College Football Fans Are Angry ESPN Keeps Cutting To Baseball For Aaron Judge HR Watch

Aaron Judge is about to make history but college football fans don’t care.

Earlier this week, ESPN announced they were going to cut into their college football coverage to show Judge’s at-bats as he attempts to become the American League single-season home-run record holder.

College football didn’t appreciate that ESPN was cutting into baseball coverage in the middle of football games.

“Watching Clemson-Wake. And ESPN decided to go split screen for Judge’s AB. Why? Who is this for? Who is watching an ACC matchup thinking “gee, I wonder what’s happening with new york’s baseball team?”

“I cant imagine a more tone deaf idea than to cut to NY Yankee baseball on all ESPN platforms during a CFB Saturday because of something Aaron Judge is doing. So dumb and an idea from 1980’s world of content”

“The way ESPN has been shoving pro baseball in everyone’s face (Judge and Pujols) is kinda weird. The people who care are already watching, I don’t think Clemson-Wake watchers care MORE about the Yankees than the game they were watching.”

“I AM BEING SUBJECTED TO BASEBALL TEAMS THAT ARE NOWHERE NEAR AUBURN AND MISSOURI AGAIN “WHY ARE YOU SHOWING ME A MEANINGLESS RECORD ESPN”

“Interrupting a live college football game between ranked teams to show baseball is ridiculous.
@espn @ABCNetwork”

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Brobible sports editor. Jorge is a Miami native and lifelong Heat fan. He has been covering the NBA, MLB and NFL professionally for almost 10 years, specializing in digital media. Email: jorge@brobible.com