Over 7 million watched Alabama vs. Penn State

Just how popular is college football? It had a strong showing in the top shows on cable. The Monday night college game netted 9.88 million viewers and the Alabama Crimson Tide’s game against Penn State netted 7.12 million viewers. Here is the top 5 for the week.
1. College Football: Boise St. vs. Virginia Tech (Monday, 7:58 p.m.), ESPN, 7.25 million homes, 9.88 million viewers.
2. “2010 Video Music Awards” (Sunday, 9 p.m.), MTV, 7.16 million homes, 11.39 million viewers.
3. “The Closer” (Monday, 9 p.m.), TNT, 5.73 million homes, 7.91 million viewers.
4. “Rizzoli & Isles” (Monday, 10 p.m.), TNT, 5.5 million homes, 7.23 million viewers.
5. College Football: Penn St. vs. Alabama (Saturday, 7:10 p.m.), ESPN, 4.91 million homes, 7.12 million viewers. (see more below)

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  1. 1
    auburntigerfan

    if bammer had 7 million then Auburn must have had 70 million. Because everybody hates Bammer. And the only reason any body would have watched was to see Bammer get flogged.

  2. 2
    BamaBrando

    Everyone has heard of Penn St. They have a tradition and a history of producing good football teams. And everyone knows about Bama and the numerous National Championships. Auburn just doesn’t live up to those kind of standards. The only standard Auburn knows is “Hate Bama”. A win against Bama is the closest feeling they get to winning a National Championship.

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