"There you have it."
The ESPN app hit some streaming issues Monday night, causing problems for those hoping to watch the CFP title game that way.
Many viewers reported experiencing prolonged sound outages and occasional picture blackouts on DirecTV's 4K feed of the Sugar Bowl.
League Pass issues and errors were widely reported across the U.S. Wednesday evening.
Florida Atlantic Owls head coach Lane Kiffin answered a radio host's question about if he'll be back at FAU with "that's the plan," but technical difficulties meant listeners only heard dead air.
"There it is! Hahahaha! YES! All right, enjoy it!"
This feedback was quite prominent and prolonged.
Those watching Eastern Michigan-Akron on ESPNEWS got a bit of the radio broadcast Tuesday after issues with the cameras late in the first quarter.
Channels including ESPN, NBCSN and FS1 all weren't working in high definition for many DirecTV subscribers Saturday.
The race finished with audio only, and then video came back just before FS1 threw to college football.
The announcer feed went out for a few minutes, sparking some complaints.
"Can you hear me? You got me now? Hello?...I'm so fucking sick of this shit." "I told you, the phone's old!" "Why is it always the fucking handset?" "It's not! It's an old battery! That phone is like 60 years old!"
Romo's mic went off the air for a while, which funnily enough, came right after he wondered if Nantz jinxed Gostkowski.
Shroff's voice vanished from the telecast for several minutes.
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