ESPN Announces Broadcast Site For CGD Season Premiere

Ames, IA - January 17, 2015 - Iowa State University: Rece Davis, Jay Willimas, Seth Greenberg and Jay Bilas on the set of College GameDay Covered by State Farm (Photo by Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images)

Ames, IA – January 17, 2015 – Iowa State University: Rece Davis, Jay Willimas, Seth Greenberg and Jay Bilas on the set of College GameDay Covered by State Farm
(Photo by Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images)

ESPN’s College GameDay Covered by State Farm makes its annual return this month.

The worldwide leader in sports’ flagship college basketball program returns Saturday, January 23rd.  Opening weekend will feature a matchup of two Big Ten opponents, #5 Michigan State and #3 Maryland.  The morning broadcast tips off at 11am ET on ESPN.  Later in the evening, Saturday Primetime presented by DIRECTV will air ahead of the night’s game.  Rece Davis will anchor Saturday morning’s broadcast of College GameDay Covered by State Farm.  He will be joined at the desk by analysts Jay Bilas, Seth Greenberg, and Jay Williams.  Dan Shulman will have the call for the evening’s game between the Spartans and Terps.  He will be joined in the booth by Jay Bilas.  Reporter Shannon Spake will also be on hand for additional commentary and news throughout the game.

ESPN’s January 23rd edition of College GameDay Covered by State Farm marks the fourth time that the program has aired live from East Lansing.  For the Spartans, the upcoming edition of CGD marks the eighth time that the team has made an appearance on the annual college basketball broadcast.  And for the Terrapins, the game marks the second time that the team has appeared at the site of a CGD broadcast.

Tipoff time for the Spartans/Terrapins matchup will be announced soon. CGD’s broadcast site will be announced one week in advance of its broadcast throughout the course of the program’s annual seven-week run. More information on ESPN’s College GameDay Covered by State Farm is available online now along with all of the latest college basketball headlines at:

 

 

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ESPN Offering Extensive Coverage Of College Football Playoff Championship

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Next Monday night the 2015 – 2016 college football season finally comes to an end.

A season of hits and hard work finally comes down to just one game next Monday night when Alabama (SEC) and Clemson (ACC) face off for this year’s college football championship.  And ESPN will have full coverage of this year’s championship game.  Kickoff is set for 8:30pm ET on ESPN.  Chris Fowler will have the call for Monday night’s game, presented by AT&T.  He will be joined in the booth by Kirk Herbstreit.  Heather Cox and Tom Rinaldi will also be on hand on the sidelines for additional commentary and reports throughout the game.

Those that won’t be near a TV Monday night can still catch the game as it will be simulcast on ESPN Radio and online via ESPNRadio.com, the ESPN app, SiriusXM, Apple iTunes Radio, Slacker Radio, and TuneIn.  Mike Tirico will have the call for the game’s broadcast on ESPN Radio.  He will be joined in the booth by analyst Todd Blackledge.  Holly Rowe, Joe Schad, and Bill Lemonnier will all be on hand on the sidelines for additional commentary and reports for ESPN Radio throughout the game.  Additional information for Monday night’s broadcast of the College Football Championship will be announced as the week progresses.

As the days tick by and anticipation builds for this year’s College Football Championship, ESPN and the ESPN networks will have plenty of in-depth coverage ahead of the big game.  College Football Live will come live from the campus of both Alabama and Clemson.  It will also have a live broadcast from the University of Phoenix Stadium, the site of this year’s championship game.  Joe Tessitore will be live at Alabama’s campus.  He will be joined by analysts Mark May and Booger McFarland, and reporter Tom Rinaldi.  Chris Cotter will be live from Clemson alongside Danny Kanell and analyst Joey Galloway.  Reporters Samantha Ponder and Marty Smith will also be on hand for additional commentary and news.  On Friday, Chris Cotter will anchor College Football Live on site at the University of Phoenix Stadium.  He will be joined live by analysts Joey Galloway, Jesse Palmer, Mack Brown and Todd McShay, and contributor George Whitfield.  That broadcast will air Friday at 1:30pm ET on ESPN.

Along with broadcasts of College Football Live ESPN will also offer college football fans live editions of SportsCenter in the days leading up to the College Football Championship.  David Lloyd will host SportsCenter  Thursday at 1pm ET.  Lindsay Czarniak will host the 6pm edition of SportsCenter Thursday and Friday evening.  Thursday’s broadcast will air live from Alabama and Friday’s from Phoenix.  Saturday morning, SportsCenter will air live from College Football Playoff Media Day from 8am ET – 12:30pm ET.  Matt Barrie, Joe Tessitore will be on hand for the early edition of SportsCenter while John Anderson and John Buccigross will be on hand for the late edition of SportsCenter.  On Monday, SportsCenter will be live from 9am ET to 2:30 pm ET on-site from the University of Phoenix Stadium.  There will also be a follow-up edition of SportsCenter following the game.  Lindsay Czarniak will wrap SportsCenter’s coverage of the College Football Championship Tuesday night at 6pm ET.

The ESPN networks’ extensive coverage of the 2015 – 2016 College Football Championship includes not only coverage from its flagship news broadcast and one of its college football broadcast but also on Face To Face with Hannah Storm.  Monday afternoon at 2:30pm ET, Alabama head coach Nick Saban and Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney will sit down with ESPN’s Hannah Storm for a special interview.  The coaches will discuss their respective teams’ seasons, the championship game, and much more in a special half-hour edition of the program.

Over on the radio side, Mike and Mike will broadcast on-site on Monday and Tuesday live from the University of Phoenix Stadium as will Rusillo and KanellMike and Mike will be simulcast both days from 6am ET to 10am ET on ESPN2. Rusillo & Kanell will air both days at 1pm ET live from Phoenix. As an additional bonus for fans NFL great Steve Smith, Jr. will join Golic and Greenie Friday morning on Mike and Mike. His appearance comes on the heels of his announcement that he will be returning to the Ravens in 2016 instead of retiring as he had previously announced. Smith will be live from 7:30am – 10am ET.

More information on the ESPN networks’ extensive coverage of the upcoming College Football Playoff Championship is available online now along with all of the latest college football headlines at:

 

 

Website: http://espn.go.com/college-football

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ESPN Networks’ College Football Bowl Coverage Kicks Off This Weekend

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College football’s post season is officially here!

College football’s 2015 post season kicks off this weekend. The thirty-nine-game bowl schedule opens this Saturday, December 19th. It all begins with five games. That five games come in the form of a double header beginning at noon on ABC and a triple header on ESPN beginning at 2pm ET. The double header opens with a matchup between North Carolina A&T and Alcorn State in the inaugural Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl. Mark Neely, Jay Walker, and Tiffany Green will have full coverage for that game. Once a winner is crowned in that game, ABC will switch over and begin coverage of the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl. Along with its broadcast on ABC, the game will also be simulcast on ESPN Deportes. BYU and #22 will face off in that game.

ESPN’s triple header opens with the Gildan New Mexico Bowl on ESPN and ESPN Radio at 2pm. Arizona and new Mexico will face off in that matchup. Eamon McAnaney, Rocky Boiman, and Laura Rutledge will have full coverage of that game for ESPN. Drew Goodman will be joined on the radio by an as yet unnamed co-host for ESPN Radio’s broadcast of the game. The Raycom Media Camellia Bowl follows at 5:30pm on ESPN and ESPN Radio, and will feature a matchup between Ohio and Appalachian State. Dave Neal, Anthony Becht, and Paul Carcaterra will have the call for ESPN. Cole Cubelic and Dawn Davenport will call all of the action on ESPN Radio for the game. The R + L Carriers New Orleans Bowl rounds out day one of the 2015 college football post season. Arkansas State and Louisiana State will go toe to toe in that game. It will be carried live on ESPN and ESPN Radio. Adam Amin will anchor ESPN’s broadcast of the game. He will be joined by Kelly Stouffer, and Dr. Jerry Punch. On the radio side, Bill Rosinski will anchor the broadcast. He will be joined by David Norrie and Joe Schad for the broadcast.
If this weekend’s coverage isn’t enough for all of the college football fans, then there’s no need to worry. Post season coverage returns Monday afternoon, December 21st at 2:30pm with the broadcast of the Miami Beach Bowl. The game, which will see Western Kentucky take on South Florida, will be aired live on ESPN. Dave Lamont, Desmond Howard, and Quint kessinich will have the call. Post season coverage continues Tuesday, December 22nd with a double header that kicks off at 3:30pm on ESPN and ESPN radio. It begins with a broadcast of the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. Akron and Utah State will take to the field in that game. Mark Neely, Mike Belloti, and Kevin Weidl will have the call for ESPN. The ESPN Radio announce team has not yet been announced for the game. At 7pm ET Toledo will face #24 Temple in the day’s second matchup, the Marmot Boca Raton Bowl. The game will air live on ESPN and ESPN Radio. Allen Bestwick will anchor the broadcast. He will be joined by Dan Hawkins and Tiffany Green for the broadcast. Dave Lamont, John Congemi, and Brett McMurphy will have the call for ESPN Radio in this game. The ESPN networks’ complete 2015 college football post season schedule is listed below.

2015-16 ESPN/ABC Bowl Coverage Schedule

Date Time (ET) Game, Matchup and Commentators Network(s)
Sat, Dec. 19 Noon
Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl:

Alcorn State at North Carolina A&T
Mark Neely, Jay Walker, Tiffany Greene
ABC
2 p.m.
Gildan New Mexico Bowl:
Arizona vs. New Mexico
TV: Eamon McAnaney, Rocky Boiman, Laura Rutledge
Radio: Drew Goodman and TBD
ESPN and ESPN Radio
3:30 p.m.
Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl:
BYU vs. No. 22 Utah
Brent Musburger, Jesse Palmer, Maria Taylor
ABC and ESPN Deportes
5:30 p.m.
Raycom Media Camellia Bowl:
Ohio vs. Appalachian State
TV: Dave Neal, Anthony Becht, Paul Carcaterra
Radio: TBD, Cole Cubelic, Dawn Davenport
ESPN and ESPN Radio
9 p.m.
R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl:

Arkansas State vs. Louisiana Tech
TV: Adam Amin, Kelly Stouffer, Dr. Jerry Punch
Radio:  Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Joe Schad
ESPN and ESPN Radio
Mon, Dec. 21 2:30 p.m.
Miami Beach Bowl:
Western Kentucky vs. South Florida
Dave Lamont, Desmond Howard, Quint Kessenich
ESPN
Tue, Dec. 22 3:30 p.m.
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl:
Akron vs. Utah State
TV: Mark Neely, Mike Bellotti, Kevin Weidl
Radio: TBD
ESPN and ESPN Radio
7 p.m.
Marmot Boca Raton Bowl:
Toledo vs. No. 24 Temple
TV: Allen Bestwick, Dan Hawkins, Tiffany Greene
Radio: Dave Lamont, John Congemi, Brett McMurphy
ESPN and ESPN Radio
Wed, Dec. 23 4:30 p.m.
San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl:
Boise State vs. Northern Illinois
TV: Beth Mowins, David Diaz-Infante, Shelley Smith
Radio: Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Joe Schad
ESPN and ESPN Radio
8 p.m.
GoDaddy Bowl:
Georgia Southern vs. Bowling Green
Tom Hart, Andre Ware, Laura Rutledge
ESPN
Thu, Dec. 24 Noon
Popeyes Bahamas Bowl:
Middle Tennessee vs. Western Michigan
Steve Levy, Mack Brown, Mark May, Kaylee Hartung
ESPN
8 p.m.
Hawai’i Bowl:
San Diego State vs. Cincinnati
TV: Adam Amin, Greg McElroy, Holly Rowe
Radio: TBD, Mike Golic Sr., Mike Golic, Jr.
ESPN and ESPN Radio
Sat, Dec. 26 11 a.m.
St. Petersburg Bowl:

Connecticut vs. Marshall
TV: Tom Hart, Anthony Becht, Tiffany Greene
Radio: TBD, Rene Ingoglia, Brett McMurphy
ESPN and ESPN Radio
2:20 p.m.
Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl:

Washington vs. Southern Mississippi
Mike Corey, Ahmad Brooks, Kayce Smith
ESPN
3:30 p.m.
New Era Pinstripe Bowl:
Indiana vs. Duke
TV: Rece Davis, Danny Kanell, Joey Galloway, Paul Carcaterra
Radio: TBD
ABC and ESPN Radio
5:45 p.m.
Camping World Independence Bowl:

Tulsa vs. Virginia Tech
Dave Lamont, Ray Bentley, Jane Slater
ESPN and ESPN Deportes
9:15 p.m.
Foster Farms Bowl:
UCLA vs. Nebraska
TV: Jason Benetti, Rod Gilmore, Shelley Smith
Radio:  Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Joe Schad
ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Radio
Mon, Dec. 28 2:30 p.m.
Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman:

Pittsburgh vs. No. 21 Navy
TV: Eamon McAnaney,Rocky Boiman, Quint Kessenich
Radio:  TBD, Mike Golic Sr., Mike Golic, Jr.
ESPN, ESPN Deportes & ESPN Radio
5 p.m.
Quick Lane Bowl:

Central Michigan vs. Minnesota
Dave Neal, Matt Stinchcomb, Kayce Smith
ESPN2
Tue, Dec. 29 2 p.m.
Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl:

California vs. Air Force
Dave Flemming, Mike Bellotti, Allison Williams
ESPN
5:30 p.m.
Russell Athletic Bowl:

No. 10 North Carolina vs. No. 17 Baylor
TV: Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, Dr. Jerry Punch
Radio:  Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Joe Schad
ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Radio
9 p.m.
AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl:

No. 20 LSU vs. Texas Tech
TV: Joe Tessitore, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, Maria Taylor
Radio: Bob Wischusen, Brock Huard, Shannon Spake
ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Radio
Wed, Dec. 30 Noon
Birmingham Bowl:

Auburn vs. Memphis
TV: Beth Mowins, Anthony Becht, Paul Carcaterra
Radio: Allen Bestwick, Dan Hawkins, Tiffany Greene
ESPN and ESPN Radio
3:30 p.m.
Belk Bowl:

NC State vs. Mississippi State
TV: Clay Matvick, John Congemi, Dawn Davenport
Radio: Taylor Zarzour, Charles Arbuckle, and Quint Kessenich
ESPN, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN Radio
7 p.m.
Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl:

Texas A&M vs. Louisville
TV: Tom Hart, Andre Ware, Laura Rutledge
Radio: Mike Corey, Rene Ingoglia
ESPN, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN Radio
10:30 p.m.
Holiday Bowl:

No. 25 USC vs. Wisconsin
TV: Adam Amin, Kelly Stouffer, Olivia Harlan
Radio: Drew Goodman and TBD
ESPN, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN Radio
Fri, Jan 1 Noon
Outback Bowl:

No. 13 Northwestern vs. No. 23 Tennessee
TV: Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore, Quint Kessenich
ESPN2
1 p.m.
Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl:

No. 14 Michigan vs. No. 19 Florida
TV: Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, Dr. Jerry Punch
Radio: Beth Mowins, Anthony Becht, Paul Carcaterra
ABC and ESPN Radio
Sat, Jan 2 Noon
TaxSlayer Bowl:

Penn State vs. Georgia
TV: Allen Bestwick, Dan Hawkins, Tiffany Greene
Radio: Eamon McAnaney, John Congemi,
ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Radio
3:20 p.m.
AutoZone Liberty Bowl:

Kansas State vs. Arkansas
TV: Anish Shroff, Ahmad Brooks, Dawn Davenport
Radio: Mark Neely, Jay Walker, Kevin Weidl
ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Radio
6:45 p.m. Valero Alamo Bowl:
No. 15 Oregon vs. No. 11 TCU
TV: Dave Flemming, Mack Brown, Allison Williams
Radio: Tom Hart, Andre Ware, Laura Rutledge
ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Radio
10:15 p.m. Motel 6 Cactus Bowl:
West Virginia vs. Arizona State
TV: Dave Neal, Matt Stinchcomb, Kayce Smith
Radio: Drew Goodman, David Diaz-Infante, Olivia Harlan
ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Radio

More information on ESPN’s college football coverage and that of the ESPN networks is available online now at:

Website: http://espn.go.com/college-football

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ESPN Sets Up Big 10 Championship In This Weekend’s CGD Broadcast

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This weekend is going to be a very busy one in the world of college football. That is because this weekend is championship weekend for college football. And ESPN’s College GameDay will be live this Saturday morning ahead of just one of those championships.

ESPN’s College GameDay Built by The Home Depot will be live Saturday morning in Indianapolis ahead of the Big 10 Championship game between Michigan State and Iowa. This weekend’s broadcast, which will come live from Pan Am Plaza, will be the second time that the Emmy® Award-winning program will have broadcast there. Rece Davis will anchor the broadcast. He will be joined at the desk by analysts Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso, Desmond Howard, and David Pollack. Contributors Samantha Ponder, Tom Rinaldi, and Gene Wojciechowski will also be on hand for additional commentary. Saturday’s broadcast begins at 9am ET on ESPN and runs until noon.

Friday afternoon on ESPN College Football Live will come live from the College GameDay Built by The Home Depot set. It begins at 2pm ET. Samantha Ponder, Desmond Howard, and David Pollack will be at the desk for the weekly broadcast. More information on this weekend’s broadcast of College GameDay Built by The Home Depot is available online now along with all of the latest college football headlines at:

 

Website: http://espn.go.com/college-football

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/collegegameday

Twitter: http://twitter.com/CollegeGameDay

 

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ESPN Previews Big 12 Conference Showdown This Week On CGD

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Listen up Sooner Nation. ESPN is coming to town this weekend.

ESPN’s College GameDay Built by The Home Depot will come live from the campus of Oklahoma this Saturday morning. The broadcast, which runs from 9am ET to 12pm ET, is in advance of the Sooners’ annual “Bedlam” game against in-state rival Oklahoma State University. The Big 12 opponents will be the featured game of the week on Saturday Night Football on ABC presented by Wells Fargo. Oklahoma (10 – 1) is ranked at #3 in the college football playoff standings, having moved up four spots from last week’s rankings. Oklahoma State (10 – 1) fell six spots this week to #10 in the rankings.

Saturday’s live broadcast will mark the fifth time that College GameDay Built by The Home Depot has come live from Oklahoma’s campus. Rece Davis will anchor the broadcast. He will be joined at the desk by ESPN college football analysts Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso, and David Pollack as well as contributors Samantha Ponder, Tom Rinaldi, George Whitfield, and Gene Wojciechowski. On a related note, Desmond Howard will be off this weekend. That is because he will be in Ann Arbor, Michigan as his #21 jersey will be retired ahead of the Wolverines’ rivalry game against The Ohio State University. Howard will have live segments from Michigan throughout Saturday’s broadcast of College GameDay Built by The Home Depot.

Kirk Herbstreit will have the call for Saturday night’s game between the Sooners and Cowboys. He will be joined in the booth by Chris Fowler. Reporter Heather Cox will also be on hand for additional commentary and news throughout the game. More information on this week’s edition of College GameDay Built by The Home Depot is available online now along with all of the latest college football headlines at:

 

Website: http://espn.go.com/college-football

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/collegegameday

Twitter: http://twitter.com/CollegeGameDay

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Viewers Will Be “Seeing Red” This Weekend On ESPN’s CGD Broadcast

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The first rankings for this year’s college football playoffs were released last night. Among the top teams in the year’s first listing, each of the Power Five conferences was well represented. And thanks to the rankings, there is sure to be even more chants of “Roll Tide” on the campus of Alabama this weekend when ESPN rolls into town.

ESPN’s College GameDay Built by The Home Depot will broadcast live from the campus of the currently 4th ranked Crimson Tide this Saturday morning. The Emmy Award ®-winning college football program will come live from the Walk Of Champions outside of Bryant-Denny Stadium ahead of Alabama’s matchup Saturday night against the Tigers of LSU. It marks the second time this season that the program has aired live from Alabama’s campus and the eighth time overall that Gameday has aired live ahead of an Alabama-LSU matchup. Rece Davis will anchor Saturday morning’s broadcast. He will be joined at the desk by ESPN college football analysts Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso, Desmond Howard, and David Pollack. Contributors Samantha Ponder, Tom Rinaldi, George Whitfield and Gene Wojciechowski will also be on hand for additional commentary. Herbstreit will be on the call for the game. He will be joined by Chris Fowler and Heather Cox.

Along with its previous statistics, this weekend’s broadcast also marks the twenty-fourth time that College GameDay Built by The Home Depot will be aired live at the site of an LSU game. Over the course of the team’s previous games it has gone 15 – 8. It is also the twelfth time overall that GameDay has aired live from Alabama’s campus for any of the Crimson Tide’s games. Under coach Nick Saban, the Crimson Tide has gone 5 – 3 when GameDay has preceded the team’s matchups.

More information on this weekend’s broadcast of College GameDay Built by The Home Depot is available online now along with all of the latest college football headlines at:

Website: http://espn.go.com/college-football

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/collegegameday

Twitter: http://twitter.com/CollegeGameDay

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ESPN’s CGD To Air Live From JMU For First Time Ever This Weekend

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ESPN will be in Virginia this weekend for its weekly broadcast of College GameDay Built by The Home Depot. But the network’s flagship college football broadcast won’t be coming from any of the major Virginia universities’ campuses. This week, it will come live from the campus of James Madison University.

ESPN’s College GameDay Built by The Home Depot will broadcast live Saturday morning from the campus of James Madison University beginning at 9am ET. The broadcast comes ahead of the Dukes’ homecoming game against in-state rival Richmond, which will be at 3:30pm ET. This weekend’s broadcast from JMU marks the first time ever that College GameDay Built by The Home Depot will have been broadcast live from the campus of the non-FBS school and the eighth time ever that the show has been broadcast from a non-FBS school overall. The It will take place live at the Quad in front of Wilson Hall from 9am ET – 12pm ET on ESPN.

Rece Davis will anchor Saturday’s broadcast. He will be joined at the desk by analysts Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso, Desmond Howard, and David Pollack along with contributors Samantha Ponder, Tom Rinaldi, George Whitfield, and Gene Wojciechowski. More information on Saturday’s broadcast of College GameDay Built by The Home Depot is available online now along with all of the latest college football headlines at:

Website: http://espn.go.com/college-football

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/collegegameday

Twitter: http://twitter.com/CollegeGameDay

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