It may not have been the most enjoyable viewing experience for LSU fans, but Alabama’s 30-16 victory over LSU on Saturday was popular with college football fans.

CBS Sports reported Tuesday that the primetime game was the highest-rated and most-watched college football game to date for the 2015 season, attracting 11.2 million viewers, according to Nielsen.

The game had a rating of 6.4, meaning 6.4 percent of U.S. households with a television watched the game, and a share score of 12, meaning 12 percent of people watching television at that time were watching the game.

Last year’s overtime contest between the two teams had a rating of 5.3 and a share score of 10 and attracted 9.1 million viewers.