Jeffrey Camarati-USA TODAY Sports
BATON ROUGE, La. – The LSU-North Carolina matchups on Saturday and Monday in Chapel Hill, N.C., were the two most-watched NCAA Baseball Regional games on record, according to ESPN.

Game 7 featuring LSU and North Carolina on Monday averaged 964,000 viewers on ESPN2, and Game 4 between the Tigers and Tar Heels on Saturday averaged 756,000 viewers on ESPN2, making them the two most-watched Regional games on record.

Overall, the 16 NCAA Regionals last week produced the largest-ever viewership for the regional round on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN +.

(Release via LSU Athletics)

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That's probably not counting the 20k that were watching on Cajuns feed, PODNAAAHHHHH
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FLBooGoTigs118 days
Simpson's in the brush gif
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cajunmud18 days
Money in da bank!
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Jdublsu18 days
That many view for wofford game ought to tell you that the viewers against UNC were 80% LSU viewers
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Networks should have gotten the umps in line. networks and the city of Omaha are about to lose a lot of money. A whole lot of this could have been fixed with consistent umpiring.
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imAMAZING18 days
The business owners in omaha are the real losers when lsu isnt in the cws
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225Tyga18 days
It’s because LSU is fricking awesome.
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Bucky_B13 days
a positive comment?? i guess i had you all wrong. i will leave you alone now. well done
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That's because we are the best damn fanbase in college baseball.
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