The Ohio State Buckeyes and Wisconsin Badgers had an exciting finish in the Big Ten Championship Game, but a large amount of Bay Area viewers apparently missed out on the action on local Fox channel KTVU.

Many Bay Area viewers tweeted that they lost audio of the game in the final minutes, and DirecTV subscribers said they lost video coverage of the game as well.

Awful Announcing’s Ben Koo says he lost audio of the game on DirecTV with 3:20 left (8:43 PM PT) in the fourth quarter, and the coverage of game was lost entirely with 2:53 left (8:49 PT). Coverage didn’t resume until the Buckeyes’ trophy celebration at 9:08 PM PT.

Other DirecTV viewers in the Bay Area also tweeted about completely losing coverage of the game.

Comcast and Dish viewers in the Bay Area tweeted that they lost audio of the game in the final minutes.

And KTVU heard from many pissed off viewers on Twitter. Mister One is a particularly angry customer.

This guy at least had a good sense of humor about the crazy events of the fourth quarter.

[Photo Credit: Anthony Chen on Twitter]

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  • Carter_Burger67

    What are the chances that Fox Television Stations is about to go into carriage rights negotiations with these providers soon?

  • PAI

    KTVU, the station that brought you the “Captain Sum Ting Wong” reporting of the Asiana Airlines flight.

    • BetweenTheBuriedAndMeatloaf

      Ho Lee Fuk, they fuked up again