If there is a thing to say about the bowl projections we will say that the committee is doing their job very well, and that they are projecting the right bowl, which means that we will see bowl games with higher or lower ratings than those in the past.
And the committee will also make their projections public, which will allow us to track the performance of each team and the performance overall of the sport.
But that is just one way of thinking about the projections.
I think there are other ways of thinking too.
For example, how do the bowls affect ratings in the regular season?
There are a lot of factors that affect the ratings.
For instance, the fact that the conference championship game was on ESPN may or may not affect the numbers of viewers for the conference championships, but if the season ended in a bowl game, it would affect the total number of viewers that watched the conference finals.
If the Super Bowl had been played in the Rose Bowl, the viewership of the championship game would have been slightly lower than if it had been on ABC.
For that reason, we can’t expect the numbers to be as good as they would have otherwise been, but they will likely be close to the numbers in the same years.
In addition, the bowl games will be televised in the USA, which tends to give the same ratings in both countries.
In fact, the USA usually gets more viewers for a bowl championship game than the other countries, even though the USA’s ratings tend to be a little lower than those of other countries.
We also know that bowl games are generally watched by younger viewers, so if they do not see the bowls as big events, it will likely mean that they will watch them in smaller numbers.
Overall, I think we will expect the ratings of the bowl season to be closer to what we saw in the recent bowl season, but it will be difficult to say for sure at this point.
For now, it seems like the bowls are more or less in line with expectations.
And for a team that is already at the top of the polls in the rankings, I expect the bowl teams to do well.