrote:  tomorrow will be interesting with the ratings...
7pm 13 Auburn @ 3 Clemson, ESPN
730pm 15 Georgia @ 24 Notre Dame, NBC
730pm 5 Oklahoma @ 2 Ohio St, ABC
830pm 14 Stanford @ 6 USC, Fox

lead-ins to these may be important with getting folks hooked before the prime game.....
ESPN- women's US Open final
ABC- Pittsburgh @ Penn St starting at 330pm
Fox- Nebraska @ Oregon starting at 430pm

This is why I prefer ESPN controlling everything.

The games people will want to watch are all coming on at the same time on different channels. While the rest of the day is filled with games no one wants to watch.
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RE: Alabama/FSU biggest ratings in years for opening weekend. ND tied lowest ratings.
(09-08-2017 12:19 PM)stever20 Wrote:  tomorrow will be interesting with the ratings...
7pm 13 Auburn @ 3 Clemson, ESPN
730pm 15 Georgia @ 24 Notre Dame, NBC
730pm 5 Oklahoma @ 2 Ohio St, ABC
830pm 14 Stanford @ 6 USC, Fox

lead-ins to these may be important with getting folks hooked before the prime game.....
ESPN- women's US Open final
ABC- Pittsburgh @ Penn St starting at 330pm
Fox- Nebraska @ Oregon starting at 430pm

http://www.sportsmediawatch.com/college-...v-ratings/

Week 2 is posted. Any thoughts? Although part of the same company, ABC still brought better ratings than ESPN. Other than Ohio St vs Oklahoma, the other ABC games weren't as interesting but still had better ratings than Clemson/Auburn.
NBC bounced back as predicted with Georgia playing at ND.
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RE: ABC leads ratings with Ohio St/Oklahoma. ND ratings bounce back.
For those hoping(dreaming) that FS1 will become a factor...

first 2 weeks games on FS1-
2017 average 774.7k average
2016 average 815.5k average
2015 average 804.2k average

So when you see Fox's mouthpiece say that their ratings are up by 127%, it's because last year they had all of 1 game on Big Fox and this year they've had 5 games on Big Fox.
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RE: ABC leads ratings with Ohio St/Oklahoma. ND ratings bounce back.
It's interesting that the last two weeks FS2 has drawn the same as ESPNU.
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RE: ABC leads ratings with Ohio St/Oklahoma. ND ratings bounce back.
(09-15-2017 09:48 AM)stever20 Wrote:  For those hoping(dreaming) that FS1 will become a factor...

first 2 weeks games on FS1-
2017 average 774.7k average
2016 average 815.5k average
2015 average 804.2k average

So when you see Fox's mouthpiece say that their ratings are up by 127%, it's because last year they had all of 1 game on Big Fox and this year they've had 5 games on Big Fox.

FS1 has had one game in the normal Saturday block of college football and it beat ESPN. Keep pounding your chest about some late night PAC-12 game ratings.
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RE: ABC leads ratings with Ohio St/Oklahoma. ND ratings bounce back.
(09-15-2017 09:49 AM)MissouriStateBears Wrote:  It's interesting that the last two weeks FS2 has drawn the same as ESPNU.

Except that it hasn't....

ESPNU for 11 games- including 3 FCS games 271.6k (310k for FBS games)
FS2 for 2 games 188k

oh and FS1 getting blown out by ESPN2.
ESPN 2 avg for 6 games 1.057 million
FS1 avg for 6 games 774.7k
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RE: ABC leads ratings with Ohio St/Oklahoma. ND ratings bounce back.
I see Georgia's ratings were strong...
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RE: ABC leads ratings with Ohio St/Oklahoma. ND ratings bounce back.
(09-15-2017 10:01 AM)MissouriStateBears Wrote:  
(09-15-2017 09:48 AM)stever20 Wrote:  For those hoping(dreaming) that FS1 will become a factor...

first 2 weeks games on FS1-
2017 average 774.7k average
2016 average 815.5k average
2015 average 804.2k average

So when you see Fox's mouthpiece say that their ratings are up by 127%, it's because last year they had all of 1 game on Big Fox and this year they've had 5 games on Big Fox.

FS1 has had one game in the normal Saturday block of college football and it beat ESPN. Keep pounding your chest about some late night PAC-12 game ratings.

Maryland/Texas drew 2.046 million viewers
Auburn/Clemson drew 3.361 million viewers
Louisville/UNC drew 2.263 million viewers

hell, Fresno/Alabama on ESPN2 drew 2.070 million viewers(and beat Stanford/USC on Big Fox).

But yeah, we're supposed to ignore that.
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RE: ABC leads ratings with Ohio St/Oklahoma. ND ratings bounce back.
(09-15-2017 10:03 AM)stever20 Wrote:  
(09-15-2017 09:49 AM)MissouriStateBears Wrote:  It's interesting that the last two weeks FS2 has drawn the same as ESPNU.

Except that it hasn't....

ESPNU for 11 games- including 3 FCS games 271.6k (310k for FBS games)
FS2 for 2 games 188k

oh and FS1 getting blown out by ESPN2.
ESPN 2 avg for 6 games 1.057 million
FS1 avg for 6 games 774.7k

Time Slot vs Time Slot
Week One
Thursday Night
ESPN 5.126M Ohio State at Indiana
FS1 382K Tulsa at Oklahoma State

Friday Night
ESPN 1.760M Utah State at Wisconsin
FS1 971K Washington at Rutgers

Saturday Noon
FS1 2.046M Maryland at Texas
ESPN 1.629M Kent State at Clemson

Week Two
Saturday Late
ESPN 1.265M Boise State at Washington State
FS1 410K Minnesota at Oregon State


Two head to heads on FS2/ESPNU
Friday Week One
ESPNU 161K South Alabama at Ole Miss
FS2 137K Liberty at Baylor

Saturday Noon Week Two
FS2 239K East Carolina at West Virginia
ESPNU 161K Northwestern at Duke
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RE: ABC leads ratings with Ohio St/Oklahoma. ND ratings bounce back.
so cute that you think that FS1 and FS2 can just cherry pick their slots. Sorry but doesn't work that way. It's not ESPNU's fault that FS2 only has shown 2 games the entire season.

and even using your moronic head to head thing- the 4 games that ESPN has gone head to head with FS1-
ESPN 2.445 million avg
FS1 952k avg
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