The Pi-Rate Ratings

October 18, 2010

PiRate Ratings For College Football: October 21-23, 2010

Another Winning Week Against The Spread

Seven for seven!  It has been a number of years since we started out with seven consecutive winning weeks.  The parity in the NFL has made sweetheart teasers much easier to play this year, but we decided to play straight up this past week.  We still won, finishing 5-2 for the week and making our record for the season 37-16-2.  Let’s take a look at how it went:

 

1. Miami (O) +13 vs. Central Michigan

WON 

As we told all of those who purchased our picks, we thought the wrong team was a double-digit favorite.  The populace getting action on this game went on recent year data.  Yes, CMU was a league power under Brian Kelly and Butch Jones, going 38-17 in the prior four seasons and winning two bowl games.  The Chippewas lost to Ball State a couple weeks ago! 

 

Miami won two games or less three of the previous four seasons, including a 1-11 mark last year.  They have not had a winning season since Josh Betts was a junior in Oxford.  However, this year, the Redhawks are a prime contender in the MAC East.  We picked this “upset” outright. 

2. Georgia -14 vs. Vanderbilt

WON

 

Those of you who have followed our picks for awhile know we do not consider any games a “lock of the week”, “four-star pick,” “guaranteed game of the year,” etc.  We treat every selection equally, as one we think should win and nothing else.  However, we did state that this line was a joke and could be a mortgage-burning game. 

We called for Georgia to win by four touchdowns, and the Bulldogs won 43-0.  This game fell under three major categories as a game to consider.  First, Georgia won by 27 at home over a conference foe that was not an arch-rival the week before and then stayed at home to face a weaker rival the following week.  Second, the weaker opponent won over a patsy at home the week before and had to play a much stronger opponent on the road the following week.  Third, every facet of play favored Georgia—GA rush vs. VU rush defense; GA pass vs. VU pass defense; GA rush defense vs. VU rush; GA pass defense vs. VU pass; and special teams. 

 

3. Eastern Michigan +14 ½ vs. Ball State

WON 

It may not have been the politically correct thing to state Thursday to those who purchased our picks, but we said, “this was a play against Coach Stan Parrish.  Poor Stan came into this game with a career coaching record of 6-45-1.  Even against a team with an 18-game losing streak, we could not see Ball State winning by more than two touchdowns.  We knew that Eastern Michigan would enter this game with confidence and play like it was their one chance to win a game this season.  We did not call for the outright upset, but we thought that Ball State would win by less than a touchdown.   

4. SMU +2 vs. Navy

Lost 

This one looked good for most of the day.  We believed that Navy would not be able to stop the Mustangs’ passing game.  We thought it would be a 35-31 SMU win, and Navy’s defense proved to be up to the challenge.  We missed this one. 

5. St. Louis Rams +7 ½ vs. San Diego Chargers

WON

 

The Chargers lost on the road at Kansas City, Oakland, and Seattle, three teams that have about the same amount of talent as St. Louis.  The Rams already owned home wins over the Redskins and Seahawks.  We loved that we got more than a touchdown in this one, and it was the first game we isolated when the spread hit seven and a hook. 

6. Cleveland Browns +13 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Lost 

This was our other loss of the week, and like the first one, we came tantalizingly close to winning this one.  Cleveland scored late to cut the Pittsburgh lead to 11 and then kicked off onsides.  It failed.  The Steelers were content to run out the clock, but the Browns called time out twice.  On 3rd and long, Ben Roethlisberger through the fade into the end zone for a touchdown.  Still we had a chance, as the Browns quickly moved back into Steeler territory, but terrible game management ended the drive. 

7. Seattle Seahawks +6 vs. Chicago Bears

WON 

This was the last of the seven selections we chose last week, and to tell you the truth, had we been playing teasers, we would have left this one alone.  It was purely a system play, as the stats we compile showed it to be a toss-up game.  Seattle had an extra week to prepare, and Jay Cutler was coming off a concussion.   

Almost Like Playoffs

 

This has the makings of a great week in college football with several games serving as imitation playoffs.  At least two undefeated teams are assured of losing their first game as LSU faces Auburn and Oklahoma faces Missouri.  The other unbeatens include Michigan State playing at Northwestern.  The Wildcats had an off-week, so they benefit from having an extra week to prepare for this game. 

Oklahoma State hosts Nebraska, and this looks like a close game.  If the Cowboys win this one, they could find themselves in first place in the Big 12 South.  TCU hosts Air Force, and the Horned Frogs should win by more than two touchdowns.  However, the Falcons have enough talent to challenge if TCU comes out flat.  Oregon hosts UCLA Thursday night, and we cannot see the Ducks losing at home to the Bruins.  Boise State has to wait until next Tuesday to play again, so we consider that game the following week. 

The Wild and Wacky SEC East

Look at the SEC East standings this week.  South Carolina and Florida both lost.  The Gamecocks lead the division at 2-2.  After starting league play at 0-3, Georgia is back in the race at 2-3.  Florida is also 2-3.  If the Bulldogs beat the Gators at the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, and Florida upends South Carolina, Georgia will be back in the driver’s seat. 

We believe there is a good chance that Georgia loses only to Auburn and finishes 4-4.  We can see South Carolina losing to Arkansas and Florida to finish 4-4.  We can see Florida losing to Georgia and beating South Carolina to finish 4-4.  Georgia would win this tiebreaker. 

Now for something even crazier.  What if Kentucky upsets Georgia this week after they upset South Carolina.  The Wildcats also started SEC play at 0-3.  A win over Georgia coupled by wins over Vanderbilt and Tennessee would give them four conference wins.  Assuming they could not win at Mississippi State, Kentucky would win a three-way tiebreaker at 4-4 with South Carolina and Florida, or South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida (Georgia would have to beat Auburn in this scenario to get to 4-4). 

One more crazy thought.  With Alabama all of a sudden getting much easier to defend, and with Tennessee having a week to prepare, what if the Vols upset the Tide at Neyland Stadium this week?  It is not all that likely, but this is a tough rivalry game.  That would make Tennessee 1-3 with games left against South Carolina, Ole Miss, Kentucky, and Vanderbilt.  It wouldn’t be impossible to see Tennessee getting to 4-4 in this scenario. 

Only Vanderbilt appears to be totally out of the SEC East race, and yet, the Commodores are the only other team besides South Carolina with two conference losses.  The craziest thing of all:  If Vanderbilt could pull off a monumental upset over South Carolina (it is the Commodores’ Homecoming), they would move to 2-2 and be in first place in the division.  With a win over the Gamecocks, you would have to call the Tennessee and Kentucky games as winnable.  That would make Vandy 4-4.  They are more likely to finish 1-7, but just saying… 

This Week’s PiRate Top 25

 

NCAA Top 25 October 18, 2010
Rank Team PiRate Won Lost
1 Oregon 130.5 6 0
2 Boise State 129.8 6 0
3 Oklahoma 128.2 6 0
4 Alabama 127.9 6 1
5 T C U 127.4 7 0
6 Florida State 123.0 6 1
7 Auburn 122.7 7 0
8 Arkansas 122.5 4 2
9 Stanford 122.0 5 1
10 Iowa 121.4 5 1
11 South Carolina 121.0 4 2
12 Ohio State 120.8 6 1
13 Virginia Tech 120.5 5 2
14 Nebraska 120.5 5 1
15 North Carolina 119.1 4 2
16 Wisconsin 118.2 6 1
17 Texas 118.1 4 2
18 Missouri 117.8 6 0
19 Miami (Fla) 117.5 4 2
20 Utah 116.4 6 0
21 Southern Cal 116.1 5 2
22 Mississippi State 115.9 5 2
23 Arizona 115.9 5 1
24 Georgia 115.1 3 4
25 Michigan State 114.9 7 0
         
Note: Ratings rounded to one decimal point
even though I rank them to two decimal points

 

 

PiRate Ratings of All 120 FBS Teams (by conference)

Atlantic Coast Conference
Atlantic Division      
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Florida State 4-0 6-1 123.0
Clemson 1-2 3-3 113.2
North Carolina State 2-1 5-2 105.2
Boston College 0-3 2-4 104.2
Wake Forest 1-3 2-5 98.8
Maryland 1-1 4-2 95.4
       
Coastal Division      
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Virginia Tech 3-0 5-2 120.5
North Carolina 2-1 4-2 119.1
Miami-FL 2-1 4-2 117.5
Georgia Tech 3-1 5-2 113.8
Virginia 0-3 2-4 93.5
Duke 0-3 1-5 91.5

 

Big East Conference
       
Team Conf. Overall Rating
West Virginia 1-0 5-1 114.1
Pittsburgh 1-0 3-3 110.8
Cincinnati 1-0 3-3 110.2
Connecticut 0-1 3-3 107.5
South Florida 0-2 3-3 102.5
Louisville 0-1 3-3 98.4
Syracuse 1-1 4-2 98.4
Rutgers 1-0 4-2 93.3

 

Big Ten
       
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Iowa 2-0 5-1 121.4
Ohio State 2-1 6-1 120.8
Wisconsin 2-1 6-1 118.2
Michigan State 3-0 7-0 114.9
Michigan 1-2 5-2 107.6
Penn State 0-2 3-3 103.5
Illinois 1-2 3-3 103.3
Purdue 2-0 4-2 96.2
Northwestern 1-1 5-1 96.1
Minnesota 0-3 1-6 93.8
Indiana 0-2 4-2 91.1

 

Big 12
North Division      
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Nebraska 1-1 5-1 120.5
Missouri 2-0 6-0 117.8
Colorado 0-2 3-3 102.0
Kansas State 2-1 5-1 97.9
Iowa State 1-2 3-4 91.2
Kansas 0-2 2-4 90.0
       
South Division      
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Oklahoma 2-0 6-0 128.2
Texas 2-1 4-2 118.1
Texas A&M 0-2 3-3 111.2
Oklahoma State 2-0 6-0 109.1
Baylor 2-1 5-2 107.0
Texas Tech 1-3 3-3 104.2

 

Conference USA
East Division      
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Central Florida 2-0 4-2 100.4
Southern Mississippi 2-1 5-2 95.4
East Carolina 3-0 4-2 95.2
U A B 1-2 2-4 87.2
Marshall 0-2 1-5 83.5
Memphis 0-4 1-6 71.6
       
West Division      
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Houston 2-1 3-3 96.9
S M U 3-0 4-3 96.8
Tulsa 2-2 4-3 93.7
U T E P 2-2 5-2 85.6
Rice 1-2 2-5 84.8
Tulane 0-2 2-4 75.5

 

Independents
       
Team   Overall Rating
Notre Dame   4-3 110.4
Navy   4-2 100.4
Army   4-3 90.0

 

Mid American Conference
East Division      
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Temple 2-1 5-2 90.2
Miami (O) 3-0 4-3 88.6
Ohio U 3-1 4-3 88.6
Kent St. 1-2 2-4 83.7
Buffalo 1-1 2-4 81.2
Bowling Green 0-3 1-6 78.4
Akron 0-3 0-7 68.9
       
West Division      
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Northern Illinois 3-0 5-2 97.6
Toledo 3-0 4-3 86.4
Central Michigan 1-3 2-5 85.7
Western Michigan 1-1 2-4 79.5
Ball State 1-2 2-5 76.0
Eastern Michigan 1-3 1-6 69.4

 

Mountain West Conference
       
Team Conf. Overall Rating
T C U 3-0 7-0 127.4
Utah 3-0 6-0 116.4
Air Force 3-1 5-2 105.6
S. D. State 1-1 4-2 100.7
B Y U 1-2 2-5 97.5
Wyoming 0-3 2-5 91.4
Colo. State 1-2 2-5 88.3
UNLV 1-2 1-6 85.4
New Mexico 0-2 0-6 73.4

 

Pac-10 Conference
       
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Oregon 3-0 6-0 130.5
Stanford 2-1 5-1 122.0
Southern Cal 2-2 5-2 116.1
Arizona 2-1 5-1 115.9
Oregon St. 2-1 3-3 113.4
California 1-2 3-3 113.0
Washington 2-1 3-3 109.9
U C L A 1-2 3-3 107.2
Arizona St. 1-2 3-3 107.0
Washington State 0-4 1-6 91.3

 

Southeastern Conference
East Division      
Team Conf. Overall Rating
South Carolina 2-2 4-2 121.0
Georgia 2-3 3-4 115.1
Florida 2-3 4-3 114.7
Kentucky 1-3 4-3 107.9
Tennessee 0-3 2-4 98.9
Vanderbilt 1-2 2-4 93.6
       
West Division      
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Alabama 3-1 6-1 127.9
Auburn 4-0 7-0 122.7
Arkansas 1-2 4-2 122.5
Mississippi State 2-2 5-2 115.9
L S U 4-0 7-0 114.7
Ole Miss 1-2 3-3 104.0

 

Sunbelt Conference
       
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Troy 3-0 4-2 91.2
Florida International 2-0 2-4 85.6
Middle Tennessee 1-1 2-4 84.1
Arkansas State 2-2 2-5 81.1
U. of Louisiana 2-2 2-4 80.6
Florida Atlantic 0-2 1-4 78.5
Louisiana-Monroe 2-1 3-3 76.0
North Texas 1-3 1-6 75.8
Western Kentucky 0-2 0-6 73.1

 

Western Athletic Conference
       
Team Conf. Overall Rating
Boise State 2-0 6-0 129.8
Nevada 1-1 6-1 107.2
Hawaii 3-0 5-2 97.7
Fresno State 2-1 4-2 96.9
Louisiana Tech 2-1 3-4 94.5
Utah State 0-2 2-4 94.5
Idaho 0-1 3-3 92.0
San Jose State 0-2 1-6 79.1
New Mexico State 0-2 1-5 72.1

 

This Week’s PiRate Spreads

 

This Week’s Games–PiRate Ratings
Home Team Advantage Added (2-5 points)    
       
Thursday, October 21      
Favorite Underdog Spread Score
OREGON U  c  l  a 26.8 37-10
       
Friday, October 22      
Favorite Underdog Spread Score
CINCINNATI South Florida 10.7 31-20
       
Saturday, October 23      
Favorite Underdog Spread Score
AUBURN L  s  u 11.5 36-24
ARKANSAS Ole Miss 21.5 42-20
ARIZONA Washington 9.5 31-21
STANFORD Washington State 33.7 44-10
CALIFORNIA Arizona State 9.0 30-21
COLORADO Texas Tech 0.8 33-32
Michigan State NORTHWESTERN 15.8 35-19
Georgia KENTUCKY 4.2 35-31
Connecticut LOUISVILLE 6.1 30-24
BOSTON COLLEGE Maryland 12.3 28-16
Penn State MINNESOTA 6.7 20-13
Oklahoma MISSOURI 6.9 31-24
OHIO STATE Purdue 28.1 38-10
Nebraska OKLAHOMA STATE 7.9 28-20
PITTSBURGH Rutgers 20.5 42-21
CLEMSON Georgia Tech 2.4 30-28
South Carolina VANDERBILT 24.9 28-3
BAYLOR Kansas State 12.1 38-26
TEXAS Iowa State 32.1 42-10
VIRGINIA Eastern Michigan 27.6 42-14
VIRGINIA TECH Duke 32.5 49-16
WEST VIRGINIA Syracuse 18.7 32-13
MISSISSIPPI STATE U  a  b 31.7 42-10
ILLINOIS Indiana 15.2 35-20
ARKANSAS STATE Florida Atlantic 5.6 30-24
Temple BUFFALO 6.5 24-17
CENTRAL FLORIDA Rice 19.1 31-12
IOWA Wisconsin 6.7 27-20
Texas A&M KANSAS 18.2 31-13
MIAMI (FL) North Carolina 1.4 25-24
MIDDLE TENNESSEE Louisiana-Monroe 10.6 35-24
Notre Dame Navy  (E. Rutherford, NJ) 10.0 34-24
Alabama TENNESSEE 25.5 33-7
MIAMI (O) Ohio U 2.5 30-27
B  Y  U Wyoming 9.6 31-21
Kent State BOWLING GREEN 2.8 31-28
Western Michigan AKRON 8.1 31-23
NORTHERN ILLINOIS Central Michigan 14.9 35-20
S  M  U Houston 2.9 34-31
EAST CAROLINA Marshall 14.7 38-23
IDAHO New Mexico State 22.9 45-22
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE Western Kentucky 10.5 31-20
Hawaii UTAH STATE 0.2 34-34 to ot
UTAH Colorado State 31.6 42-10
TOLEDO Ball State 13.4 30-17
Fresno State SAN JOSE STATE 15.3 27-12
T  C  U Air Force 25.3 34-9
U  T  E  P Tulane 13.1 37-24
San Diego State NEW MEXICO 24.8 35-10

 

This Week’s Mean and Biased Spreads

 

This Week’s Games–Mean & Biased Ratings
       
Thursday, October 21      
Favorite Underdog Mean Biased
OREGON U  c  l  a 40-17 41-17
       
Friday, October 22      
Favorite Underdog Mean Biased
CINCINNATI South Florida 30-18 28-24
       
Saturday, October 23      
Favorite Underdog Mean Biased
AUBURN L  s  u 30-26 33-20
ARKANSAS Ole Miss 42-30 45-27
ARIZONA Washington 28-17 24-20
STANFORD Washington State 45-12 38-10
CALIFORNIA Arizona State 27-23 27-23
Texas Tech COLORADO 31-31 to ot 34-27
Michigan State NORTHWESTERN 31-20 37-17
Georgia KENTUCKY 34-34 to ot 40-24
LOUISVILLE Connecticut 28-27 30-19
BOSTON COLLEGE Maryland 27-24 26-23
Penn State MINNESOTA 21-13 24-10
Oklahoma MISSOURI 29-28 30-17
OHIO STATE Purdue 37-17 34-17
Nebraska OKLAHOMA STATE 24-24 to ot 23-17
PITTSBURGH Rutgers 28-17 27-17
CLEMSON Georgia Tech 35-31 35-30
South Carolina VANDERBILT 28-14 27-7
BAYLOR Kansas State 30-28 34-26
TEXAS Iowa State 26-10 31-3
VIRGINIA Eastern Michigan 31-12 38-10
VIRGINIA TECH Duke 41-12 41-10
WEST VIRGINIA Syracuse 28-13 26-12
MISSISSIPPI STATE U  a  b 34-10 35-17
ILLINOIS Indiana 33-20 27-17
ARKANSAS STATE Florida Atlantic 34-26 31-20
Temple BUFFALO 24-16 26-14
CENTRAL FLORIDA Rice 34-14 35-16
IOWA Wisconsin 25-17 27-17
Texas A&M KANSAS 33-20 44-13
MIAMI (FL) North Carolina 24-21 24-20
MIDDLE TENNESSEE Louisiana-Monroe 34-30 35-20
Notre Dame Navy  (E. Rutherford, NJ) 30-28 31-21
Alabama TENNESSEE 24-6 24-9
MIAMI (O) Ohio U 27-28 32-19
B  Y  U Wyoming 27-20 34-17
BOWLING GREEN Kent State 28-25 28-26
Western Michigan AKRON 34-21 31-21
NORTHERN ILLINOIS Central Michigan 33-20 33-14
S  M  U Houston 40-32 41-24
EAST CAROLINA Marshall 38-21 45-19
IDAHO New Mexico State 42-17 38-16
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE Western Kentucky 31-23 31-13
Hawaii UTAH STATE 38-28 42-31
UTAH Colorado State 38-9 27-10
TOLEDO Ball State 35-21 41-10
Fresno State SAN JOSE STATE 31-20 38-14
T  C  U Air Force 27-10 27-10
U  T  E  P Tulane 40-31 41-27
San Diego State NEW MEXICO 42-16 42-13

 

This Week’s Look At the Bowls

We continue to believe that only TCU and Boise State could emerge as unbeaten teams.  We can see Oregon stubbing their toe in the competitive Pac-10.  We believe Michigan State will lose once in Big Ten play.  We think Oklahoma has three chances to lose a game, and Oklahoma State and Missouri will not run the table.  We believe the Auburn-LSU winner will lose to Alabama.  TCU should dismiss Utah, so that would leave just the Horned Frogs and Broncos undefeated.  If it happens, they should finish 1-2 in the BCS standings.  If you are a fan of college football playoffs, you need to pull for this scenario to happen.  Can you predict the reaction if 11-1 Alabama and 11-1 Oregon lost out on a chance to play for the National Championship?  You can substitute 11-1 Ohio State’s, Iowa’s, Nebraska’s, Auburn’s, LSU’s, and any other 11-1 team from a major conference. 

The at-large hopefuls out there may luck out on the Pac-10 not coming up with enough teams to fulfill their obligations.  If Oregon and Stanford both end up in BCS Bowls, and with Southern Cal ineligible, the league could find itself being unable to provide bowl-eligible teams to at least one bowl and maybe as many as three.  Our ratings indicated that from among Arizona State, California, Oregon State, UCLA, and Washington, one team could finish 6-6, while the others all finish 5-7.

 

(Parentheses mean at-large selection) 

Bowl Conference Team Conference Team
New Mexico MWC #4 or 5 (Ohio U 7-5) WAC (#3-4) La. Tech 6-6
Humanitarian MAC #3 Temple 9-3 WAC #1 or 2 Nevada 10-2
New Orleans Sunbelt #1 or 2 Troy 9-3 C-USA #5 U T E P 8-5
St. Petersburg Big East #6 Syracuse 6-6 C-USA #4 Southern Miss 8-4
Las Vegas MWC #1 Utah 11-1 Pac 10 #5 (Cincinnati 7-5)
Poinsettia MWC #2 San Diego St. 8-4 Navy or WAC Navy 7-5
Hawaii Hawaii/WAC #3 Hawaii 10-3 C-USA #2 East Carolina 9-3
Little Caesar’s Pizza Big 10 #8 Northwestern 6-6 MAC #1 Northern Ill. 10-3
Independence ACC #7 Miami 7-5 MWC #3 Air Force 8-4
Champs Sports Big East #2 Notre Dame 7-5 ACC #3 North Carolina 8-4
Insight Big 12 #4 Missouri 10-2 Big 10 #4 or 5 Wisconsin 9-3
Eagle Bank ACC #8 Maryland 6-6 C-USA #6 S M U 7-6
Texas Big 12 #6 Baylor 7-5 Big 10 #6 Illinois 8-4
Alamo Big 12 #3 Nebraska 11-2 Pac 10 #2 Arizona 9-3
Armed Forces C-USA #3 Tulsa 8-4 MWC #4 or 5 B Y U 6-6
Pinstripe Big East #4 Rutgers 6-6 Big 12 #7 Texas Tech 6-6
Music City SEC # 7 Miss. State 8-4 ACC #6 Georgia Tech 7-5
Holiday Big 12 #5 Oklahoma St. 10-2 Pac 10 #3 California 6-6
Meineke Car Care ACC #5 Clemson 7-5 Big East #3 Pittsburgh 7-5
Sun ACC #4 N. Carolina St. 8-4 Pac 10 #4 (Boston Coll. 7-5)
Liberty SEC #8 or 9 Kentucky 7-5 C-USA #1 Central Fla. 11-2
Chick-fil-A SEC #5 Florida 7-5 ACC #2 Florida State 10-3
Dallas Football Classic Big 10 #7 Penn State 6-6 Big 12 #8 Kansas St. 6-6
Outback SEC #3 or 4 Georgia 7-6 Big 10 #3 Ohio State 10-2
Capital One Big 10 #2 Michigan St. 11-1 SEC #2 L S U 10-2
Gator Big 10 #4 or 5 Michigan 9-3 SEC #6 South Carolina 7-5
Rose BCS Pac10 Oregon 11-1 BCS Big 10 Iowa 11-1
Fiesta BCS Big 12 Oklahoma 12-1 BCS At-Large West Virginia 10-2
Orange BCS ACC Virginia Tech 11-2 BCS At-Large Stanford 11-1
Sugar BCS SEC Auburn 12-1 BCS At-Large Alabama 10-2
G M A C Sunbelt #1 or 2 Florida Int’l 6-6 MAC #2 Miami (O) 9-4
Cotton Big 12 #2 Texas 10-2 SEC #3 or 4 Arkansas 10-2
Papajohns.com Big East #5 South Florida 7-5 SEC #8 or 9 (Army 7-5)
Kraft Fight Hunger Pac 10 #6 (Toledo 8-4) WAC Fresno St. 6-6
National Championship *** BCS #1 *** Boise State 12-0 *** BCS #2 *** TCU 12-0

 

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