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Overnight Ratings: Tennessee-Florida Leads CFB Games; Tour Championship Flat On NBC

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 26 / 16

CBS led all college football games in Week 4, drawing a 3.7 overnight rating for Tennessee's win over Florida in the 3:30pm ET window. That figure is up from a 3.3 for the same matchup in Week 4 last season. Stanford's come-from-behind win over UCLA led all ABC/ESPN games over the weekend. ABC drew ...

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