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:

  1. The 2010 Capital One Bowl was tied for fifth place with the Orange Bowl out of 34 bowl games this season.
  2. The 2005 match-up between Penn State and Ohio State was seen by more than 4.435 million households.
  3. Every Penn State game has been televised for the past six seasons.
  4. 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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