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IU-Michigan game among Big Ten football's most-watched

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The Hoosiers’ 36-33 loss to Michigan last week in Ann Arbor was watched in nearly 2.1 million households, the second-most ever among Big Ten football telecast on ESPN 2.

The game ended with a controversial Michigan interception of IU junior quarterback Ben Chappell’s pass that has led to prolonged coverage and debate about the Hoosiers’ chances against the No. 22 Wolverines.

The most-ever watched game on the network was a 2006 matchup between Ohio State and Illinois, which drew slightly more than 2.1 million households.

Stay with Hoosier Hype and for more information regarding Saturday night’s Big Ten matchup between IU and Ohio State.

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