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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...
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Man, LSU gotta hire the right Coach and we right back in it baws!!!
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Such a shame the Tigers lost. Poor quarterback play.
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LSU is America’s Team!
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CBS's Loss! And America was looking for a slaughter and the joke was on them. GT
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CBS's Loss! And America was looking for a slaughter and the joke was on them. GT
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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.
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The nation wants LSU to be a great program. They crave it. Hope the next coach makes it happen and then keeps them there.
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But in front of more people
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And we still lost
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We beat ourselves. Well, our QB did.
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