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Via @MarcTorrenceWhat do you do when you are the famous photobomb guy? Get the entire stadium to photobomb the Tennessee Alabama game. Be prepared for this madness at 1:30 pm EST. Make sure you tune in.The Alabama Crimson Tide take on the Tennessee Volunteers today in Alabama and it looks like photobomb guy had some seats reserved for him. This is what happens when you become an internet celebrity.
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