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ESPN Is Having Technical Problems With The Nebraska Game

A Nebraska cheerleader cheers in the end zone against Troy.

LINCOLN, NE - SEPTEMBER 15: A cheerleader for the Nebraska Cornhuskers performs before the game against the Troy Trojans at Memorial Stadium on September 15, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)

The 2019 college football season is here.

Fans across the nation watched Miami and Florida get the party started last weekend, but now get to watch their own teams.

Among the fans trying to watch their team in action today are the Nebraska Cornhusker fans. Nebraska took the field against South Alabama for the first game of the season.

However, for the fans not at the game, the video feed went dark for a minute before ESPN realized it was having technical issues.

The Worldwide Leader cut to the game between Florida State and Boise State instead.

It's safe to say fans watching from home were less than pleased with the series of unfortunate events.

After a few minutes away from the game, ESPN eventually regained the feed.

No. 24 Nebraska has a 7-0 lead over South Alabama in the early action. Scott Frost and company are rolling on offense early and the defense has been stout.

Stay tuned for the latest between these two teams.