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RE: 2019 College Football TV ratings top 10
Updated with last weeks action- 2 top 10 games.....

this weekend-
noon has Oklahoma/Texas on Fox. Can Fox get into the top 10?
330 has Alabama/Texas A&M
at night you have USC/Notre Dame on NBC, Penn St/Iowa on ABC, and Florida/LSU on ESPN.
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(10-08-2019 01:41 PM)stever20 Wrote:  Updated with last weeks action- 2 top 10 games.....

this weekend-
noon has Oklahoma/Texas on Fox. Can Fox get into the top 10?
330 has Alabama/Texas A&M
at night you have USC/Notre Dame on NBC, Penn St/Iowa on ABC, and Florida/LSU on ESPN.

Florida-LSU should get the most viewers in east coast primetime but might not get enough to be a top 10 game given the competition in the same window.

OU-UT likely gets the most viewers for the week, even though ABC/ESPN has Michigan-Illinois and South Carolina-Georgia up against it.
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(10-08-2019 01:51 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 01:41 PM)stever20 Wrote:  Updated with last weeks action- 2 top 10 games.....

this weekend-
noon has Oklahoma/Texas on Fox. Can Fox get into the top 10?
330 has Alabama/Texas A&M
at night you have USC/Notre Dame on NBC, Penn St/Iowa on ABC, and Florida/LSU on ESPN.

Florida-LSU should get the most viewers in east coast primetime but might not get enough to be a top 10 game given the competition in the same window.

OU-UT likely gets the most viewers for the week, even though ABC/ESPN has Michigan-Illinois and South Carolina-Georgia up against it.

I think Florida/LSU will win the week.

Last year's Texas/Oklahoma only drew 5.60 million. Went up only against Alabama/Arkansas and Maryland/Michigan. And more buzz last year going into the game I think.
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(10-08-2019 02:19 PM)stever20 Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 01:51 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 01:41 PM)stever20 Wrote:  Updated with last weeks action- 2 top 10 games.....

this weekend-
noon has Oklahoma/Texas on Fox. Can Fox get into the top 10?
330 has Alabama/Texas A&M
at night you have USC/Notre Dame on NBC, Penn St/Iowa on ABC, and Florida/LSU on ESPN.

Florida-LSU should get the most viewers in east coast primetime but might not get enough to be a top 10 game given the competition in the same window.

OU-UT likely gets the most viewers for the week, even though ABC/ESPN has Michigan-Illinois and South Carolina-Georgia up against it.

I think Florida/LSU will win the week.

Last year's Texas/Oklahoma only drew 5.60 million. Went up only against Alabama/Arkansas and Maryland/Michigan. And more buzz last year going into the game I think.

Possible, but that game is on ESPN, and a game on ESPN has only won the week twice over the past five regular seasons (not counting week zero).
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(10-08-2019 02:43 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 02:19 PM)stever20 Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 01:51 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 01:41 PM)stever20 Wrote:  Updated with last weeks action- 2 top 10 games.....

this weekend-
noon has Oklahoma/Texas on Fox. Can Fox get into the top 10?
330 has Alabama/Texas A&M
at night you have USC/Notre Dame on NBC, Penn St/Iowa on ABC, and Florida/LSU on ESPN.

Florida-LSU should get the most viewers in east coast primetime but might not get enough to be a top 10 game given the competition in the same window.

OU-UT likely gets the most viewers for the week, even though ABC/ESPN has Michigan-Illinois and South Carolina-Georgia up against it.

I think Florida/LSU will win the week.

Last year's Texas/Oklahoma only drew 5.60 million. Went up only against Alabama/Arkansas and Maryland/Michigan. And more buzz last year going into the game I think.

Possible, but that game is on ESPN, and a game on ESPN has only won the week twice over the past five seasons.

The only thing that matters is the game quality. It's by far the best matchup of the week. Alabama/Auburn in 2014 was on ESPN and was the #1 game of the season.
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(10-08-2019 02:45 PM)stever20 Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 02:43 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 02:19 PM)stever20 Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 01:51 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 01:41 PM)stever20 Wrote:  Updated with last weeks action- 2 top 10 games.....

this weekend-
noon has Oklahoma/Texas on Fox. Can Fox get into the top 10?
330 has Alabama/Texas A&M
at night you have USC/Notre Dame on NBC, Penn St/Iowa on ABC, and Florida/LSU on ESPN.

Florida-LSU should get the most viewers in east coast primetime but might not get enough to be a top 10 game given the competition in the same window.

OU-UT likely gets the most viewers for the week, even though ABC/ESPN has Michigan-Illinois and South Carolina-Georgia up against it.

I think Florida/LSU will win the week.

Last year's Texas/Oklahoma only drew 5.60 million. Went up only against Alabama/Arkansas and Maryland/Michigan. And more buzz last year going into the game I think.

Possible, but that game is on ESPN, and a game on ESPN has only won the week twice over the past five seasons.

The only thing that matters is the game quality. It's by far the best matchup of the week. Alabama/Auburn in 2014 was on ESPN and was the #1 game of the season.

Not "by far". Texas vs Oklahoma is close in quality, and should be an exciting game as well.

BTW, I wonder how these rating services handle people like me? At night, I will be watching all three games - LSU/Florida on my 62" TV, Notre Dame/USC right next to it on a 40" screen, and Penn State/Iowa on my 15" laptop next to them.

With games being viewable on many devices these days, I suspect many people are doing the same.
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(10-09-2019 08:12 AM)quo vadis Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 02:45 PM)stever20 Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 02:43 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 02:19 PM)stever20 Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 01:51 PM)Wedge Wrote:  Florida-LSU should get the most viewers in east coast primetime but might not get enough to be a top 10 game given the competition in the same window.

OU-UT likely gets the most viewers for the week, even though ABC/ESPN has Michigan-Illinois and South Carolina-Georgia up against it.

I think Florida/LSU will win the week.

Last year's Texas/Oklahoma only drew 5.60 million. Went up only against Alabama/Arkansas and Maryland/Michigan. And more buzz last year going into the game I think.

Possible, but that game is on ESPN, and a game on ESPN has only won the week twice over the past five seasons.

The only thing that matters is the game quality. It's by far the best matchup of the week. Alabama/Auburn in 2014 was on ESPN and was the #1 game of the season.

Not "by far". Texas vs Oklahoma is close in quality, and should be an exciting game as well.

BTW, I wonder how these rating services handle people like me? At night, I will be watching all three games - LSU/Florida on my 62" TV, Notre Dame/USC right next to it on a 40" screen, and Penn State/Iowa on my 15" laptop next to them.

With games being viewable on many devices these days, I suspect many people are doing the same.
I don't think people nationally think Texas/Oklahoma is close in quality to Florida/LSU. Florida/LSU is right there with Notre Dame/Georgia as the best matchup of the season so far. Especially now after Florida beat Auburn.
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Other than the ccgs, there aren't likely to be many games later in the season that top the ratings list. That has been the history in recent years. In the early season, many teams have a shot at being in the playoffs. Later in the season, there are few "elimination" games.
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(10-09-2019 11:27 AM)bullet Wrote:  Other than the ccgs, there aren't likely to be many games later in the season that top the ratings list. That has been the history in recent years. In the early season, many teams have a shot at being in the playoffs. Later in the season, there are few "elimination" games.

well last year- only Ohio St/Penn St and Ohio St/TCU- were in the top 10 and played outside November/December. 2017 had all but 3 played 10/28 or later.
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There are several November games this year that have an excellent chance of being among the top 10 for the regular season, not counting CCGs. Most likely they won't all make it, but all have a chance.

It's possible none of them will be night games. CBS can't air another SEC night game this season unless they make a side deal with ESPN, and ESPN won't get any of those SEC games unless CBS either passes one up (unlikely) or hits the limit on the number of times one team can be in a CBS game (possible). Ohio State-Michigan will be a noon ET start as always. Penn State-Ohio State, because it's a November Big Ten game, can only be moved to night if the teams agree.

LSU-Alabama, Nov. 9
Georgia-Auburn, Nov. 16
Penn State-Ohio State, Nov. 23
Ohio State-Michigan, Nov. 30
Alabama-Auburn, Nov. 30
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(10-09-2019 12:18 PM)Wedge Wrote:  There are several November games this year that have an excellent chance of being among the top 10 for the regular season, not counting CCGs. Most likely they won't all make it, but all have a chance.

It's possible none of them will be night games. CBS can't air another SEC night game this season unless they make a side deal with ESPN, and ESPN won't get any of those SEC games unless CBS either passes one up (unlikely) or hits the limit on the number of times one team can be in a CBS game (possible). Ohio State-Michigan will be a noon ET start as always. Penn State-Ohio State, because it's a November Big Ten game, can only be moved to night if the teams agree.

LSU-Alabama, Nov. 9
Georgia-Auburn, Nov. 16
Penn State-Ohio State, Nov. 23
Ohio State-Michigan, Nov. 30
Alabama-Auburn, Nov. 30

Very interesting with LSU/Alabama. Would be first time since 2011 that it's not a night game.

Would also add to the list of possible huge rated games the Georgia/Florida game on Nov 2. If Florida upsets LSU- that will be 2 top 5 teams playing each other with the division crown on the line. And would also add Oct 26 has Ohio St/Wisconsin on it which will be large as well.
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(10-09-2019 12:27 PM)stever20 Wrote:  
(10-09-2019 12:18 PM)Wedge Wrote:  There are several November games this year that have an excellent chance of being among the top 10 for the regular season, not counting CCGs. Most likely they won't all make it, but all have a chance.

It's possible none of them will be night games. CBS can't air another SEC night game this season unless they make a side deal with ESPN, and ESPN won't get any of those SEC games unless CBS either passes one up (unlikely) or hits the limit on the number of times one team can be in a CBS game (possible). Ohio State-Michigan will be a noon ET start as always. Penn State-Ohio State, because it's a November Big Ten game, can only be moved to night if the teams agree.

LSU-Alabama, Nov. 9
Georgia-Auburn, Nov. 16
Penn State-Ohio State, Nov. 23
Ohio State-Michigan, Nov. 30
Alabama-Auburn, Nov. 30

Very interesting with LSU/Alabama. Would be first time since 2011 that it's not a night game.

In 2011, LSU/Alabama was a night game.

CBS has already aired their one contract-allotted prime time SEC game, so they did some horse-trading with ESPN to get this game moved from 2:30 to 7 PM.
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(08-27-2019 01:16 PM)stever20 Wrote:  Updated with week 6
1. Notre Dame @ Georgia week 4 CBS 9.29M 8pm gd there
2. LSU @ Texas week 2 ABC 8.63M 730 pm gd there
3. Oregon vs Auburn week 1 ABC 6.86 M 730 pm gd there
4. Michigan St @ Ohio St week 6 ABC 6.68 M 730 pm gd there
5. Texas A&M @ Clemson week 2 ABC 6.46M 330 pm
6. Auburn @ Florida week 6 CBS 6.43 M 330pm
7. Ohio St @ Nebraska week 5 ABC 6.14M 730pm
8. Florida vs Miami week 0 ESPN 5.97 M 7 pm gd there
9. Notre Dame @ Louisville week 1 ESPN 5.60 M 8 pm Mon
10. Houston @ Oklahoma week 1 ABC 5.44 M 730 pm Sun

goodbye to:
Alabama @ South Carolina week 3 CBS 4.95m 330pm
Michigan @ Wisconsin week 4 Fox 4.73m noon

by network-
ABC 6
ESPN 2
CBS 2

by conference-
SEC 6(2 conference games)
ACC 3
Big 12 2
ND 2
Big Ten 2(2 conference games)
Pac 12 1
AAC 1

by time-
noon- 0
330pm- 2
prime time- 6
Sun/Mon- 1 ea

How about that UH-OU game still in the top 10. I t probably won't hold, but still shows how the Big 12-2, and UH, still counts in viewership.
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(10-11-2019 05:41 AM)sierrajip Wrote:  
(08-27-2019 01:16 PM)stever20 Wrote:  Updated with week 6
1. Notre Dame @ Georgia week 4 CBS 9.29M 8pm gd there
2. LSU @ Texas week 2 ABC 8.63M 730 pm gd there
3. Oregon vs Auburn week 1 ABC 6.86 M 730 pm gd there
4. Michigan St @ Ohio St week 6 ABC 6.68 M 730 pm gd there
5. Texas A&M @ Clemson week 2 ABC 6.46M 330 pm
6. Auburn @ Florida week 6 CBS 6.43 M 330pm
7. Ohio St @ Nebraska week 5 ABC 6.14M 730pm
8. Florida vs Miami week 0 ESPN 5.97 M 7 pm gd there
9. Notre Dame @ Louisville week 1 ESPN 5.60 M 8 pm Mon
10. Houston @ Oklahoma week 1 ABC 5.44 M 730 pm Sun

goodbye to:
Alabama @ South Carolina week 3 CBS 4.95m 330pm
Michigan @ Wisconsin week 4 Fox 4.73m noon

by network-
ABC 6
ESPN 2
CBS 2

by conference-
SEC 6(2 conference games)
ACC 3
Big 12 2
ND 2
Big Ten 2(2 conference games)
Pac 12 1
AAC 1

by time-
noon- 0
330pm- 2
prime time- 6
Sun/Mon- 1 ea

How about that UH-OU game still in the top 10. I t probably won't hold, but still shows how the Big 12-2, and UH, still counts in viewership.

UH?

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(10-11-2019 05:41 AM)sierrajip Wrote:  
(08-27-2019 01:16 PM)stever20 Wrote:  Updated with week 6
1. Notre Dame @ Georgia week 4 CBS 9.29M 8pm gd there
2. LSU @ Texas week 2 ABC 8.63M 730 pm gd there
3. Oregon vs Auburn week 1 ABC 6.86 M 730 pm gd there
4. Michigan St @ Ohio St week 6 ABC 6.68 M 730 pm gd there
5. Texas A&M @ Clemson week 2 ABC 6.46M 330 pm
6. Auburn @ Florida week 6 CBS 6.43 M 330pm
7. Ohio St @ Nebraska week 5 ABC 6.14M 730pm
8. Florida vs Miami week 0 ESPN 5.97 M 7 pm gd there
9. Notre Dame @ Louisville week 1 ESPN 5.60 M 8 pm Mon
10. Houston @ Oklahoma week 1 ABC 5.44 M 730 pm Sun

goodbye to:
Alabama @ South Carolina week 3 CBS 4.95m 330pm
Michigan @ Wisconsin week 4 Fox 4.73m noon

by network-
ABC 6
ESPN 2
CBS 2

by conference-
SEC 6(2 conference games)
ACC 3
Big 12 2
ND 2
Big Ten 2(2 conference games)
Pac 12 1
AAC 1

by time-
noon- 0
330pm- 2
prime time- 6
Sun/Mon- 1 ea

How about that UH-OU game still in the top 10. I t probably won't hold, but still shows how the Big 12-2, and UH, still counts in viewership.


The Big12 is a steady third place annually when you even out the appearances per member school. The raw averages have more of their weak games being “nationally rated” than other leagues which tanks the raw averages.

As for that game it’s much more about a top 5 team getting a solo window on Labor Day Sunday.
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yeah that's where Texas/ND got over 10 million viewers a few years ago on Labor Day Sunday night.
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(10-09-2019 08:27 AM)stever20 Wrote:  
(10-09-2019 08:12 AM)quo vadis Wrote:  
(10-08-2019 02:45 PM)stever20 Wrote:  
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(10-08-2019 02:19 PM)stever20 Wrote:  I think Florida/LSU will win the week.

Last year's Texas/Oklahoma only drew 5.60 million. Went up only against Alabama/Arkansas and Maryland/Michigan. And more buzz last year going into the game I think.

Possible, but that game is on ESPN, and a game on ESPN has only won the week twice over the past five seasons.

The only thing that matters is the game quality. It's by far the best matchup of the week. Alabama/Auburn in 2014 was on ESPN and was the #1 game of the season.

Not "by far". Texas vs Oklahoma is close in quality, and should be an exciting game as well.

BTW, I wonder how these rating services handle people like me? At night, I will be watching all three games - LSU/Florida on my 62" TV, Notre Dame/USC right next to it on a 40" screen, and Penn State/Iowa on my 15" laptop next to them.

With games being viewable on many devices these days, I suspect many people are doing the same.
I don't think people nationally think Texas/Oklahoma is close in quality to Florida/LSU. Florida/LSU is right there with Notre Dame/Georgia as the best matchup of the season so far. Especially now after Florida beat Auburn.

The opinions in the southeast do not reflect the whole country. 5 vs. 11 compared to 6 vs 7 says you're wrong. Both very good matchups.
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Something I would like to see is some type of comparison of like game times. Perhaps a Top 10 listing of Noon contests, the Top 10 for 3:30 tilts, as well as a Top 10 for 7PM, 7:30PM and 8PM starts. That would be an apples to apples comparison of viewers true interest in a contest from week to week. Just a suggestion
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(10-11-2019 05:23 PM)CardinalJim Wrote:  Something I would like to see is some type of comparison of like game times. Perhaps a Top 10 listing of Noon contests, the Top 10 for 3:30 tilts, as well as a Top 10 for 7PM, 7:30PM and 8PM starts. That would be an apples to apples comparison of viewers true interest in a contest from week to week. Just a suggestion

Would be interesting, though competition in that time slot also has to be taken into account. For example, there are often 2 and sometimes 3 attractive games in east coast prime time (this week there are 3), while in contrast, ESPN/ABC and Fox rarely if ever put their best game of the week on at the same time as the afternoon SEC on CBS game.
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(10-11-2019 05:33 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(10-11-2019 05:23 PM)CardinalJim Wrote:  Something I would like to see is some type of comparison of like game times. Perhaps a Top 10 listing of Noon contests, the Top 10 for 3:30 tilts, as well as a Top 10 for 7PM, 7:30PM and 8PM starts. That would be an apples to apples comparison of viewers true interest in a contest from week to week. Just a suggestion

Would be interesting, though competition in that time slot also has to be taken into account. For example, there are often 2 and sometimes 3 attractive games in east coast prime time (this week there are 3), while in contrast, ESPN/ABC and Fox rarely if ever put their best game of the week on at the same time as the afternoon SEC on CBS game.

That’s a good point about competition at air times.

Quick question: As a former Orange County resident I was surprised how much I enjoyed PAC football when I lived there because you simply don’t hear about the PAC here in the East. I loved the Stanford SC games. Those games were as big as any here in the East.

Being back in the East I can see the bias that exists. Do you think a bias exists?
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