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Super Bowl 2018 Stadium Fans Face Bizarre Debacle Of Sitting Tall In The Saddle

Super Bowl 2018 will be flooded with folks from every corner of the nation who will come by air, highway, or railway to get to the biggest sporting event of the year and all of them will have one strange thing in common. This year the fans might appear much taller to those of you at home watching the Super Bowl when the cameras pan the stadium seats, according to The Weather Channel’s live report on Sunday morning.
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