ESPN has been cutting live to Aaron Judge’s at-bats against the Boston Red Sox on Saturday afternoon as the New York Yankees’ slugger looks for home run No. 61 to tie Roger Maris for the most in a single season in American League history.

That has already angered fans during the Auburn-Mizzou game on ESPN. Now, Clemson and Wake Forest fans aren’t happy.

Why? Well, the audio was on the Yankees game while Wake Forest was busy taking the lead over the No. 5 Tigers in the third quarter:

Even the game’s announcer, Sean McDonough, seemed frustrated with the network’s decision to cut away from the dramatic college football game:

McDonough was far from the only one frustrated with the decision, though:

Judge has yet to hit a home run in Saturday’s game, so it seems we’re going to see at least 2 more at-bats from him during this college football Saturday.

Buckle up, folks.