College football fans are furious with NBC for its choice of broadcast booth in Notre Dame’s Week 7 contest against USC.

Jac Collinsworth and Jason Garrett are on the call for this game. That duo is in the booth for most Notre Dame home contests, although that wasn’t the case when the Fighting Irish faced Ohio State earlier this season. Noah Eagle and Todd Blackledge were on the call for that game while Collinsworth and Garrett called Maryland-Michigan State.

Collinsworth, the son of former NFL wide receiver and current NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth, is in his second season as the primary play-by-play man for Notre Dame games on NBC.

Garrett is also in his second season calling Notre Dame games for NBC. He joined the network in 2022 after a lengthy career as coach in the NFL that included a stint with the Dallas Cowboys.

NBC’s broadcast has also received criticism for its production in other areas, too. Fans have noted confusion with the imaginary line-of-scrimmage that NBC deploys on its broadcasts. While most networks use a neutral color to identify the line of scrimmage, NBC has opted to make the line match the primary color of the team who has possession.

As for the broadcast booth itself, fans were critical of the lack of energy from Collinsworth and Garrett for a game of this magnitude.

Here’s some of the reaction from fans and media to NBC’s broadcast on Saturday night of Notre Dame vs. USC:

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