College Bowl Predictions 2019: Virginia and Kansas State Get Big Wins

Kansas State surges to the Camping World Bowl in our latest bowl predictions

Kansas State took down Oklahoma, putting a dent in Big 12 playoff hopes (Photo by Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire)

This year’s college bowl matchups will be announced this Sunday, December 8. Our 2019 college bowl predictions in this post cover every single one.

There are 39 bowl games involving FBS teams in 2019, not counting the national title game. The bowls take place from December 20, 2019 until the national championship game is played on January 13. Seventy-eight different FBS teams will play.

As a result, it would take a miracle to predict all the 2019 bowl matchups correctly, but we’ll do our best. These are our updated bowl predictions as of the week of December 2, 2019.

How We Make 2019 College Bowl Predictions

Making college bowl predictions is difficult for a variety of reasons, particularly as you move further away from the top games. That’s because:

  • Different conferences have different tie-ins and rules. Some are very structured, while others do not have any explicit rules for the ordering of teams to certain bowls.
  • Not every conference has enough bowl-eligible teams to fill its allotments, opening up questions about which teams can and will be selected to replace those openings.

With the regular season now done, we no longer have to rely on our college football projected standings, with the exception of conference championship game outcomes. We still apply our subjective knowledge of the rules, the conference tie-ins, and the Selection Committee’s tendencies, making the necessary judgment calls along the way.

This year, 79 teams achieved bowl eligibility. Meaning one team that is eligible will be left behind. The most likely candidates are 6-6 teams from the Mid-American Conference or Conference USA. Each of those conferences has eight bowl-eligible teams but fewer bowl tie-ins than that.

2019 College Football Playoff and BCS Bowl Predictions

Here are our projected matchups for the Playoff games (Chick-Fil-A and Fiesta) as well as the other BCS Bowls. The rules for selection into the other BCS bowl games are:

  • The Rose Bowl selects the top Pac-12 and Big Ten teams not selected for the playoff.
  • The Sugar Bowl gets the next Big 12 and SEC teams not to make the playoff.
  • The Orange takes the next best ACC team not selected, versus the highest ranked remaining team from the Big Ten, SEC, or Notre Dame.
  • The top Group of Five team gets an automatic berth into the Cotton Bowl, against a wildcard team from any conference.
Bowl GameDateTeamConferenceTeamConference
FiestaDecember 28, 2019Ohio StateCFB Playoff (Big Ten)GeorgiaCFB Playoff (SEC)
Chick-Fil-ADecember 28, 2019ClemsonCFB Playoff (ACC)LSUCFB Playoff (SEC)
SugarJanuary 1, 2020OklahomaBig 12AlabamaSEC
RoseJanuary 1, 2020WisconsinBig 10UtahPac-12
OrangeDecember 30, 2019VirginiaACCPenn StateBig 10
CottonDecember 28, 2019BaylorAt LargeMemphisGroup of Five

Georgia continues to hold on for the final playoff spot in our projections. See our full playoff forecast in our CFB Playoff Predictions Outlook post. Clemson, Ohio State, and LSU are favorites, but the last spot is wide open.

The decision on that last spot will have a big trickle down effect on the remaining BCS Bowls. A Big 12 team making the playoff, for example, moves the runner-up into the Sugar Bowl. If Utah makes the playoff, Oregon would go to the Rose Bowl. The race for the other Orange Bowl spot will also be tight, as any of Penn State, Alabama, Florida, Auburn, Minnesota, or Notre Dame could go there based on the final rankings.

Predictions For All Other 2019 Bowl Matchups

Here are the predictions for all remaining matchups. Replacement teams (because another conference could not meet all of their slots) are designated with a + sign.

Bowl GameDateTeamConferenceTeamConference
FriscoDecember 20, 2019TulaneAmericanFlorida InternationalCUSA
BahamasDecember 20, 2019CharlotteC-USABuffaloMAC
New OrleansDecember 21, 2019La TechC-USAAppalachian StateSun Belt
Las VegasDecember 21, 2019Boise StateMWCCaliforniaPac-12
CamelliaDecember 21, 2019Kent StateMACArkansas StateSun Belt
Boca RatonDecember 21, 2019TempleAmericanCentral MichiganMAC
CureDecember 21, 2019LibertyIndependent (American)Georgia StateSun Belt
New MexicoDecember 21, 2019MarshallC-USASan Diego StateMWC
CelebrationDecember 21, 2019North Carolina A&TMEACAlcorn StSWAC
GasparillaDecember 23, 2019Central FloridaAmericanFlorida AtlanticC-USA
HawaiiDecember 24, 2019HawaiiMWCBYUIndependent
Quick LaneDecember 26, 2019Miami ACC/NDWestern Michigan MAC (Big 10)
IndependenceDecember 26, 2019Florida StateACC/NDWestern KentuckyCUSA (SEC)
Cheez-ItDecember 27, 2019Utah State+MWC (Big 12)Washington StatePac-12
HolidayDecember 27, 2019MichiganBig 10OregonPac-12
TexasDecember 27, 2019Iowa StateBig 12Texas A&MSEC
PinstripeDecember 27, 2019Boston CollegeACC/NDIllinoisBig 10 
MilitaryDecember 27, 2019North Carolina ACC/NDNavyAmerican
Camping WorldDecember 28, 2019Notre DameACC/NDKansas StateBig 12
RedboxDecember 30, 2019IndianaBig 10Arizona StatePac-12
Music CityDecember 30, 2019LouisvilleACC Mississippi StSEC
First ResponderDecember 30, 2019Eastern MichiganMAC (B10)Southern MissCUSA
AlamoDecember 31, 2019Oklahoma StateBig 12USCPac-12
ArizonaDecember 31, 2019WyomingMWCLouisianaSun Belt
LibertyDecember 31, 2019TexasBig 12SMU+American (SEC)
SunDecember 31, 2019PittsburghACC/NDWashingtonPac-12
BelkDecember 31, 2019Wake ForestACC/NDKentuckySEC
CitrusJanuary 1, 2020Iowa Big 10Florida SEC
OutbackJanuary 1, 2020MinnesotaBig 10AuburnSEC
GatorJanuary 2, 2020Virginia TechACC TennesseeSEC
BirminghamJanuary 2, 2020CincinnatiAmericanUABSEC
Famous Idaho PotatoJanuary 3, 2020OhioMACNevadaMWC
Armed ForcesJanuary 4, 2020Michigan StateB10Air ForceMWC
Mobile AlabamaJanuary 6, 2020Miami-OHMACGeorgia SouthernSun Belt

Here are some notable changes and observations since last week:

  • TCU dropped out of the predictions as they lost at home to West Virginia, failing to get bowl eligibility. They were the only team projected with a greater than 50% chance of getting to six wins last week that failed to do so.
  • Kent State and Boston College both won in upsets to get their sixth win and move into the bowl predictions.
  • Toledo is the bowl-eligible team we are projecting out, though Ohio, Kent State, and Eastern Michigan are also 6-6 out of the MAC. Toledo is the lowest-rated 6-6 team in our predictive ratings at No. 114. Add in that they lost their final three games and five of their last seven, and have participated in more bowl games recently than the other MAC options, and that is why we project them as most likely to remain home.
  • Virginia likely locked up the ACC slot to the Orange Bowl with a win. The Orange Bowl decision on the other team will have a ripple effect on several conferences. With Penn State in our latest projection to the Orange, an ACC team (Virginia Tech) now moves to the Gator Bowl, and SEC teams are better able to fill some other bowl slots.
  • Kansas State’s win over Iowa State changes up the Big 12 predictions, and Kansas State is now predicted to go to the Camping World Bowl, with Iowa State dropping to the Texas Bowl.

Bowl Projections, Week of November 25:

How Many Teams Will Be Bowl Eligible from Each Conference?

With 78 spots to fill, there’s always the question of whether there will be enough eligible teams. To be eligible, a team must have at least as many wins as losses, and can use no more than one victory over a FCS team toward that total. Here is a summary of how many teams are already eligible. It also lists the total combined odds for all other teams in that conference of getting to bowl eligibility (“Potentially Eligible”).

ConferenceBowl EligiblePotentially EligibleTotal Estimated
American70.07.0
ACC81.19.1
Big 1260.96.9
Big Ten81.29.2
C - USA80.08.0
Independent21.03.0
MAC61.37.3
MWC70.07.0
Pac 1270.17.1
SEC 80.78.7
Sun Belt50.25.2
TOTAL726.578.5

Seventy-two teams meet the bowl eligibility requirements after last week’s games, with the most improbable new member being Florida International, who stunned Miami to get their sixth win. We project that on average 6.5 more teams will reach bowl eligibility, which would mean on average, there are just enough bowl eligible teams to fill all the slots. But upsets either way could easily change that.

2019 College Football Playoff and BCS Bowl Predictions

Here are our projected matchups for the Playoff games (Chick-Fil-A and Fiesta) as well as the other BCS Bowls. The rules for selection into the other BCS bowl games are:

  • The Rose Bowl selects the top Pac-12 and Big Ten teams not selected for the playoff.
  • The Sugar Bowl gets the next Big 12 and SEC teams not to make the playoff.
  • The Orange takes the next best ACC team not selected, versus the highest ranked remaining team from the Big Ten, SEC, or Notre Dame.
  • The top Group of Five team gets an automatic berth into the Cotton Bowl, against a wildcard team from any conference.
Bowl GameDateTeamConferenceTeamConference
FiestaDecember 28, 2019Ohio StateCFB Playoff (Big Ten)GeorgiaCFB Playoff (SEC)
Chick-Fil-ADecember 28, 2019ClemsonCFB Playoff (ACC)LSUCFB Playoff (SEC)
SugarJanuary 1, 2020OklahomaBig 12AlabamaSEC
RoseJanuary 1, 2020WisconsinBig 10UtahPac-12
OrangeDecember 30, 2019VirginiaACCFloridaSEC (or Big Ten/ND)
CottonDecember 28, 2019BaylorBig 12 (At Large)MemphisGroup of Five

Georgia continues to hold on for the final playoff spot in our projections, just above Utah, Alabama, and Oklahoma. See our full playoff forecast in our CFB Playoff Predictions Outlook post. Clemson, Ohio State, and LSU are favorites, but the last spot is wide open.

The decision on that last spot will have a big trickle down effect on the remaining BCS Bowls. Just like last week, we currently project Florida to get an Orange Bowl berth. If four SEC teams are selected to BCS bowls, the secondary SEC bowls will have a difficult time filling all their slots. With Oregon’s loss, we also project that Baylor will be an attractive choice for the Cotton Bowl.

Predictions For All Other 2019 Bowl Matchups

Here are the predictions for all remaining matchups. Teams that have not officially reached six wins and bowl eligibility are noted with an asterisk (*). Replacement teams (because another conference could not meet all of their slots) are designated with a + sign.

Bowl GameDateTeamConferenceTeamConference
FriscoDecember 20, 2019TulaneAmericanCharlotteC-USA
BahamasDecember 20, 2019Western KyC-USABuffaloMAC
New OrleansDecember 21, 2019Southern MissC-USALouisiana Sun Belt
Las VegasDecember 21, 2019Boise StateMWCWashington StPac-12
CamelliaDecember 21, 2019Ohio*+MACArkansas StateSun Belt
Boca RatonDecember 21, 2019TempleAmericanWestern MichiganMAC
CureDecember 21, 2019Ohio*+MAC (American)Georgia StateSun Belt
New MexicoDecember 21, 2019MarshallC-USANevadaMWC
CelebrationDecember 21, 2019North Carolina A&TMEACAlcorn StSWAC
GasparillaDecember 23, 2019Central FloridaAmericanFlorida AtlanticC-USA
HawaiiDecember 24, 2019HawaiiMWCBYUIndependent
Quick LaneDecember 26, 2019North Carolina*ACC/NDMichigan State*Big Ten
IndependenceDecember 26, 2019Florida StateACC/NDLouisiana Tech+CUSA (SEC)
Cheez-ItDecember 27, 2019TCU*Big 12CaliforniaPac-12
HolidayDecember 27, 2019MichiganBig 10OregonPac-12
TexasDecember 27, 2019Kansas StateBig 12KentuckySEC
PinstripeDecember 27, 2019PittsburghACC/NDIllinoisBig 10 
MilitaryDecember 27, 2019MiamiACC/NDNavyAmerican
Camping WorldDecember 28, 2019Notre DameACC/NDIowa StateBig 12
RedboxDecember 30, 2019IndianaBig 10Arizona StatePac-12
Music CityDecember 30, 2019LouisvilleACC Liberty*+Independent (SEC)
First ResponderDecember 30, 2019Utah State+MWC (Big 12)Florida InternationalCUSA
AlamoDecember 31, 2019Oklahoma StateBig 12USCPac-12
ArizonaDecember 31, 2019San Diego StateMWCAppalachian StSun Belt
LibertyDecember 31, 2019TexasBig 12Cincinnati+American (SEC)
SunDecember 31, 2019Virginia TechACC/NDWashingtonPac-12
BelkDecember 31, 2019Wake ForestACC/NDMississippi St*SEC
CitrusJanuary 1, 2020IowaBig 10AuburnSEC
OutbackJanuary 1, 2020Penn StateBig 10Texas A&MSEC
GatorJanuary 2, 2020MinnesotaBig 10 TennesseeSEC
BirminghamJanuary 2, 2020SMUAmericanUABSEC
Famous Idaho PotatoJanuary 3, 2020Central MichiganMACWyomingMWC
Armed ForcesJanuary 4, 2020Eastern Michigan+MAC (Big 10)Air ForceMWC
Mobile AlabamaJanuary 6, 2020Miami (OH)MACGeorgia SouthernSun Belt

Here are some notable changes and observations since last week:

  • Oregon’s loss to Arizona State and Washington losing to Colorado shook up the Pac-12 picture. Oregon dropped out of the BCS Bowls and is now slotted for the Alamo Bowl. That has shifted the picture for the remaining teams in the conference. Washington drops down to the Sun Bowl, but could drop further with a loss to Washington State in the Apple Cup.
  • Penn State’s loss to Ohio State also shifted the Big Ten picture. The Rose Bowl will likely take the team that reaches the Big Ten title game, and right now, that is projected to be Wisconsin narrowly over Minnesota.
  • Miami losing to Florida International, combined with Virginia Tech’s dominant win over Pittsburgh and Louisville’s comfortable victory over Syracuse, has also shifted the ACC pecking order. Virginia Tech is now playing Virginia for a place in the ACC title game and a likely Orange Bowl berth as the second ACC team (assuming Clemson goes to the playoff), so the Hokies can make a huge jump up with another win.
  • Nebraska kept their bowl hopes alive with a win at Maryland. They still need to upset Iowa. Do you think some bowls will be rooting for Nebraska to become bowl eligible? The Armed Forces Bowl in particular should be rooting for Nebraska to win. An Air Force vs. Nebraska matchup would be far more appealing than slotting a MAC team into that spot.

Teams Still Able to Get Bowl Eligibility

Here’s a list of every team who is not currently bowl eligible but can still become bowl eligible.

TeamConferencePercent ChanceOpponent
Ohio MAC96%at Akron
LibertyIndependent91%vs. New Mexico State
TCUBig 1289%vs. West Virginia
Michigan StBig Ten89%vs. Maryland
North CarolinaACC72%at NC State
Mississippi StSEC71%vs. Mississippi
Boston CollegeACC34%at Pittsburgh
NebraskaBig Ten33%vs. Iowa
Kent StateMAC32%at Eastern Michigan
TroySun Belt19%vs. Appalachian State
ArmyIndependent11%at Hawaii and vs. Navy
Oregon StPac 124%at Oregon
ColoradoPac 123%at Utah
La-MonroeSun Belt3%at Louisiana

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Bowl Projections, Week of November 18:

How Many Teams Will Be Bowl Eligible from Each Conference?

With 78 spots to fill, there’s always the question of whether there will be enough eligible teams. To be eligible, a team must have at least as many wins as losses, and can use no more than one victory over a FCS team toward that total. Here is a summary of how many teams are eligible. It also lists the total combined odds of all other teams in that conference in getting to bowl eligibility (potentially eligible).

For example, we project 2.7 potentially eligible teams in the Pac-12. That number comes from adding Washington State (90%), Arizona State (79%), California (62%), Oregon State (16%), Stanford (10%), UCLA (10%), Arizona (2%), and Colorado (0.4%). Our best estimate would be that two to three more Pac-12 teams get to bowl eligibility.

ConferenceBowl EligiblePotentially EligibleTotal Estimated
American70.07.0
ACC81.59.5
Big 1260.96.9
Big Ten80.98.9
Conf USA61.37.3
Indep21.03.6
MAC61.57.5
MWC70.87.8
Pac-1242.76.7
SEC62.78.7
Sun Belt50.75.7
TOTAL
6514.079.0

Sixty-five teams already meet the bowl eligibility requirements. We project that on average 14 other teams will reach bowl eligibility. That means we currently project the bowls should (barely) be able to fill all games with teams that are 6-6 or better.

2019 College Football Playoff and BCS Bowl Predictions

Here are our projected matchups for the Playoff games (Chick-Fil-A and Fiesta) as well as the other BCS Bowls. Here are the rules for selection into the other BCS bowl games.

  • The Rose Bowl selects the top Pac 12 and Big Ten teams not selected for the playoff.
  • The Sugar Bowl gets the next Big 12 and SEC teams not to make the playoff.
  • The Orange takes the next best ACC team not selected, versus the highest ranked remaining team from the Big Ten, SEC, or Notre Dame.
  • The top Group of Five team gets an automatic berth into the Cotton Bowl, against a wildcard team from any conference.
Bowl GameDateTeamConferenceTeamConference
FiestaDecember 28, 2019Ohio StateCFB Playoff (Big Ten)GeorgiaCFB Playoff (SEC)
Chick-Fil-ADecember 28, 2019ClemsonCFB Playoff (ACC)LSUCFB Playoff (SEC)
SugarJanuary 1, 2019OklahomaBig 12AlabamaSEC
RoseJanuary 1, 2019Penn StateBig TenUtahPac 12
OrangeDecember 30, 2019VirginiaACCFloridaSEC
CottonDecember 28, 2019OregonAt-Large (Pac 12)MemphisGroup of Five (American)

Georgia narrowly gets our last playoff spot for now. You can see our full rundown of the CFB Playoff Predictions Outlook. Clemson, Ohio State, and LSU are favorites, but the last spot is wide open. Georgia has about a 37% chance of being selected (basically, their odds of winning the SEC at 12-1). Alabama, Oklahoma, Washington, and Utah are each a little more likely to win out, but those teams are not assured a spot if they do.

That decision on the last spot will have a big trickle down effect on the remaining BCS Bowls. We currently project with Florida to get an Orange Bowl berth. If four SEC are selected, the secondary SEC bowls will have a difficult time filling all their slots.

Predictions For All Other 2019 Bowl Matchups

Here are the predictions for all remaining matchups. We note teams that have not officially reached six wins and bowl eligibility with an asterisk (*). We designated replacement teams (because another conference could not meet all of their slots) with a + sign.

Bowl GameDateTeamConferenceTeamConference
FriscoDecember 20, 2019Ohio*+MAC (American)Liberty*+Independent (Sun Belt)
BahamasDecember 20, 2019Western KyC-USABuffalo*MAC
New OrleansDecember 21, 2019NevadaMWCAppalachian StateSun Belt
Las VegasDecember 21, 2019Boise StateMWCCalifornia*Pac-12
CamelliaDecember 21, 2019ToledoMACArkansas StateSun Belt
Boca RatonDecember 21, 2019Charlotte*+CUSA (American)Miami OHMAC
CureDecember 21, 2019TempleAmericanGeorgia StateSun Belt
New MexicoDecember 21, 2019Southern MissC-USAFresno State*MWC
CelebrationDecember 21, 2019North Carolina A&TMEACAlcorn StSWAC
GasparillaDecember 23, 2019Central FloridaAmericanFlorida AtlanticC-USA
HawaiiDecember 24, 2019HawaiiMWCBYUIndependent
Quick LaneDecember 26, 2019North Carolina*ACC/NDMichigan State*Big Ten
IndependenceDecember 26, 2019Wake ForestACC/NDSMU*+American (SEC)
Cheez-ItDecember 27, 2019Kansas StateBig 12Utah State+MWC (Pac-12)
HolidayDecember 27, 2019MichiganBig 10WashingtonPac-12
TexasDecember 27, 2019Oklahoma StateBig 12Mississippi State*SEC
PinstripeDecember 27, 2019Virginia TechACC/NDIllinoisBig 10 
MilitaryDecember 27, 2019LouisvilleACC/NDNavyAmerican
Camping WorldDecember 28, 2019Notre DameACC/NDIowa StateBig 12
RedboxDecember 30, 2019IndianaBig 10Arizona State*Pac-12
Music CityDecember 30, 2019Florida StateACC Kentucky*SEC
First ResponderDecember 30, 2019TCU*Big 12MarshallCUSA
AlamoDecember 31, 2019BaylorBig 12USCPac-12
ArizonaDecember 31, 2019San Diego StateMWCLouisianaSun Belt
LibertyDecember 31, 2019TexasBig 12Cincinnati*American (SEC)
SunDecember 31, 2019MiamiACC/NDWashington State*Pac-12
BelkDecember 31, 2019PittsburghACC/NDLouisiana Tech+CUSA (SEC)
CitrusJanuary 1, 2020WisconsinBig 10AuburnSEC
OutbackJanuary 1, 2020MinnesotaBig 10Texas A&MSEC
GatorJanuary 2, 2020IowaBig 10 Tennessee*SEC
BirminghamJanuary 2, 2020TulaneAmericanUABSEC
Famous Idaho PotatoJanuary 3, 2020Central MichiganMACWyomingMWC
Armed ForcesJanuary 4, 2020Eastern MichiganMAC (Big 10)Air ForceMWC
Mobile AlabamaJanuary 6, 2020Western MichiganMACGeorgia SouthernSun Belt
  • Several top conferences could have a difficult time meeting all of their bowl spots this year, which will have a trickle down effect on other conferences. The SEC in particular is top-heavy, and that is compounded by Missouri being currently bowl-ineligible. (A final decision on Missouri’s appeal is still pending).
  • The Gator, Outback and Citrus make their SEC selections, after the BCS/Playoff spots are filled. The  next tier after that includes four bowls: Belk, Liberty, Music City, and Texas. We currently project only two of those spots being filled by SEC schools. That also doesn’t include the Independence and Birmingham Bowls, which will almost certainly have to find replacements.
  • The American Conference has secondary agreements with the Liberty and Independence. While they have no clear priority established for their bowl tie-ins, we saw them fill each of those bowls in the last two years when SEC teams could not. Memphis went to the Liberty Bowl two years ago, and Temple went to the Independence Bowl last year. We project them to fill those spots as well this year if the SEC cannot.
  • The Big Ten could also have difficulty filling all their slots, especially if a third Big Ten team moves into a BCS bowl. Minnesota and Wisconsin are lurking on the edge of the AP top ten rankings, making it very possible. We already project them not to fill the Military Bowl slot. The Quick Lane Bowl in Detroit would likely be the next to lose a Big Ten team. The most obvious geographic fit for a replacement would be one of the MAC programs that are bowl eligible.
  • The Big Ten has a clear hierarchy, but limits how frequently teams can return to bowls. That’s why, for example, we project Michigan to the Holiday Bowl, where they have not played since 1994.

Other Teams With An Outside Shot At Bowl Eligibility In 2019

These teams didn’t make our projected bowl matchups, but have a greater than 10% chance of bowl eligibility.

Team ConferenceBowl EligiblityRemaining Games
Ball StateMAC39%Need to Win Both at Kent St and vs. Miami (OH)
North TexasC-USA36%Need to Win Both at Rice and vs. UAB
Coastal CarolinaSun Belt34%Need 2 Wins at La-Monroe and vs. Texas State
Boston CollegeACC34%Need 1 Win at Notre Dame or at Pitt
TroySun Belt32%Need 1 Win at Louisiana or vs. Appalachian State
Florida InternationalC-USA24%Need 1 Win vs. Miami or at Marshall
San Jose StateMWC24%Need to Win Both vs. Fresno St and at UNLV
SyracuseACC21%Need to Win Both at Louisville and vs. Wake Forest
Oregon StatePac-1216%Need 1 Win at Washington St or at Oregon
NC State ACC16%Need 2 Wins at Ga Tech and vs. North Carolina
Kent StateMAC14%Need 2 Wins vs. Ball State and at Eastern Michigan
Nebraska Big 1013%Need 2 Wins at Maryland and vs. Iowa
ArmyIndependent11%Need 2 Wins at Hawaii and vs. Navy (N)
StanfordPac-1211%Need 2 Wins vs. California and vs. Notre Dame
Duke ACC10%Need 2 Wins at Wake Forest and vs. Miami

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