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According to ESPN, 9.9 million viewers tuned in Sunday to watch the LSU Women's Basketball team beat Iowa and win its first-ever National Championship.

It was the most-viewed NCAA women's basketball game on record.

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BigTigerJoe15 months
LSU seems to break viewing records over varying sports. LSU is must see TV.
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TigahJay15 months
Yet ESPN will shite on LSU whenever they can
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chimesstreet15 months
That's what I got out of it.
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Morpheus15 months
That’s because there is greater chance some will get drunk ,naked and burn shite down if LSU is in it.
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CanebreakCajun15 months
Damn.
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theBru15 months
Purple & Gold involved, that's why it was the most watched!
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cajunmud15 months
Well...it was on ABC where folks didn't have to pay the criminal cable monopolies. More of that ABC.
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Jabontik15 months
wow, thats amazing. 2 million more viewers than watched Bama LSU football
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LSU82Cajun15 months
Sadly SAS the race baiter at ESPN is trying to say racism was involved between Clark & Reese. That’s why I only listen to the radio when LSU plays any sport on ESPN. Pitiful.
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RakeDog2415 months
He wasn't saying race was involved between Caitlin and Angel. He said race was involved in the double standard in regards to the trash talking.
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CanebreakCajun15 months
That's not what he said.
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cbree8815 months
Why? It wasn’t a very good game if you’re not an LSU fan. I don’t get it.
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CanebreakCajun15 months
Womens CBB is exploding.
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Bestbank Tiger15 months
Both teams shot better than 50%. Lot of threes. Iowa had an outside chance until very late. Marketable stars in Reese and Clark. Carson came off the bench and played lights out.
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Cwils222215 months
What game were you watching?! You very rarely see that kind of energy from both teams from start to finish. That was a court full of ballers.
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