Ohio State-Penn State broadcast dominates Week 9 TV ratings
A ton of people from around the country all tuned in to watch Ohio State-Penn State on Saturday. The Buckeyes pulled away in the fourth quarter to win 44-31.
8.27 million people were watching the game on Saturday. That made it Week 9’s most watched game on any network.
FOX’s Big Noon Saturday has remained the most-watched game in college football this season through Week 9.
🏈 8,273,000 viewers tuned-in for Ohio State’s victory over Penn State on FOX – delivering Saturday’s most-watched college football game on any network.
🏈 Through Week 9, FOX’s BIG NOON SATURDAY remains the most-watched game in college football. pic.twitter.com/hDnd8caYBl
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Ohio State scored four touchdowns in the fourth quarter after being down 21-16 with 9:26 to go.
One of the bright spots on defense for the Buckeyes with J.T. Tuimoloau. Tuimoloau forced multiple turnovers, with one of them being a pick six.
C.J. Stroud and Marvin Harrison Jr. connected many times throughout the game. Harrison had 10 receptions for 185 yards receiving. Stroud had just 1 touchdown pass, but still finished the day with 354 yards passing.
One of the few bright spots for Penn State was Parker Washington. Washington led all Penn State wideouts in the game with 179 yards receiving.
Ohio State faces Northwestern next, while Penn State travels to Bloomington for a game against Indiana.