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Team of the Week

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Games of Oct. 5-6, 2012

Offense
QB Bryce Corrigan, So., UW-Platteville
Corrigan had a great day in just his second collegiate start to lead the No. 14 Pioneers to a 40-10 win over UW-La Crosse. On the day, he completed 86% (37 of 43) of his passes for 412 yards passing. With 412 yards passing, he became just the fourth quarterback in school history, second on the season to throw for over 400 yards in a game. Corrigan completed his first 15 passes en route to 37 completions on the day.

OL LT Tucker Johnson, LG Garrett Porter, C Ben Strehlow, RG Rob Bikowski, RT Brandon Peter, UW-Oshkosh
UW-Oshkosh rushed for 442 yards in its 50-13 victory over UW-Eau Claire. The Titans set program records with 35 first downs and 69 rushing attempts. The Titans ran for six touchdowns while averaging 6.4 yards per carry. The line did not allow a sack in 24 passing attempts. Four Titans rushed for at least 72 yards, led by 104 yards on 19 carries by quarterback Nate Wara. The offensive line helped UW-Oshkosh convert 12 of 16 third downs.

RB Darius Kinney, Sr., Kean
Kinney rushed for 200 yards on just 21 carries to help Kean improve to 3-0 in conference with a 58-7 win against Western Connecticut. He averaged 9.5 yards per carry while producing touchdown runs of 5 and 87 yards apiece. He also notched a 32-yard touchdown reception in a contest in which he eclipsed the 800-yard rushing mark for the season.

RB Dominique Carson, Sr., Sul Ross State
Carson set a school record, scoring five touchdowns in a game. He accounted for 368 of the Lobos' 797 offensive yards. Carson had 214 yards rushing on 27 carries and scored four touchdowns and also had five receptions for 154 yards and one touchdown.

WR Brandon Boyle, Jr., Castleton State
Boyle caught 15 passes for a school-record 274 yards and three touchdowns in a 35-27 win against Norwich. The 274 is the highest single-game total in Division III this year.

WR Cody Weber, Sr., Grinnell
Weber had 15 catches for 165 yards and two touchdowns in a 21-7 win against Monmouth.

TE Billy Chapman, Sr., Middlebury
Chapman had 110 receiving yards on a career-high 12 catches with a pair of TDs defeating Amherst 24-3. The win ends a 10-game Amherst winning streak as Middlebury improves to 3-0 for the first time since 2007. 

Defense
DE Stephen Fejedelem, Sr., Heidelberg
Fejedelem had eight tackles, all of them solo, in Heidelberg's 45-10 win against Capital. He had four tackles for loss and two sacks. 

DT Wade Hansen, So., RPI
Hansen made eight tackles, five solo, in RPI's 46-27 win over St. Lawrence on Saturday, including a team-high five solo stops. Four of his wrap-ups went for a total of 37 lost yardage. He also had a game-high three sacks. 

DT Mike Raplee, Sr., Alfred
In a 31-7 Alfred win, Raplee had 4.5 sacks against an Ithaca team that came into the game allowing less than one per game. He also had five and a half tackles for loss and a forced fumble.

DE Charlie Kolisek, Jr., Wabash
Kolisek played on the both sides of the ball in Wabash's 27-24 win at Wittenberg. He intercepted the first pass of the game and recorded the final sack on the Tigers' last offensive drive. He also caught his first career pass -- a 4-yard reception -- to score the Little Giant's first TD of the game. Kolisek also caught an 8-yard pass on third down to extend Wabash's final game-ending drive.

LB Steven Gamble, So., Salisbury
Gamble took down St. John Fisher quarterback Tyler Fenti on the Cardinals 3-yard line, forced a fumble and recovered it to set up the go-ahead touchdown as the Sea Gulls completed a 28-17 comeback win against the Cardinals. Gamble also posted a career-high 14 tackles (nine solo). Gamble recorded career-high marks for tackles for loss (2.5) and sacks (1.5). 

LB Jajuan Johnson, Sr., Shenandoah
Johnson had 13 total tackles, nine solo, in a 20-7 loss to Guilford. He had four and a half tackles for loss and three sacks.

LB Matt Begley, Jr., Worcester State
Begley registered a career-best 18 tackles (16 solo) while also finishing with a sack and a pair of caused turnovers in a 28-20 triumph over Mass Maritime. His third-quarter red zone interception helped set the table for what would prove to be the game-winning score.

LB Dominic Graham, Jr., Louisiana College
Graham led a defense that held ETBU to just 67 rushing yards and 237 total yards. He finished the game with 12 total tackles, two tackles for loss, a sack, and a pass breakup. Graham had never played linebacker before the 2012 season, as he made the switch from wide receiver in the spring. 

CB Jafar Johnson, Sr., Union
Johnson had two interceptions with three tackles in Union's 21-6 win at WPI. His first quarter interception at the Union 2 ended a threat with was returned for 33 yards. His fourth quarter pick came at the Union 5 and he returned it 25 yards. 

S Blaek Combs, Jr., Trine
Combs had a career-high 17 tackles, eight solo, as the Thunder knocked off defending conference champion Albion. Combs had a tackle for loss and an interception to end the game as Albion was attempting to drive for the win.

S Jared Morris, Sr., Wesley
Morris had a team-high seven tackles, six solo, and two tackles for loss Wesley's 26-17 win against Birmingham-Southern. He also intercepted his fifth pass of the year.

CB Paul Hoffer, Sr., Carleton
Hoffer had four tackles and two pass breakups, none bigger than his 99-yard interception return for a touchdown that provided the deciding points as Carleton defeated Macalester 21-20. With the win, the Knights retained possession of the "Book of Knowledge" trophy for the 10th consecutive season.

Special teams
K Allen Cain, Sr., Texas Lutheran
Cain connected on a 59-yard field goal (and had a 39-yard kick blocked) in a 49-31 loss to Mary Hardin-Baylor. All six of his kickoffs were touchbacks.

P Stephen Amic, So., Bethany
Amic averaged 40.9 yards per kick and placed five of his seven punts inside the Geneva 20-yard line in the Bison's 42-36 overtime win Saturday. His longest punt went 62 yards and was downed on the Geneva 1 on the first drive of the second half. He also hit a 38-yard kick to the Geneva 1 on the first drive of the fourth quarter. Other punts pinned Geneva at their own 6 twice and another that was taken at the 11.

RET Anthony Terry, So., Averett
Terry returned a punt 75 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to give Averett a 14-7 win at LaGrange. 

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at Worcester State 42, Fitchburg State 26
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at Ursinus 35, Juniata 28
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Salve Regina 27, at Dean 0
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at Johns Hopkins 37, Moravian 7
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Massachusetts Maritime 34, at Maine Maritime 25
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Wesley 33, at TCNJ 0
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at RPI 31, Western New England 14
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Buffalo State 53, at Morrisville State 48
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at Rochester 14, Alfred State 7
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Stevenson 52, at FDU-Florham 14
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Union 31, at Gallaudet 21
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at Williams 28, Bowdoin 14
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Sewanee 29, at Austin 17
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at Middlebury 30, Wesleyan 27
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at Tufts 35, Hamilton 28
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Salisbury 21, at Kean 13
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at Olivet 37, Aurora 21
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at Amherst 41, Bates 17
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at Trinity (Conn.) 35, Colby 0
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at Franklin and Marshall 43, McDaniel 41
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Montclair State 24, at Southern Virginia 0
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Rowan 41, at William Paterson 14
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Springfield 66, at Mount Ida 20
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UW-Platteville 38, at Hampden-Sydney 29
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DePauw 55, at Hiram 28
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at Alma 45, Benedictine 40
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at Trine 55, Wisconsin Lutheran 7
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at Albion 79, Concordia (Wis.) 7
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Dickinson 24, at Gettysburg 21
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at Wooster 38, Ohio Wesleyan 20
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Thiel 28, at Bethany 13
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LaGrange 39, at Methodist 30
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at Wabash 62, Kenyon 7
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King's 44, at Lebanon Valley 39
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at Martin Luther 42, Iowa Wesleyan 20
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at MIT 31, Endicott 26
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at Alfred 24, Utica 17
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Maryville (Tenn.) 56, at Emory and Henry 46
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Averett 19, at Ferrum 7
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at Catholic 25, Randolph-Macon 20
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Susquehanna 14, at Muhlenberg 11
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at Cortland 31, Hartwick 30
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Brevard 63, at Greensboro 7
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Ithaca 24, at St. Lawrence 13
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at St. Scholastica 48, Westminster (Mo.) 18
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MacMurray 48, at Crown 34
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at Greenville 21, Northwestern (Minn.) 15
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Eureka 48, at Minnesota-Morris 20
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UW-Whitewater 40, at Washington U. 21
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at Widener 34, Misericordia 21
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at Coast Guard 13, Nichols 0
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at Hope 37, Lakeland 35
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Heidelberg 40, at Ohio Northern 21
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Carnegie Mellon 30, at Waynesburg 20
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Mount Union 69, at Marietta 3
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at Centre 52, Hendrix 42
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Albright 21, at Lycoming 17
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Bluffton 32, at Mount St. Joseph 31
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at Franklin 42, Defiance 12
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at Anderson 27, Earlham 16
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SUNY-Maritime 38, at Merchant Marine 31
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Concordia-Chicago 41, at Kalamazoo 29
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at Rose-Hulman 38, Hanover 28
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John Carroll 24, at Baldwin Wallace 21
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at Otterbein 56, Wilmington 28
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Trinity (Texas) 28, at Millsaps 26
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at Buena Vista 39, Central 38
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at Concordia-Moorhead 31, Bethel 7
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St. John's 56, at St. Olaf 7
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Gustavus Adolphus 42, at Augsburg 37
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Coe 35, at Nebraska Wesleyan 25
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Wartburg 40, at Simpson 31
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Elmhurst 23, at North Park 20
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at Huntingdon 41, N.C. Wesleyan 30
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at Hardin-Simmons 55, Louisiana College 10
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UW-River Falls 30, at Missouri Baptist 3
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at Whitworth 53, La Verne 0
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St. Thomas 63, at Carleton 0
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Denison 62, at Allegheny 26
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Lewis and Clark 40, at Pomona-Pitzer 29
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at Wittenberg 34, Oberlin 0
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at Western Connecticut 37, Plymouth State 29
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Washington and Lee 24, at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 14
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Warner at Pacific Lutheran
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Cal Lutheran 28, at Willamette 13
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Mary Hardin-Baylor 24, at Linfield 3
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at George Fox 13, Redlands 10
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at Mass-Dartmouth 51, Westfield State 26
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at Castleton 28, Norwich 14
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at Berry 34, Rhodes 13
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Brockport 38, at St. John Fisher 7
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at WPI 38, Becker 0
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at Adrian 62, Rockford 7
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Frostburg State 33, at Christopher Newport 30
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at Hobart 56, Shenandoah 30
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at Case Western Reserve 42, Grove City 10
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at Davidson 42, Guilford 21
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at Bridgewater 52, The Apprentice School 0
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at Capital 39, Muskingum 28
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at Washington and Jefferson 37, Thomas More 29
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at North Central (Ill.) 26, Illinois Wesleyan 13
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at McMurry 33, Howard Payne 21
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at Dubuque 27, Loras 24
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at Wheaton (Ill.) 37, Carthage 14
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at Texas Lutheran 37, Belhaven 0
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at Carroll 28, Augustana 25
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St. Vincent 31, at Geneva 27
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East Texas Baptist 28, at Southwestern 10
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Pacific at Occidental
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Wesley 33, at TCNJ 0
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at Johns Hopkins 37, Moravian 7
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at Alfred 24, Utica 17
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UW-Platteville 38, at Hampden-Sydney 29
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Mount Union 69, at Marietta 3
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John Carroll 24, at Baldwin Wallace 21
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at Hardin-Simmons 55, Louisiana College 10
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St. John's 56, at St. Olaf 7
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at Concordia-Moorhead 31, Bethel 7
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at Whitworth 53, La Verne 0
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St. Thomas 63, at Carleton 0
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at Wittenberg 34, Oberlin 0
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Mary Hardin-Baylor 24, at Linfield 3
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at George Fox 13, Redlands 10
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Brockport 38, at St. John Fisher 7
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Frostburg State 33, at Christopher Newport 30
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at Case Western Reserve 42, Grove City 10
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at Washington and Jefferson 37, Thomas More 29
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at Wheaton (Ill.) 37, Carthage 14
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at North Central (Ill.) 26, Illinois Wesleyan 13
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