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NBC Blames 30-Second Super Bowl Blackout on ‘Equipment Failure’

About 100 million people thought something was up with their TVs midway through the second quarter of Super Bowl LII tonight when their screens went black. At 7:38 p.m. ET, after the Patriots scored their second field goal of the game, the network went to a commercial break. But instead of a commercial, there was...
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