These Were The 5 College Football Games With The Biggest TV Audiences This Season

The college football regular season is in the books as we head towards the start of bowl games this weekend, and the TV numbers for this season's biggest games have been released.

Here are the five games that drew the most viewers, according to

1. Alabama-Auburn (CBS) Nov. 25: 13.657 million viewers
2. Georgia-Auburn SEC Championship (CBS) Dec. 2: 13.466 million viewers
3. Ohio State-Wisconsin Big Ten Championship (FOX): Dec. 2: 12.918 million viewers
4. Florida State-Alabama (ABC): Sept. 2: 12.335 million viewers
5. Ohio State-Michigan (FOX): Nov. 25: 10.507 million

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Unsurprisingly, two of the top three games were conference championship games that had major college football playoff implications. Georgia made the CFP thanks to their win over Auburn, while Wisconsin was eliminated from playoff contention with their loss to Ohio State.

Two more games - Alabama vs. Auburn and Ohio State vs. Michigan - were rivalry games between storied programs with huge fan bases.

The only game that made the top five that was played before the final two weeks of the season was the Florida State-Alabama game that was the marquee game of opening weekend. Alabama was the preseason No. 1 team, while FSU began the season at No. 3.

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