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Chargers/Dolphins Game Will Be Blacked Out in San Diego

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Here's a sight most won't see on Sunday: Chargers football.  (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
Here's a sight most won't see on Sunday: Chargers football. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
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Per Bill Johnston, the head of PR for the San Diego Chargers, this Sunday's home game against the Miami Dolphins will be blacked out in the local Southern California market. There were several home black outs last season as well, and if memory serves the Bolts were undefeated at home when they were blacked out. Perhaps it's a good omen.

Bill also mentioned in his tweet that there are still 6,500 tickets available for this Sunday's game. Had a few thousand more tickets been sold by now, the Chargers would've had a chance for the 24-hour extension to sell out and avoid this mess. Hopefully this is the last blackout of the season for the Bolts, because you-know-who is watching.

If you have the means to escape paradise for a weekend to somewhere outside of Southern California, please let us know how the boys' uniforms look. Otherwise, the only way to actually see the game is to buy tickets. You can do so right here, with tickets to this game starting at $42.

If you like radio, the game will be broadcast live on Rock 105.3 FM and XTRA Sports 1360 AM locally and you won't find a better San Diego sports announcer than Josh Lewin (in my opinion).