Aaron Judge is trying to make some history for the New York Yankees. And ESPN really wants to make sure as many people as possible can see it happen live.

The Worldwide Leader has been cutting into college football broadcasts for a week now with live look-ins when the Yankee slugger is at the plate. Judge had been chasing his 61st home run of the season, which would tie Roger Maris for the most in Yankee history.

He hit No. 61 on Wednesday. Now he’s going for the outright record and No. 62. Of course, he needs 12 more homers to tie the actual MLB home-run record. But ESPN is intent to show No. 62 happen live.

And college football fans are sick of it.

While Judge’s chase is notable, the choice to break into multiple college football broadcasts — including the audio feed — to show baseball has not been popular among college football fans.

Here’s some of the reaction:

Even some of ESPN’s own talent have had enough:

On Saturday, ESPN cut away from the Oklahoma-TCU game to showcase a Judge at-bat as OU quarterback Dillon Gabriel was being treated on the field for a serious head injury.