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We are 178 days from the University of Northern Iowa men's basketball team's season opener, so what better time to talk basketball?

Beat writers from around the Missouri Valley Conference convened over the interwebs this week to give a team-by-team spring update. Paul Suellentrop of the Wichita Eagle led the charge and posed five questions.

A local update from Loyola is missing because the Chicago media has not granted beat writer status to the Ramblers.

Bradley

By Dave Reynolds, Peoria-Journal Star

1. What was the team's major off-season issue that needed addressing?

Bradley's needs were numerous after a 9-24 season. I don't know that anyone could have provided the massive overhaul that has taken place, starting with a new coaching staff headed by Brian Wardle, a 35-year-old Illinoisan who had good success in a five-year head coaching run at Green Bay, winning 49 games the past two seasons. Wardle's first meeting with Geno Ford's team that had a dozen players returning, but eight of whom were seniors to be, resulted in six of them asking for their release. Two more would follow in the coming weeks, leaving just four holdover players -- guards Ka'Darryl Bell (6.1 ppg, 2.1 apg) and Warren Jones (11.9 ppg in 21 games), forward Donte Thomas (2.5 ppg, 2.5 rpg) and center Mike Shaw (1.9 ppg, 3.4 rpg).

2. Who was added to the roster for 2015-16 and how will the newcomers help?

In less than two months on the job, Wardle has added eight scholarship players and a local walk-on. All are incoming freshmen except 6-7 Alex Foster, a native Chicagoan who's transferring from Texas Tech, where he played little.

The freshmen include 6-10 Davante Cooper of Atlanta, 6-8 Luuk van Bree of The Netherlands, 6-7 Scottie James of Tarpon Springs, Fla., 6-6 Ronnie Suggs of Washington, Mo., 6-6 walk-on Peter Hanley of Peoria, 6-3 Antoine Pittman of Rockford, 6-3 Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye of London, England and 5-11 Joel Okafor of Richmond, Ind.

Two guard Pittman and point guard Okafor were Wardle recruits to Green Bay and will likely be immediate contributors as will combo guard Ogunleye and swingman Suggs. Because of the lack of bigs in the program, Cooper, van Bree and James will certainly get a shot, too.

It's really hard to gauge who will be the most impactful at this point. But with seven scholarship freshmen, some of them will have to be important pieces from Day One.

3. Important departures?

The most important departures were 6-7 freshman forward Josh Cunningham, second in the Valley in rebounding (7.5 as well as 7.9 ppg) and 5-11 point guard Tramique Sutherland (11.3 ppg, 3.0 apg). The others who left are 6-4 guard Omari Grier (7.9 ppg), 6-9 center Xzavier Taylor (2.8 ppg, 1.8 rpg), 6-8 F-C Jermaine Morgan (2.5 ppg, 2.7 rpg), 6-1 PG Anthony Fields (1.3 ppg), 7-1 C Nate Wells (3.0 ppg, 1.5 rpg) and 6-2 G Kendahl Amerson (academically ineligible last season as junior college transfer, 2 years left). Wells is headed to Ball State as a grad transfer. Fields and Grier are also grad transfers with no school as of yet.

The only graduate was 6-8 F Auston Barnes (9.8 ppg, 4.8 rpg).

4. Is this team an MVC contender? Middle of the pack? Thursday contender?

As a rebuilding, freshman-dominant squad, the Braves are destined for a sixth consecutive Thursday night appearance at St. Louis. I can't imagine a scenario in which Bradley finishes ahead of four Valley teams in the standings. The four returnees are role players at best although Thomas showed late promise and could make a big jump with lots of playing time available.

5. What games highlight the non-conference schedule?

The non-conference schedule is still being put together. What is official is more than challenging for this young team. At Boise State in the MWC Challenge, at Arizona, at UT-Arlington and at the Charleston Classic, a loaded field that includes Virginia, Ole Miss, Seton Hall, Oklahoma State, Long Beach State and George Mason.

Drake

By Andrew Logue, Des Moines Register

1. What was the team's major off-season issue that needed addressing?

Size and experience. The Bulldogs relied a lot on young guys last season, and it will be the same in 2015-16. One positive is the development of point guard Reed Timmer. He logged a lot of minutes as a freshman, and that should start to pay off next fall.

2. Who was added to the roster for 2015-16 and how will the newcomers help?

You’ll hear some buzz on Dominik Olejniczak, a 7-foot player from Poland. He could give Drake some sort of presence in the post. Also, shooting guard Billy Wampler could see significant minutes. He may not be on Timmer’s level, though.

3. Important departures?

Drake will miss guys like Karl Madison, Gary Ricks Jr. and Jordan Daniels, but they’re still pretty loaded at the guard spot. Again, size is their primary issue.

4. Is this team an MVC contender? Middle of the pack? Thursday contender?

Avoiding the play-in game at the Valley tournament would be a nice sign of progress. Coach Giacoletti has some pieces in place, but they’re at least another year away from making real noise in the Valley. So middle of the pack would be a big step up.

5. What games highlight the non-conference schedule?

The non-conference schedule has not been set, yet. But there will be a matchup with Iowa. They’ll also play Nevada in the Valley-MWC challenge, Dec. 2. The Bulldogs should also host DePaul, but no date is set.

Evansville

By Daniel Allar, Evansville Courier and Press

1. What was the team's major off-season issue that needed addressing?

Bringing back all-conference center Egidijus Mockevicius for his senior season was the Aces’ primary concern. With Mockevicius earning a bachelor’s degree this spring, there was speculation around here that the 6-foot-10 Lithuanian would either play pro ball overseas or use the NCAA’s graduate transfer rule to move to a bigger program. Mockevicius did consider pro ball for a while but recently settled on finishing his eligibility at UE while pursuing a second bachelor’s degree. He averaged 12.5 points, 9.9 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game last season.

Assistant coaches Jimmy Elgas and Carson Harris left for head coaching jobs, Elgas at Division II Henderson State and Harris at NAIA Marian University. Lennox Forrester (former SIUE head coach) and Doug Novsek (most recently associate head coach at Nevada) will fill the vacancies. Forrester and current UE head coach Marty Simmons were assistants under Jim Crews and Novsek played high school ball with Simmons.

2. Who was added to the roster for 2015-16 and how will the newcomers help?

The Aces have added one incoming freshman so far in 5-foot-11 combo guard Harris Brown out of Indianapolis Howe High School. He could give Evansville a different look in the backcourt because unlike the Aces’ current point guards (Duane Gibson and Jaylon Brown) he is an accomplished scorer and consistent outside shooting threat. Brown scored 50 and 51 points in back-to-back games in high school and averaged about 30 points per game in his senior season.

Also available for the 2015-16 season will be 6-7 power forward Willie Wiley and 7-1 center Sergej Vucetic, both of whom sat out last season after transferring from other programs. Vucetic played minimally at Nebraska before coming to Evansville and I expect him to only play spot minutes next season while backing up Mockevicius.

A transfer from Vincennes University, Wiley is a more intriguing addition because he gives the Aces a traditional power forward who could play alongside Mockevicius in big lineups. Last season, Evansville used its bigger guards — 6-4 Adam Wing and 6-6 Mislav Brzoja — to defend opposing power forwards. Like Harris Brown, Wiley faces the challenge of cracking a crowded, established rotation.

3. Important departures?

Evansville loses two role players from last season — 6-7 power forward Jaylon Moore (4.1 ppg, 1.7 rpg) and seldom-used guard Taylor Stafford. Moore graduated and Stafford is transferring.

4. Is this team an MVC contender? Middle of the pack? Thursday contender?

This will likely be the best team in coach Marty Simmons’ nine-year tenure and should be an MVC contender.

5. What games highlight the non-conference schedule?

The Wooden Legacy tournament during Thanksgiving week will test the Aces regardless of how the bracket plays out. The field features five 2015 NCAA tournament teams in Michigan State, Arizona, Boise State, Providence and UC Irvine. Also in the field are Evansville, Boston College and Santa Clara.

UE will also host Belmont and play at Fresno State in the MVC-MW Challenge.

Illinois State

By Jim Benson, Bloomington Pantagraph

1. What was the team's major off-season issue that needed addressing?

After Reggie Lynch decided to transfer back to his beloved Minnesota, the Redbirds needed to find another body in the middle. ISU will have Nick Banyard, a 6-8 transfer from New Mexico who sat out last season, and 6-11 freshman recruit Dauoda "David" Ndiaye from Senegal via Windermere Prep in Florida. But they needed someone more seasoned and added 6-8 Quintin Brewer, a graduate transfer who averaged 9.2 points and 7.0 rebounds last season. ISU won't have anyone with the bulk of Lynch or graduated John Jones in the post next season. This could be a problem. Expect to see the Redbirds play more zone than man defense in 2015-16.

2. Who was added to the roster for 2015-16 and how will the newcomers help?

Besides Brewer, ISU added 6-8, 215-pound Elvis Harvey from Oxbridge Academy in West Palm Beach, Fla. Harvey has only played basketball for three years and appears to be a redshirt candidate. ISU did add four preps in the fall in Ndiaye, his teammate, Matt Hein, a shooting guard; point guard Keyshawn Evans from Plantation, Fla., and 6-6 wing forward Roland Griffin from Aurora, Ill. Evans and Griffin appear to be the two leading contenders for playing time. Evans will backup Paris Lee and can shift to 2 guard to play with Lee, although he is only 6-foot, while Griffin is pretty athletic and figures to play behind MiKyle McIntosh.

3. Important departures?

Lynch might be the most important departure in the league. He was a rim protector and shot blocker. His offensive game was getting better all the time. Lynch had trouble staying out of foul trouble his two years, so ISU has experience playing without him. At least, Muller has all summer figuring out how the Redbirds will play in the fall to compensate for Lynch's loss. ISU also lost forward Will Ransom and guard Mark Hall, but both played little and wouldn't have made significant contributions in the 2015-16 season.

4. Is this team an MVC contender? Middle of the pack? Thursday contender?

With Lynch, ISU probably was the No. 2 choice in the league behind Wichita State. Replacing Daishon Knight will be difficult, but DeVaughn Akoon-Purcell figures to step into that role. Akoon-Purcell, Lee, Deonte Hawkins are returning starters along with McIntosh, Tony Wills and Justin McCloud. That probably puts ISU in the 4-5 range behind Shockers, UNI and Evansville.

5. What games highlight the non-conference schedule?

The nonconference schedule will be brutal. The Redbirds open at San Diego State, probably a top-25 team, for the MW-MVC Challenge. They will face Maryland, which many believe will be the preseason No. 1 team in country, in the Cancun Challenge. Then there's a Dec. 1 date at Kentucky in Rupp Arena. Throw in home games against Alabama-Birmingham and Murray State along with a road game at Saint Joseph's, and the Redbirds definitely can't say they won't be ready for MVC action.

Indiana State

By Todd Golden, Terre Haute Tribune Star

1. What was the team's major off-season issue that needed addressing?

Indiana State had to fix rebounding, the point guard position and overall toughness. All hurt ISU at its worst moments last season in an up-and-down season. Off the floor, the Indiana Statehouse approved a measure to renovate Hulman Center. Details (a percentage is covered by local funding) need to be ironed out, but it could be a huge boost.

2. Who was added to the roster for 2015-16 and how will the newcomers help?

Newcomers come in all forms: true freshmen, JUCOs, Division I transfers and even returning veterans.

JUCOs, who will be expected to help right away include PG Everett Clemens (6-1) and F Niels Buncschoten (6-9).

Clemens, who played at Vincennes, is a distributor first. He was a third-team All-American and averaged 9.6 ppg and 6.2 apg at VU.

Bunschoten, a native of the Netherlands, is a stretch forward. Bunschoten converted 45 percent of his 3-pointers at Howard College. In the scope of ISU's offense, he would approximate what R.J. Mahurin's role once was.

True freshmen include C Emondre Rickman (6-9) and F Bronson Kessinger (6-8). Rickman is a thin, athletic prospect from Collinsville, Ill.

Kessinger, recruited as Justin Gant's replacement, broke his leg in a January game in which he was taken out on a dunk attempt. He suffered the same injury as Kevin Ware did for Louisville in the 2013 tournament. Though his recovery is going well, his status is still unknown. He was ISU's top target for this class and much is anticipated from him once he's healthy.

A player who should help immediately is Citadel transfer Matt Van Scyoc. A 6-6 forward, Van Scyoc averaged 14.3 ppg and 5.3 ppg in 2014. He made 36.5 percent of his 3-point attempts and converted 80 percent of his free throws. Body-wise, Van Scyoc is similar to one-time Sycamore Matt Renn.

A veteran player ISU didn't have last season is forward Brandon Burnett. Expected to be ISU's sixth man, he missed the season after he suffered a foot injury in a car accident. He is a "newcomer" in a sort of sense. In the same vein, so is guard Laquarious Paige, who played three games a year ago before sitting out with various injuries.

3. Important departures?

Forward Alex Etherington and point guard Tre Bennett left the team in a postseason purge of sorts.

Of the two, Bennett was a bigger contributor, averaging 8 ppg and 3 apg. He was on the MVC All-Bench team.

Bennett did not establish rapport with coaches and some teammates and wasn't a good fit for ISU's system. He was a last-minute solution when Bryant McIntosh de-committed and went to Northwestern.

In the wake of ISU's horrific loss to Loyola at Arch Madness, Greg Lansing's mission was to establish buy-in and rid the roster of anyone who might jeopardize that. As of now, Bennett has not transferred anywhere.

Etherington never clicked as a Division I contributor. He transferred to Division II University of Indianapolis.

4. Is this team an MVC contender? Middle of the pack? Thursday contender?

Looking back, it's pretty remarkable that ISU finished third in the MVC given all that plagued it in 2015.

This team should be better, if in no other way than a unified purpose. On paper, it should be better on the boards (it could hardly be worse) and some players (like Devonte Brown) who played out of position should be able to return to duties that enhance their strengths.

ISU needs consistency from Khristian Smith, who was up-and-down last season. It also needs Brenton Scott to build on his Freshman of the Year campaign to improve his defense and decision-making.

ISU is not a threat to unseat WSU, but if all goes well, it can compete with Illinois State, Evansville, Northern Iowa, Loyola, et al, in the top half. Of course, if all goes wrong, the competition will punish any slip-up. High middle-of-the-pack is realistic.

5. What games highlight the non-conference schedule?

Nothing eye-popping, but nothing bad either. ISU plays in the Paradise Jam. It could play a good Tulsa team in the second round if it beats Norfolk State. ISU plays at Butler and hosts Wyoming in the Mountain West Challenge. It also plays at Western Kentucky in December.

ISU plays its usual nearby rivals (Ball State, IUPUI, Eastern Illinois) and has Valpo (at home) back on the schedule for the first time in a decade.

ISU is still trying to fill two more slots. A buy game is not out of the question.

Missouri State

By Lyndal Scranton, Springfield News-Leader

1. What was the team's major off-season issue that needed addressing?

Offense and depth. The Bears average only 59.7 points, failing to break 60 in 14 of 18 conference games. Due to departures and injuries, the team had only 7 scholarship players available down the stretch. The season ended in fitting fashion, a feckless 55-48 loss to Southern Illinois in the MVC tourney play-in round.

2. Who was added to the roster for 2015-16 and how will the newcomers help?

Paul Lusk went the juco route to seek immedciate help. Dequon Miller, a 5-11 guard from Motlow College in Tennessee, is expected to be given the keys to the offense. He averaged 19 points and 9.2 assists as a sophomore. His juco teammate, 6-6 wing Reggie Williams, is coming as a walk-on. Completing the Motlow trifecta is coach Matt Sligh, added to the MSU staff as a new assistant. Guard Kevin Baker from Pensacola College and 6-8, 235-pound post Jordan Martin of John A. Logan College both played high school basketball in St. Louis. Martin originally committed to Southern Illinois out of high school before landing at John A. Logan, where he averaged 7.9 points and 5.1 rebounds as a sophomore.

3. Important departures?

Marcus Marshall was a well-documented departure in mid-January after a beef with coach Paul Lusk. Marshall averaged 19.5 points in 14 games. He will transfer to Nevada and sit out a year before playing one. Gavin Thurman, a forward who averaged 6 points as a junior, is transferring back home to Wichita to play at DII Kansas Newman. Ron Mvouika missed all but two games last season with a back injury. He is transferring as a graduate student to play his final season at St. John’s. Missouri State gave him a chance to return and pay his own way, not wanting to risk a scholarship because of his iffy health.

4. Is this team an MVC contender? Middle of the pack? Thursday contender?

If the juco players, and Dequon Miller in particular, live up to their billing then this team should be no worse than a middle-of-the-pack bunch. If the jucos don’t make a major difference, this team will be destined for Thursday status at the MVC tourney – and that could leave Lusk’s future as coach much in doubt.

5. What games highlight the non-conference schedule?

What games highlight the non-conference schedule? Home vs. Tulsa. The Puerto Rico Tip Off tourney is loaded with the Bears joining Butler, Miami (Fla), Minnesota, Mississippi State, Temple, Texas Tech and Utah.

UNI

By Carson Tigges, Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier

1. What was the team's major off-season issue that needed addressing?

UNI needs to find a way to capitalize off its most acclaimed season in school history. Aside from recruiting, this won't exactly be addressed this offseason -- we'll know more a year or two down the road -- but the Panthers missed an opportunity after the Sweet 16 run in 2010. The decommitment of Doug McDermott had some to do with it, but not making another NCAA Tournament until 2020 would be disappointing. Overall, the program is as strong as it's ever been.

2. Who was added to the roster for 2015-16 and how will the newcomers help?

Incoming freshmen: Justin Dahl, Luke McDonnell, Spencer Haldeman, Lincoln Conrey (walk-on).

Incoming junior: Aarias Austin

UNI is losing its top three front court players, so Dahl and McDonnell can help there. McDonnell is more skilled but will need to gain some weight. Also, sophomore center Ted Friedman is coming off a redshirt season -- he started the first few games of his true freshman season in 2013. Haldeman is a combo guard and will most likely redshirt. Austin is a juco transfer and brings some good length and athleticism to the backcourt.

3. Important departures?

Five seniors including MVC Player of the Year Seth Tuttle, who had perhaps the best season of any UNI player ever. Deon Mitchell was a starter at point guard for most of his four years. Marvin Singleton and Nate Buss played their roles in the front court perfectly this past season.

4. Is this team an MVC contender? Middle of the pack? Thursday contender?

MVC contender, depending on whether Wichita State allows anyone else to be. I anticipate the Panthers to be picked second in the preseason poll with several upperclassmen returning.

5. What games highlight the non-conference schedule?

There has been heavy speculation that North Carolina will come to the McLeod Center. Marcus Paige is from Cedar Rapids and Roy Williams has a history of scheduling a "home" game for his players. The fact that it hasn't been made official yet is somewhat concertning, but if the Tar Heels do come to Cedar Falls, UNI will have a top-15 non-conerence strength of schedule.

Other key games include: home against Stephen F. Austin and Colorado State (MVC-MWC), on the road at New Mexico, neutral against Iowa State (Des Moines) and a solid field at the Diamond Head Classic.

Southern Illinois

By Todd Hefferman, Southern Illinoisan

1. What was the team's major off-season issue that needed addressing?

SIU's offseason problems extended off the court as much as on the court for the upcoming season. Frustrated donors and other fans lost confidence in the program's overall direction with the 12-21 season, just two losses off the school record despite an incredibly easy schedule. They showed some spirit as the Salukis finished somewhat strong the last eight games and won a game at the MVC tournament, but now are back questioning coach Barry Hinson's methods after five players departed. Hinson asked four of them to stay, and three of them, forward Jordan Caroline and guards Deion Lavender and Charles "Chaz" Glotta, basically chose to sit out a year rather than return to a team that might have had five returning starters. The Salukis needed to find a replacement for Caroline's inside presence, a solid point guard and a scoring presence to take away some of the pressure on Anthony Beane.

2. Who was added to the roster for 2015-16 and how will the newcomers help?

Hinson added a high-scoring junior college point guard and a prep school forward in April and signed Leo Vincent, a sophomore point guard at Harcum (Pa.) College near Philadelphia, on Tuesday. Vincent averaged 15.5 points per game and 4.2 assists per game, and was an honorable mention NJCAA All-American for a 28-4 squad. Mike Rodriguez was the eighth-leading scorer in the NJCAA (22.5 points per game) at Marshalltown (Iowa) Community College, and could help SIU turn around a season when it had just 274 assists and 423 turnovers. Rudolfs Stradnieks, a 6-9 prep school forward from Lee Academy in Maine, will team with redshirt freshman forward Austin Weiher, another prep school forward, to help the Salukis inside. SIU's coaches are also high on the other redshirt freshman, 6-4 guard Armon Fletcher, who could help the Salukis' shooting. He's got great length on defense but no Division I experience yet. Hinson has two scholarships left for the upcoming season.

3. Important departures?

Caroline was SIU's leading rebounder (6.2 per game), the team's second-leading scorer (9.2 points per game) and a member of the MVC All-Freshman Team. Lavender wasn't a big scorer but played a big role in diverting some defensive attention from Beane. Senior-to-be guard Jalen Pendleton appeared to be the team's best candidate as an on-court leader, but he decided to go elsewhere in search of guaranteed playing time. SIU's other departures were seldom-used guards K.C. Goodwin, Glotta and associate head coach Tom Hankins, who accepted the head coaching job at Division II Central Oklahoma near his native Tulsa. Caroline signed with Nevada, Lavender signed with UAB, and Glotta went to Northern Colorado. Pendleton signed with Division II Minnesota State, and Goodwin signed with Division II Union (Tennessee) University.

4. Is this team an MVC contender? Middle of the pack? Thursday contender?

Is this team an MVC contender? Middle of the pack? Thursday contender? The Salukis have a lot of question marks, but one of them is not their expected slot in the Thursday night four-some. They will be hard-pressed to avoid it even if Beane and forward Sean O'Brien have first team all-conference seasons.

5. What games highlight the non-conference schedule?

What games highlight the non-conference schedule? SIU has not announced their multi-team event, and they have a lot of slots to fill still. As of today, SIU-Edwardsville is coming to SIU Arena, as are Kent State, Southeast Missouri State and Air Force through the Mountain West-Missouri Valley Conference Challenge. The road game at Murray State is probably their best opponent right now, but they are looking at a buy game and should have at least one BCS team in their MTE.

Wichita State

By Paul Suellentrop, Wichita Eagle

1. What was the team's major off-season issue that needed addressing?

The Shockers needed to add a big man to the rotation to replace Darius Carter. Returning big men such as Shaq Morris, Bush Wamukota and Rashard Kelly had good moments, but aren't sure things. WSU landed Cleveland State transfer Anton Grady, an All-Horizon League pick in 2015, and he is eligible immediately. He should give WSU an experienced player who can contribute during his one season of eligibility.

2. Who was added to the roster for 2015-16 and how will the newcomers help?

WSU's top addition is sophomore guard Conner Frankamp, a transfer from Kansas. He becomes eligible on Dec. 12 and should give the Shockers a boost with his shooting and experience. Frankamp, a Wichitan, practiced with WSU during the spring semester and can both play guard spots. WSU can also use depth at point guard. Incoming freshmen Landry Shamet and Tyrone Taylor will try to learn more quickly under seniors Fred VanVleet and Ron Baker than previous candidates. WSU added forwards Markis McDuffie and Eric Hamilton for depth on the wing. Shamet is ranked No. 88 on Rivals.com national list. McDuffie is No. 93 on ESPN's top 100.

3. Important departures?

Guard Tekele Cotton, a two-time MVC Defensive Player of the Year, is gone and WSU must develop a lockdown defender. Sophomore Zach Brown is the top candidate and his play in March was encouraging. The Shockers will miss Carter's scoring and rebounding. For much of the season, he was WSU's lone inside scoring threat. He scored 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds against Notre Dame in the NCAA Tournament and WSU can't be sure if it possesses a player capable of a similar effort.

Much of the relief of WSU fans, Baker and VanVleet decided to return after weighing their options to turn professional and skip their senior seasons.

WSU coach Gregg Marshall, who weighed an offer from Alabama, is back and must replace another assistant coach. Steve Forbes took the head coaching position at East Tennessee State after two seasons at WSU.

4. Is this team an MVC contender? Middle of the pack? Thursday contender?

The Shockers will start the season as the MVC favorite. VanVleet and Baker are used to winning MVC titles and their goals will also include another deep run into the NCAA Tournament.

5. What games highlight the non-conference schedule?

The Shockers play Utah at Intrust Bank Arena and face UNLV at Koch Arena. It travels to Seton Hall, Tulsa and Saint Louis. The Orlando Classic features Alabama, Dayton, Iowa, Southern Cal, Notre Dame, Xavier and Monmouth.

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