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    [2022] Pre-Season Week #1 - 4 PM

    Blair Holcomb looks competent now that he's behind five linemen playing in the right positions.
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    [CFBHC/NFLHC] Available Teams

    Updated September 24 Remember: Conference commissioners have final say in approving prospective coaches to jobs. First come does not guarantee first serve, although it may be a factor. Available jobs: Mid-American Conference Buffalo Bulls Miami (OH) Redhawks Mountain West Conference Air Force Falcons San Jose State Spartans UNLV Rebels Sun Belt Conference Georgia State Panthers South Alabama Jaguars Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) New Hampshire Wildcats Harvard Crimson Youngstown State Penguins Eastern Washington Eagles South Dakota State Jackrabbits Northern Iowa Panthers
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    [2022] Training Camp Results

    If it causes you to lose out on Marcus Black I might be willing to live with that.
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    [2022] Training Camp Results

    Over how many seasons?
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    [2022] Pre-Season Week #1 - TNF

    There's really nothing not to like about this performance. Good showing by our guys!
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    [CFBHC/NFLHC] Available Teams

    Updated September 19 Remember: Conference commissioners have final say in approving coaches to prospective jobs. First come does not guarantee first serve, although it may be a factor. Available jobs: Mid-American Conference Buffalo Bulls Miami (OH) Redhawks Mountain West Conference Air Force Falcons San Jose State Spartans UNLV Rebels Sun Belt Conference Georgia State Panthers South Alabama Jaguars Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) New Hampshire Wildcats Harvard Crimson Youngstown State Penguins Eastern Washington Eagles South Dakota State Jackrabbits North Dakota Fighting Hawks
  7. It says something when I look at the Ravens/Terps mashup and immediately think, "Not enough colors." Also I like that the Denver/Colorado combination basically becomes Western Michigan.
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    [2022] Chicago Tribune Outlook Ratings

    How does one take @stormstopper posts and mainline them directly into the bloodstream? Asking for a friend. Those PAC and MAC projections pretty much line up with how I see those conferences. I could argue that WMU is better than it was last year, but probably not enough that it registers as mildly bullish. SO looking forward to the full piece, great work!
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    [2022] Injured Reserve

    The Seahawks place: ILB Mike Smith 6-2 241 8 Oregon [Will] [0] 85 on Injured Reserve. He suffered a Severe MCL Rupture in Training Camp and is out for the season.
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    [CFBHC/NFLHC] Available Teams

    Updated September 17 Remember: Conference commissioners have final say in approving coaches to prospective jobs. First come does not guarantee first serve, although it may be a factor. Available jobs: American Athletic Conference Tulsa Golden Hurricane Mid-American Conference Buffalo Bulls Miami (OH) Redhawks Mountain West Conference Air Force Falcons San Jose State Spartans UNLV Rebels Sun Belt Conference Georgia State Panthers South Alabama Jaguars Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) New Hampshire Wildcats Harvard Crimson Youngstown State Penguins Eastern Washington Eagles South Dakota State Jackrabbits Montana Grizzlies North Dakota Fighting Hawks
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    Rawlee305

    Welcome! The MAC Commissioner should hopefully contact you soon concerning your application. @npklemm
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    [2022] Miami Dolphins hire scout

    -Ellie Lindgren, Vancouver Sun Great hire, but are there plans for vtgorilla to eventually take a larger role in the organization? Also, did you at least allow HAFFnHAFF to take his red swingline stapler with him?
  13. Yeah, you're correct. Fixed, thanks!
  14. @inspiral, I'm pretty sure I got them all - took a while to spreadsheet this shit out. I didn't include any of the years when these teams joined their current conference. 2014,Air Force,AAC 2015,Air Force,AAC 2013,Boise State,Big 12 2014,Boise State,AAC 2015,Boise State,AAC 2014,Colorado State,AAC 2015,Colorado State,AAC 2015,Fresno State,AAC 2014,Georgia State,AAC 2015,Georgia State,AAC 2016,Georgia State,AAC 2017,Georgia State,AAC 2018,Georgia State,Independent 2019,Georgia State,Independent 2020,Georgia State,Independent 2013,Hawaii,Pac-12 2014,Hawaii,AAC 2015,Hawaii,AAC 2013,Houston,Big 12 2016,Marshall,AAC 2017,Marshall,AAC 2014,Navy,Independent 2015,Navy,Independent 2016,Navy,Independent 2017,Navy,Independent 2015,Nevada,AAC 2015,New Mexico,AAC 2016,North Texas,MWC 2017,North Texas,MWC 2016,Northern Illinois,AAC 2013,Rice,Big 12 2014,Rice,AAC 2015,Rice,AAC 2016,Rice,AAC 2017,Rice,AAC 2014,San Diego State,AAC 2015,San Diego State,AAC
  15. Your incoming recruiting class cannot have more than 30 players. If you have signed more than 30, put the recruits you will cut in this thread. Full classes (including walk-ons) here: http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/22244-2021-signed-recruits/
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    Browns punishment

    How would this affect the conditional pick Seattle gets in the Oliver trade? (2023 CLE 3rd could escalate to a 2nd)
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    fewtbawl

    Hello, thank you for applying! However, your first two choices (Tennessee, Ohio State) are already taken. The current available jobs list can be found here: http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/1368-cfbhcnflhc-available-teams/&page=13&tab=comments#comment-255992 Once you've decided on which jobs to apply for, please update your original post so that the appropriate commissioner can process your application.
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    VerifiedThing

    Paging any commissioner: @TheTodd15, @Darman, @Bubada, @jmjacobs, @stormstopper, @npklemm, @believer, @bingo415, @CadeRich5, @rabidsnowman
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    Suffocation

    Paging any commissioner: @TheTodd15, @Darman, @Bubada, @jmjacobs, @stormstopper, @npklemm, @believer, @bingo415, @CadeRich5, @rabidsnowman
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    Suffocation

    Either one is fine. One of the good things about choosing an FBS team is that they already have a roster (most FCS teams don't yet) so once you're approved you can get started quicker with your depth chart, interface, etc. If you do want to switch your preferences, please update your original post.
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    [CFBHC/NFLHC] Available Teams

    Updated September 6 Remember: Conference commissioners have final say in approving coaches to prospective jobs. First come does not guarantee first serve, although it may be a factor. Available jobs: American Athletic Conference Tulane Green Wave Independents New Mexico State Aggies Mid-American Conference Kent State Golden Flashes Miami (OH) Redhawks Mountain West Conference San Jose State Spartans UNLV Rebels Sun Belt Conference Georgia State Panthers South Alabama Jaguars Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) New Hampshire Wildcats Harvard Crimson James Madison Dukes Illinois State Redbirds Youngstown State Penguins North Dakota State Bison Eastern Washington Eagles South Dakota State Jackrabbits Montana Grizzlies North Dakota Fighting Hawks Northern Iowa Panthers
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    [Interface Help] All-Americans

    @inspiral, here you go. Anyone in the funky green text is an All-American returner. Year,Position,Player,Team 2013,QB,Allan Taylor,Virginia Tech 2013,RB,Sterling Brown,Texas 2013,FB,Lorenzo Mackovicka,USC 2013,WR,Jake Bates,UCLA 2013,WR,Walt Peck,Penn State 2013,TE,Brian Gary,Wisconsin 2013,OT,R.W. Pittman,Minnesota 2013,OT,Darrell Hayman,Washington 2013,C,John Zatkoff,Alabama 2013,OG,Delvin Hodgins,Michigan 2013,OG,Bob Ruegamer,Texas 2013,DE,Ron Rice,Michigan 2013,DE,Alvis Brumm,Penn State 2013,DT,Corey Baldacci,Miami (FL) 2013,OLB,Arlie LeClair,Virginia Tech 2013,OLB,Tyrone Jones,LSU 2013,ILB,Ron Mobley,Georgia 2013,ILB,Nick Upshaw,Ohio State 2013,DB,Keyshawn Thompson,Michigan State 2013,DB,Jacoby Seaverns,Oklahoma 2013,DB,B.J. Dawkins,Washington State 2013,DB,Keyshawn Ayanbadejo,Florida State 2013,K,Stephen Morris,TCU 2013,P,Steve Noonan,LSU 2014,QB,Brian Brown,Boise State 2014,RB,James Otero,Kansas 2014,FB,John Bills,Boise State 2014,WR,Rex Walsh,Florida State 2014,WR,Mike Tripplett,Ohio State 2014,TE,Doug Bosley,Wisconsin 2014,OT,Gene Miller,Ohio State 2014,OT,Preston Gil,Virginia 2014,C,Enoch Dickinson,Minnesota 2014,OG,Tom McKelvey,UCLA 2014,OG,Greg Swell,Texas Tech 2014,DE,Karim Brown,Nebraska 2014,DE,Andrew Fazande,Alabama 2014,DT,Shawn Bowers,Boise State 2014,OLB,Tyrone Jones,LSU 2014,OLB,Johnny Grossman,USC 2014,ILB,Cleveland Merrill,Ole Miss 2014,ILB,Phillip Moore,Houston 2014,DB,Ricky Rose,Kansas 2014,DB,Keyshawn Thompson,Michigan State 2014,DB,Mike Gradishar,Alabama 2014,DB,Jacoby Seaverns,Oklahoma 2014,K,Michael Turner,Notre Dame 2014,P,Steve Noonan,LSU 2015,QB,Todd Jennings,Penn State 2015,RB,Sterling Brown,Texas 2015,FB,Lorenzo Makovicka,USC 2015,WR,Adrian Jankowski,Texas A&M 2015,WR,Tai Miller,Oklahoma 2015,TE,Danny Patrick,North Carolina 2015,OT,Blake Pile,USC 2015,OT,Grey Brown,Florida State 2015,OG,Trey Durrence,Alabama 2015,OG,Jace Brown,Florida 2015,C,Kevin Siemon,Penn State 2015,DE,Anthony Ortiz,Oklahoma State 2015,DE,Charles Johnson,Hawaii 2015,DT,Jeremy Miller,Texas Tech 2015,OLB,Brian Hernandez,Maryland 2015,OLB,Kenyatta Henderson,Ole Miss 2015,ILB,Phillip Moore,Houston 2015,ILB,Ryan Hanspard,Penn State 2015,DB,Laurent Christensen,Army 2015,DB,Kadeem Martin,Penn State 2015,DB,Lee Davis,Oklahoma 2015,DB,Justin Davis,Florida 2015,K,Dennis Scott,Florida State 2015,P,John Maslowski,USC 2016,QB,Norris Brooksheer,Oklahoma 2016,RB,Mike Latta,Florida State 2016,FB,Michael Behrens,Arizona 2016,WR,Sean Jenkins,North Texas 2016,WR,Tai Miller,Oklahoma 2016,TE,Kendall Brandon,Georgia Tech 2016,OT,John Eaton,Penn State 2016,OT,Grey Brown,Florida State 2016,C,Davern Lemmerman,Wisconsin 2016,OG,Boyd Buckley,Notre Dame 2016,OG,Tavon Logan,Florida State 2016,DE,Anthony Ortiz,Oklahoma State 2016,DE,Ryan Frey,Miami (FL) 2016,DT,Anthony Beltran,Penn State 2016,OLB,Brian Hernandez,Maryland 2016,OLB,Patrick Murphy,Minnesota 2016,ILB,Phillip Moore,Houston 2016,ILB,Tunch Richardson,Alabama 2016,DB,Laurent Christensen,Army 2016,DB,Mike Gradishar,Alabama 2016,DB,Khary Miller,Oklahoma State 2016,DB,Romulus Jackson,Fresno State 2016,K,Gino Chiaverini,Texas 2016,P,Jason Sochia,Notre Dame 2017,QB,Aaron Shea,Missouri 2017,RB,Troy McCray,Wake Forest 2017,FB,Matthew Ramos,Arizona 2017,WR,Jarius Shaw-Dodd,Virginia Tech 2017,WR,Adrian Jankowski,Texas A&M 2017,TE,Matt Thomas,Hawaii 2017,OT,Brandon Reamon,Texas 2017,OT,Darnerien Sohn,Miami (FL) 2017,C,Matt Cole,USC 2017,OG,Doug Aska,Miami (FL) 2017,OG,Todd Hevesy,Michigan State 2017,DE,Anthony Miller,Tennessee 2017,DE,Ryan Frey,Miami (FL) 2017,DT,Andrew Pearson,Boise State 2017,OLB,Brian Hernandez,Maryland 2017,OLB,Louis Peterson,Oklahoma State 2017,ILB,Akeel Morris,Nevada 2017,ILB,Tom Reis,Alabama 2017,DB,Teddy Walker,Kentucky 2017,DB,Ivory Hull,Texas 2017,DB,Aaron Samuelsson,Michigan State 2017,DB,Will Hall,USC 2017,K,Matt Fisk,Penn State 2017,P,Gary Levels,Michigan State 2018,QB,Alex Leshoure,Boston College 2018,RB,Asante Sowell,Wisconsin 2018,FB,David Campbell,Boston College 2018,WR,Jeremy Scarborough,Colorado State 2018,WR,Tyrus Wilson,Michigan 2018,TE,Steven Maloney,Texas 2018,OT,James Poindexter,Nebraska 2018,OT,Mike Woods,Michigan State 2018,C,Martin Terry,Nebraska 2018,OG,Henry Brown,Louisville 2018,OG,P.B. Holmes,Purdue 2018,DE,Tyler Jones,Mississippi State 2018,DE,Early Davis,Georgia 2018,DT,Michael Carroll,Hawaii 2018,OLB,Lukas Forman,Connecticut 2018,OLB,Shane Easley,Penn State 2018,ILB,Akeel Morris,Nevada 2018,ILB,Ray Taylor,Syracuse 2018,DB,Troy Marshall,Texas 2018,DB,Ian Gardner,Minnesota 2018,DB,Nathaniel Woodworth,Miami (FL) 2018,DB,David Pennington,Vanderbilt 2018,K,Alejandro Aguirre,Oklahoma 2018,P,Mason Singleton,Pittsburgh 2019,QB,Tanner Bowman,Penn State 2019,RB,Sean Bell,Baylor 2019,FB,Fredrick Marshall,TCU 2019,WR,Raheem Robinson,Oklahoma State 2019,WR,Jeremy Cook,Washington State 2019,TE,Floyd Arnold,Colorado State 2019,OT,Taylor Randolph,Iowa 2019,OT,Dylan Hastings,Boston College 2019,C,Lucas Hurd,Alabama 2019,OG,Toma Tumaalii,Hawaii 2019,OG,Lucas Hopkins,Missouri 2019,DE,Khairi Bryant,Ohio State 2019,DE,Tyler Jones,Mississippi State 2019,DT,Christian Okonkwo,Oregon 2019,OLB,Alexander Burton,LSU 2019,OLB,Shane Easley,Penn State 2019,ILB,Raheem Burkett,Penn State 2019,ILB,Akeel Morris,Nevada 2019,DB,Aaron Blakely,Wisconsin 2019,DB,Prince Williams,Air Force 2019,DB,Cameron Marshall,Penn State 2019,DB,Marquise Reed,Clemson 2019,K,Leon Augustine,North Texas 2019,P,Giuseppe Bernstein,USC 2019,WR,Norman Spencer,Maryland 2020,QB,Tanner Bowman,Penn State 2020,RB,DeNorris Jackson,UCF 2020,FB,Kyle Wagner,Minnesota 2020,WR,Luke Cobb,Florida State 2020,WR,J.C. Weldon,West Virginia 2020,TE,Noah Hills,Kansas 2020,OT,Beckett Miller,Oklahoma State 2020,OT,Kevin Grey,USC 2020,C,Dean Strauss,Auburn 2020,OG,LaMichael Harley,Michigan 2020,OG,Leon Slack,Wisconsin 2020,DE,Carlos Washington,Michigan 2020,DE,Josiah Harden,North Carolina 2020,DT,Hudson Adam,West Virginia 2020,OLB,Shane Easley,Penn State 2020,OLB,Caleb McNamara,Vanderbilt 2020,ILB,Garrett Holiday,Arizona State 2020,ILB,Bradley Rainey,Penn State 2020,DB,Seth Scott,Colorado 2020,DB,Blaine Lewis-Thompson,California 2020,DB,Kenyon Justice,Auburn 2020,DB,A'Shawn Ellison,Central Michigan 2020,K,Mason Williams,Illinois 2020,P,Giuseppe Bernstein,USC 2020,KR,Glenn McCurdy,UAB 2021,QB,Matt Jones,Purdue 2021,RB,Trevon Yeldon,Oregon 2021,FB,Jacob Holt,Toledo 2021,WR,Tevin Lattimore,Missouri 2021,WR,Jarvis Ward,Texas A&M 2021,TE,Manny Ferguson,Boston College 2021,OT,Kyle Will,Michigan 2021,OT,Tyson Chadwick,TCU 2021,C,Xavier Cuellar,Florida 2021,OG,Cyrus Naylor,Florida 2021,OG,Josh Jones,Missouri 2021,DE,Khairi Bryant,Ohio State 2021,DE,Timothy Key,Florida 2021,DT,Kahau Aveau,SMU 2021,OLB,Alexander Burton,LSU 2021,OLB,Jeremy Green,Oklahoma 2021,ILB,Devin Frazier,Akron 2021,ILB,Adam Lovelace,Vanderbilt 2021,DB,Tegray Wingard,Nevada 2021,DB,Owen Hein,Tennessee 2021,DB,M.K. Sharpe,BYU 2021,DB,Tre'Davious Dikes,Oregon 2021,K,Sam Walsh,California 2021,P,A.J. Houser,Purdue 2021,FS,Evan McRae,SMU
  23. The sun has set on the 2022 NFLHC Draft (RIP Fishtank) and the curtain rises on a group of seven players who are the newest proud additions to the Seahawk family. Without further ado, let's get to know each of them! (Note: All stats are regular season only.) Round 2, Pick 40: WR Tyler White 6-0 156 R Penn State [Speed] [+1] 80 College Career Stats (2 Years): 109 receptions for 1615 yards, 18 TDs Seattle's first pick of the draft was on Day 2, and the speedy Nittany Lion was tabbed with the 40th overall pick. A blazer with sub-4.4 speed and incredible agility (top-3 among WRs in the 40, Shuttle, and 3-Cone drills), expect White to make an impact from the slot immediately - and to spend a lot of time in the weight room. Fun Fact: Some things are meant to be. Jieret finally gets Tyler White on his team after Penn State and coach @grv413 stole persuaded White to go to Happy Valley instead of Kalamazoo as a JuCo. Round 2, Pick 57: FS Tyler Patino 5-10 212 R Illinois [Zone Coverage] [0] 80 College Career Stats (4 Years): 51 tackles, 1 TFL, 11 INTs, 1PD, 1 TD The Seahawks moved back into the second round to secure the services of a vital member of the suffocating defenses the Illini enjoyed over the last couple of years. Patino was the last line of defense for Illinois and he was up to the task, flying all over the field. The Seahawks' coaching staff believe Patino has elite tools and he backed that up at the Combine, placing first or second among free safeties in nearly every category they were tested in. Fun Fact: Our crack research staff tells us that this is the first time ever that a team's first two picks were named Tyler.* Round 3, Pick 71: QB Tucker Dowden 6-3 211 R Missouri [Scrambling] [0/C] 80 College Career Stats (4 Years): 1002 of 1521 (65.88%) for 12,205 yards, 102/37 TD/INT 277 carries for 2020 yards (7.29 YPC), 18 TDs With such a deep quarterback draft it's no wonder some of them slid. But it isn't very often the reigning Heisman winner slides to the third round. Fortunate for Seattle though, who happily picked the dual-threat QB out of Missouri. He may be a force on the ground, but two straight seasons of over 70% passing and a combined 7127 yards with 66 TDs against only 9 INTs shows he definitely knows how to use his arm also. He's expected to sit and learn the pro game for a year or two, but make no mistake - hopes are high for the young man out of Bentonville. Fun Fact: In his freshman year, Tucker recorded a college receiving TD. Triple-threat QB! Round 4, Pick 105: SS Kevin Faulkner 6-1 199 R Marshall [Zone Coverage] [0] 77 College Career Stats (3 Years): 100 tackles, 6 INTs, 1 FF Faulkner has had an interesting career with the Thundering Herd. Those career stats are a little misleading as he racked all those stats in his sophomore and junior years - he did not make the statsheet at all in his senior year. Despite that he was rated highly enough to be invited to the Combine and he did not disappoint there, as his numbers were Top 3 among strong safeties in every tested category as well as the best results in the 40 (4.41), the Broad Jump (10'5"), and the Bench Press (12). With Gabriel Hightower in the fold Faulkner isn't expected to start soon, but with some polish this diamond will be sure to shine. Fun Fact: Kevin was a 77-rated 4.0 of 4.0 player. Round 4, Pick 113: DE Derrick Dawkins 6-0 241 R Purdue [Contain] [0/C] 74 College Career Stats (3 Years): 60 tackles, 4 TFLs, 20.0 sacks, 1 PD A highly-productive junior from National Champions Purdue, the defensive end declared early for the draft and will have the distinct pleasure of learning from one of the best around, Brian Glenn. After a quiet freshman season Dawkins really burst onto the scene with 19 of his 20 sacks coming in his last two seasons. Fun Fact: Derrick is proud of the amount of Purdueing he Intensified during the draft. Round 5, Pick 166: OLB Campbell McMartin III 6-3 233 R James Madison [Blitz] [0] 71 College Career Stats: FCS A member of the prestigious 2022 NFLHC Draft All-Name Team, Campbell McMartin III led the Dukes to a 28-8 regular season record from 2019-2021 and got them to the FCS semifinals where JMU fell to the eventual champion Youngstown State Penguins. Campbell McMartin III hopes to follow in the footsteps of FCS success story Kenji Sagatomo and eventually grab a starting job. Fun Fact: Campbell McMartin III is a big fan of the old school Hip-Hop and R&B greats: Public Enemy, KRS-One, and Color Me Badd. Round 5, Pick 166: CB David Tolliver 5-10 165 R Iowa State [Man Coverage] [+2] 71 College Career Stats (4 Years): 89 tackles, 20 INTs, 2 PDs, 5 TDs The Big XII's Defensive Freshman of the Year in 2018, David Tolliver was not only a consistent bright spot for the Cyclone defense but leaves Iowa State as the school's record holder for most interceptions and most defensive TDs in a career. Despite his success at the collegiate level many scouts are down on his ability to duplicate his results in the pros, and Tolliver looks to prove them all wrong. Fun Fact: If you held a gun to his head, coach @Minnowsotan would probably tell you that Tolliver is the pro player he's proudest of. Although who is he competing with? Tom Oldham? Arturo Pacheco? The future is here. #GoHawks *first time according to their non-existent research, so 120% indubitably true!
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    [2022] Denver Broncos Introduce Draft Picks

    Marc Allen, the first ever draftee I personally recruited! I know he'll do great things for the Broncos. (Actually, he already has)
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