There was an audio issue in the first half of Saturday night’s Oregon-North Carolina Final Four game that bothered CBS viewers and people in attendance at University of Phoenix Stadium.

That’s because the CBS audio was piped over the University of Phoenix Stadium PA system:

It led to CBS viewers hearing an echo. Here’s a video/audio example:

And it meant the North Carolina and Oregon players could hear what Jim Nantz, Bill Raftery, and Grant Hill were saying about them:

It even angered Nantz:

Here are some of the many tweets from viewers noticing the echo:

It’s certainly not a good look for CBS on this stage, but the echo was likely a local technical issue at the venue. Either way, it left many viewers annoyed, and it seems that nobody was more upset about it than Jim Nantz.


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