Ivy League RUMORS & NEWS

  • Columbia graduate transfer Grant Mullins commits to Cal

    SI "Columbia graduate transfer Grant Mullins has committed to California, ESPN's Jeff Borzello reports. Mullins averaged 13.1 points and shot 43.1% from three-point range last season for the Lions. The 6-foot-3 sharpshooter will have one season of eligibility at Cal, which he can use immediately..." April 28

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    Dartmouth is expected to hire Northeastern assistant Dave McLaughlin, sources told ESPN.

  • Cornell hires Princeton associate head coach Brian Earl as head coach

    Mid Major Madness "Cornell has hired Princeton associate head coach Brian Earl to be its next head man. Earl has been with the Tigers for nine seasons, including a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2011. The new Big Red head coach was the player of the year in the IVY League in 1999, and was the top 3-point shooter..." April 19

  • Jim Engles leaving NJIT, takes over at Columbia

    New York Daily News "There is a new leader inside Levien Gymnasium at Columbia. Two days after Columbia University men's basketball coach Kyle Smith resigned in order to become the head coach at San Francisco, the Lions hired Jim Engles from NJIT, getting the coach to hop across the Hudson, according to multiple..." April 01

  • Harvard's Patrick Steeves to transfer

    The Score "Harvard guard Patrick Steeves is leaving the program and will transfer to another school for the 2016-17 campaign. Steeves wasn't sure he wanted to leave Harvard, but started considering it in December following a tournament. "The time when I got a feel for whether that would be possible was..." March 24

  • Duke survives Yale again

    The Sports Xchange "PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Duke already knew what Yale was capable of before Saturday's game. Earlier this season, the Bulldogs stormed into Cameron Indoor Stadium and put up a fight against the Blue Devils before coming up short. It was more of the same this time around. Yale fell..." March 19

  • Virginia Tech 86, Princeton 81 (OT)

    The Sports Xchange "Zach LeDay had a career-high 29 points and 11 rebounds, helping Virginia Tech beat visiting Princeton 86-81 in overtime Wednesday in the opening round of the National Invitation Tournament at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Va. Jalen Hudson had 28 points and eight rebounds for third-seeded..." March 16

  • Cornell fires head coach Bill Courtney

    The Score "Cornell has fired head coach Bill Courtney after a dismal 10-18 record this season, according to ESPN's Jeff Goodman. Despite finishing the season with a win, it was against last-place Brown. Prior to that, the Big Red scratched and clawed to the finish line, losing their previous nine..." March 14

  • Jack Montague expelled after Yale sex-misconduct investigation

    CNN "The captain of the Yale men's basketball team was expelled from the Ivy League school after facing a university-led investigation into a sexual misconduct allegation, a source told CNN on Thursday. CNN has learned from a source close to Jack Montague that, according to Montague, he had a..." March 11

  • Cornell basketball player arrested on rape, sexual assault charges

    New York Daily News "A Cornell basketball player was arrested Sunday on rape and sexual assault charges, according to campus police. Xavier Eaglin, a 19-year-old freshman, was charged with four Class B felonies — including first-degree rape and three counts of first-degree sexual assault — and the Class A..." March 09

  • Does Yale Basketball Have a Sexual Assault Scandal on its Hands?

    The Big Lead "Last month, Yale basketball captain Jack Montague abruptly left the team. His departure was shrouded in mystery, but a tipster told us to check with police about a possible sexual assault. We were able to turn up nothing earlier this week. Montague last played for the Bulldogs on Feb. 6..." March 03

  • Former Pennsylvania star Tony Hicks will transfer to Louisville

    Card Chronicle "It appears Rick Pitino is enjoying life with 5th year transfers so much that he intends to go down the same road in 2016-17. Card Chronicle has learned that Tony Hicks, a 6'2 guard who was Pennsylvania's leading scorer in each of the past two seasons, plans to transfer to Louisville to play his..." January 06

  • Leading scorer Tony Hicks will not play senior year at Penn

    CSN Philly "Exactly two weeks before college basketball season tips off, the Big 5 got its first big surprise. Late Friday afternoon, first-year Penn men’s basketball coach Steve Donahue announced that senior guard Tony Hicks has made the decision to not play for the Quakers this season. “Tony and I..." November 01

  • Patrick School guard Bryce Aiken commits to Harvard

    NewJersey.com "Bryce Aiken is proud to carry on the Patrick School/St. Patrick legacy, wearing the same uniform as some of the best players to ever take the court in the Garden State like NBA players Kyrie Irving, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Al Harrington. But that doesn't mean he isn't ready to build a legacy..." October 09

  • Harvard point guard Siyani Chambers out for the season with torn ACL

    College Basketball Talk "Harvard senior point guard Siyani Chambers is taking a voluntary leave of absence and will be out for the 2015-16 season after tearing his ACL in workouts, according to a release. Chambers has to leave school for the year because of Ivy League rules against athletic redshirts and will look to..." September 02

  • Four-star SF Seth Towns commits to Harvard over Ohio State, others

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Talk with Seth Towns for five minutes and you get the sense that he's a little different. Yes, he's a high-level basketball prospect in the 2016 recruiting class, one sought after by Ohio State, Michigan, UCLA and others. But he's also a mathlete, a big Harry Potter fan and an aspiring..." June 16

  • Nevada lands Brown transfer Leland King

    The Score "Leland King has found a new home. Nevada has added the former Brown forward to the Wolfpack. King will sit out the 2015-16 season because of NCAA transfer rules." May 24

  • Reports: Brown transfer Rafael Maia commits to Pitt

    SI "Forward Rafael Maia has committed to Pittsburgh, according to reports. Maia, a native of Sao Paulo, Brazil, played his last three seasons at Brown after being ruled ineligible in 2011-12. " May 04

  • Dartmouth transfer Alex Mitola is heading to George Washington

    College Basketball Talk "George Washington has added a shooter for the 2015-16 season, as Dartmouth transfer Alex Mitola has committed to the program, a source confirmed to NBCSports.com. Mitola averaged double-figures all three years he played for the Big Green, posting 12.4 points while shooting 36.6 percent from..." April 22

  • Cornell transfer Shonn Miller picks UConn

    CBS Sports "Cornell transfer Shonn Miller has committed to Connecticut. Since Miller graduated, he is eligible to play next season." April 19

  • Harvard's Siyani Chambers familiar with North Carolina foe

    Boston Herald "Harvard point guard Siyani Chambers has a history with his North Carolina counterpart that predates college basketball. Chambers and UNC’s Marcus Paige will renew an old rivalry when the No. 4 Tar Heels (24-11) face the No. 13 Crimson (22-7) in tonight’s second round of the NCAA Tournament West..." March 19

  • Sources: Steve Donahue to become Penn coach

    Philly.com "Penn is set to announce that Steve Donahue will become the next head basketball coach, sources told the Daily News. A former Quakers assistant on the some of the best teams in school history before going on to be the head coach at Cornell and Boston College, Donahue, a Delaware County native who..." March 16

  • Leland King, Brown’s leading scorer, leaving hoop team

    Providence Journal "Brown sophomore forward Leland King has decided to leave the men’s basketball program for personal reasons, according to Bears basketball coach Mike Martin. “Leland has been a valuable member of the Brown basketball program for the last year-and-a half and will be missed by his teammates and..." January 30

  • Harvard lands commitment from 2016 big man and son of former Pro Bowler

    College Basketball Talk "Harvard landed a very nice commitment to its 2016 class on Sunday as four-star big man Chris Lewis committed to the Crimson. The commitment of Lewis was first reported by Rivals.com‘s Eric Bossi. The 6-foot-8, 230-pound Lewis is a native of Alpharetta, Georgia and the son of former New York..." January 19

  • BYU, Oklahoma among eight teams to participate in 2015 Diamond Head Classic

    College Basketball Talk "With the 2014 Diamond Head Classic set to tip off in Honolulu on Monday, the eight-team field for next year’s event was announced on Sunday. Joining host Hawaii are Auburn, BYU, Harvard, New Mexico, Northern Iowa, Oklahoma and Washington State. Of the teams in the field four, BYU, Harvard, New..." December 23

  • Yale forward Matt Townsend named a Rhodes Scholar

    College Basketball Talk "Yale senior forward Matt Townsend missed the team’s last two games while he was in New York interviewing for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship this weekend. There was plenty of good news to go around for the Bulldogs on Sunday, however, as the team went 2-0 without their senior forward and..." November 24

  • Columbia F Alex Rosenberg will miss 2014-15 season

    CBS Sports "Columbia University received bad news today, as forward Alex Rosenberg will miss the 2014-15 season after suffering a Jones fracture in his foot on October 24. Rosenberg, who was the Lions' leading scorer last season in their first postseason bid since 1968, has withdrawn from school seemingly..." November 05

  • Leading scorer Rosenberg to miss significant time with fractured foot

    Columbia Spectator "Though the season-opening tipoff is still more than two weeks away, the men’s basketball team has already suffered a serious blow. The athletic department confirmed that senior forward Alex Rosenberg, one of the Lions' leading scoreres, sustained a Jones fracture in his right foot during..." October 28

  • Harvard lands commitment from 6-foot-7 small forward

    College Basketball Talk "Of the seven seniors on the Harvard roster for the upcoming season four spend time at either the small or power forward position, led by Wesley Saunders, Jonah Travis and Steve Moundou-Missi. With this being the case adding a small forward in the Class of 2015 was something that would benefit head..." September 26

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 08

  • Cal Men's Basketball Lands Cornell Transfer

    California Golden Blogs "6'6 SF Dwight Tarwater has been accepted to Cal for grad school and will be eligible immediately. Named Div-IIA Mr. Basketball when playing for Webb High school, Tarwater played sparing during his first three years at Cornell. As a senior co-captain, he posted a career high in points (7.1ppg)..." July 16

  • Yale’s Brandon Sherrod to join prestigious a cappella group, will miss 2014-15 season

    College Basketball Talk "Given the amount of talent due back for the 2014-15 season, Yale is seen by some as the biggest threat to Harvard’s current reign as the class of the Ivy League. One of those players returning was supposed to be forward Brandon Sherrod, who averaged 6.8 points and 4.3 rebounds per game in..." May 14

  • Cornell transfer Nolan Cressler commits to Vanderbilt

    College Basketball Talk "Vanderbilt picked up a transfer commitment on Monday night as Cornell sophomore guard Nolan Cressler opted to make the move to the SEC, he announced on Twitter. The 6-foot-4 Cressler was an honorable mention All-Ivy League performer during the 2013-14 season and averaged 16.8 points, 4.2..." April 14

  • Penn freshman Tony Bagtas arrested for string of burglaries

    The Daily Pennsylvanian "College freshman Anthony Bagtas, facing charges for allegedly burglarizing the Quad on March 22, has been charged with another seven burglaries that same day and two burglaries earlier this school year — one in September and one in January. Bagtas was a member of the men’s basketball team, but was..." April 14

  • Tommy Amaker: ‘I am where I want to be’

    Boston Globe "As has been his custom after each season, Tommy Amaker met with the media Monday at Harvard’s Murr Center to discuss the Crimson’s campaign. But Amaker also addressed his decision to return to the Ivy League school after he surfaced as a potential candidate for the job vacancy at Boston..." April 03

  • Harvard not rebuilding

    Boston Herald "The Harvard men’s basketball program will be in a good place next season regardless of any changes that take place. The greatest season in Crimson history (27-5) ended in a hard-fought loss to perennial power Michigan State in the third round of the NCAA tournament at Spokane Veterans Memorial..." March 24

  • Michigan State survives Harvard 80-73 to reach Sweet 16

    Michigan Live "That Jud Heathcote is on to something -- he really may be Michigan State's lucky charm in the confines of eastern Washington. The No. 4 seed Spartans beat No. 12 seed Harvard 80-73 Saturday in the third round of the NCAA tournament, advancing to their sixth Sweet 16 in the past seven..." March 23

  • Harvard wants to 'make a statement' in NCAAs

    USA Today "There was a celebration. At the final buzzer, Siyani Chambers leaped into the arms of teammate Brandyn Curry. And Kyle Casey described the moment — Harvard 61, Cincinnati 57 — as "pure ecstasy." But an instant later, there was consolation. Casey and Chambers were kneeling beside an opponent,..." March 21

  • Observations: Manhattan's Masiello brilliant in NCAA debut despite loss

    CBS Sports "1. Steve Masiello was the breakout star on Thursday. And it wasn't even close. Manhattan's third-year head coach nearly pitched the perfect game and came up just short. The Jaspers outplayed Louisville for 38 minutes and nearly upset the defending national champions before falling by seven...." March 21

  • Harvard defeats Cincinnati 61-57 in its NCAA opener

    Boston Globe "Mick Cronin hadn’t seen much of Harvard. The Cincinnati coach had spent his season up to his eyeballs in college basketball powerhouses. If it wasn’t Louisville, it was Connecticut or Memphis. The Crimson didn’t pop on his radar until the NCAA Selection Committee made them Cincinnati’s March..." March 20

  • Crimson confident: Harvard now known tourney commodity

    Boston Herald "Harvard has outgrown the chic label in the NCAA basketball brackets despite being picked to advance by President Obama. The No. 12-seeded Crimson (28-4) were all business during practice yesterday as they prepared to engage the No. 5 Cincinnati Bearcats (27-6) in the second round of the NCAA..." March 20

  • Casey relishing this tourney time

    Boston Herald "For about 45 minutes Sunday night, Kyle Casey was tense. Seated with his hands folded in his lap atop shaky knees, Casey watched the NCAA tournament selection show with the rest of his Harvard teammates. The 6-foot-7 forward’s eye were fixated on the television mounted on the wall and he grew..." March 19

  • Harvard’s Laurent Rivard long on talent and guts

    Boston Globe "From the time they met, John Carroll was trying to explain his affinity for the 3-point shot to Laurent Rivard. In Carroll’s playing days, he never quite understood it. The paint always seemed like a moshpit — all the fighting for rebounds, muscling up shots, ugly collisions at the rim, turf..." March 19

  • Harvard’s Tommy Amaker is BC’s leading candidate

    Boston Globe "Tommy Amaker appears to be at the top of a very short list of candidates to replace Steve Donahue as BC basketball coach. Some others: A look at him and some others who could be on BC’s list: Tommy Amaker, Harvard - Would bring an ACC pedigree. He played for and coached alongside Hall of..." March 19

  • Harvard Readies for No. 5 Cincinnati in NCAA Tournament Second Round

    GoCrimson.com "The Storyline The Harvard men's basketball team received a 12 seed in the upcoming NCAA tournament and will face 5th-seeded Cincinnati in the second round Thursday, March 20 at 2:10 p.m. The game will be televised live on TNT from the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena in Spokane, Wash. Harvard,..." March 19

  • UC opponent Harvard a 'trendy pick'

    Cincinnati Enquirer "Harvard basketball coach Tommy Amaker knows that the TV talking heads have their pots to stir. Amaker thus is unaffected by predictions that his team will upset Cincinnati in the NCAA tournament. Harvard is a No. 12 seed and UC a No. 5 seed for their second-round game Thursday (2:10 p.m.) in..." March 19

  • Harvard's Laurent Rivard shoots straight

    Boston Herald "First impressions aren’t everything when it comes to Harvard sharpshooter Laurent Rivard. If they were, then Rivard might not be thought of as maybe the greatest shooter in the history of the men’s basketball program. Rivard arrived on campus as a freshman recruited to shoot the ball, and shoot..." March 11

  • Harvard clinches Ivy League, earns NCAA tourney bid for third year in a row

    Boston Herald "Being the first one through the door before the band has tuned a single instrument and well before the punch has had a chance to get spiked is not the preferred way to enter a social gathering. Not for this kind of party, though. Harvard clinched the first automatic bid for the NCAA..." March 08

  • SJU 1st, Stony Brook 3rd in hoops poll

    Newsday "If this week’s poll looks identical to last week’s, there’s a good reason to think that. Manhattan changed places with Quinnipiac and St. Francis swapped positions with Columbia. The rest of the teams all remained the same. 1. St. John’s (19-11) 2. Iona (20-9) 3. Stony Brook (21-9) 4...." March 04

  • Bray, Weisz Sweep Ivy Men's Hoops Weekly Awards

    GoPrincetonTigers.com "T.J. Bray and Spencer Weisz helped Princeton to a sweep of the final home Ivy weekend and have been recognized by the Ivy League office as the Player and Rookie of the Week for men's basketball. It's the third Ivy Player of the Week award for Bray this season and the fourth of his career. For..." March 04

  • Allen shoulders the blame as Penn falls to Brown

    Philly.com "TONY HICKS took a huge hack at Brown's Steven Spieth with 1:31 remaining to send him to the line. Penn's sophomore guard was frustrated, and reasonably so. The Quakers let another game get out of hand, as they fell to Brown, 76-67, at the Palestra. Hicks did all he could possibly do to keep..." March 01

  • Harvard enjoys this senior moment

    Boston Herald "The Harvard senior class that contributed to three straight Ivy League titles did its part last night to put the Crimson within one game of a fourth. Brandyn Curry, Kyle Casey and Laurent Rivard scored a combined 28 points in reduced minutes to pace Harvard to a 72-47 obliteration of Cornell on..." March 01

  • Local college rankings: Iona passes St. John’s for top spot

    New York Post "Two straight losses may have knocked St. John’s from the top spot, but Iona’s 11 consecutive wins more than validate its ascension. (Last week’s rankings in parentheses) 1. Iona (2) Record: 19-8, 16-2 Up next: Friday (7 p.m.) at Manhattan After two straight NCAA Tournament..." February 28

  • Coaches talk a good game to boost bid

    Boston Herald "A Division 1 men’s basketball coach’s campaign for his team to be included in the NCAA tournament has become nearly as much of a rite of passage as conference tournaments and Selection Sunday. It’s a chance to stand on a soap box and tout the accomplishments of said team or conference as it..." February 24

  • Princeton's Clement, Koon to Miss Remainder of Season Due to Injury

    GoPrincetonTigers.com "Senior Chris Clement and junior Denton Koon will miss the rest of the season due to knee injuries, the Princeton men’s basketball program has announced. Clement finishes his Princeton career with 66 games played over his four seasons, scoring 51 points apiece in each of the last two seasons as..." February 22

  • Princeton Hoops Picks Up 67-57 Win over Dartmouth

    GoPrincetonTigers.com "Princeton scored 14 straight points over five-plus minutes bridging halftime to pull away from Dartmouth and get a 67-57 win Friday night in Jadwin Gym. Once Princeton gained a 17-point lead at the end of that run, the Big Green got no closer than eight points the rest of the way. With a..." February 22

  • Crimson stay atop Ivy ladder

    Boston Herald "Steve Moundou-Missi led a balanced attack with 14 points and Siyani Chambers dished out 10 assists to go with nine points as Harvard beat Penn, 83-63, last night in Philadelphia. The win keeps the Crimson (21-4, 8-1) tied atop the Ivy League standings with Yale, an 82-65 winner at Cornell. Yale..." February 22

  • Might Harvard be shut out of Ivy POY race?

    College Basketball Talk "The race for the Ivy League title will likely not be decided until the March’s first weekend, when Yale travels north on I-90 to face Harvard, so while there are still a handful of games to be played, it is interesting to speculate which Ivy players are in the lead for the league’s player the year..." February 22

  • Red Storm still No. 1 in Metro Poll

    Newsday "St. John’s is still on top in the poll after crushing Georgetown and edging Seton Hall last week. Iona maintained its hold on the second spot after wins over St. Peter’s and Monmouth last week and Stony Brook remains at No. 3 after a solid win over UMass-Lowell. Quinnipiac made a huge jump,..." February 20

  • Clark, Harvard handle Columbia

    Boston Herald "Harvard’s defense, rebounding and 3-point shooting overwhelmed Columbia, 99-64, last night in women’s basketball action at Lavietes Pavilion. The Crimson were led by senior guard Christine Clark with 21 points, while sophomore forward AnnMarie Healy registered her first double-double with 17..." February 15

  • Local college rankings: St. John’s and Iona neck and neck

    New York Post "The St. John’s-Iona tug of war continues. Though the Gaels are making an impressive run through the MAAC, having won eight straight games, the Red Storm will retain the top spot until their incredible stretch concludes. (Last week’s rankings in parentheses) 1. St. John’s (1) Record: 16-9,..." February 14

  • Philly teams on outside, looking in

    Philly.com "Even with Selection Sunday five weeks away, there's never a bad time to check two popular mock brackets to see where our locals stand. Sadly, unless someone in the group makes a spectacular run through a conference tournament (or in Penn's case, sweep the Ivy League and hope for Harvard to fall),..." February 08

  • Lack of discipline is Penn basketball's biggest problem

    Philly.com "I was in Boston last weekend for Princeton-Harvard and Penn-Harvard. We already knew that the Crimson are the Ivy League's best team, but the gap between them and the rest of the conference seemed massive on Friday and Saturday. It's not just because of the quality of Tommy Amaker's players...." February 07

  • Crimson hang on for win over Princeton

    Boston Herald "Harvard took care of the opening leg of its first full Ivy League men’s basketball weekend with an 82-76 victory over Princeton last night at Lavietes Pavilion. But it didn’t come without angst. The Tigers cut a 15-point lead to four with less than a minute remaining. Harvard forward Kyle..." February 01

  • Harvard's Kenyatta Smith out for season with broken bone in foot

    CBS Sports "Harvard's Kenyatta Smith missed the first 17 games of the season with a right foot injury, but made his first appearance on Sunday at Dartmouth. Then in practice on Monday, Smith broke a bone in the same foot. He will miss the rest of the season, the school announced on Friday. Smith, a..." February 01

  • Harvard's Kenyatta Smith out for season with broken bone in foot

    CBS Sports "Harvard's Kenyatta Smith missed the first 17 games of the season with a right foot injury, but made his first appearance on Sunday at Dartmouth. Then in practice on Monday, Smith broke a bone in the same foot. He will miss the rest of the season, the school announced on Friday. Smith, a..." January 31

  • Kenyatta Smith aims for good health at Harvard

    Boston Herald "Tommy Amaker had a vision of a frontcourt constructed around Kenyatta Smith while the Harvard head coach was buried inside his bunker — or office — planning for the season. Then Smith went down a week before the first game of the year with a broken bone in his left foot. Three months later, the..." January 29

  • Harry Gamble was one of the good guys

    Philly.com "On one side was the owner of the Eagles, a car salesman and self-made multimillionaire who owned a villa in France, Norman Braman, dubbed Bottom Line Braman for his penchant to, in the words of disgruntled Iggles fans, throw around nickels like they were manhole covers. On the other side was..." January 29

  • Penn victorious over NJIT

    Philly.com "Penn took to the floor of the Palestra on Saturday looking to wash away the bitter aftertaste of last weekend's blowout loss to St. Joseph's. A visit from lowly NJIT was just the tonic. The Quakers jumped out to a 7-0 lead in the first two minutes and were scarcely troubled after that,..." January 28

  • Harvard goes cold in Florida

    Boston Herald "Marquan Botley hit six of his team’s eight 3-pointers and scored a career-high 23 points as Florida Atlantic beat Harvard, 68-53, in men’s basketball in Boca Raton, Fla. The Owls (7-12) drained 8-of-15 3-pointers. The Crimson (14-3) picked a good night to escape the storm at home, but were held..." January 23

  • Craig Robinson says he'd 'have to consider' Princeton AD offer if no longer with Beavers

    Oregonian "Craig Robinson remains committed to completing his much-discussed "plan." He still hopes to guide the Beavers to their first NCAA Tournament berth since the Gary Payton glory days. He still aims to finish his Oregon State contract, which at the start of the season stood to earn him $5.2 million..." January 22

  • St. John’s rewind: Dominant second half ends losing streak

    New York Post "The losing streak ended Saturday night with a dominant second half performance. St. John’s got 16 points from Phil Greene IV and a fine all-around effort from Orlando Sanchez, eight points, 10 rebounds and four blocks, in its 69-55 victory over Dartmouth, the Red Storm’s first win in 22..." January 21

  • St. Joseph's routs Penn, 85-68

    Philly.com "By the time St. Joseph's and Penn took their turn on the Palestra's center stage Saturday night, the studio crew that had occupied courtside earlier in the day had long since packed up and hit the road. Forget national television. The Hawks' 85-68 win over the Quakers wasn't televised..." January 19

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