When it comes to the 10 cities that produced the highest-viewership totals for Super Bowl LVI on Sunday, the Midwest reigned supreme. Several cities from within B1G states were tuned in to see the Los Angeles Rams take on the Cincinnati Bengals.

According to the numbers shared by NBC and posted by Brad Galli of WXYZ, seven of the Top 10 cities in viewership came from B1G states.

Cincinnati led the way, followed closely by Detroit. Pittsburgh, Columbus, Milwaukee, Cleveland and Philadelphia also made the list for the Top 10. That’s out of a possible 44 available markets:

Obviously, the state of Ohio had a pretty significant rooting interest with the Bengals in the game and hometown hero Joe Burrow leading the charge.

Detroit also had its eye on Super Bowl LVI, with longtime Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford winning a Super Bowl in his first year outside of the city.