ESPN’s popular college football pregame show College GameDay is experiencing one of its better years this season.

On Thursday, ESPN’s public relations department tweeted out that, through the first seven weeks of the college football season, College GameDay is experiencing its best viewership ratings since 2015. The first episode aired in Week 0 at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom to preview the Miami-Florida matchup to open the year.

Ratings have been very steady since that opening weekend. The show is averaging 1.902 million viewers per episode, with over 23.6 million fans having watched so far this season. It’s the best start to the year for College GameDay in the last five seasons.

College GameDay has long been the premier pregame show for college football. However, with FOX launching its Big Noon Kickoff pregame show, there were some thoughts that ESPN might experience a dip. But it’s been quite the oppposite.

This week, College GameDay is setting up shop in State College, previewing Saturday’s game between No. 16 Michigan and No. 7 Penn State. It will be the third time College GameDay has previewed a B1G game this season. It was in Lincoln for Ohio State-Nebraska and Ames for Iowa-Iowa State.