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The LSU-Alabama game this past Saturday was the most viewed game on ESPN since October of 2019 when LSU played Florida in Tiger Stadium.

The game averaged 5 million viewers and peaked at 6 million viewers in the final minutes of the game. Per ESPN:
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The most-watched game of the weekend on ESPN networks was LSU at Alabama (7 p.m. ET, ESPN), averaging 5 million viewers – the most-viewed college football game on cable this year. The primetime presentation was the top game in Week 10 among key male and adult demos (18-34, 18-49, 25-54). The audience was up 18 percent from the same matchup in 2020 and peaked with 6 million viewers from 10-10:15 p.m. in the final minutes of the game.
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Dam, that's a lot coonasses & gumps watching! Hope their gumbo was good...
Reply22 days
Man, LSU gotta hire the right Coach and we right back in it baws!!!
Reply22 days
Such a shame the Tigers lost. Poor quarterback play.
Reply22 days
LSU is America’s Team!
Reply23 days
CBS's Loss! And America was looking for a slaughter and the joke was on them. GT
Reply23 days
CBS's Loss! And America was looking for a slaughter and the joke was on them. GT
Reply23 days
Wtf wanted to watch that game?? Had I not been a fan of LSU I would have found something better. It just goes to show you how little people know about the status of either team. I guess when you have a 30 point spread a lot of gamblers were tuning in.
Reply23 days
The nation wants LSU to be a great program. They crave it. Hope the next coach makes it happen and then keeps them there.
Reply23 days
But in front of more people
Reply23 days
And we still lost
Reply23 days
We beat ourselves. Well, our QB did.
22 days
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