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This will be a huge dual.... Michigan beat the crap out of Iowa.
Totally agree. That was a big surprise to me, especially seeing how Iowa's top wrestlers were beaten and we only won 3 matches against them.

Results: MU 24 IA 11
125 -- #12 Michael DeAugustino (U-M) dec. #5 Drake Ayala, 2-1 TB -- U-M, 3-0
133 -- #4 Dylan Ragusin (U-M) dec. #18 Cullan Schriever, 5-2 -- U-M, 6-0
141 -- #19 Sergio Lemley (U-M) major dec. #1 Real Woods, 14-2 -- U-M, 10-0
149 -- #6 Austin Gomez (U-M) dec. Victor Voinovich, 5-1 -- U-M, 13-0
157 -- #12 Will Lewan (U-M) dec. #2 Jared Franek, 2-2 TB -- U-M, 16-0
165 -- #6 Michael Caliendo (Iowa) dec. Beau Mantanona, 9-4 -- U-M, 16-3
174 -- #3 Shane Griffith (U-M) major dec. #8 Patrick Kennedy, 12-1 -- U-M, 20-3
184 -- Aidan Riggins (Iowa) dec. Joseph Walker, 6-5 -- U-M, 20-6
197 -- #11 Zach Glazier (Iowa) tech. fall Bobby Striggow, 19-4 (6:59) -- U-M, 20-11
Hwt -- #6 Lucas Davison (U-M) major dec. #28 Bradley Hill, 11-2 -- U-M, 24-11
 
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FOUR HUSKERS FINISH FIRST, THREE FINISH SECOND AT MISSOURI VALLEY OPEN​

The Missouri Valley Men’s Open has been traditionally one of the toughest regular-season tournaments in the state of Missouri for college wrestlers, if not the Midwest as there were teams from all three NCAA levels (Div. 1, 2, and 3), NJCAA teams, and a significant contingent of NAIA schools (including the host Missouri Valley).

Among the 50+ teams in attendance, more than a handful of them are ranked team-wise in their respective division. From the NAIA, there were the #1, #9, #15, #22 and #23 ranked teams. (Grand View, Ottawa, Missouri Valley, Oklahoma City Univ., and Baker Univ.) From the NCAA Div. 1 Level, there was the #2 Missouri Tigers and the #9 ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers. From the NCAA Division 2 level, the #1, #19, (Central Oklahoma and Central Missouri). And from the NJCAA rankings the #6 team, Indian Hills C.C."

"Marshall, Mo. - Alan Koehler (125), Kyle Burwick (133), Jagger Condomitti (165) and Elise Brown Ton (174) took home titles, as the Huskers saw 11 of their 12 wrestlers place in the top six of their weight class at the Missouri Valley College Open. "
NU individual wrestlers scored a combined 225.5 points and as a team 595 points.
Team​
Match Points​
1​
Grand View (Iowa)​
924​
2​
Missouri​
625​
3​
Nebraska
595​
4​
Unattached​
516​
5​
Missouri Valley​
412​
6​
Lindenwood​
313​
7​
Indian Hill Community College​
241​
8​
Central Missouri​
226​
9​
Baker (Kan.)​
216​
10​
Oklahoma City​
204​
11​
Graceland University​
196​
12​
Missouri Baptist University​
189​
13​
William Penn (Iowa)​
184​
14​
York (Neb.)​
137​
15​
Central Methodist​
136​
16​
Westminster​
118​
17​
Fort Hays Unattached​
108​
18​
Fort Hays State​
104​
19​
Ottawa University​
100​
20​
Fontbonne​
99​
21​
Central Oklahoma​
83​
22​
Midland (Neb.)​
82​
Mens 125
Alan Koehler's place is 1s
t and has scored 19.5 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - Alan Koehler (Nebraska) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Alan Koehler (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Peyton Shephard (Central Missouri) (TF 21-6)
  • Quarterfinal - Alan Koehler (Nebraska) won by fall over Luis Vasquez (Missouri Valley) (Fall 2:01)
  • Semifinal - Alan Koehler (Nebraska) won by decision over Gabe Gonzales (Grand View (Iowa)) (Dec 9-7)
  • 1st Place Match - Alan Koehler (Nebraska) won by decision over Luqman Masud (Missouri) (Dec 8-5)

Mens 133

Hayden Mills's place is 5th and has scored 12.5 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - Hayden Mills (Nebraska) won by decision over Drew Stanfield (Missouri) (Dec 10-9)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Hayden Mills (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Brendan Ferenchik (William Penn (Iowa)) (TF 19-3)
  • Quarterfinal - Hayden Mills (Nebraska) won by decision over Ryan Lobato (Grand View (Iowa)) (Dec 4-3)
  • Semifinal - Caiden Pelc (Lindenwood) won by fall over Hayden Mills (Nebraska) (Fall 2:31)
  • Cons. Semi - Drew Stanfield (Missouri) won by decision over Hayden Mills (Nebraska) (Dec 1-0)
  • 5th Place Match - Hayden Mills (Nebraska) won by medical forfeit over Luke Fogleman (Grand View (Iowa)) (MFF)

Mens 133

Kyle Burwick's place is 1st and has scored 21.0 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - Kyle Burwick (Nebraska) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Kyle Burwick (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Drew Lugafet (York (Neb.)) (TF 18-1)
  • Quarterfinal - Kyle Burwick (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Caden Lopez (Graceland University) (TF 17-1)
  • Semifinal - Kyle Burwick (Nebraska) won by fall over Luke Fogleman (Grand View (Iowa)) (Fall 4:38)
  • 1st Place Match - Kyle Burwick (Nebraska) won by decision over Caiden Pelc (Lindenwood) (Dec 2-0)

Mens 133

Drew Cooper's place is unknown and has scored 6.0 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - Drew Cooper (Nebraska) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Drew Cooper (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Ryan McNeel (Avila) (TF 21-4)
  • Quarterfinal - Luke Fogleman (Grand View (Iowa)) won by fall over Drew Cooper (Nebraska) (Fall 2:45)
  • Cons. Round 4 - Drew Cooper (Nebraska) won by fall over Ben Lindley (Lindenwood) (Fall 2:26)
  • Cons. Round 5 - Drew Stanfield (Missouri) won by fall over Drew Cooper (Nebraska) (Fall 4:00)

Mens 141

Tanner Frothinger's place is 2nd and has scored 22.0 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - Tanner Frothinger (Nebraska) won by fall over Jordan Cullors (Unattached) (Fall 5:52)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Tanner Frothinger (Nebraska) won by fall over Adrian Delgado (Midland (Neb.)) (Fall 1:52)
  • Quarterfinal - Tanner Frothinger (Nebraska) won by fall over Kristofer Arrey (Missouri Valley) (Fall 0:44)
  • Semifinal - Tanner Frothinger (Nebraska) won by fall over Tony Mendoza (Grand View (Iowa)) (Fall 4:49)
  • 1st Place Match - Owen Uhls (Missouri) won by decision over Tanner Frothinger (Nebraska) (Dec 8-4)

Mens 149

Scott Robertson's place is 3rd and has scored 20.5 team points.
  • Prelim - Scott Robertson (Nebraska) won by fall over Michael Crowder (Avila) (Fall 1:38)
  • Champ. Round 1 - Scott Robertson (Nebraska) won by fall over Zack Wicks (Graceland University) (Fall 1:17)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Scott Robertson (Nebraska) won by fall over Sammy Mendoza (Grand View (Iowa)) (Fall 2:21)
  • Quarterfinal - Scott Robertson (Nebraska) won by fall over Bryson Anderson (Missouri Valley) (Fall 2:47)
  • Semifinal - Cole Ferguson (Grand View (Iowa)) won by decision over Scott Robertson (Nebraska) (Dec 4-3)
  • Cons. Semi - Scott Robertson (Nebraska) won by no contest over Elijah Larsen (Grand View (Iowa)) (NC)
  • 3rd Place Match - Scott Robertson (Nebraska) won by no contest over Ettien Rodgers Jr. (Missouri Baptist University) (NC)

Mens 165

Griffin Ray's place is 6th and has scored 13.0 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - Griffin Ray (Nebraska) won by fall over Hayden Brown (Oklahoma City) (Fall 0:00)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Griffin Ray (Nebraska) won by decision over Ryan Van Donselaar (William Penn (Iowa)) (Dec 5-0)
  • Quarterfinal - DezMonde Garterell (Nebraska) won by major decision over Griffin Ray (Nebraska) (Maj 10-2)
  • Cons. Round 4 - Griffin Ray (Nebraska) won by fall over Jamie Watts (York (Neb.)) (Fall 1:20)
  • Cons. Round 5 - Griffin Ray (Nebraska) won by fall over Cullen Koedam (Grand View (Iowa)) (Fall 2:10)
  • Cons. Semi - Danny Diaz (Grand View (Iowa)) won by major decision over Griffin Ray (Nebraska) (Maj 14-3)
  • 5th Place Match - Richard Mack (Grand View (Iowa)) won by no contest over Griffin Ray (Nebraska) (NC)

Mens 165

DezMonde Garterell's place is 3rd and has scored 16.5 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - DezMonde Garterell (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Leonides Ruvalcaba (Missouri Baptist University) (TF 18-3)
  • Champ. Round 2 - DezMonde Garterell (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Nathaniel Martindale (Grand View (Iowa)) (TF 21-6)
  • Quarterfinal - DezMonde Garterell (Nebraska) won by major decision over Griffin Ray (Nebraska) (Maj 10-2)
  • Semifinal - Jagger Condomitti (Nebraska) won by decision over DezMonde Garterell (Nebraska) (Dec 4-0)
  • Cons. Semi - DezMonde Garterell (Nebraska) won in sudden victory - 1 over Richard Mack (Grand View (Iowa)) (SV-1 8-5)
  • 3rd Place Match - DezMonde Garterell (Nebraska) won by decision over Danny Diaz (Grand View (Iowa)) (Dec 6-2)

Mens 165

Jagger Condomitti's place is 1st and has scored 21.0 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - Jagger Condomitti (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Cody Hughes (Central Methodist) (TF 17-1)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Jagger Condomitti (Nebraska) won by fall over Keegan Troutman (Baker (Kan.)) (Fall 2:04)
  • Quarterfinal - Jagger Condomitti (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Cullen Koedam (Grand View (Iowa)) (TF 15-0)
  • Semifinal - Jagger Condomitti (Nebraska) won by decision over DezMonde Garterell (Nebraska) (Dec 4-0)
  • 1st Place Match - Jagger Condomitti (Nebraska) won by decision over Justin McCunn (Grand View (Iowa)) (Dec 4-1)

Mens 174

Elise Brown Ton's place is 1st and has scored 19.0 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - Elise Brown Ton (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Kobe Smith (Oklahoma City) (TF 22-6)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Elise Brown Ton (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Ethan Jackson (Unattached) (TF 15-0)
  • Quarterfinal - Elise Brown Ton (Nebraska) won by decision over Trey Brewer (Central Missouri) (Dec 6-2)
  • Semifinal - Elise Brown Ton (Nebraska) won by decision over Ellis Pfleger (Missouri) (Dec 10-6)
  • 1st Place Match - Elise Brown Ton (Nebraska) won by decision over Christopher Minto (Nebraska) (Dec 3-2)

Mens 174

Christopher Minto's place is 2nd and has scored 19.5 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - Christopher Minto (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Dayton Fraser (York (Neb.)) (TF 21-6)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Christopher Minto (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Kaleb Valdez-Lemos (Lindenwood) (TF 17-2)
  • Quarterfinal - Christopher Minto (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Thomas Even (Grand View (Iowa)) (TF 15-0)
  • Semifinal - Christopher Minto (Nebraska) won by major decision over Sean Harman (Missouri) (Maj 16-8)
  • 1st Place Match - Elise Brown Ton (Nebraska) won by decision over Christopher Minto (Nebraska) (Dec 3-2)

Mens 174

Cooper French's place is 5th and has scored 18.0 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - Cooper French (Nebraska) won by fall over Jacob Catagas (Baker (Kan.)) (Fall 3:19)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Cooper French (Nebraska) won by major decision over Paul Hernandez (Central Missouri) (Maj 13-3)
  • Quarterfinal - Sean Harman (Missouri) won by major decision over Cooper French (Nebraska) (Maj 17-4)
  • Cons. Round 4 - Cooper French (Nebraska) won by fall over Kaleb Valdez-Lemos (Lindenwood) (Fall 1:18)
  • Cons. Round 5 - Cooper French (Nebraska) won by fall over Paul Hernandez (Central Missouri) (Fall 2:46)
  • Cons. Semi - Ellis Pfleger (Missouri) won by fall over Cooper French (Nebraska) (Fall 3:37)
  • 5th Place Match - Cooper French (Nebraska) won by medical forfeit over Sean Harman (Missouri) (MFF)

Mens 184

Ethan DeLeon's place is 2nd and has scored 17.0 team points.
  • Champ. Round 1 - Ethan DeLeon (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Mckinley Kemper (Lindenwood) (TF 19-3)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Ethan DeLeon (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Trey Graves (Graceland University) (TF 17-2)
  • Quarterfinal - Ethan DeLeon (Nebraska) won by decision over Darion Thompson (Indian Hill Community College) (Dec 4-2)
  • Semifinal - Ethan DeLeon (Nebraska) won by decision over Austen Wetzel (Westminster) (Dec 12-7)
  • 1st Place Match - Jameel Coles (Grand View (Iowa)) won by decision over Ethan DeLeon (Nebraska) (Dec 4-2)
 
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5 Feb 2024 FLO Dual rankings: (10 of 14 B1G teams in the top 26)
RankTeamRecordConferencePrevious
1Penn State8-0Big 101
2Oklahoma State10-0Big 124
3Iowa10-1Big 102
4Nebraska10-1Big 103
5Iowa State11-2Big 125
6Ohio State13-2Big 106
7Michigan6-3Big 1013
8NC State12-2ACC7
9Cornell8-3EIWA8
10Missouri8-2Big 129
11Virginia Tech6-3ACC10
12Minnesota8-2Big 1011
13South Dakota State11-2Big 1212
14Rutgers10-4Big 1014
15Lehigh5-3EIWA15
16Pittsburgh8-6ACC17
17Stanford9-2Pac 1218
18Little Rock15-5Pac 1219
19Wisconsin8-4Big 1022
20Northern Iowa5-5Big 1223
21Oklahoma5-5Big 1224
22West Virginia9-5Big 1216
23Arizona State4-5Pac 1227
24Oregon State5-5Pac 1220
25Indiana6-2Big 1030
26Michigan State9-4Big 1021
 
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"Friday night was a true moment for 5th-ranked Nebraska wrestling. Facing an opportunity to take on #9 Michigan at home on the raised stage in front of the third-largest crowd in program history, Nebraska exceeded every expectation by downing the Wolverines 25-7."

GREAT effort and result for NU Wrestlers Tonight!
#4 Nebraska 25 #7 Mich 7
125 - # 9 Caleb Smith (17-5) Dec over #10 Michael DeAugustino 8-5
133 - # 29 Jake Van Dee (16-6) Dec over #4 Dylan Ragusin 3-2 (1st loss for Ragusin)
141 - # 7 Brock Hardy (14-5) Dec over #13 Sergio Lemley 13-9
149 - # 1 Ridge Lovett (20-0) Dec over #6 Austin Gomez 11-4
157 - # 14 Peyton Robb (16-4) Dec over #12 Will Lewan 2-1
165 - # 14 Antrell Taylor (16-4) Dec over #8 Cameron Amine SV 3-2
174 - #3 Shane Griffith Dec over # 20 Bubba Wilson 1-0
184 - # 3 Lenny Pinto (17-3) Dec over #16 Jaden Bullock 10-4
197 - # 13 Silas Allred (19-4) Dec over Bobby Striggow 14-2
HWT - #6 Lucas Davison over Nash Hutmacher 8-0

Nebraska paid tribute to its three seniors Peyton Robb, Nash Hutmacher and Brandyn Van Tassell.
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Congrats to Ridge Lovett!
 
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Huskers are set to face No. 1 Penn State in University Park, Pa., on Sunday, Feb. 18. Action is set for 3 p.m. (CT) and will air on BTN.

Projected PSU lineup (12 Feb FLO rankings):
125: #5 Braeden Davis
133: #8 Aaron Nagao
141: #1 Beau Bartlett
149: #12 Tyler Kasak
157: #1 Levi Haines
165: #6 Mitchell Mesenbrink
174: #1 Carter Starocci
184: #7 Bernie Truax
197: #1 Aaron Brooks
285: #1 Greg Kerkvliet
 
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Huskers will wrap up the regular season on the road, as they travel to Penn State on Sunday, Feb. 18.

Projected PSU lineup:
125: #2 Braeden Davis
133: #6 Aaron Nagao
141: #1 Beau Bartlett
149: #10 Tyler Kasak
157: #1 Levi Haines
165: #7 Mitchell Mesenbrink
174: #1 Carter Starocci
184: #6 Bernie Truax
197: #1 Aaron Brooks
285: #1 Greg Kerkvliet

I don't think this will go well for the Huskers. Penn State dominated Iowa in Iowa City on Friday night. PSU wrestling is just on another planet recently.
 
I don't think this will go well for the Huskers. Penn State dominated Iowa in Iowa City on Friday night. PSU wrestling is just on another planet recently.
We may win two with Lovett and Pinto but then PSU will be ready so those aren't for sure wins.

12 Feb FLO rankings:
125 - # 9 Caleb Smith (17-5)
133 - # 22 Jake Van Dee (16-6)
141 - # 5 Brock Hardy (14-5)
149 - # 1 Ridge Lovett (20-0)
157 - # 13 Peyton Robb (16-4)
165 - # 10 Antrell Taylor (16-4)
174 - # 20 Bubba Wilson
184 - # 3 Lenny Pinto (17-3)
197 - # 13 Silas Allred (19-4)
HWT - Nash Hutmacher
 
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Lovett is the only one I'd put money on to win.

That PSU team is dominant. Its interesting how wrestling has produced several HoF type individuals who go on to be truly outstanding or HoF worthy coaches (Dan Gable, John Smith, Cael Sanderson for instance), yet that is so very rare in any other sport.
 
#3 NU 13 #1 PSU 22:
Results:
125: # 9 Caleb Smith (19-5) over #5 Braeden Davis - Maj upset Dec 11-3(NEB 4, PSU 0)
133: # 22 Jake Van Dee (17-6) over Shunk - Dec 6-2 (NEB 7, PSU 0)
141: #1 Beau Bartlett (16-0) over # 5 Brock Hardy (14-6) 9-6, Ref gave this one to Beau. (NEB 7, PSU 3)
149: # 1 Ridge Lovett (21-0) #12 Tyler Kasak dec 7-3 (NEB 10, PSU 3)
157: #1 Levi Haines # 13 over Peyton Robb (16-5) Dec 10-3 (NEB 10, PSU 6)
165: #6 Mitchell Mesenbrink over # 10 Antrell Taylor (16-5) 9-5 (NEB 10, PSU 9)
174: #1 Carter Starocci over # 20 Bubba Wilson maj dec 20-4 (PSU 14, NEB 10)
184: # 3 Lenny Pinto (17-3) over #7 Bernie Truax Dec 8-6 (PSU 14, NEB 13)
197: #1 Aaron Brooks over # 13 Silas Allred (19-4) maj dec 17-4 (PSU 18, NEB 13)
285: #1 Greg Kerkvliet over Nash Hutmacher 10-0 (PSU 22, NEB 13)

 
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#3 NU 13 #1 PSU 22:
Results:
125: # 9 Caleb Smith (19-5) over #5 Braeden Davis - Maj Dec 11-3
133: # 22 Jake Van Dee (17-6) over Shunk - Dec 6-2
141: #1 Beau Bartlett (16-0) over # 5 Brock Hardy (14-6) 8-6, Ref gave this one to Beau.
149: # 1 Ridge Lovett (21-0) #12 Tyler Kasak dec 7-3
157: #1 Levi Haines # 13 over Peyton Robb (16-5) Dec 10-3
165: #6 Mitchell Mesenbrink over # 10 Antrell Taylor (16-5) 9-6
174: #1 Carter Starocci over # 20 Bubba Wilson maj dec 20-4
184: # 3 Lenny Pinto (17-3) over #7 Bernie Truax Dec 8-6
197: #1 Aaron Brooks over # 13 Silas Allred (19-4) maj dec 17-4
285: #1 Greg Kerkvliet over Nash Hutmacher 10-0
Danged if that PSU team isn't stocked. Their S &C coach is worth his weight in gold....UN did well with a team full of
Natty repeaters. Oh, well...hardball went the husker's way yesterday.
 



Huskers close out regular-season competition as they travel to Tempe, Ariz., on Sunday, Feb. 25, to face No. 22 Arizona State. Action is set to begin at 2 p.m. (CT) and will be streamed on the Pac-12 Network.

19 Feb FLO rankings:
#4 NU:
125 - # 5 Caleb Smith (18-5)
133 - # 22 Jake Van Dee (17-6)
141 - # 5 Brock Hardy (14-6)
149 - # 1 Ridge Lovett (21-0)
157 - # 13 Peyton Robb (16-5)or Ethan Stiles (15-2)
165 - # 10 Antrell Taylor (16-5)
174 - # 19 Bubba Wilson (12-10)or Elise Brown Ton (22-6)
184 - # 3 Lenny Pinto (18-3)
197 - # 13 Silas Allred (19-5)
HWT - Nash Hutmacher (4-3)

#22 ASU probable starters:

125: #25 Richard Figueroa (7-5)
133: No. 24 Julian Chlebove (15-6) or Carter Dibert (ASU) 3-7
141: #25 18 Jesse Vasquez (6-1) or Cody Foote (5-15)
149: #3 Kyle Parco (ASU) (17-2)
157: #3 Jacori Teemer (ASU)(17-3)
165: #31 Chance McLane (ASU)
174: Cael Valencia (ASU)(7-8)
184: #27 Tony Negron (ASU) (12-6)
197: Jacob Meissner (2-12) or Damion Schunke (2-8)
285: #4 Cohlton Schultz (ASU) or Tarik Sutkovic (2-4)

Team Tournament rank:
NU #3
ASU: #12

Team Dual Rankings:
NU: #4
ASU: #22

 
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The Huskers wrestled their asses off today. This is a loaded PSU team. If we'd wrestled like this against Iowa we could have won.
Before the match, I wasn't expecting much, other than to make a worthy showing. After 184, I thought we had a chance... (depending on a surprise from Allred, and Nash holding his own).

Nothing to be ashamed of. We'll get 'em next year.
 

Huskers competed well and showed up yesterday! They now know were they stand and need to prepare for Big 10 tourney. Looking forward to going to KC for the National Championships.
 

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