A record-breaking audience haunted Michigan's Michigan barrage on Saturday.
The lone win of the Buckeyes was Fox's most watched football game ever seen, attracting a massive audience of 13,200,000 viewers.
The Ohio State-Michigan rivalry last weekend, when the Buckeyes defeated the Wolverines (62-39) to secure a place in Saturday's Big Ten Championship game, attracted 13 million spectators. The game is considered the most watched game by FOX in the regular season of all time and is + 26% higher than last year (10,513,000). With streaming services from FOX Sports, Ohio State Michigan attracted an average of 145,000 viewers, representing the best performance of any college football game platform so far.
The Buckeyes have brought the ratings into all networks throughout the season.
The Ohio State comeback wins against TCU (7,244,000 viewers) and Penn State (9,159,000 viewers). In most of the games this season crack the top five places.
The Buckeyes also had the weekend's most-watched games in some of their lesser than great results, including their defeat to Purdue and the victory over overtime against Maryland.