The Defense made an incredible 13 Quarterback Sacks in the Game! By Max Emfinger

 Photo: THE WEST TEAM WINS 14-10 DEFENSIVE STRUGGLE! 2013 ALL-AMERICAN BOWL GAME CLASSIC PLAYER MVP'S OF THE GAME By MAX EMFINGER BOWL GAME AND OFFENSIVE MVP - West Team, SLOT #2 Josh Cleveland, (5-7, 165. 4.29) Austin Del Valle, TX - BOWL GAME AND DEFENSIVE TRI-MVP - West Team, DT #77 Tanzel Smart, (6-2, 285, 4.9) Scotlandville, LA - - East Team, DT #99 Bobby Evans, (6-5, 370, 5.0) Pensacola, FL - - West Team DE #36 Nic Bickham, (6-4, 240, 4.67) St Amant, LA - BOWL GAME OFFENSIVE LINEMAN CO-MVP - West Team, Center #77 Sam Fodale, (6-1, 285, 5.0) Shreveport Evangel, LA - - East Team, OT #75 Alex Pagonis, (6-4, 325, 5.2) Gulf Breeze, FL - BOWL GAME TIGHT END MVP - West Team, #88 Jonathan Hendrix, (6-3, 250, 4.72) Batesville, AR - BOWL GAME WIDE RECEIVER CO-MVP - East Team, #12 Darryl Campbell, (6-3, 190, 4.4) Greensboro, AL - - SLOT #7 Devin Odom, (5-10, 173, 4.42) Fairhope, AL - BOWL GAME LINEBACKER CO-MVP - East Team, #46 Roderick Woods, (6-4, 250, 4.5) Pensacola, FL - - West Team, #34 Jamaal Payton, (6-1, 215, 4.42) Hillside Proviso West. IL - BOWL GAME DEFENSIVE BACK CO-MVP - West Team, FS #3 Chris Goss, (6-4, 185, 4.47) Sierra Vista Buena, AZ - - West Team, SS #2 Austin Suits, (6-1, 205, 4.56) Baton Rouge Parkview, LA - WEST TEAM OFFENSIVE BACK CO-MVP - RB #1 Hezekiah Randolph, (5-11, 215, 4.46) Baton Rouge Parkview, LA - - RB #6 Korliss Marshall, (6-1, 205, 4.34) Osceola, AR - EAST TEAM OFFENSIVE BACK CO-MVP - SLOT #1 Sammy Tolbert, (5-8, 170, 4.3) Spanish Fort, AL - - QB #4 Maison Taylor, (6-0, 205, 4.7) Foley, AL - WEST TEAM QB AND WIDE RECEIVER BATTERY CO-MVP - QB #15 Colby Simmons, (6-3, 185, 4.7) Gulf Shores, AL - - WR #82 Thrisstan Cornell, (6-4, 185, 4.4) Gulf Shores, AL - EAST TEAM WIDE RECEIVER CO-MVP - WR#2 Jevontey Smith, (6-2, 195, 4.4) Greensboro, AL - - WR Malysha Flanders, (6-3, 205, 4.4) Lombard Glenbard E, IL - WEST TEAM OFFENSIVE LINEMAN CO-MVP - OG #74 David Colligan, (6-1, 303, 5.0) Scotlandville, LA - - OT #66 John Clay, (6-2, 297, 5.0) Shreveport Evangel, LA - EAST TEAM OFFENSIVE LINEMAN CO-MVP - OC #55 Michael Valdez, (6-2, 335, 5.2) Foley, AL - - OT #73 Rufus "R.J." Hulse, (6-6, 340, 5.2) Foley, AL - WEST TEAM DEFENSIVE LINEMAN CO-MVP - DE #84 Jared Tackno, (6-3, 235, 4.71) Plaquemine, LA - - DE #28 Victor Gutierrez, (6-2, 235, 4.7) Baton Rouge Parkview, LA - EAST TEAM DEFENSIVE LINEMAN QUAD-MVP - DE #64 Elliot Williams, (6-2, 230, 4.7) Daphne, AL - - DE #92 Nate Cole, (6-2, 265, 4.7) Foley, AL - - DE #58 Nykolas Ashe, (6-1, 217, 4.6) Greensboro, AL - - NG/DE #67 Casey Ray Simerly, (6-0, 230, 4.7) Fairhope, AL - EAST TEAM LINEBACKER CO-MVP - OLB #21 Darian Pickett, (6-0, 200, 4.5) Pensacola, FL - - OLB # 14 Donald Luster, (6-1, 215, 4.62) Harvey Thornton, IL - WEST TEAM DEFENSIVE BACK CO-MVP - CB #23 Manny Mukes, (5-10, 180, 4.4) Baton Rouge Parkview, LA - - CB #6 Myron Jack, (5-7, 165, 4.33) Plaquemine, LA - EAST TEAM DEFENSIVE BACK TRI-MVP - CB #1 Dre Ervin, (5-11, 175, 4.42) Fairhope, AL - - CB #19 Bryan Bell, (5-9, 170, 4.4) Fairhope, AL - - FS #9 Daniel Blake Norwood, (6-2, 195, 4.52) Pensacola, FL - KICKING SPECIALIST CO-MVP - East Team MVP - #5 Joshua Davis, (6-0, 202, 4.8) Shreveport Evangel, LA - - West Team MVP - #18 Alex Koulpasis, (5-11, 205, 4.8) Plaquemine, LA -

The Defensive Ends and Tackles made an incredible 13 Quarterback Sacks!
By
Max Emfinger

2013 ALL-AMERICAN BOWL GAME CLASSIC
PLAYER MVP’S OF THE GAME
By
MAX EMFINGER

Usually in an All-American Bowl Game, the Defensive players are better athletes and with only three or four days to workout, they are usually always in a better position to dominate when the big game comes. In our Ninth Annual All-American Bowl Game Classic, it was not much different than in the other games with the defensive ends and tackles dominating almost every single play in practice and in he game.

This year, our Coaches decided to do something a little different in the past and so on Tuesday, we decided to have a preview of the game and scrimmage each other. It really was a lot of fun for not only the coaches, but also for the players who had been watching each other practice for at least three regular practices.

The main reason that I say this is because all of the coaches and players on both teams could get a preview of what they were going to face in the “Big Game” on Friday. Another thing that happened was that the coaches on both teams could evaluate not only their own players, but the players on the other team. This was very important in selecting Game and Team MVP’s after the game, because the coaches had already been able to evaluate thir own players in contrast to the players at the same position on the other team.

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Every year, I am totally amazed at the talent level of some of of our players that have relatively few or absolutely no scholarship offers. There are sometimes various reasons for this such as injured as a junior; transfer as a junior or senior; or playing behind a better player as a sophomore or junior and just not able to make it to a College Recruiting List.

In this All-American Bowl Game, we had some of the most impressive Defensive Ends and Defensive Tackles that I have ever seen on one football field at the same time.

Four West Team defensive linemen from Louisiana were outstanding all week and were dominating in the game. Those four included DT Tanzel Smart (6-2, 295, 4.9) of Scotlandville;  DE Jared Tackno (6-3, 235, 4.7) of Plaquemine; DE Victor Gutierrez (6-2, 235, 4.7) of Parkview Baptist; and DE Nic Bickham (6-4, 240, 4.67) of St Amant. DE Charlie Bender (6-1, 245, 4.63) of Austin Del Valle, Texas was also outstanding.

PhotoWest Team Defensive Linemen, #94 Dushawn Green, Co-Defensive Coordinator Tyrone Richardson, #77 Tanzel Smart, and #22 Charlie Bender.

– #22 DE Charles Bender Junior and Senior Highlight Film –http://www.hudl.com/athlete/30219/#highlights/22444380

Smart recorded eight tackles and two quarterback sacks, in the game after getting 18 tackles for a loss as a senior. Tackno also recorded eight tackles and two sacks in the game after getting 24 tackles for a loss as a senior in only his second year of football. Gutierrez recorded six tackles and a sack in the game after getting 24 tackles for a loss and four blocked kicks as a senior. Gutierrez was voted Defensive MVP for his high school team that won the Louisiana 4A State Championship this year. Bickham was sensational as he recorded six tackles, including two sacks; two other tackles for a loss; and he also recovered a fumble in the game after being impressive all week in practice. Bickham has a Verbal to Louisiana Tech.

Two West Team Defensive Linemen from outside of Louisiana were also impressive as DT Dushawn Green (6-2, 320, 5.0) of Panama City Bay, Florida recorded six tackles and DE Charlie Bender (6-1, 245, 4.67) of Austin Del Valle, Texas recorded six tackles and assisted with one of the Tackno sacks.

East Team Middle Linebacker Roderick Woods (6-1, 240, 4.5) of Bratt Northview, Florida was outstanding as he recorded 13 tackles, including one tackle for a loss. Darian Pickett (6-0, 200, 4.5) of Pensacola, Florida and Donald Luster (6-1, 215, 4.56) of Harvey Thornton, Illinois were two other outstanding East Team linebackers. Pickett recorded eight tackles, including two tackles for a loss; while Luster recorded six tackles and had one tackle for a loss. “When Woods, Pickett, and Luster were in the game, the West Team had a very hard time running the football,” said Coach Gary Cowart who was the East Team Defensive Coordinator. West Team OLB Jamaal Payton (6-1, 215, 4.42) of Hillside Proviso West, Illinois was outstanding as he recorded nine tackles, including four tackles for a loss and he also had three pass breakups.

East Team Defensive Tackle Bobby Evans (6-5, 370, 5.0) of Pensacola High is the largest player that we have ever had in our game and he was sensational as he recorded  two quarterback sacks, three quarterback hurries, and two other tackles for a loss. Evans was fast, quick, and in very good shape and he was virtually not blocked in the game.

Four East Team defensive linemen from Alabama were outstanding in the game including DE Elliot Williams (6-2, 230, 4.7) of Daphne; DE Nate Cole (6-2, 265, 4.7) of Foley; DE Nykolas Ashe (6-1, 217, 4.6) of Greensboro; and NG/DE Casey Ray Simerly (6-0, 235, 4.7) of Fairhope. Williams recorded seven tackles, including a 12-yard quarterback sack; while Cole was all over the field and recorded seven tackles, including one sack and another tackle for a loss. Ashe recorded seven solo tackles; had two assists and one quarterback sack; while Simerly recorded five tackles as he played both tackle and end. In an All-American Bowl Game, how could you not select all four of these defensive linemen as a potential defensive MVP?

And if you count the quarterback sacks, you will find that there were at least an amazing 13 sacks in this game and there might have been more, because there were also a lot of tackles for a loss that could have been sacks. Smart, Tackno, Bickham, and Evans had two sacks apiece; while Guterrez, Williams, Ashe, Bender, and Cole had one apiece.

It’s kind of weird, but although the defensive linemen might be the best ever, some of the offensive linemen were outstanding. In the case of Alex Pagonis, he was a very good player as a junior, but in the Spring, he was weighing around 370 and the fear was that he might be too big and not could move. Then, he lost fifty pounds and had a great senior season, but he was never able to get back on a “Big-time” Recruiting List. His Upside potential is staggering.

@[100000566463799:2048:Alex Pagonis] and teammate Andrew Bailey 1-4-13
– #75 OT Alex Pagonis and #77 OG Andrew Bradley –
#75 OT Alex Pagonis Senior Highlight Film
http://www.hudl.com/athlete/301206/#highlights/36151398

East Team Head Coach, Mike Bennett said that he thought that the East Team had the best offensive linemen since 2006 when Trent Williams played for the West Team or in 2007 when Lee Ziemba was on the East Team. West Team Offensive Line Coach Reagan Smith thought that the West Team had three or four of the best offensive linemen that he had seen in the last three years.

This All-American Bowl Game Classic is completely different than any other High School All-American Football Bowl Game, because every player in this game is playing at 110% speed, unlike in the Showcase Games where the players are not  playing at Full-Speed. In the 2012 All-American Bowl Game Classic, the defenses for both teams were so dominant, none of the running backs were able to get back to the line of scrimmage. It was the same way in this game except on two plays when West Team Slot-Back Josh Cleveland (5-7, 165, 4.29) of Austin Del Valle, Texas was able to use his electrfying 4.29 speed in the forty to score on a beautiful 61-yard touchdown, down the right sideline, in the second quarter and then break for another 57-yard run later in the same quarter.

Cleveland was Voted by the Coaches at the end of the Game as the All-American Bowl Game MVP. “God is Great,” said Cleveland after the game. Cleveland is believed to be the first and only running back to rush for 100-yards in any of our previous All-American Bowl Game Classics. Charles Scott in 2006 and Josh Covington in 2011 were close to 100-yards but were a few yards shy of the Century Mark.

BOWL GAME AND OFFENSIVE MVP
– West Team, SLOT #2 Josh Cleveland, (5-7, 165. 4.29) Austin Del Valle, TX –
HOME: 1-512-740-7835 – CELL: 1-512-228-9429

#2 SLOT Josh Cleveland Senior Highlight Film
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u0JMdb7LcE


BOWL GAME AND DEFENSIVE TRI-MVP

– West Team, DT #77 Tanzel Smart, (6-2, 285, 4.9) Scotlandville, LA –
HOME: 1-225-357-9742 – CELL: 1-225-573-2896
Bobby Evans, (6-5, 370, 5.0) Pensacola, FL –
COACH: Coach Mike Bennett -1-850-393-8896

– West Team DE #36 Nic Bickham, (6-4, 240, 4.67) St Amant, LA –

BOWL GAME OFFENSIVE LINEMAN CO-MVP
– West Team, Center #77 Sam Fodale, (6-1, 285, 5.0) Shreveport Evangel, LA –
COACH: Coach Reagan Smith – 1-318-272-9479
– East Team, OT #75 Alex Pagonis, (6-5, 335, 5.3 Gulf Breeze, FL –
HOME: 1-850-776-6769 – CELL: 1-850-497-2778 – COACH: 1-850-748-9742

WEST TEAM OFFENSIVE LINEMAN CO-MVP
– OG #74 David Colligan, (6-1, 303, 5.0) Scotlandville, LA –
HOME: 1-225-413-2833 – CELL: 1-225-252-0727 – COACH: 1-225-572-8849
– OT #66 John Clay, (6-2, 297, 5.0) Shreveport Evangel, LA –
COACH: Coach Reagan Smith – 1-318-272-9479

EAST TEAM OFFENSIVE LINEMAN CO-MVP
– OC #55 Michael Valdez, (6-2, 335, 5.2) Foley, AL –
– OT #73 Rufus “R.J.” Hulse, (6-6, 340, 5.2) Foley, AL –
HOME: 1-251-269-5255 – CELL: 1-251-269-5329

WEST TEAM DEFENSIVE LINEMAN TRI-MVP
– DE #84 Jared Tackno, (6-3, 235, 4.71) Plaquemine, LA –
HOME: 1-225-223-9818 – CELL: 1-225-776-4466

– DE #28 Victor Gutierrez, (6-2, 235, 4.7) Baton Rouge Parkview, LA –
HOME: 1-225-218-4742 – CELL: 1-225-266-2363 – COACH: 1-225-601-7622
– DE/NG #22 Charles Bender, (6-1, 245, 4.63) Austin Del Valle, TX –
HOME: 1-512-297-6170 – CELL: 1-512-577-1793  

EAST TEAM DEFENSIVE LINEMAN QUAD-MVP
– DE #64 Elliot Williams, (6-2, 230, 4.7) Daphne, AL –
Contact me at 1-251-689-1575
– DE #92 Nate Cole, (6-2, 265, 4.7) Foley, AL –
HOME: 1-251-504-5228 – CELL: 1-251-504-7327
– DE #58 Nykolas Ashe, (6-1, 217, 4.6) Greensboro, AL –
– NG/DE #67 Casey Ray Simerly, (6-0, 230, 4.7) Fairhope, AL –
HOME: 1-251-370-6243 – CELL: 1-205-217-0610 – COACH: 1-706-581-2665
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– In the Middle – OC #55 Michael Valdez, (6-2, 335, 5.2) and on the Right – DE #92 Nate Cole (6-2, 265, 4.7) of Foley, AL –

BOWL GAME TIGHT END MVP

– West Team, #88 Jonathan Hendrix, (6-3, 250, 4.72) Batesville, AR –
HOME: 1-785-766-7291 – CELL: 1-785-840-7387 – COACH: 1-870-307-3058

BOWL GAME WIDE RECEIVER CO-MVP
– East Team, #12 Darryl Campbell, (6-3, 190, 4.4) Greensboro, AL –
HOME: 1-344-218-0411 – CELL: 1-334-218-1793
– SLOT #7 Devin Odom, (5-10, 173, 4.42) Fairhope, AL –

BOWL GAME LINEBACKER CO-MVP
– East Team, #46 Roderick Woods, (6-4, 250, 4.5) Pensacola, FL –
COACH: Coach Mike Bennett – 1-850-393-8896

– West Team, #34 Jamaal Payton, (6-1, 215, 4.42) Hillside Proviso West. IL –
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HOME: 1-708-547-0764 – CELL: 1-708-404-4321 – COACH: 1-773-620-7845
The Hudl is his senior film and the Youtube is his junior film. Jamaal Payton was the Conference MVP in one of the toughest conference in Illinois.
http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1036623/#highlights/16592374

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jj9dOAXqISs

 BOWL GAME DEFENSIVE BACK CO-MVP
– West Team, FS #3 Chris Goss, (6-4, 185, 4.47) Sierra Vista Buena, AZ –Photo: West Defensive Back MVP Chris Goss had nine tackles and four pass breakups in the 2013 Ninth Annual All-American Bowl Game!
HOME: 1-708–717-5634 – CELL: 10708-262-3960 – COACH: 1-773-620-7845

– West Team, SS #2 Austin Suits, (6-1, 205, 4.52) Baton Rouge Parkview, LA –
HOME: 1-225-933-3563 – CELL: 1-225-733-3136 – COACH: 1-225-610-7622

– Elliot Williams Senior Highlight Film –

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/301739/highlights/34190374 

WEST TEAM OFFENSIVE BACK CO-MVP
– RB #1 Hezekiah Randolph, (5-11, 215, 4.46) Baton Rouge Parkview, LA –
HOME: 1-225-937-9573 – CELL: 1-225-938-7446 – COACH: 1-225-706-1417

– RB #6 Korliss Marshall, (6-1, 205, 4.34) Osceola, AR –
HOME: 1-870-563-0146 – CELL: 1-870-549-9315 – COACH: 1-870-740-8576
Korliss Marshall Senior Highlights
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtemvN55v6k

EAST TEAM OFFENSIVE BACK CO-MVP
– SLOT #1 Sammy Tolbert, (5-8, 170, 4.3) Spanish Fort, AL –
HOME: 1-251-232-5245 – CELL: 1-251-367-1340 – COACH: 1-205-368-6196 

– QB #4 Maison Taylor, (6-0, 205, 4.7) Foley, AL –
HOME: 1-251-550-6679 – CELL: 1-251-550-6424

WEST TEAM QB AND WIDE RECEIVER BATTERY CO-MVP
Photo: Pensacola, Florida - The Ninth Annual All-American Bowl Game Classic was won by the West Team and this was the West Team passing Battery with Gulf Shores, Alabama Teammates, #15 QB Colby Simmons and #82 WR Thrisstan Cornell. The West Team All-Americans won 14-10 in a mind-boggling and hard-hitting defensive game. There were something like 14 quarterback sacks in the game.
– QB #15 Colby Simmons, (6-3, 185, 4.7) Gulf Shores, AL –
HOME: 1-251-223-2540 – CELL: 1-251-223-2540
QB #15 Colby Simmons Senior Highlight Film
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOiFne4
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– WR #82 Thrisstan Cornell, (6-4, 185, 4.4) Gulf Shores, AL –
HOME: 1-251-213-6471 – CELL: 1-251-238-7997
WR #82 Thrisstan Cornell Senior Highlight Film
http://youtu.be/nGm_RAUP__k

EAST TEAM WIDE RECEIVER CO-MVP
– WR #22 Malysha Flanders, (6-3, 205, 4.4) Lombard Glenbard East, IL –
HOME: 1-630-748-9465 – CELL: 1-630-812-8583 – COACH: 1-630-479-1487
WR #22 Malysha Flanders Senior Highlight Film

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/949844/#flanders-malysha

– WR#2 Jevontey Smith, (6-2, 195, 4.4) Greensboro, AL –

EAST TEAM LINEBACKER TRI-MVP

– OLB #21 Darian Pickett, (6-0, 200, 4.5) Pensacola, FL –
HOME: 1-850-433-0942 – CELL: 1-850- 607-1707 – COACH: 1-850-393-8896 

– OLB # 14 Donald Luster, (6-1, 215, 4.62) Harvey Thornton, IL –
HOME: 1-708-214-2726 – CELL: 1-708-214-2726 – COACH: 1-773-620-7845
– OLB #34 Bo Grant, (6-3, 210, 4.56) Valley, AL –
HOME: 1-706-590-0198 – CELL: 1-706-518-8665 – COACH: 1-706-773-4718
OLB Bo Grant Senior Highlight Film

 WEST TEAM DEFENSIVE BACK CO-MVP
– CB #23 Manny Mukes, (5-10, 180, 4.4) Baton Rouge Parkview, LA –
HOME:1-225-766-7333 – CELL: 1-504-460-2566 – COACH: 1-225-610-7622

– CB #6 Myron Jack, (5-7, 165, 4.33) Plaquemine, LA –
HOME: 1-225-385-0413 – CELL: 1-225-733-5126 – COACH: 1-225-776-0770

EAST TEAM DEFENSIVE BACK TRI-MVP
– CB #1 Dre Ervin, (5-11, 175, 4.42) Fairhope, AL –
– CB #19 Bryan Bell, (5-9, 170, 4.4) Fairhope, AL –
HOME: 1-251-234-1327 – CELL: 1-251-401-1452

– FS #9 Daniel Blake Norwood, (6-2, 195, 4.52) Pensacola, FL –
HOME: 1-850-232-3369 – CELL: 1-850-791-5391 – COACH: 1-850-393-8896

KICKING SPECIALIST CO-MVP
– East Team MVP – #5 Joshua Davis, (6-0, 202, 4.8) Shreveport Evangel, LA –
– West Team MVP – #18 Alex Koulpasis, (5-11, 205, 4.8) Plaquemine, LA –
HOME: 1-225-659-0660 – CELL: 1-225-776-4378 – COACH: 1-225-776-0770

INJURED PLAYER IN PRACTICE
– East Team – #13 WR Ray Epps, (6-5, 217, 4.5) Indy Warren Central, IN –
HOME: 1-317-436-7881 – CELL: 1-312-613-9326 – COACH: 1-773-620-7845
 

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My mission and goal is to search for that hidden high school football talent that has not been found yet. I then evaluate him and try to help him to get some publicity. In 2003, 2004, 2005. and 2006, I hosted my Annual 7on7 National Championship. My goal was to get great athletes to one area where I could evaluate them and then help them with college coaches. The only drawback was that college coaches wanted to see the hidden gems in a game-type highlight film and so the college coaches suggested to me that I host a real All-American Bowl Game so that they could view these talented players in a highlight film, playing against other talented players. It's noted that the NCAA doesn't allow the college coaches to attend All-American Games or practices and so the Game Film is a great tool for the college coaches. In 2005, I hosted my 1st Annual All-American Bowl Game. In nine games in nine years, my wife and I have helped 549 HS football players to get a scholarship that came to our first Bowl Game practice without a single scholarship offer. This also does not count over 1,000 players who we have helped that did not play in our game, including over 100 players in the 2010 Recruiting Season. My Super Elite Top Gun Camp idealogy, is of course, to get as many Top Football Players to a Top Gun Camp so that all of my coaches and I can evaluate them, rate them, rank them, and promote them. There will always be "Diamonds in the Rough" to be found. My First Annual Max Emfinger's Super Elite Top Gun Camp was in July of 2010. The Camp was amazing and loaded with unknown and known talent. Many of them were invited to play in our 2011 All-American Bowl Game Classic. In 2007, in my 3rd Annual All-American Bowl Game, a player by the name of Kareem Jackson came to our first Monday practice, without a single scholarship offer. Jackson decided to come out early and he became a #1 Draft Choice in the 2010 NFL Draft for the Houston Texans.
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