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Idaho Press-Tribune • SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2010
NO2BRONCOSVSWARRIORS
TODAY: HAWAII (7-2, 5-0 WAC) AT NO. 2 BOISE STATE (7-0, 3-0 WAC), BRONCO STADIUM, 1:30 P.M.; TV: ESPNU; RADIO: 670 AM, 96.9 FM
“It’s the last team we lost to
in the WAC — enough said.”
—Boise State safety Jeron Johnson
TAKING A STAND
INSIDE SPORTS SECTION: High school football results
H
awaii may be treat-
ing this as a WAC
championship game,
but today’s game at Bronco
Stadium is hardly the end of
the season.
Things are just starting to
get interesting for Boise State.
After six weeks and four
sub-par opponents, Boise State
fnally has reached the consis-
tently solid part of its schedule.
Today it’s offensive-power
Hawaii.
Please see Fox, inside
Enjoy the next month of
football while you can
Tom Fox
By Dave Southorn
dsouthorn@idahopress.com
© 2010 Idaho Press-Tribune
BOISE — On both sidelines
today, there is no doubt of the
importance.
Boise State and Hawaii are
both undefeated in Western
Athletic Conference play, with
both teams riding serious mo-
mentum.
The Broncos have not lost
a conference game since 2007,
which happened to be against
the Warriors. In their two re-
maining WAC games, the War-
riors face cellar-dwelling San
Jose State and New Mexico
State.
Please see BSU, inside
Broncos, Warriors are
WAC’s only unbeatens
Moore, Pettis nearing
school records
Kellen Moore and Aus-
tin Pettis could reach
the top of Boise State’s
record books today. See
Bronco Bites inside
Five keys for Boise
State against Hawaii
The Broncos will need
to pressure Hawaii’s QB
and tackle well. Inside
IPT file photo
Jeron Johnson and Boise State face the nation’s top-ranked passing offense when the Broncos meet the Hawaii Warriors in a game that will go a long way in determining the WAC champion at Bronco Stadium.
330029
2 Austin Pettis, Sr., 6-3, 203
82 Geraldo Hiwat, Fr., 6-4, 195
1 Titus Young, Sr., 5-11, 175
18 Aaron Burks, Fr., 6-2, 187 WR
89 Tyler Shoemaker, Jr., 6-1, 215
3 Chris Potter, So., 5-9, 160
73 Nate Potter, Jr., 6-6, 300
78 Charles Leno, Fr., 6-2, 272 LT
WR
61 Joe Kellogg, So., 6-2, 299
75 Faraji Wright, So., 6-3, 282 LG
66 Thomas Byrd, Jr., 5-11, 281
79 Bronson Durrant, So., 6-3, 264 C
59 Will Lawrence, Sr., 6-2, 291
55 Chuck Hayes, Jr., 6-2, 289 RG
72 Matt Slater, Sr., 6-4, 267
64 Brenel Myers, So., 6-2, 272 RT
80 Kyle Efaw, Jr., 6-4, 232
87 Gabe Linehan, Fr., 6-3, 233 TE
11 Kellen Moore, Jr., 6-0, 191
7 Mike Coughlin, Sr., 6-5, 221 QB
22 Doug Martin, Jr., 5-9, 212
27 Jeremy Avery, Sr., 5-9, 174 RB
WR
OFFENSIVE TWO-DEEP
3 Rodney Bailey, Sr., 6-0, 190
2 Lyle Fitte, So., 5-8, 185
1 Greg Salas, Sr., 6-2, 210
34 Jeremiah Ostrowski, So., 5-9, 175 WR
51 Austin Hansen, Jr., 6-4, 305
70 Kainoa LaCount, Sr., 6-6, 330
63 Brysen Ginlack, Sr., 6-2, 310
76 Brett Leonard, Jr., 6-5, 310 LG
LT
75 Bronson Tiwanak, Sr., 6-1, 295
56 Matagisila Lefti, Jr., 6-0, 285 C
66 Adrian Thomas, Sr., 6-6, 305
69 Andrew Faaumu, Jr., 6-3, 305 RG
50 Laupepa Letuli, Sr., 6-4, 325
70 Kainoa LaCount, Sr., 6-6, 330 RT
21 Kealoha Pilares, Sr., 5-11, 205
6 Dustin Blount, Sr., 5-6, 160 WR
81 Royce Pollard, Jr., 6-0, 175
7 Billy Ray Stutzmann, Fr., 6-0, 165 WR
17 Bryant Moniz, Jr., 6-0, 200
16 Brent Rausch, Sr., 6-4, 185 QB
25 Alex Green, Sr., 6-2, 230
26 Chizzy Dimude, Sr., 5-10, 200 RB
WR
OFFENSIVE TWO-DEEP
98 Ryan Winterswyk, Sr., 6-4, 270
40 Tyrone Crawford, Jr., 6-4, 275
90 Billy Winn, Jr., 6-4, 288
43 Ricky Tjonge-A-Tjoe, Fr., 6-3, 292 DT
97 Chase Baker, Jr., 6-1, 295
50 J.P. Nisby, Jr., 6-1, 301
92 Shea McClellin, Jr., 6-3, 254
96 Jarrell Root, Jr., 6-3, 257 DE
NT
94 Byron Hout, Jr., 6-0, 223
52 Derrell Acrey, Sr., 6-1, 238
MLB
36 Aaron Tevis, Jr., 6-3, 232 OR
48 J.C. Percy, So., 6-0, 217
WLB
23 Jeron Johnson, Sr., 5-11, 198
30 Travis Stanaway, Jr., 5-11, 191 S
8 George Iloka, Jr., 6-3, 209
16 Cedric Febis, Jr., 6-3, 204 S
25 Hunter White, Jr., 5-11, 217
5 Jason Robinson, Sr., 5-11, 194 N
21 Jamar Taylor, So., 5-11, 191
4 Jerrell Gavins, Jr., 5-9, 174 CB
13 Brandyn Thompson, Sr., 5-10, 177
37 Ebo Makinde, Fr., 5-10, 171 CB
DE
DEFENSIVE TWO-DEEP
90 Elliott Purcell, Sr., 6-3, 250
98 Liko Satele, Jr., 6-2, 260
95 Vaughn Meatoga, Jr., 6-2, 285
47 Zach Masch, Jr., 6-2, 285 DT
49 Kaniela Tuipulotu, Jr., 6-2, 300
99 Haku Correa, So., 6-1, 280
94 Kamalu Umu, Sr., 6-3, 270
42 Paipai Falemalu, So., 6-3, 240 DE
DT
55 George Daily-Lyles, Fr., 5-11, 235
50 Mana Lolotai, Jr., 6-0, 245
MLB
24 Aaron Brown, Jr., 6-1, 220
40 Po’okela Ahmad, Sr., 6-1, 210
SLB
41 Corey Paredes, Jr., 5-11, 235
57 Art Laurel, Fr., 6-0, 230
WLB
43 Mana Silva, Sr., 6-1, 210
37 Kenny Estes, Jr., 6-0, 210 FS
19 Richard Torres, Jr., 5-8, 180
33 John Hardy-Tuliau, Fr., 5-11, 165 SS
8 Jeramy Bryant, Sr., 5-10, 175
7 Lewis Walker, So., 5-11, 175 CB
33 John Hardy-Tuliau, Fr., 5-11, 165
28 Jordan Homes, So., 5-10, 180 N
DE
DEFENSIVE TWO-DEEP
BOISESTATE
BRONCOS
HAWAII
WARRIORS
HAWAII COACH
GREG MCMACKIN
Years: Third season
Career record: 44-30-1
Record at Hawaii: 20-16
Noteworthy: McMackin
was Hawaii’s defensive
coordinator in 1999 and
from 2007-08. He has
coached with two NFL
teams and was Oregon
Tech’s head coach from
1986-89.
On Boise State: “Boise
State obviously is an
excellent team. Their
program has just gone
over the top. They’re
very well coached.
They have good, smart
players.”
PLAYER TO WATCH
HAWAII LB: COREY PAREDES
BOISE STATE
COACH
CHRIS PETERSEN
Years: Fifth season
Career record: 56-4
Record at Boise
State: 56-4
Noteworthy: Petersen
has won the Bear
Bryant coach of the
year award following
the 2006 and 2009
seasons.
On Hawaii: “I think this
is an exciting time. They
have a team as hot as
anyone in the country.
Their quarterback is
playing as good as
anyone. We’ve got our
hands full.”
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2010 • Idaho Press-Tribune
COLLEGEGAMEDAY
SPORTS
2010 SCHEDULE
Sept. 6 vs. Virginia Tech W, 33-30
Sept. 18 at Wyoming W, 51-6
Sept. 25 vs. Oregon State W, 37-24
Oct. 2 at New Mexico St. W, 59-0
Oct. 9 vs. Toledo W, 57-14
Oct. 16 at San Jose St. W, 48-0
Oct. 26 vs. La. Tech W, 49-20
Today vs. Hawaii, ESPNU 1:30 p.m.
Nov. 12 at Idaho, ESPN2 7 p.m.
Nov. 19 vs. Fresno St., ESPN2 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 26 at Nevada, ESPN2 8:15 p.m.
Dec. 4 vs. Utah State 1 p.m.
2010 LEADERS 2010 LEADERS
Rushing Rush Yds TD
Doug Martin 95 694 6
Jeremy Avery 46 221 6
D.J. Harper 18 160 2
Team 269 1,500 20
Opponent 255 528 6
Passing Com-Att Yds TD Int
Kellen Moore 125-179 1,865 18 2
Joe Southwick 12-18 185 1 0
Opponent 68-120 813 5 5
Receiving Rec Yds TD
Titus Young 37 650 4
Austin Pettis 30 442 5
Tyler Shoemaker 17 290 3
Kyle Efaw 12 168 3
Doug Martin 11 161 1
Defense Solo Ast Total TFL
Jeron Johnson 18 21 39 1.0
J.C. Percy 16 22 38 3.0
George Iloka 28 10 38 1.0
Byron Hout 13 16 29 3.5
Winston Venable 11 14 25 3.0
Sacks: S. McClellin 4.5-17, B. Winn 3.0-27,
T. Crawford 2.5-20, C. Baker 2.5-18
Interceptions: S. McClellin 1-36, A. Tevis 1-43,
Four with 1-0 apiece
Rushing Rush Yds TD
Alex Green 81 562 11
Chizzy Dimude 32 213 1
Bryant Moniz 50 114 2
Team 192 866 14
Opponent 350 1,279 12
Passing Com-Att Yds TD Int
Bryant Moniz 238-362 3,247 25 7
Shane Austin 9-17 166 2 0
Opponent 159-275 1,786 14 14
Receiving Rec Yds TD
Greg Salas 81 1,236 8
Kealoha Pilares 64 945 12
Royce Pollard 38 489 3
Rodney Bradley 28 326 1
Alex Green 19 253 1
Defense Solo Ast Total TFL
Corey Paredes 57 50 107 3.0
Mana Silva 33 23 56 2.0
Aaron Brown 34 18 52 6.0
Lametrius Davis 27 12 39 1.0
Richard Torres 26 12 38 1.0
John Hardy-Tuliau 21 14 35 3.0
Sacks: A. Brown 3.0-14, K. Umu, Z. Masch 2
Interceptions: M. Silva 5-34; J. Bryant 4-96,
C. Paredes 3-0, P. Ahmad, R. Torres 1 apiece
From a walk-on to one of the nation’s most prolific tacklers, Corey
Paredes’ ascent has been pretty remarkable.
In 2008 as a redshirt freshman, he had three tackles, but earned
a scholarhip before last season, when he had 54 tackles
and four sacks. This season, through nine games, he
has 107 tackles, which is fourth-best in the nation.
“I think he kind of epitomizes what Hawaii’s all
about, just aggressive, he flies around,” Boise
State coach Chris Petersen said. “He’s a very pas-
sionate player and a guy you’d love to have
on your team. That’s probably the best
compliment you can give him.”
The junior linebacker is a team cap-
tain, and also has picked off three
passes this season.
“I can’t say enough great things
about him,” Hawaii coach Greg
McMackin said.
The 5-foot-11, 235-pounder
takes the route many leaders
do for success — deflect-
ing credit to others.
“The coaches are get-
ting me in the right
spots,” Paredes
said.
—Dave
Southorn/IPT
Photos courtesy
University of Hawaii
PLAYER TO WATCH
BOISE STATE WR: TYLER SHOEMAKER
NATIONAL RANKINGS
Scoring off. Scoring def. Total off. Total def.
47.7 ppg 13.4 ppg 515.9 ypg 236.4 ypg
2nd 3rd 5th 3rd
NATIONAL RANKINGS
Scoring off. Scoring def. Total off. Total def.
39.2 ppg 22.3 ppg 491.7 ypg 340.6 ypg
11th 47th 7th 39th
IPT
photos
2010 SCHEDULE
Sept. 2 vs. USC L, 49-36
Sept. 11 at Army W, 31-28
Sept. 18 at Colorado L, 31-13
Sept. 25 vs. Charleston Southern W, 66-7
Oct. 2 vs. Louisiana Tech W, 41-21
Oct. 9 at Fresno State W, 49-27
Oct. 16 vs. Nevada W, 27-21
Oct. 23 at Utah State W, 45-7
Oct. 30 vs. Idaho W, 45-10
Today at Boise State, ESPNU 1:30 p.m.
Nov. 20 vs. San Jose State 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 27 at New Mexico State 1 p.m.
Dec. 4 vs. UNLV 8:30 p.m.
With Louisiana Tech’s safeties creeping up on Boise State’s pair
of senior standout receivers, the middle of the field was open
for Tyler Shoemaker. Naturally, Kellen Moore saw that, and
connected with the junior six times for 124 yards, both
career bests.
“I think it’s a big role, and I am glad there’s trust in me
to contribute,” Shoemaker said.
On a team known for keeping defenses off balance,
having a third receiver to make plays in traffic goes
a long way toward putting up copious amounts of
points.
“There’s not many teams that have three
receivers like we do that can make plays on
a nightly basis,” senior Austin Pettis said.
After struggling a bit in spring practices
while coming back from a hernia injury
he suffered late last season, Shoemaker
stepped up big-time in fall camp, and
it has translated into 17 catches for 290
yards and three TDs thus far.
“The No. 1 thing is just catching the ball
— he’s just catching it cleaner,” coach Chris
Petersen said. “On top of that, he’s making
tougher catches.”
A standout at Mountain View High,
Shoemaker had interest from Ivy League
schools, but opted to stay home and
walk on at Boise State. Now on schol-
arship, and bound to be Moore’s top
returning receiver in 2011, consider the
decision a sound one.
“When you have choices, and you realize
you made the right one, it’s an incredible
feeling,” Shoemaker said.
—Dave Southorn/IPT
Idaho Press-Tribune • SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2010
COLLEGEGAMEDAY
SPORTS
BRONCOBITES
n Two big school records are likely
to fall today — Kellen Moore needs
one touchdown pass to set the
school mark with 83, and Austin
Pettis needs two receptions to
surpass Don Hutt's record of 189
career catches.
n Moore's passer rating of 188.3
is tops in the nation, and on pace to
set the NCAA mark, set by Hawaii's
Colt Brennan in 2007 (186.0).
n Hawaii is 74th in red-zone of-
fense, converting 80 percent of its
attempts. Boise State is second in
red-zone defense (53).
n The Boise State defense has
forced opposing offenses into 35
three-and-outs, which is the ffth
most in the country.
n Senior tight end Tommy
Gallarda will miss the rest of the
regular season with a broken foot.
It is the third straight year a senior
tight end has suffered a broken foot.
Gallarda has 25 career receptions
and nine TDs.
n Hawaii walk-on senior LB Kapono
Rawlins-Crivello was a member
of the BSU football team in 2006
(redshirt) and 2007 (two tackles).
He has not recorded any stats this
season.
FIVEKEYS
For Boise State
1. Wrap up. Facing a Hawaii team with
talented receivers that often catch short
passes, the Broncos will have to quickly
take them down or risk long gains
should they miss a tackle or two.
2. Put on some pressure. It sounds
simple, and it is: Against a team that
loves to throw, nothing disrupts bet-
ter than a good pass rush. With stud
DEs, the Broncos will lean on them to
get in Bryant Moniz’s face early and
often.
3. Protect, protect. The Broncos
will put a big emphasis on holding
onto the ball this week. Hawaii is No.
2 in the nation in takeaways, having
forced 26 turnovers. Another way to
help that will be to continue to protect
Kellen Moore, who has been sacked
just twice.
4. On Martin, on Avery ... In Ha-
waii’s frst three games, it lost twice,
giving up 748 yards on the ground.
In all three, USC, Army and Colorado
had multiple rushing threats. Look for
Doug Martin, Jeremy Avery, and even
Matt Kaiserman to give the Warriors
different looks in the backfeld.
5. Take advantage. Hawaii will take
some chances to create turnovers.
The Broncos would be wise to use
that aggression against them with
screens, draws or a trick play.
Continued from the front
“I look at this game as the WAC
championship game,” Hawaii line-
backer Corey Paredes said. “... It’s
going to be a showdown.”
For Boise State, it is the frst big
test since Sept. 25’s game against
Oregon State, and a battle against a
team scoring 45.5 points per game
during its six-game winning streak.
The Warriors also represent the
spectre of an empty spot in the
Broncos’ trophy case, the only team
to win the WAC title other than Boi-
se State since 2002.
“It’s the last team we lost to in the
WAC — enough said,” Boise State
senior safety Jeron Johnson said.
Motivation is hardly lacking for
Hawaii, especially considering last
season’s meeting between the two
teams, a 54-9 throttling by the Bron-
cos in Honolulu.
“It’s pushing us a lot, the loss we
had to them at home last year has
given us a lot of motivation,” Pare-
des said.
Most of the battles between the
two teams have been tight, howev-
er, including a 27-7 Boise State win
at Bronco Stadium two years ago,
aided by fve Hawaii interceptions.
In 2007, it was a 39-27 Hawaii win
on Oahu and in 2006 in Boise, the
Broncos pulled out a 41-34 win.
Boise State coach Chris Petersen,
never one to overstate things, said
comparisons could be drawn to the
Warriors’ 2007 Sugar Bowl squad,
and even ventured to say a Warriors
win tonight would all but assure the
conference crown.
“I look at their schedule and I say
this is it for them,” Petersen said.
Of course, any team aspiring to
win the WAC must go through the
Broncos, and for the Warriors, that
means going through Boise State on
its home turf, where a conference
loss has not occurred since 1998.
“We all know the stakes, it’s a big
game for us, for our program — it’s
a big opportunity,” Hawaii quarter-
back Bryant Moniz said.
Petersen called Hawaii one of
the nation’s hottest teams, and the
Warriors feel they are meeting the
Broncos at the right time.
“We’re peaking as a football
team,” Hawaii coach Greg McMack-
in said. “I’d rather play them now
than at the frst of the season.”
Tonight’s game features strengths
versus strengths, as two of the top
seven offenses in the nation face off.
Hawaii has the nation’s top passing
game (395.4 ypg), while Boise State
is eighth against the pass (161 ypg).
Something’s gotta give, right?
The defense’s senior leader,
Johnson, said Tuesday the defensive
backs are putting the game on their
shoulders, hoping to duplicate the
six turnovers the Broncos forced
last season against the Warriors.
“We know we have two inter-
ceptions on the season,” Johnson
said. “We know we have to step up
and make some plays.”
Players and coaches on both
teams know the stakes, and with
the Broncos departing next season
for the Mountain West, they want to
leave the WAC where they’ve been
so many times — on top. Tonight’s
game marks what will be the fnal
matchup for the foreseeable future,
and ending the series with a win
would be savored for awhile.
“It’s nice to get a lot better com-
petition coming here, I know a lot
of guys are excited to play Hawaii
since they’ve been so successful this
year,” Boise State receiver Austin
Pettis said. “It’s a nice little rivalry.”
For Hawaii, a win tonight means
rather smooth sailing to a WAC title.
For Boise State, it will continue a
run to the BCS, and it’s the kind of
game that will help prepare it for a
gauntlet of tough November games
(at Idaho, vs. Fresno State, at Ne-
vada).
“In college football, as we see
week in and week out, it’s all
about the emotion,” Petersen said.
“Those are all going to be emotional
games.”
BSU
Greg Kreller/IPT
Boise State defensive tackle Chase Baker (97) tries to bring down Louisiana Tech quarterback Ross Jenkins in the Broncos’ 49-20 victory
on Oct. 26 at Bronco Stadium.
Continued from the front
Next week, the Broncos
play a rivalry game at Idaho,
followed by a home game
against Fresno State and a
road game at Nevada.
Boise State wraps up its
fnal WAC season in Logan on
Dec. 4 against Utah State.
Starting at 1:30 p.m.
today, these are the types of
games that matter, the games
that fans can get excited to
watch.
Each and every game this
month should be entertain-
ing, and quite possibly
competitive. That’s better
than beating New Mexico
State, Toledo, San Jose State
and Louisiana Tech by a
combined 213-34.
Watching ESPN roll out
BCS standings each Sunday
has been much more enter-
taining than those games.
So, enjoy today. Enjoy the
next month of competitive
college football while it lasts.
Next year, it might not be
the same.
Boise State is uprooting
and moving to the Mountain
West Conference. And last
I heard, there is no string of
games like this on next year’s
schedule. There is no game
against Hawaii and no rivalry
against Idaho on schedule.
Fresno State and Nevada
games could lose luster
without a conference title at
stake in 2011. Both schools
will join the Broncos in the
Mountain West in 2012.
Utah will be in the Pac-10
next year, BYU will be out on
its own and there’s talk TCU
could jump to the Big East.
So, if Boise State ends
this season in another BCS
game or —gasp —the BCS
championship, we’ll know
the Broncos had some help
in the strength of schedule
department.
And it will be then that
Boise State can say these
teams, and this league, will
be missed.
Fox
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* 4 61L ß0¡0 FNß L00IFMLk¡ 6ß00F * 81k6 * ßLL018
RP........................................
$
25,170
FactoRy RR Rebate.....................
$
1,000
actoRy bonus RR Rebate..............
$
1,000
discount FRoM MsRP..........
$
1,500
$
21,670
you save
$
Jä00 off msrp
STK#11T1122
new 2011 ford escape xlt
12new
escapes to
choose
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* ¡ßßILLß ¡0N * ¥ 0N 0N I8¡ß ß I8¡ß I8¡ß 00f * ß 00f 00f Lßß ¥ILN 6 ILN ILN ßMLßß * ßMLßß ßMLßß L0ß0L0l
MsRP.........................................
$
37,730
FactoRy RR Rebate......................
$
1,000
FactoRy bonus RR Rebate.........
$
500
discount FRoM MsRP...........
$
3,000
$
33,230
new 2011 ford edge awd sel
you save
$
4ä00 off msrp STK#11T1239
MsRP ......................................
$
42,960
FactoRy RR Rebate....................
$
2,500
Facto FF Ry bonus RR Rebate.............
$
1,000
FMcRebate...................................
$
1,000
discount FRoM MsRP..........
$
4,000
$
34,460
STK#10T1881
you save
$
8,500 off msrp
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* LLß¡hLß, ßM/fM/60 * ß0kkIk6 60ßß08 * L0ß0L0 * L0ß0L0
kLN Z010 f0ß0 f1ä0 4I4 LßßIß¡ 80FLß6ßLN
o% apr
f0ß ë0 M08
available
o.a.c.**
40
f150s in
8¡06kl
new 2010 ford mustang gt
STK#10P1340
$
27,500
* ¥8 * ä 8FLL0 Mßk0ßL * Mßk0ßL Mßk0ßL ßM/ ßM ßM fM // / fM fM 60 //
* J.7J ßILL * F0NLß L00IFMLk¡ 6ß00F
* L0ß0L0
o% apr
for 72 mos
available
o.a.c.**
15 new
mustangs
to choose
sRP ......................................
$
21,295
FactoRy RR Rebate....................
$
1,000
actoRy t RR Rade assist RR Rebate..
$
1,000
discount FRoM MsRP..........
$
1,300
$
17,995
you save
$
JJ00 off msrp
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F0NLß L00IFMLk¡ 6ß00F
L0ß0L0l
25
fusions to
choose
STK#11P1076
new 2011 ford fusion
o% apr
f0ß ë0 M08
available
o.a.c.**
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