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Overnight Ratings: ABC Leads College Football; CBS Has Lowest SEC Game Of '14

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 24 / 14

ABC led all college football windows on Saturday with its 3:30pm ET regionalized telecast, which featured Boston College-Florida State and Wisconsin-Iowa. That window drew a 3.6 overnight rating, which topped ABC’s 3.3 overnight for USC-UCLA in primetime. ESPN’s top game on Saturday was ...

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