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Anybody else notice that it always seems like there are 5 or 6 good games every week---but all going at the same time at night?? I'd love to watch ND-OU, Michigan-Nebraska for instance but obvioulsy wont.....seems like in years past they were much more balanced....
Completely agree. All year it seems they've taken the four best games and all were on at prime time
Agree but that is where the networks make their money.
Doesn't seem much different than years past to me
I remember talking about this last year and come to find out they get better ratings when their are good games on all at the same time (seems like it'd be the complete opposite) but apparently people just switch back and forth from their games to the other ones...which is exactly what I do sometimes...go figure?
This post was edited by BamaSarge04 21 months ago
The networks are competing for viewers, so naturally they're going to all put their best games in the same slot.
not really---remember, ESPN and ABC have the same ownership....
Messed up times
If you hate the tv showing now try being a kid in 1975 when there was only one or two games a day on the tube. RIP John Forney.
Yup. At least now there is Tivo
Yeah, it's been pretty miserable all year long. Exact same thing Saturday. Good games at night. 12-7pm is pretty boring.
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