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ESPN will study correlation between college football scoring and TV viewers

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

ESPN plans to study college football data this offseason for an age-old question in sports: Does more scoring produce higher television viewership? CBS set record ratings this season for the SEC in a year in which the conference shattered many of its offensive records. Viewership is up on ESPN for this season's BCS bowls, which have been some of the highest-scoring in the histories of those games. (AL.com)

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