* HEADLINES *
THE FIGHTING SAINTS TRIUMPHANT – Nearly every week of college football season brings at least one NAIA team upsetting a team from NCAA Division Two or even Division ONE. Yesterday the UNIVERSITY OF ST FRANCIS (IL) FIGHTING SAINTS were on the road against NCAA Division TWO’s LINCOLN (MO) UNIVERSITY BLUE TIGERS and stunned them in a 13-10 game for the ages. ### And the NAIA’s (1) MARIAN UNIVERSITY KNIGHTS toppled Division TWO’s visiting UNIVERSITY OF INDIANAPOLIS GREYHOUNDS in a 28-22 Instant Classic.
THE SCOTS GO BUCCANEER HUNTING – NCAA Division Three’s MARYVILLE COLLEGE SCOTS traveled to take on NCAA Division ONE’s East Tennessee State Buccaneers, who are in their very first year of intercollegiate football. A 21-21 Halftime tie was followed by a scoreless 3rd Quarter but in the 4th the Scots prevailed by a final tally of 28-21.
NUMBER TWO TAKES A FALL – In D2 the WEST TEXAS A&M BUFFALOES welcomed the 2nd ranked defending champions of D2 football – the COLORADO STATE AT PUEBLO THUNDERWOLVES. The 1st Quarter ended in a 14-7 lead for the Buffaloes but the Thunderwolves had seized a 17-14 edge by the Half. The teams exchanged 7 points each in the 3rd Quarter but in the 4th West Texas A&M outscored CSU-Pueblo 10-6 for a 31-30 triumph.
NUMBER FOUR GETS TOPPLED – In the NAIA the MONTANA TECH OREDIGGERS played host to the 4th ranked (and dynastic) CARROLL COLLEGE FIGHTING SAINTS. The Orediggers made their own case to be ranked in the next Top 25 Poll by dragging down the storied Fighting Saints by a final count of 19-10.
MOREHOUSE CAME CLOSE – NCAA Division Two’s MOREHOUSE COLLEGE MAROON TIGERS took it on the road against NCAA Division ONE’s University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Golden Lions yesterday. The Maroon Tigers made it a game to remember, battling the Golden Lions through Regulation and THREE OVERTIME PERIODS before missing a 2-point conversion attempt. The final score was Golden Lions 29 Maroon Tigers 27.
NUMBER FIVE GOES DOWN – Also in D2 the (21) GRAND VALLEY STATE LAKERS visited the (5) OHIO DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY PANTHERS in a case of Old Football Powers traveling to face New Football Powers. This nailbiter turned out to be one of the best games of the day and in the end the Lakers went back home boasting a 27-24 victory over the Panthers.
CATAWBA SURPRISES DAVIDSON – Division Two’s CATAWBA COLLEGE INDIANS were on the road for a battle with NCAA Division ONE’s Davidson University Wildcats. The Indians did their part for D2 pride in this gridiron battle. After 4 bruising Quarters of smash-mouth football Catawba College came out on top against Davidson University by a final score of 35-21.
MECHANICS OVER THE JAGUARS – From the USCAA (United States Collegiate Athletic Association) the WILLIAMSON TRADE SCHOOL MECHANICS hosted the JERSEY COAST ACADEMY JAGUARS. The Mechanics got off to a 12-0 lead before the Jaguars came back for an 18-12 advantage of their own. From there Head Coach Dan Drake’s Williamson team regained the momentum in the 4th Quarter for a 24-18 victory.
* NAIA VS NCAA D3 *
THIS GAME WAS FOR THE BIRDS – The NAIA’s CONCORDIA (MI) CARDINALS squared off against NCAA Division 3’s homestanding ANDERSON UNIVERSITY RAVENS. This was a tale of two Halves as the Cardinals and Ravens went blow for blow at first with Concordia on top by just 28-26 at Halftime. After the break the Cardinals took full control, shutting out Anderson U while piling on 14 more points themselves for an authoritative 42-26 victory.
THRILLER IN AUSTIN – The NAIA’s SOUTHWESTERN ASSEMBLIES OF GOD UNIVERSITY LIONS likewise notched a road win over an NCAA D3 opponent – in their case the AUSTIN COLLEGE KANGAROOS. The Lions kept the crowd at Jerry Apple Stadium on edge, leading the Kangaroos 6-0 in the 1st Quarter, 13-7 at Halftime and 13-10 in the 3rd on their way to a 20-17 win. SAGU Running Back Ricky Bickham rushed for 135 yards and 2 Touchdowns.
BLAZING A TRAIL TO VICTORY – Another NAIA team was on the road against an NCAA D3 team. The NAIA’s WAYLAND BAPTIST UNIVERSITY PIONEERS defeated their hosts, D3’s HOWARD PAYNE UNIVERSITY YELLOW JACKETS. The Pioneers trailed 7-6 after 1 Quarter of play but exploded in the 2nd to take a 27-10 lead by the break. The score stood at 44-20 to start the 4th Quarter with Wayland Baptist going on to win the game 44-34. Pioneers QB Payson Bain threw for 233 yds and 3 TD’s.
MAYHEM IN MILWAUKEE – The NAIA’s TRINITY INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY TROJANS traveled to face D3’s WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE WARRIORS. The Trojans held a 21-12 advantage at Halftime but the Warriors cut that to a 24-19 edge to end the 3rd Quarter. In the 4th Trinity International allowed Wisconsin Lutheran to tie the game at 27-27 and force Overtime. In the extra session the Trojans scored 7 points then shut out the Warriors for a 34-27 triumph. TIU’s Quarterback JJ Burmeister notched 259 yds and 3 TD’s through the air.
THE HENDRIX COLLEGE EXPERIENCE – “Are you experienced?” was the question of the day as NCAA Division 3’s HENDRIX COLLEGE WARRIORS welcomed the NAIA’s LYON COLLEGE SCOTS, who were playing in just their 3rd ever intercollegiate football game. The Warriors showed the Scots the difference that even a few years of experience makes as they converted a 14-0 1st Quarter lead into a FORTY-TWO to SEVEN beatdown of their guests. Hendrix QB Seth Peters had 3 Touchdowns on 154 passing yards.
SLAUGHTER IN TYLER, TX – NCAA Division 3’s EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIVERSITY TIGERS took it on the road against the NAIA’s TEXAS COLLEGE STEERS. This game was a true laugher as the Tigers pummeled the perennially soft Steers in every way. East Texas Baptist led Texas College 42-7 by Halftime and coasted from there to a 56 to 14 blowout win. Tigers Quarterback Josh Warbington threw for 261 yards and 4 Touchdowns.
ONCE AGAIN THE WEEK GOES TO THE NAIA, THIS TIME FOUR GAMES TO TWO.
* UPSETS IN THE TOP TWENTY-FIVE *
NAIA – The GRACELAND UNIVERSITY YELLOW JACKETS welcomed the number 8 MIDAMERICA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY PIONEERS. Regulation ended in a 17-17 tie and in the extra session the Yellow Jackets shut out the Pioneers then scored a TD for a 23-17 upset win. ### The (24) WEBBER INTERNATIONAL WARRIORS toppled the (16) CAMPBELLSVILLE UNIVERSITY TIGERS 35-25 ### And the (20) ROBERT MORRIS (IL) EAGLES doubled up on the (17) VALLEY CITY STATE VIKINGS 28-14 in their own house.
NCAA DIVISION TWO – The NORTH GREENVILLE UNIVERSITY CRUSADERS dragged down their guests the (8) LENOIR- RHYNE BEARS in a savage 35-13 beatdown ### Meanwhile the HUMBOLDT STATE LUMBERJACKS shocked the homestanding (18) AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY COUGARS by a shootout score of 62-41 ### And the EMPORIA STATE HORNETS upset the visiting (19) UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI MULES 45-34.
NCAA DIVISION THREE – The traveling HARDIN- SIMMONS UNIVERSITY COWBOYS trailed the 18th ranked TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY BULLDOGS 14-7 in the 1st Quarter. By Halftime the Cowboys had grabbed a 20-14 advantage on their way to a 35-27 win. ### And the FRANKLIN & MARSHALL COLLEGE DIPLOMATS turned a 15-3 4th Quarter deficit into a 16-15 comeback win against the number 23 MUHLENBERG MULES.
* NAIA *
WHEN RANKED TEAMS CLASH – The (9) MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE VIKINGS visited the (25) BENEDICTINE COLLEGE RAVENS on Stars & Stripes Day. It took Overtime but in the end the Vikings emerged with a 34-31 victory. ### Meanwhile the (7) LINDSEY WILSON COLLEGE BLUE RAIDERS blackened White Out Cancer Day for the (11) GEORGETOWN (KY) TIGERS by beating them 24-17 ### And the (15) BAKER UNIVERSITY WILDCATS eviscerated the visiting (19) WILLIAM PENN UNIVERSITY STATESMEN by a score of FORTY-EIGHT to FOURTEEN!
TOTAL ANNIHILATION – The number 3 team in the nation – the MORNINGSIDE COLLEGE MUSTANGS played host to the NEBRASKA WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY PRAIRIE WOLVES yesterday. The Mustangs (whose former player Brandon Wegher is featured in a new NFL Network series) were very ungracious hosts, utterly destroying the Prairie Wolves to the tune of EIGHTY-SIX to TEN!
RANKED TEAMS IN CLOSE CALLS – The (2) SOUTHERN OREGON UNIVERSITY RAIDERS, the defending champs of NAIA football, survived a 38-35 visit from the EASTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY MOUNTAINEERS ### The (4) ST XAVIER UNIVERSITY COUGARS prevailed by a score of 24-21 in a thriller at the AVE MARIA UNIVERSITY GYRENES ### And the (10) FAULKNER UNIVERSITY EAGLES triumphed over their hosts the BLUEFIELD COLLEGE RAMBLING RAMS 47-35.
RANKED TEAMS ROLLING – The (18) LANGSTON UNIVERSITY LIONS hammered the homestanding BETHANY COLLEGE SWEDES by a count of 33-14 ### Meanwhile the (6) GRAND VIEW UNIVERSITY VIKINGS pillaged the visiting EVANGEL UNIVERSITY CRUSADERS 47-21 ### The (12) NORTHWESTERN (IA) COLLEGE RED RAIDERS dismembered their hosts the DORDT COLLEGE DEFENDERS 47-7 ### And the (22) DOANE TIGERS sent the MIDLAND WARRIORS home reeling from a 31-10 loss.
ONE POINT WONDER – In the Mid-States Football Association the LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY AT BELLEVILLE LYNX traveled to face the OLIVET NAZARENE UNIVERSITY TIGERS. The spectators definitely got their money’s worth as this was one of the best games of the day. When all was said and done the Lynx came through with a 24-23 triumph.
HALL OF FAME GAME – The ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BATTLIN’ BEARS welcomed the MONTANA STATE- NORTHERN LIGHTS for the 2015 edition of the Hall of Fame Game. The Battlin’ Bears compltely dominated this game on both sides of the ball, obliterating the Lights by a final tally of FORTY-SIX to NOTHING!
UNDER THE RADAR CLASSICS – The UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA-WESTERN BULLDOGS defeated the visiting COLLEGE OF IDAHO COYOTES in a 24-20 heartpounder. ### Meanwhile the SIENA HEIGHTS UNIVERSITY SAINTS won a 42-35 affair against the MISSOURI BAPTIST SPARTANS. ### And the POINT UNIVERSITY SKYHAWKS notched a tight 36-33 road win over the UNIVERSITY OF PIKEVILLE BEARS.
STUDENT ATHLETE RECOGNITION DAY – It was Student Athlete Recognition Day as the PERU STATE BOBCATS welcomed the AVILA UNIVERSITY EAGLES (formerly the Avalanche). The Bobcats made sure that the Eagles recognized them as the superior team, outperforming them in every way. In the end Peru State won easily by the blowout score of 44-10.
BATTLE OF FRESH FACES – The SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY FIRE and the WARNER UNIVERSITY ROYALS are both in Florida and are both still comparative newcomers to intercollegiate football. The Fire were on the road against the Royals yesterday and thoroughly thumped their hosts by the impressive score of 45-9.
* NCAA DIVISION TWO *
WHEN RANKED TEAMS CLASH – The 11th ranked DELTA STATE STATESMEN out of the Gulf South Conference (often called the SEC of D2 football) journeyed to take on the number 17 TEXAS A&M AT COMMERCE LIONS out of the Lone Star Conference. Both offenses were clicking but when all the dust had settled the Statesmen outscored the Lions for a 51-44 shootout win.
RANKED TEAMS IN CLOSE CALLS – The number 16 OUACHITA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY TIGERS welcomed the SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA SAVAGE STORM and eked out a 42-40 victory over them. ### And the 22nd ranked team in the country – the MICHIGAN TECH HUSKIES – barely survived a 28-27 home stand against the MALONE UNIVERSITY PIONEERS.
RANKED TEAMS IN BLOWOUTS – The 6th ranked PITTSBURG (KS) STATE GORILLAS clashed with the visiting LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY LIONS and tore them apart, doubling up on them 56-28 ### Meanwhile the number 7 NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE BEARCATS absolutely totaled their guests the MISSOURI- SOUTHERN LIONS 48-7 ### And the 9th ranked UNIVERSITY OF SIOUX FALLS COUGARS logged a 45-21 road beatdown of the MINNESOTA- CROOKSTON GOLDEN EAGLES.
UNDER THE RADAR CLASSICS – The MERCYHURST UNIVERSITY LAKERS managed to withstand a 37-35 invasion from the WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY GOLDEN RAMS ### The URBANA UNIVERSITY BLUE KNIGHTS triumphed on the road against the WEST VIRGINIA STATE YELLOW JACKETS 30-23 ### And the UNC-PEMBROKE BRAVES won a 14-10 visit to the FAYETTEVILLE STATE BRONCOS.
ALL-NAME GAMES – The WASHBURN UNIVERSITY ICHABODS were at home against the UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT KEARNEY LOPERS and spanked them to the tune of 34-14 ### And the TEXAS A&M AT KINGSVILLE JAVELINAS welcomed the MISSOURI S&T MINERS, then proceeded to hand them a 38-20 defeat.
WORKING OVERTIME – The MIDWESTERN STATE MUSTANGS found themselves on the road against the COLORADO MESA UNIVERSITY MAVERICKS. Four Quarters weren’t enough and it took an Overtime period before the Mustangs managed a 16-13 triumph. ### And the game pitting the ASHLAND UNIVERSITY EAGLES against the homestanding WALSH UNIVERSITY CAVALIERS was tied at 24-24 to end Regulation. After the extra session the Eagles went home with a 31-24 win.
NEWCOMERS NOTCHING WINS – Two teams that are still in the early years of their football programs both won their latest games yesterday. The LIMESTONE COLLEGE SAINTS hosted the KENTUCKY WESLEYAN COLLEGE PANTHERS and defeated them 39-34 ### And the ALDERSON- BROADDUS UNIVERSITY BATTLERS shut out the ST JOSEPH’S COLLEGE PUMAS 19-0.
ONE POINT WONDERS – The WAYNE STATE (MI) WARRIORS took the field against the visiting TRUMAN STATE BULLDOGS and won a 21-20 nailbiter ### Meanwhile the KUTZTOWN GOLDEN BEARS took a 34-33 road game against the INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA CRIMSON HAWKS ### And the FINDLAY UNIVERSITY OILERS downed the homestanding TARLETON STATE TEXANS 35-34.
HOME STANDS – The SOUTH DAKOTA M&T HARDROCKERS battled the BLACK HILLS STATE YELLOW JACKETS in a memorable tussle. The final score was Hardrockers 28 Yellow Jackets 26. ### And the DIXIE STATE RED STORM smacked around their guests the CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY WILDCATS by a score of 49-20.
ROAD WARRIORS – The UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY PEACOCKS served up a 34-16 loss to their hosts, the UNIVERSITY OF MARY MARAUDERS. ### Meanwhile the MCKENDREE UNIVERSITY BEARCATS mauled the WEST LIBERTY STATE HILLTOPPERS 50-27 in their own house ### And the SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY MULERIDERS crushed the NORTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA RANGERS in a 49-14 laugher.
* NCCAA *
SLAUGHTER IN SAINT PAUL – The NCCAA’s UNIVERSITY OF NORTHWESTERN (MN) EAGLES played host to the CROWN COLLEGE STORM. The Eagles led the Storm 7-0 in the 1st Quarter, 21-7 at the Half and 28-13 in the 3rd Quarter on their way to an authoritative 35-13 victory. Northwestern’s QB Grant Schoen threw for 227 yds and 2 Touchdowns.
DEFENSIVE EPIC – The SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY PIRATES took it on the road against the NCCAA’s MCMURRY UNIVERSITY WAR HAWKS. The War Hawks grabbed a quick 6-0 1st Quarter lead over the Pirates but by the break Southwestern U had moved out in front by a score of 7-6. Both defenses stepped up their game in the 2nd Half, permitting no further points to be scored. The Pirates notched a W by the earlier 7-6 tally. Their Running Back Dylan Wilburn rushed for 111 yards in the win.
BIRDFIGHT – The CARSON-NEWMAN UNIVERSITY EAGLES welcomed the NCCAA’s SHORTER UNIVERSITY HAWKS for a little brouhaha. The Eagles shoved the Hawks all over the field, suffocating them with defense and blasting through them on offense. In the end Carson- Newman won the game by a final score of 20-7.
“LAWRENCE, WOULD YOU PUT THAT DOWN?” – Some jokes never get old! Anyway the LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY VIKINGS visited the NCCAA team the MARANATHA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY SABERCATS. The game was all Vikings from start to finish as Lawrence University parlayed a 13-0 1st Quarter advantage into a FIFTY-ONE to SIX blowout victory. Vikings RB Jacob Berman had 2 TD’s on the ground on 85 yds rushing.
ROAD WOES – Two NCCAA teams got manhandled on the road yesterday. The (13) UNIVERSITY OF NORTH ALABAMA LIONS doubled up on the visiting MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE CHOCTAWS by a score of 34-17. ### And the ARKANSAS TECH WONDERBOYS annihilated their guests the OKLAHOMA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY BISON to the tune of FIFTY to SEVEN.
* NCAA DIVISION THREE *
WHEN RANKED TEAMS CLASH – The number 3 team in the nation – the LINFIELD COLLEGE WILDCATS – took on the visiting 22nd ranked CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY PANTHERS and eviscerated them 65-12. Linfield QB Sam Riddle tossed for 238 yds and 2 TD’s. ### And the 6th ranked WARTBURG UNIVERSITY KNIGHTS traveled to face the number 19 BETHEL (MN) ROYALS and went back home with a 24-14 win.
RANKED TEAMS IN CLOSE CALLS – The 14th ranked WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE PRESIDENTS hosted the WESTMINSTER (PA) TITANS and trailed them for 3 Quarters before flipping a 24-14 deficit to start the 4th into a 35-31 comeback victory. ### And the number 15 HOBART COLLEGE STATESMEN led the visiting ENDICOTT COLLEGE GULLS wire to wire, ultimately winning by a score of 28-17.
RANKED TEAMS IN BLOWOUTS – The top-ranked defending champs – the UW-WHITEWATER WARHAWKS – dominated on the road yesterday, decimating the BELHAVEN UNIVERSITY BLAZERS in a SIXTY-TWO to SIX laugher ### Meanwhile the (8) ST JOHN’S UNIVERSITY JOHNNIES squashed the BUENA VISTA BEAVERS 56-7 ### And the (12) UNIVERSITY OF ST THOMAS TOMMIES roughed up the UW-LACROSSE EAGLES by a count of 51-7.
LETHAL LUTHERANS – The CAL LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY KINGSMEN met on the gridiron with the visiting PACIFIC LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY LUTES. The opening Quarter ended in a 7-7 tie but the Kingsmen found themselves trailing the Lutes 26-10 by Halftime. Cal Lutheran made it a 26-17 game to end the 3rd Quarter then came from behind in the 4th for a 30-26 triumph. Kingsmen Running Back CJ Washington rushed for 122 yards and a Touchdown.
PIPING THEIR WAY TO VICTORY – The HAMLINE UNIVERSITY PIPERS found themselves on the road against the MACALESTER COLLEGE SCOTS on Saturday. These two teams played a tight game at first, with the Pipers on top by just 13-10 at the Half. Regrouping in the locker room Hamline U shut out the Scots in the 2nd Half and went on to win the game 27-10. Pipers QB Kyle Johnson had 301 yds through the air and 3 TD’s.
SHUTOUTS – The DEPAUW UNIVERSITY TIGERS showed they are just as tough on the road as they are at home, drubbing the EARLHAM COLLEGE QUAKERS by a score of FIFTY-THREE to NOTHING ### The GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS COLLEGE GUSTIES welcomed the LAKE FOREST COLLEGE FORESTERS and sent them home reeling from a 49-zip shutout ### And the DICKINSON COLLEGE RED DEVILS outdid the defensive performance of their guests the JUNIATA COLLEGE EAGLES in a 10-0 thriller.
S.A.M. (Service Academy Mania) – This year the MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY MARINERS hosted their annual rivalry game with the COAST GUARD ACADEMY BEARS. After a scoreless 1st Quarter the Mariners took a 7-3 edge by Halftime. After the break the defensive struggle continued, but in the end the Merchant Marine Academy won the game 14-3. RB Luke Tiefenthaler ran for 172 yards for the victors.
ROAD WARRIORS – The CLAREMONT-MUDD- SCRIPPS STAGS took a trip to battle the LEWIS & CLARK COLLEGE PIONEERS, defeating them by an authoritative score of 27-7 ### The GENEVA COLLEGE GOLDEN TORNADOES invaded the home stadium of the GROVE CITY COLLEGE WOLVERINES and won a 21-16 Instant Classic ### And the RANDOLPH- MACON YELLOW JACKETS clobbered the homestanding AVERETT COUGARS 49-28.
UNDER THE RADAR CLASSICS – The GEORGE FOX UNIVERSITY BRUINS, who are marking their 2nd year of intercollegiate football, trailed the UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS BULLDOGS most of the game but came from behind in the 4th Quarter for a 39-35 triumph ### And the OCCIDENTAL TIGERS downed their hosts the UNIVERSITY OF PUGET SOUND LOGGERS 46-41.
WE WENT TO A FOOTBALL GAME BUT A BASEBALL GAME BROKE OUT – The PLYMOUTH STATE PANTHERS took it on the road against the MOUNT IDA COLLEGE MUSTANGS in what turned out to be a textbook example of a defensive epic. The Panthers trailed the Mustangs 6-0 after 1 Quarter of play but by Halftime had gone on top 9-6. Neither defense gave up any more points the rest of the game, making 9-6 the final score as well.
WORKING OVERTIME – The CENTRAL COLLEGE DUTCH and their hosts the MONMOUTH COLLEGE SCOTS were all tied up at 17-17 to end Regulation. In the Overtime session the Dutch kept the Scots scoreless then put up a Touchdown for a 23-17 triumph. ### And the BERRY COLLEGE VIKINGS took the visiting LAGRANGE COLLEGE PANTHERS into OT by tying the score at 13-13 in the 4th Quarter. The Vikings then emerged with a 16-13 Overtime win.
ONE POINT WONDER – The ROCKFORD UNIVERSITY REGENTS welcomed the RIPON COLLEGE REDHAWKS and after a scoreless 1st Half the Regents held a 7-0 advantage to end the 3rd Quarter. Both offenses came alive in the 4th Quarter but Rockford U prevailed with a 14-13 win in this nailbiter. Regents Quarterback Adam O’Malley passed for 193 yards and 2 Touchdowns.
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