Ohio State in the Peach Bowl pulls in more viewers than Michigan in the Fiesta
For the first time since its inception in 2014, both Ohio State and Michigan made it to the promised land known as the four-team College Football Playoff.
It was the first time any conference outside of the SEC saw two teams make the format,
and unfortunately, both Big Ten schools came up short in two pretty amazing games.
But you know we like to brag anytime Ohio State beats Michigan in anything.
It could be rock, paper, scissors between two graduate assistants and we’d be ready to bring the news to you.
Well, we have one such instance because according to the PR department of ESPN,
the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl between Ohio State and Georgia pulled in more viewers than Michigan vs. TCU in the VRBO Fiesta Bowl.
According to the release, OSU vs. UGA delivered 22.1 million viewers and peaked out at 23.9 million viewers between 9:45 to 10 p.m. Meanwhile,
TCU’s upset of Michigan also drew a massive audience but fell short of those watching OSU at 21.4 million viewers.
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