Broncos - OMFL Cup Results

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  1. CHUNKNESS

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    Broncos - OMFL Cup Results

    DOUBLE ELIMINATION RESULTS
    ROUND 1: Win vs. Giants (PepperNY) 31-21
    ROUND 2: Win vs. Eagles (VishaL) 34-21
    ROUND 3: Win vs. Jets (Scikotic) 24-17

    GROUP B RESULTS
    Game 1: Win vs. Jets (Scikotic) 31-28
    Game 2: Win vs. Seahawks (Pbates/EnlightenedOne/thadisciple) 31-15
    Game 3: Win vs. Lions (TRudeThaDude) 52-7
    Game 4: Win vs. Rams (Bruce) 17-14
    Game 5: Win (forfeit) vs. 49ers (Dritsch) ...Nate granted him asylum ;)
     
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    GAME 1: Broncos 31 Vs. Jets 28 (Hawaii)

    Where to begin... First I'd like to start off by saying that Scikotic is a formidable opponent who played with heart and lost a close one with utmost respect. This game came down to Special Teams and field position. Denver's first score of the game followed a muffed punt return by Leon Washington at the NYJ 15. Correll Buckhalter punched it in from four yards out to give the Broncos the early 7-0 lead (5:45 first quarter). Not to be outdone, Mark Sanchez would march the Jets 80 yards down the field capped off by a Leon Washington five-yard TD run to close out the scoring for the first quarter and tie things up at 7-7 (1:12 first quarter).

    The second quarter was much of the same as Kyle Orton would lead the Broncos offense 77 yards and successfully finish with a seven-yard TD pass to Brandon Marshall to regain the lead, 14-7 Broncos (6:07 second quarter). Sanchez and Co. would answer once again as he would hit TE Dustin Keller for a 22 yard TD reception with 2:32 remaining in the first half, 14-14 tie. The Broncos were able to drive all the way to the NYJ 15 yard line, but a risky pass by Kyle Orton intended for TE Daniel Graham wound up in the hands of OLB Calvin Pace to end any chances of the Broncos putting up more points before the end of the first half. The Jets knelt out the clock and both teams went into their locker rooms at halftime with the game tied, 14-14.

    The Jets would receive to open the second half and Leon Washington returned the kick all the way to the NYJ 45. With such great field position, the Jets took advantage of the sleeping Broncos defense and Shonn Greene punched it in from seven yards out to give the Jets a 21-14 lead (6:02 third quarter). The Broncos would go three-and-out on their first posession of the half. The Jets were careless with the ball on their ensuing drive, however, as WR Brad Smith was stripped by Champ Bailey and the fumble was recovered by LB Wesley Woodyard at the NYJ 32. Kyle Orton would answer the call and hit TE Tony Scheffler for a 10 yard TD with 3:06 remaining in the third quarter (21-21 tie).

    Both teams would wind up exchanging punts in a battle of field position. The Broncos would gain the upper hand, only to see a 48-yard FG shanked wide left by kicker Matt Prater to start the fourth quarter. The Jets would get a 10-yard penalty and immediately respond as Mark Sanchez hit Braylon Edwards for a 71 yard catch-and-run for a TD to put the Jets back up 28-21 (6:35 fourth quarter). Eddie Royal equalized momentum once again, though, as he returned the ensuing kickoff 103 yards for a TD to tie things up again at 28 (6:25 fourth quarter). The Jets would go three-and-out on their next posession and punt the ball back to the Broncos with just over five minutes remaining. Starting at the DEN 46, the Broncos were confident they could run off some clock and manage to get into field goal range. They were successful and Prater redeemed himself with the game winning FG from 29 yards out to put the Broncos back up, 31-28 (1:05 remaining fourth quarter). The Jets attempted to get into FG range to tie things up, but with no timeouts left, their options were limited. The Broncos knew this and were successful at thwarting the Jets final efforts.

    It was a heck of a game Scikotic. One I will surely remember. Thx for the great game and I look forward to our next opportunity. GL in the rest of the tournament.

    KEY STATS:
    Eddie Royal... 5 KR, 220 YDS, 1 TD
    Kyle Orton... 12/23, 126 YDS, 2 TD, 1 INT
    Moreno, Buckhalter, Orton, & Hillis... combined for 31 CAR, 111 YDS, 1 TD
    Broncos Defense... 5 sacks (Goodman, Peterson, Woodyard, McBean, Smith), 1 FF (Bailey), 2 FR (Woodyard, Smith)
     
  3. Big D

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    Chunk, how did you get the stats? That's cool...didn't know there was a way in unranked games.
     
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    Great review bud. One thing, it was Jerricho Cotchery who muffed the punt, not Leon...

    As for the game, it really was a great one. Unfortunately I lost this one via the ST. Up 7 with less than 6:00 remaining, Royal took one to the house to tie it back up. It was only one of many ST blunders on my part which included the muffed punt return, many bad punts in open space to Royal, and the KO Return for a TD that you made me pay for. The difference in this game was STs, no doubt about it. You took advantage of it and made me pay.

    Probably one of the closest, hard fought games I played in recent memory. Looking forward to the next time we meet. Best of luck in the tourny bud!
     
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    Whats good sdunlap. Stats should be available at the end of game menu. If you select the statistics category and hit R1, it will shift over to the player stats. I also use the highlights to summarize the play-by-play. I didn't do any highlights only because it was 3am my time and I needed to get some rest before work. ;)

    I stand corrected, Sci, I apologize. You are correct, it was Cotchery that muffed that punt. He may as well have put a Broncos jerzy on for that one. It was a close one throughout (as they all should be) and you mixed up your offense/defense which made it even more fun/challenging! Again, good game.
     
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    GAME 2: Seahawks 15 Vs. Broncos 31 (Hawaii)

    Game two for the Broncos in the OMFL Cup was against the Seahawks. Time of possession and turnovers were what proved to be the difference in this matchup.

    The first half was slow and methodical as the Broncos controlled the ball for 12 of the 16 minutes. The first score of the game came with 1:08 left in the first as Correll Buckhalter punched it in from four yards out to give the Broncos a 7-0 lead. The Seahawks would go three-and-out on their first possession of the game, giving the ball back to the Broncos after only one minute on offense.

    The Seahawks were able to prevent the Broncos from adding to their lead in the second quarter, though, forcing a punt from the DEN 27. Nate Burleson was able to return the punt to the SEA 40, only to have the Hawks offense go three-and-out again on their second possession of the game. Nearing the two-minute warning, Denver drove to the SEA 24. However, Kyle Orton would make his only mistake of the game and under threw an ill-advised pass intended for Brandon Marshall over the middle. He was covered by Kelly Jennings who tipped the underthrown ball into the hands of OLB Lofa Tatupu. With 2:46 remaining in the half, Matt Hasselbeck and Co. would drive 89 yards. The drive was capped off by a Justin Forsett TD on 4th and goal from the DEN three-yard line to knot things up at 7-7 with :30 remaining. That is where the teams would stand going into the locker rooms at halftime.

    The third quarter is where the fireworks lit up. The Seahawks would receive the opening kickoff of the second half. Matt Hasselbeck's first play from scrimmage was an underthrown pass intended for T.J. Houshmanzadeh which was picked off by Champ Bailey and returned 27 yards for a TD to put the Broncos back up by seven (14-7 Broncos, 7:54 third quarter). On the Seahawks next possession of the third quarter, Champ Bailey would pick off Hasselbeck again, this time at midfield. The Broncos would take advantage of the short field and Knowshon Moreno would eventually punch it in from one yard out to put the Broncos ahead 21-7 (4:55 third quarter). The Seahawks would go three-and-out once again on their third possession of the third quarter. On their ensuing drive, Kyle Orton would lead the Broncos offense on a successful trip to the end zone as he hit TE Tony Scheffler over the middle for a 37 yard TD reception (28-7 Broncos, 2:40 third quarter). The Seahawks went three-and-out yet again on their fourth possession to close out the third quarter.

    The Broncos took advantage of the Seahawks miscues on offense once again. This time Matt Prater kicked a 55 yard field goal to open the fourth quarter and give the Broncos a comfortable 31-7 lead (7:39 fourth quarter). The Seahawks would not lay down, however, as Seneca Wallace scrambled seven yards for a TD and converted a successful 2-point conversion with 3:51 remaining to cut the Broncos lead to 31-15. It would be the final points scored in the game, though, as time would eventually run out.

    It was a GG, Pbates, and certainly a valiant effort. Just one of those games where the running game didn't get working for you until it was too late and you were down by too many. Thx for a GG, and GL to you in the rest of the tourney.


    KEY STATS:
    Kyle Orton... 14/18, 194 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT (77% COMP)
    Moreno, Buckhalter, Orton, & Hillis... combined for 24 CAR, 103 YDS, 2 TD
    Broncos 3rd Down Conversions... 7-10 (70%)
    TOP 18:46 vs 13:14
    Champ Bailey... 2 INT, 1 TD
    Broncos defense... 1 Sack (McBean), 7 TFL (Dumvervil 2, Fields , Peterson , Davis, McBean, Haggan)
    T.J. Houshmanzadeh... 0 catches
     
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    GAME 3: Lions 7 Vs. Broncos 52 (Hawaii)

    There's not much to say about this game other than Madden had decided the outcome even before the opening kickoff. The game stats indicate a lot as the Broncos had 187 yards on the ground while the Lions were only able to accumulate 10 rush yards total. The Broncos were 9-11(81%) on third down and 3-3 in the red zone as the Lions were 3-11(27%) on third down and didn't even set foot in the Red Zone. The Broncos TOP was an entire quarter more than that of the Lions (20:05 vs 11:55) which clearly gave them an advantage against a tired Lions defense. Needless to say the horsemen were dominant on both sides of the ball.

    I won't get into great detail as I don't relish big wins, but I will highlight the individual player stats that stand out as the key to the win. Kyle Orton played another solid game particularly since he only threw two passes in the entire second half, both of which were in the third quarter as the Broncos were up 42-0 to start the 4th. Orton was 10-11(90%) for 110 yards and most importantly, no INT's. Knowshon Moreno carried the load out of the backfield with 19 carries for 110 yards and 2 TD's. Correll Buckhalter chipped in as well pounding out 71 yards and a TD on 9 carries. Between that and two INT's by Champ Bailey, one returned 22 yards for a TD, and a PR and KR for a TD by Eddie Royal, the Broncos were destined to prevail. Hats off to TRude for sticking this one out. GG, man, and GL in the rest of the tourney.

    KEY STATS:
    Moreno, Buckhalter, & Hillis... combined for 32 CAR, 193 YDS, 4 TD
    Kyle Orton... 10/11, 110 YDS, 0 INT
    Eddie Royal... 5 RET, 199 YDS, 2 TD
    Broncos defense... 3 SAK (McBean 2, Haggan 1), 7 TFL (McBean 2, Haggan 2, Fields, Dumervil, Bailey), 5 PDF (Bailey 3, Dawkins, Smith), 2 INT (Bailey 2), 1 TD (Bailey), 10 rush yards allowed, +1 turnover ratio (2/1), allowed 4-12 third/fourth down
     
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    i dont get the stat option during unranked games.....hmmmm
     
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    you should in the GAME RECAP option of the end-of-game menu. There should be an option to select STATISTICS or the HIGHLIGHTS just like in the online franchise. From the STATISTICS option hit R1 and you'll be able to view individual player stats.
     
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    GAME 4: Broncos 17 Vs. Rams 14 (Hawaii)

    In summary, once again the Broncos running game kept us in control throughout. The Rams defensive starters decided to play the wuss card and constantly get injured. Despite losing the turnover battle (-1), the Broncos defense stymied the Rams holding Steven Jackson to 57 yards and no TD's. We got lucky as the Rams receivers had three recorded drops and SEVERAL inaccurate throws by Mark Bulger. It certainly didn't help matters that there was a 15mph wind.

    Fast forward to the second half and a bit of a scare in the fourth as the Broncos were up 17-7 and driving. Knowshon Moreno lost a fumble at the STL 31 with 4:28 remaining giving the Rams ample opportunity to get back in this one - which they did. A successful drive capped off by a one yard TD by Samkon Gado with 1:20 remaining put the Rams back in business. However, with only two timeouts remaining, the coach opted to call an unsuccessful onside kick. The Broncos picked up the first down and Kyle Orton ran out the rest of the clock.

    GG, Russ, just not your team's day/year I guess... ;)


    SCORING
    QTR 1
    (DEN) M.PARATER, 35 YD FG, 2:14 (3-0 DEN)

    QTR 2
    (DEN) T.SCHEFFLER 49 YD PASS FROM K.ORTON (M.PRATER KICK), 1:13 (10-0 DEN)
    (STL) D.AVERY 6 YD PASS FROM M.BULGER (J.BROWN KICK), :05 (10-7 DEN)

    QTR 3
    (DEN) K.MORENO, 6 YD RUN (M.PRATER KICK), 2:46 (17-7 DEN)

    QTR 4
    (STL) S.GADO, 1 YD RUN (J.BROWN KICK), 1:17 (17-14 DEN)


    KEY STATS
    Moreno, Buckhalter, & Hillis... combined for 23 CAR, 128 YDS, 1 TD
    Kyle Orton... 9/13, 140 YDS, 1 TD, 0 INT
    OLB Mario Haggan... 3 TAK, 2 SAK
    MLB Wesley Woodyard... 3 TAK, 1 AST, 1 SAK
     
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    ROUND 1: Broncos 31 Vs. Giants 21 (Hawaii)

    The Giants defense stymied the Kyle Orton and Co. the first half of this affair as he threw his first and only two INT's of the tournament. The Giants went off early scoring 21 unanswered points and controlled the entire first half of the game. Momentum shifted in the second half, however, as Eddie Royal started things off for the Broncos with a 101 yard kickoff return. The Broncos kept climbing and overtook the Gmen with 1:29 left to go. A field goal would ice it and the Broncos would kneel to victory.

    In a game of broken tackles and an overabundance of first down animations, it isn't surprising that Madden decided to have the Giants shit the bed in the final minutes. GG, Rob. You got a raw deal in this one because you certainly dominated. Just wasn't meant to be I guess. GL with the rest of your cup.


    SCORING
    QTR 2
    (NYG) B.JACOBS, 1 YD RUN, (L.TYNES KICK), 5:55 (7-0 NYG)
    (NYG) A.BRADSHAW, 27 YD RUN (L.TYNES KICK), 3:37 (14-0 NYG)

    QTR 3
    (NYG) B.JACOBS, 62 YD RUN, (L.TYNES KICK), 3:32 (21-0 NYG)
    (DEN) E.ROYAL, RETURNED KICKOFF 101 YDS (M.PRATER KICK), 3:37 (21-7 NYG)
    (DEN) T.SCHEFFLER 3 YD PASS FROM K.ORTON (M.PRATER KICK), 0:45 (21-14 NYG)

    QTR 4
    (DEN) K.MORENO, 33 YD RUN (M.PRATER KICK), 4:37 (21-21)
    (DEN) B.MARSHALL 27 YD PASS FROM K.ORTON (M.PRATER KICK), 1:28 (28-21 DEN)
    (DEN) M.PRATER, 43 YD FG, 0:55 (31-21 DEN)


    KEY STATS
    this one was all Giants...

    Eddie Royal... 4 KR, 217 YDS, 1 TD
     
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    ROUND 3: Broncos 24 Vs. Jets 17 (Hawaii)

    Emerging from the same Group (B) to qualify for round play, both of these teams had faced each other once before. There was no doubt that this would be a defensive chess match and neither team disappointed. Kyle Orton clearly had his worst showing from a production standpoint as did the Broncos backfield as the stingy Jets defense stymied the Broncos early and often holding the Broncos under 100 yards rushing for the first time in the tournament. However, the Broncos defense was able to reciprocate, only they keyed in on rookie sensation Mark Sanches and applied pressure throughout the game. Fast forward to halftime and the score was all knotted up 10-10 following a Jay Feely 46 yard FG as time expired.

    The Jets would receive to open the second half, but eventually stalled at midfield and were forced to punt. On the ensuing Broncos drive, a Kyle Orton miscue would put the Jets back in the driver's seat as his pass intended for FB Peyton Hillis was intercepted by FS Kerry Rhodes giving the Jets great field position at the DEN 27. The Jets would capitalize as Mark Sanchez hit TE Dustin Keller for a 27 yard TD strike to put the Jets up 17-10 with just over a minute to play in the third quarter.

    The Broncos would wind up with the ball on the DEN 24 following a 24 yard kick return by Eddie Royal. However, Kyle Orton would make another costly mistake on the Broncos next offensive series as he attempted a pass beyond the line of scrimmage on second down forcing a loss of 10 yards, and most importantly, a loss of down. With the Broncos unable to make up ground on 3rd and 14, the Jets wound up with the ball once again. This time on the NYJ 23 with exactly seven minutes remaining in the game.

    As the Jets seemed to pick up momentum, the Broncos defense dug in their heels. After forcing Mark Sanchez to throw three incomplete passes, the defense left the field allowing Eddie Royal to come in and work his magic. Key blocks by DB's Josh Barrett and Darcel McBath would give Royal running room to gain ground and eek around Vernon Gholston's big miff of a hit. Royal would return the punt 46 yards to the NYJ 34 yard line. The Broncos would take advantage of the short field and finish their drive with a 3 yard TD by FB Peyton Hills. Once again the game was tied at 17-17 with 3:39 left to play.

    The Broncos would find themselves in possession of the ball again following two consecutive sacks of Mark Sanchez on the Jets final drive of the fourth quarter. At the NYJ 45 with 1:11 remaining and all three timeouts, the Broncos were comfortable, but certainly not complacent. Correll Buckhalter scored a TD on a 31 yard carry up the heart of the Jets defense to put the Broncos up 24-17 and just under 1:00 left in the game. The Jets were not done, but with only one timeout remaining, their options were limited. They were able to drive all the way to the DEN 7, but time expired and the Broncos came out on top.

    Either team could have won this one, it just came down to third down conversions and field position. It was another great game, Scikotic, right down to the final minute. GL with the rest of your cup and perhaps we'll see each other again.


    SCORING
    QTR 1
    (DEN) M.PRATER, 29 YD FG, 2:41 (3-0 DEN)

    QTR 2
    (NYJ) L.WASHINGTON, 36 YD RUN (J.FEELY KICK), 2:59 (7-3 NYJ)
    (DEN) B.MARSHALL, 13 YD TD PASS FROM K.ORTON (M.PRATER KICK), 0:52 (10-7 DEN)
    (NYJ) J.FEELY, 46 YD FG, 0:00 (10-10 TIE)

    QTR 3
    (NYJ) D.KELLER, 27 YD PASS FROM M.SANCHEZ (J.FEELY KICK), 1:12 (17-10 NYJ)

    QTR 4
    (DEN) P.HILLIS, 3 YD RUN (M.PRATER KICK), 3:38 (17-17 TIE)
    (DEN) C.BUCKHALTER, 31 YD RUN (M.PRATER KICK), 0:45 (24-17 DEN)



    KEY STATS
    3RD DOWN CONV... NYJ 3/8 vs DEN 5/9
    RED ZONE... NYJ 0/0 vs DEN 3/3

    Kyle Orton... 15/24, 171 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT
    Broncos Defense... 5 sacks (Haggan 2, McBath, Holliday, Williams), 1 INT (Barrett), 8 PDEF (Goodman 3, Bailey 2, Dawkins, Smith, McBath)
     
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    ROUND 3: Broncos 24 Vs. Jets 17 (Hawaii)

    Emerging from the same Group (B) to qualify for round play, both of these teams had faced each other once before. There was no doubt that this would be a defensive chess match and neither team disappointed. Kyle Orton clearly had his worst showing from a production standpoint as did the Broncos backfield as the stingy Jets defense stymied the Broncos early and often holding the Broncos under 100 yards rushing for the first time in the tournament. However, the Broncos defense was able to reciprocate, only they keyed in on rookie sensation Mark Sanches and applied pressure throughout the game. Fast forward to halftime and the score was all knotted up 10-10 following a Jay Feely 46 yard FG as time expired.

    The Jets would receive to open the second half, but eventually stalled at midfield and were forced to punt. On the ensuing Broncos drive, a Kyle Orton miscue would put the Jets back in the driver's seat as his pass intended for FB Peyton Hillis was intercepted by FS Kerry Rhodes giving the Jets great field position at the DEN 27. The Jets would capitalize as Mark Sanchez hit TE Dustin Keller for a 27 yard TD strike to put the Jets up 17-10 with just over a minute to play in the third quarter.

    The Broncos would wind up with the ball on the DEN 24 following a 24 yard kick return by Eddie Royal. However, Kyle Orton would make another costly mistake on the Broncos next offensive series as he attempted a pass beyond the line of scrimmage on second down forcing a loss of 10 yards, and most importantly, a loss of down. With the Broncos unable to make up ground on 3rd and 14, the Jets wound up with the ball once again. This time on the NYJ 23 with exactly seven minutes remaining in the game.

    As the Jets seemed to pick up momentum, the Broncos defense dug in their heels. After forcing Mark Sanchez to throw three incomplete passes, the defense left the field allowing Eddie Royal to come in and work his magic. Key blocks by DB's Josh Barrett and Darcel McBath would give Royal running room to gain ground and eek around Vernon Gholston's big miff of a hit. Royal would return the punt 46 yards to the NYJ 34 yard line. The Broncos would take advantage of the short field and finish their drive with a 3 yard TD by FB Peyton Hills. Once again the game was tied at 17-17 with 3:39 left to play.

    The Broncos would find themselves in possession of the ball again following two consecutive sacks of Mark Sanchez on the Jets final drive of the fourth quarter. At the NYJ 45 with 1:11 remaining and all three timeouts, the Broncos were comfortable, but certainly not complacent. Correll Buckhalter scored a TD on a 31 yard carry up the heart of the Jets defense to put the Broncos up 24-17 and just under 1:00 left in the game. The Jets were not done, but with only one timeout remaining, their options were limited. They were able to drive all the way to the DEN 7, but time expired and the Broncos came out on top.

    Either team could have won this one, it just came down to third down conversions and field position. It was another great game, Scikotic, right down to the final minute. GL with the rest of your cup and perhaps we'll see each other again.


    SCORING
    QTR 1
    (DEN) M.PRATER, 29 YD FG, 2:41 (3-0 DEN)

    QTR 2
    (NYJ) L.WASHINGTON, 36 YD RUN (J.FEELY KICK), 2:59 (7-3 NYJ)
    (DEN) B.MARSHALL, 13 YD TD PASS FROM K.ORTON (M.PRATER KICK), 0:52 (10-7 DEN)
    (NYJ) J.FEELY, 46 YD FG, 0:00 (10-10 TIE)

    QTR 3
    (NYJ) D.KELLER, 27 YD PASS FROM M.SANCHEZ (J.FEELY KICK), 1:12 (17-10 NYJ)

    QTR 4
    (DEN) P.HILLIS, 3 YD RUN (M.PRATER KICK), 3:38 (17-17 TIE)
    (DEN) C.BUCKHALTER, 31 YD RUN (M.PRATER KICK), 0:45 (24-17 DEN)



    KEY STATS
    3RD DOWN CONV... NYJ 3/8 vs DEN 5/9
    RED ZONE... NYJ 0/0 vs DEN 3/3

    Kyle Orton... 15/24, 171 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT
    Broncos Defense... 5 sacks (Haggan 2, McBath, Holliday, Williams), 1 INT (Barrett), 8 PDEF (Goodman 3, Bailey 2, Dawkins, Smith, McBath)
     

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