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‘Saturday Night Football’ on ABC Outrates College Football on NBC and Fox Combined

Delayed markets: Fort Myers, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Miami, Orlando

Reports on Hurricane Irma in various markets may have factored in the data

Full game overnights (all times Eastern)

ABC Oklahoma at Ohio State (8-11pm) 5.5/10

NBC Georgia at Notre Dame (8-11pm) 2.7/5

Fox Stanford at USC (8:30pm-midnight) 1.7/3

The following are the early overnight household ratings from the top 56 metered markets in half-hour breakdowns for Saturday, September 9, 2017:





Prime Averages
Network HH Rtg/Share
5.5/10
2.7/5
1.9/4
1.5/3



























Programming Insider Sat., Sep. 9, 2017
8:00 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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Saturday Night Football: Oklahoma at Ohio State 5.0/10
Crimetime Saturday: NCIS: New Orleans (r) 1.6/3
College Football Georgia at Notre Dame (s) 2.5/5
College Extra (s) 1.3/2
ProgrammingInsider.com
8:30 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
Share
Saturday Night Football: Oklahoma at Ohio State 5.6/11
Crimetime Saturday: NCIS: New Orleans (r) 1.8/3
College Football Georgia at Notre Dame (s) 2.6/5
College Football Stanford at USC 1.7/3
9:00 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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Saturday Night Football: Oklahoma at Ohio State 4.9/9
48 Hours (r) 1.9/3
College Football Georgia at Notre Dame (s) 2.6/5
College Football Stanford at USC 1.7/3
9:30 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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Saturday Night Football: Oklahoma at Ohio State 5.3/10
48 Hours (r) 2.0/4
College Football Georgia at Notre Dame (s) 2.3/4
College Football Stanford at USC 1.8/3
10:00 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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Saturday Night Football: Oklahoma at Ohio State 6.0/11
48 Hours (r) 2.2/4
College Football Georgia at Notre Dame (s) 2.9/5
College Football Stanford at USC 1.5/3
10:30 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
Share
Saturday Night Football: Oklahoma at Ohio State 6.1/11
48 Hours (r) 2.2/4
College Football Georgia at Notre Dame (s) 3.3/6
College Football Stanford at USC 1.6/3
ProgrammingInsider.com
11:00 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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College Football Stanford at USC 1.7/3
11:30 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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College Football Stanford at USC 2.1/4

Source: Nielsen Media Research

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Written by Douglas Pucci

Douglas Pucci (a.k.a. “Son of the Bronx”) has worked with Mr. Berman for more than a decade. A Bronx native, NYU graduate and once-intern for VH1's "Pop Up Video," Pucci went on to design, build and maintain websites for various non-profit organizations in his hometown of New York City. He also contributes to the sports website Awful Announcing.

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