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Overnight Ratings: ABC Leads College Football; NASCAR Off Slightly At Dover

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 29 / 14

ABC’s 3:30pm ET regionalized window on Saturday led all college football telecasts over the weekend. The window, which featured Florida State-NC State and Minnesota-Michigan, drew a 4.0 overnight, which beat out Notre Dame-Syracuse in primetime (ABC) and Arkansas-Texas A&M at 3:30pm (CBS)...

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