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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 03, 2016
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We end tonight with a man who shares a Super Bowl record. He's one of only four men to take a snap at every Super Bowl game. Here's John Blackstone. The Super Bowl won in 1967 the very first Super Bowl touchdown was captured by a photographer just 15 years old. John Biever. I had Max McGee his first touchdown kind of a wide shot showing showing empty stands in the background. The stands were not full time from the Super Bowl and not. Since then, Biever has photographed every Super Bowl. Here's J...
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John Blackstone
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