Aaron Judge on Tuesday hit his 62nd home run of the season against the Texas Rangers. The New York Yankees slugger has now passed Roger Maris for the most home runs in a single season in American League history, although it’s short of the Major League Baseball record of 73 hit by Barry Bonds in 2001.

Judge’s 60th home run came on Sept. 20, with ESPN garnering plenty of criticism a few days later as it cut into the college football games it televised with live look-ins of Judge’s at-bats. No. 61, which tied him with Maris, came on Sept. 28, and in anticipation of No. 62, ESPN again opted to do cut-ins of Judge’s at-bats during Week 5 of the college football season, angering even more fans.

Tuesday finally saw Judge break Maris’ mark, and the college football world rejoiced now that they knew that they could finally watch the games without reminders of Judge’s exploits: