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Audience Analysis: Tennessee-Florida Leads CFB Week 3; BMW Championship Up On NBC

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 22 / 17

It was a close race in Week 3 for the most-viewed college football game. CBS’ Tennessee-Florida nail-biter took the top spot with 5.13 million viewers. That was just ahead of 5.06 million viewers for ABC’s Clemson-Louisville matchup in primetime, and ahead of 4.91 million viewers for Fox...

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