Prime television: CSU-Colorado draws record audience
Sep 19, 2023, 11:41 AM ET Colorado’s double-overtime triumph against Colorado State, which ended in the early hours of Sunday in most of the country, drew 9.3 million audiences to make it the most-watched late-night college football game ever on ESPN.Coach Deion
Sanders’ Colorado group did not begin till after 10 p.m. ET and did not protect the success up until about 2:30 a.m.Still, it was ESPN’s fifth-most-watched regular-season game ever on the network for whenever slot. That broadcast window for ESPN college football averaged about 1.7 million viewers last year.Editor’s Picks
1 Related It also was the most-streamed regular-season college football game of all time for ESPN.No.
19 Colorado’s very first 2 games under Sanders were carried by Fox, with both slotted into the network’s Big Midday game. The Buffaloes’ victories over TCU and Nebraska averaged about 8 million viewers for Fox.Colorado deals with No.
10 Oregon on Saturday in a game scheduled for 3:30 p.m. on ABC.Information from
The Associated Press was used in this report.