College Football Playoff slate is set: Top 10 Sports


Your 10 most watched-programs of the week on Slingbox, sports edition, were as follows. Check after the list for a few quick thoughts on this week’s most-watched sports.

1. SportsCenter
2. Futbol Mexicano Primera Division
3. NFL: Packers at Lions
4. CFB: Florida vs. Alabama
5. NFL: Cowboys at Redskins
6. NFL: Colts vs Steelers
7. CFB: Michigan St vs. Iowa
8. NFL: Panthers at Saints
9. NFL: RedZone LIVE
10. NFL: Seahawks at Vikings

The two college football games on the list this week both featured teams playing for spots in the College Football Playoff. No. 2 Alabama faced off against No. 15 Florida for the SEC Championship while No. 4 Iowa matched up with No. 5 Michigan State for the Big Ten Championship.

The University of Alabama’s Crimson Tide prevailed over the University of Florida’s Gators in a 29-15 victory that saw Florida struggling on offense, gaining only one yard in the second quarter and two yards in the third quarter to finish with 180 yards overall on 45 plays. Compare that to Alabama running back Derrick Henry, who finished the game with 189 yards on 44 carries as an individual.

The game between the Michigan State Spartans and Iowa State Hawkeyes was a more competitive affair, with Michigan ultimately triumphing 16-3 thanks to a touchdown scored by running back L.J. Scott with only 27 seconds left in the game.

The new rankings and schedule for the playoffs were announced last Sunday which showed that Alabama and Michigan State will be joined in the playoffs by Clemson and Oklahoma.  On December 31, No. 1 Clemson will play No. 4 Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, while No. 2 Alabama will face No. 3 Michigan St. in the Cotton Bowl. The winners will play for the championship on Jan. 11 in Glendale, Arizona. Be sure to use your Slingbox to tune into all of the post-season action.

We’ll be back next week with more lists.


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