Capital One Bowl Highly Watched
Statistics have rolled in showing that the Capital One Bowl matchup between Penn State and LSU was the fifth most-watched bowl game this season. An astounding 7.8 million households watched our Nittany Lions beat those lame Tigers.
Here are some other cool TV statistics for Penn State Football:
- The 2010 Capital One Bowl was tied for fifth place with the Orange Bowl out of 34 bowl games this season.
- The 2005 match-up between Penn State and Ohio State was seen by more than 4.435 million households.
- Every Penn State game has been televised for the past six seasons.
- Of the last 192 games Penn State has played, only two have not been televised.
As a quick aside, what does LSU taunt, “Tiger Bait!” really mean?
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Parsons made seven tackles and recorded a strip sack in the Nittany Lions’ victory over Rutgers on Saturday.
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