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Super Bowl ratings have come in

164.1 million people watched. Needless to say, most viewed program in US TV history.

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Zantrix
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re: Super Bowl ratings have come in
Yahoo says otherwise:

Yep


SabiDojo
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re: Super Bowl ratings have come in
The World Cup just busted out laughing.


beaver
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re: Super Bowl ratings have come in
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most viewed program in TV history.


lolwut


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HailHailtoMichigan!
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most viewed program in TV history.



dawgfan24348
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re: Super Bowl ratings have come in
I don't trust Yahoo all that well


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Tactical1
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The World Cup just busted out laughing.


The modern world laughs at the World Cup.


4LSU2
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re: Super Bowl ratings have come in
Yahoo says 104M, while the OP's report says 164M.

There are 60M folks pissed off somewhere.


KosmoCramer
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One was probably overnight, and one was from yesterday if I had to guess.

But that's a huge disparity.


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Fox Mulder
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Mikes My Tiger
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100% guarantee it's not 164 million. That would be over a 50% jump from last year. Get real.


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boXerrumble
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225bred
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re: Super Bowl ratings have come in
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The modern world laughs at the World Cup.

lol, oh the ignorance


LSUzealot
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re: Super Bowl ratings have come in
Didn't a basketball game have a BILLION people watch it about 3 years ago? Chinese basketball maybe?


Powerman
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Didn't a basketball game have a BILLION people watch it about 3 years ago? Chinese basketball maybe?


I find that hard to believe

Especially if it's the Chinese claiming it


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Crimson06
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The ignorant people of the world laugh at the World Cup.


fify


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RollTide1987
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Yeah...I think a couple billion people tuned in to watch Pope John Paul II's funeral.


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TheOcean
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The world cup shits on the super bowl in every way


Sid in Lakeshore
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The world cup shits on the super bowl in every way except talent, excitement and entertainment value


FIFY


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peopleschamp
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re: Super Bowl ratings have come in
No matter how people try to force soccer down American's throats it just doesn't work. We have too many different popular sports for it to be successful here. In other countries soccer is the only game in town. It's popular among kids but that's as far as it will go. I like soccer but people in the US just don't care about it.


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