As No. 2 Clemson held on for dear life against Texas A&M on Saturday night, fans were glued to their televisions.

According to a release from ESPN Media Zone, the game was the most-watched game of the week, and was one of the most-watched games of the last couple of seasons.

As you can see below, nearly 4.5 million people were tuned into the game, which Clemson ended up winning 28-26:

Clemson at Texas A&M (7 p.m.) on ESPN delivered a Nielsen total live audience of 4,486,000 viewers, the most-watched game of the weekend and cable’s second most-watched Saturday game since November 2016.

With the way Jimbo Fisher’s tenure in College Station has started, A&M is sure to draw plenty of fans in the coming weeks.

After a game against Louisiana-Monroe this weekend, the Aggies head to Tuscaloosa for a showdown against the Crimson Tide. Much like their Week 2 matchup, that game promises to draw millions of eyes.