Viewer Comparison

ESPN’s Labor Day telecast of Boise State defeating Virginia Tech 33-30 was watched by 9,888,000 viewers (people 2+). The telecast ranks as the second most-viewed college football game on ESPN behind last year’s USC-Ohio State game that averaged 10,586,000 viewers.

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  • NJ Trojan

    Yeah, but how many will tune in to Boise State vs. Wyoming, Oregon State, New Mexico State, etc. Too bad the MWC is losing Utah & Brigham Young or it would deserve a spot among the automatic BCS qualifiers with Boise State, Texas Christian, Utah, Brigham Young, and Fresno State.

  • SECTION 12 ROW 52

    The Country loves watching Western USA kids beat up on the Eastern Time Zone boys…….they just have a hard time admiting it publically.

  • BoscoH

    The numbers don’t even begin to tell the whole story. The 10+ million who watched USC v. Ohio State were lawyers, doctors, respectable professionals, great looking people, sweater vest enthusiasts — mostly all around respectable college football fans. The 9+ million who watched BSU v. VTech were wife beaters, white supremacists, meth addicts, and dog fighting enthusiasts.

  • SECTION 12 ROW 52

    @BoscoH….I was going to comment that you left out Mass Murderers…….then I remembered 1994. Never mind.

  • spedjones

    wahaha… SC fan on Saturday, Raider fan on Sunday.

  • Free_Thinker

    Nothin else to do on Monday.