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FILE - In this Jan. 9, 2017, file photo, Clemson's Deshaun Watson runs for a touchdown during the first half of the NCAA college football playoff championship game against Alabama in Tampa, Fla. With the Pac-12 and Big Ten not represented in the four-team College Football Playoff, a TV sports viewership analyst said interest could be tempered on the West Coast, upper Midwest and Northeast.“I think it’s too regional this year,” said Jon Lewis, editor of Sports Media Watch. “That hurts in every sport–unless it’s the Super Bowl.” That said, Lewis expects a potential loss of viewership could be offset because the semifinals will be played on New Year’s Day, the traditional college football holiday. The last two years the semifinals were on New Year’s Eve, when the game competed with parties and other celebrations. An additional boost might come from the Alabama-Clemson semifinal in the Sugar Bowl being a rematch of the last two national championship games. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File)

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FILE - In this Jan. 9, 2017, file photo, Clemson's Deshaun Watson runs for a touchdown during the first half of the NCAA college football playoff championship game against Alabama in Tampa, Fla. With the Pac-12 and Big Ten not represented in the four-team College Football Playoff, a TV sports viewership analyst said interest could be tempered on the West Coast, upper Midwest and Northeast.“I think it’s too regional this year,” said Jon Lewis, editor of Sports Media Watch. “That hurts in every sport–unless it’s the Super Bowl.” That said, Lewis expects a potential loss of viewership could be offset because the semifinals will be played on New Year’s Day, the traditional college football holiday. The last two years the semifinals were on New Year’s Eve, when the game competed with parties and other celebrations. An additional boost might come from the Alabama-Clemson semifinal in the Sugar Bowl being a rematch of the last two national championship games. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File)

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