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Notre Dame Fans Continue To Hate NBC's New Camera Angle

A general view of Notre Dame's football stadium.

SOUTH BEND, IN - OCTOBER 11: A general view of Notre Dame Stadium as the Notre Dame Fighting Irish take on the North Carolina Tar Heels on October 11, 2014 in South Bend, Indiana. Notre Dame defeated North Carolina 50-43. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Last weekend, Notre Dame fans crushed NBC for its choice of camera angle for the game against New Mexico. Despite opening the game with a touchdown, fans were less than happy with the view they had from their respective seats.

Well, that unhappiness has traveled to this weekend as well.

NBC appears to be using a sideline angle, but not from the stands as usual. Instead, the camera pivots down to see plays close to the sideline, which creates a very weird visual for fans watching at home.

Fighting Irish fans watching their team take on No. 18 Virginia are not happy with the camera angles, and they're letting everyone know.

Instead of using a camera-person in the stands, the network appears to be using a camera hooked up to cables along the sideline.

The network likely sank a decent sum of money into the device and wants to make sure they put it to use. Regardless, fans continue to voice their displeasure with the choice.

Notre Dame responded to an early Virginia touchdown with one of its own. The Fighting Irish and Cavaliers are tied at 7 apiece with just over two minutes left in the first quarter.

Stay tuned for the latest.