Guelph's Rush wins Presidents' Trophy, Queen's Carmichael honoured with Russ Jackson Award

Guelph's Rush wins Presidents' Trophy, Queen's Carmichael honoured with Russ Jackson Award

QUEBEC CITY (CIS) – Andrew Buckley, a fifth-year quarterback from the University of Calgary, was named the outstanding player in CIS football for the second consecutive season on Thursday evening during the Sun Life Financial All-Canadian Banquet presented by Mallette.

The kinesiology student from Calgary joined an exclusive club of multiple Hec Crighton Trophy winners, including Saint Mary's quarterback Chris Flynn (1988, 1989, 1990), Western fullback Tim Tindale (1991, 1993), Mount Allison running back Éric Lapointe (1996, 1998), Queen's quarterback Tommy Denison (2002, 2003), as well as pivot Erik Glavic, who claimed the honour with Saint Mary's (2007) and Calgary (2009).

Other CIS award recipients announced at the Hilton Quebec hotel were Guelph linebacker John Rush, who captured the Presidents' Trophy as the stand-up defensive player of the year; Manitoba defensive tackle David Onyemata, who merited the J.P. Metras Trophy as most outstanding down lineman; Laval defensive end Mathieu Betts, who received the Peter Gorman Trophy as top rookie; Queen's wide receiver Curtis Carmichael, who claimed the Russ Jackson Award recognizing excellence in football, academics and citizenship; and Calgary head coach Wayne Harris Jr., winner of the Frank Tindall Trophy.

The awards gala was held as part of the CIS championship celebrations. The University of Montreal Carabins face-off against the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds in the ArcelorMittal Vanier Cup presented by Promutuel Assurance on Saturday at 1 p.m. EST at TELUS-UL Stadium in Quebec City.

Coverage on TVA Sports and Sportsnet / Sportsnet 360 gets underway with pre-game shows at noon and 12:30 pm, respectively. The 51st CIS football final will also be streamed live on the web at

"Sun Life Financial is thrilled and proud to partner with Canadian Interuniversity Sport for the presentation of the 50th Vanier Cup banquet," said Robert Dumas, President, Sun Life Financial, Quebec. "I salute the determination, passion and commitment of the players who excel not only on the field but also in the classroom. Among those exceptional models are without a doubt the leaders of tomorrow and maybe our future colleagues."


Rush is the first Guelph player to receive the Presidents' Trophy.

In his fifth and final CIS campaign, the 6-foot-1, 220-pound linebacker was nothing short of sensational for the Gryphons, who captured their first Yates Cup title since 1996. The three-time team captain was named MVP of the OUA final following a monstrous 12-tackle, three-sack performance. In the eight-game regular season, Rush led the country with 60 tackles – 20 more than any of his teammates – while also contributing 8.5 tackles for losses, three sacks, two interceptions, a pair of pass breakups, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery.

The Niagara Falls, Ont., native is the unquestioned leader both on and off the field for a Gryphon defence which ranked in the CIS Top 10 in almost every major category this season, including fourth in interceptions and sacks, seventh against the run and in points allowed, and eighth in total yards allowed.

Rush first burst onto the scene at U of G as a highly-touted prospect out of the Niagara region. After impressing in his 2011 rookie season as a 17-year-old, he was named an OUA all-star in his second year after starting seven games at middle linebacker and recording 41 tackles. Unfortunately, his 2013 season was cut short after blowing out his knee in practice but he was able to return in time for the 2014 campaign, in which he played in every game.

"People see the success that John has had on the field this season, but many are unaware of the incredible amount of adversity he has overcome off of the field," said Gryphons head coach Stu Lang. "A few years ago, John suffered a freak injury to his knee in practice that derailed his career. He worked incredibly hard during recovery to make it back onto the football field, and there is not a more deserving guy to receive this prestigious award."

Other nominees
AUS: Drew Morris, linebacker, Acadia (Ottawa, Ont. / Business Administration)
RSEQ: Jonathan Boissonneault-Glaou, defensive end, Montreal (Lyster, Que. / Mechanical Engineering)
CWUAA: Robert Woodson, defensive back, Calgary (Calgary, Alta. / Arts)


Carmichael follows in the footsteps of Curt McLennan (2003), Jock Climie (1989) and inaugural winner Charlie Galunic (1986), the three previous Russ Jackson Award recipients in Queen's history.

In his fourth season with the Gaels, the 5-foot-10, 193-pound receiver led the team with 34 receptions and finished the year with 520 yards and four touchdowns. While Carmichael was an exemplary leader on field and in the locker room, it is his generosity with his time on campus and in the community that sets him apart.

Last year, Carmichael was an Academic All-Canadian and in a few months will be the first member of his family to graduate from university. Upon completion of his undergrad, the physical and health education student-athlete plans to enroll in teacher education next year. When he isn't in the classroom or on the football field, Carmichael is a member of an organization called Nightlight which meets weekly with victims of drug addiction, disability or homelessness. After growing up in a tough Scarborough, Ont., neighbourhood, he is now an engaged member of the Kingston community, volunteering as a physical education teacher at two local high schools with a high number of single parent and low income families.

On campus, Carmichael is a member of a student group of volunteers who assist young children with intellectual disabilities in the "Queen's Adapted Games". This past summer, he volunteered for three weeks in Romania with "International Teams Canada" on "Impact Romania", an initiative that visits local orphanages. Carmichael, who is a very spiritually orientated student-athlete, leads the weekly chapel group on the football team. He has been involved with Athletes in Action and is a member of "Navigators", a group on campus that regularly meets with younger university students for bible study and to promote a healthy balanced living.

"Curtis has become an excellent football player and a team leader here at Queen's," said Gaels head coach Pat Sheahan. "His commitment to his team, university and community puts him in a class all by himself. I along with the entire university are extremely proud of him."

Other nominees:
AUS: Will Wojcik, defensive back, Acadia (Ottawa, Ont. / Kinesiology)
RSEQ: Jérémi Roch, quarterback, Sherbrooke (LaSalle, Que. / Administration)
CWUAA: DJ Lalama, linebacker, Manitoba (Winnipeg, Man. / Extended Education)


Buckley is the first player in CIS football history to win the national player-of-the-year award and be named a Top 8 Academic All-Canadian, the commendation for which he received last week from the Governor General at Rideau Hall in Ottawa.

After his remarkable 2014 season where he won both the Hec Crighton Trophy and the Russ Jackson Award, Buckley found a way to further enhance his on-field performance for the Dinos in 2015.

After being selected by Calgary with the final pick of last spring's Canadian Football League draft, he attended the Stampeders' training camp in the summer and came back for his final year of university football with more poise, confidence, and technical skill than ever. He led the Dinos to an 8-0 record in the regular season and the No. 1 national ranking for eight straight weeks, and he piloted an offence that set multiple team and individual records over the course of the season.

Buckley tossed for more than 400 yards in five of his eight conference games, finishing the year with 3,162 passing yards – a new CIS single-season record – while his completion percentage was the best in Canada West history at 72 per cent. Along the way, he threw just one interception on 246 pass attempts while tossing for 19 touchdowns. He averaged 12.9 yards per passing attempt and 395.3 yards per game, adding 33 carries for 256 rushing yards on the season and running for a trio of touchdowns.

The offence he directed set school records in points (471 – also a Canada West record), touchdowns (53), passing yards (3695), total yards (5606) and field goals (26). He wraps up his stellar five-year career as the most accurate passer in program history and is second on Calgary's all-time passing list with 8,199 yards – despite starting for just three seasons.

"Andrew Buckley is the offensive leader both on and off the field," said Dinos head coach Wayne Harris, Jr. "His decision-making, accuracy as a passer, poise and confidence inspire and elevate the play of his teammates. He leads by example and has broken many records as a result of his work ethic and commitment to success."

Former Dinos to have won the Hec Crighton Trophy include Erik Glavic (2009), Don Blair (1995) and Greg Vavra (1983).

Other nominees:
AUS: Ashton Dickson, running back, StFX (Ottawa, Ont. / Arts)
RSEQ: Trenton Miller, quarterback, Concordia (Buffalo, N.Y. / MBA)
OUA: Will Finch, quarterback, Western (Burlington, Ont. / Social Science)


Onyemata is the fourth Manitoba player to merit the J.P. Metras Trophy, following in the footsteps of original winner Bart Evans (1974), Jason Rauhaus (1991) and Israel Idonije (2002), who went on to an 11-year NFL career.

The native of Lagos, Nigeria had a tremendous fourth season with the Bisons, earning his second straight Canada West all-star nod and a first selection as an all-Canadian. The 6-foot-4, 295-pound nose tackle was a force throughout the campaign as he was often double-teamed and created room for his teammates. A starter in all eight league games, he was second in the conference and ninth in the country in both sacks (5) and sack yards (34). He also ranked second in Canada West with 7.5 tackles for losses and 12th with 38.5 tackles, while also contributing one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

Onyemata, 23, was the top-ranked CIS player, and second overall, on the first CFL Scouting Bureau prospects list of the season published on Sept. 4. Since his Bisons debut in 2012, he has played in 31 of 32 conference games and all seven playoff contests.

"David Onyemata winning the J.P. Metras is one of the great individual accomplishments over the many years of CIS national football awards," said Bisons head coach Brian Dobie. "This is a young man from Nigeria who came to Canada to study as an international student and not only had he never played football, he had never actually seen a practice or the game of football in his entire life! He came into this program as raw as possible but with tremendous potential. It says everything about David's character, perseverance and commitment to excellence that he would continually move forward through the last five years with the Bisons to achieve this tremendous accomplishment. We are proud and recognize the significance of David being selected for the Metras. He is a great representative for this prestigious national award."

Other nominees:
AUS: Jesse St. James, defensive end, Acadia (Pincourt, Que. / Business Administration)
RSEQ: Charles Vaillancourt, guard, Laval (Coaticook, Que. / Business Administration)
OUA: Kwaku Boateng, defensive end, Wilfrid Laurier (Milton, Ont. / Business)


Betts is the third Laval player to claim the Peter Gorman Trophy after quarterback Hugo Richard, who was honoured a year ago, and receiver Jean-Frédéric Tremblay, the 2000 winner. The Rouge et Or becomes the second program to produce back-to-back CIS rookies of the year, a feat previously accomplished by Calgary with Linden Gaydosh in 2009 and Eric Dzwilewski in 2010.

Expectations were high coming out of CEGEP for the Montreal native but he delivered in his university debut, and then some. Inserted in the starting lineup from day one, the 6-foot-3, 250-pound freshman terrorized opposing quarterbacks the entire season. He finished the eight-game regular schedule with an eye-popping 12 sacks, a new national record for a rookie. His impressive sack total tied the school standard set a year ago by Vincent Desloges and left him only half a sack shy of the CIS mark.

His best performance came at home on Oct. 25 against nationally-ranked Sherbrooke, which had allowed only six sacks in six games heading into the contest. Betts took down all-star pivot Jérémi Roch behind the line of scrimmage four times en route to CIS player-of-the-week honours.

Named the RSEQ defensive player of the year in each of his last two seasons at the CEGEP level, Betts finished his first campaign at Laval with 24 tackles, including 19 solo, three forced fumbles, three pass breakups and one fumble recovery. In addition to his CIS-leading 12 sacks, he also ranked third in the nation with 14.5 tackles for losses.

"Mathieu is by far the most decorated recruit we have ever had here at Laval. Whether in high school, CEGEP, at the Canada Cup or the world junior championships in Kuwait, he has won every possible award," said Rouge et Or head coach Glen Constantin. "After taking several recruiting visits to major NCAA football programs and serious consideration, Mathieu opted for our CIS institution. On the field, he is truly a force attracting the opponent's attention. He has been double teamed, chipped and had slide protection to him all year long. He came one half sack short of the national record as a freshman, a standard which had been set by several prominent veteran players. I must also mention that Mathieu is a very humble person and that he is a great teammate and is appreciated by everyone."

Other nominees:
AUS: Donovan Glave, defensive tackle, Mount Allison (Brampton, Ont. / Arts)
OUA: Jesse Amankwaa, running back, York (Etobicoke, Ont. / Health & Society)
CWUAA: Jamel Lyles, running back, Manitoba (Surrey, B.C. / University 1)


The 2006 recipient of the Gino Fracas Award as the national volunteer coach of the year, Harris is the first Dinos bench boss to earn the Frank Tindall Trophy since Peter Connellan did it twice, in 1977 and 1985.

After a nearly 40-year association with the University of Calgary as a player, alumnus, assistant coach and defensive coordinator, Wayne Harris, Jr. became the sixth head coach in Dinos history in February – and he hit the ground running.

In his first season at the helm, Harris guided the Dinos to just their second undefeated season in school history, with an average margin of victory over 40 points. The Dinos were ranked No. 1 in the CIS Top 10 for eight consecutive weeks, the longest stint atop the rankings for the program in three decades. His team produced a school-record 16 Canada West all-stars, including four of the five positions on the offensive line, all three linebackers, and four of the five spots in the defensive backfield, and boasted 11 All-Canadians, nine of them on the first unit.

His team finished tops in the nation in passing yards and was top-three in virtually every offensive category, led by Hec Crighton winner Andrew Buckley at quarterback. Defensively, the Dinos were just as good: they led CIS in interceptions and fumble recoveries and were tops in the conference in points and yards allowed. On average, the Dinos marched nearly 300 yards further per game than did their opponents (702 vs. 411).

Harris' unwavering commitment to excellence extends past the football field to the classroom and the community as well, a result of his 30-year career as an educator in the Calgary high school system. His team-first approach has been embraced by the players and coaching staff, enabling players to show leadership on and off the field – resulting in a dominant performance during the 2015 season.

"Wayne has done an outstanding job leading our football program," said University of Calgary Athletic Director Christine Stapleton. "Along with his staff, he has created a culture of excellence and accountability and empowered our student-athletes to take significant leadership positions, and success has been the result. We congratulate him on this well-deserved honour."

Other nominees:
AUS: Gary Waterman, StFX
RSEQ: Glen Constantin, Laval
OUA: Greg Marshall, Western


HEC CRIGHTON TROPHY (Outstanding Player)

2015 Andrew Buckley, Calgary
2014 Andrew Buckley, Calgary
2013 Jordan Heather, Bishop's, QB
2012 Kyle Quinlan, McMaster, QB
2011 Billy Greene, UBC, QB
2010 Brad Sinopoli, Ottawa, QB
2009 Erik Glavic, Calgary, QB
2008 Benoît Groulx, Laval, QB
2007 Erik Glavic, Saint Mary's, QB
2006 Daryl Stephenson, Windsor, RB
2005 Andy Fantuz, Western Ontario, REC
2004 Jesse Lumsden, McMaster, RB
2003 Tommy Denison, Queen's, QB
2002 Tommy Denison, Queen's, QB
2001 Ben Chapdelaine, McMaster, QB
2000 Kojo Aidoo, McMaster, RB
1999 Phil Côté, Ottawa, QB
1998 Éric Lapointe, Mount Allison, RB
1997 Mark Nohra, UBC, RB
1996 Éric Lapointe, Mount Allison, RB
1995 Don Blair, Calgary, REC
1994 Bill Kubas, Wilfrid Laurier, QB
1993 Tim Tindale, Western, FB
1992 Eugene Buccigrossi, Toronto, QB
1991 Tim Tindale, Western, FB
1990 Chris Flynn, Saint Mary's, QB
1989 Chris Flynn, Saint Mary's, QB
1988 Chris Flynn, Saint Mary's, QB
1987 Jordan Gagner, UBC, QB
1986 Blake Marshall, Western, RB
1985 Larry Mohr, Queen's, RB
1984 Phil Scarfone, McMaster, QB
1983 Greg Vavra, Calgary, QB
1982 Rick Zmich, Ottawa, QB
1981 Dan Feraday, Toronto, QB
1980 Greg Marshall, Western, RB
1979 Scott Mallender, Windsor, QB
1978 Jamie Bone, Western, QB
1977 Bob Cameron, Acadia, QB/K
1976 Bob Stracina, Acadia, REC/K
1975 Brian Fryer, Alberta, REC
1974 Al Charuk, Acadia, FS
1973 Dave Pickett, Saskatchewan, QB
1972 Andrew Parici, Windsor, QB
1971 Mel Smith, Alberta, REC
1970 Paul Paddon, Ottawa, QB
1969 Dave Fleiszer, McGill, FB
1968 Mike Raham, Toronto, RB
1967 Mike Eben, Toronto REC

PRESIDENTS' TROPHY (Outstanding Defensive Player)

2015 John Rush, Guelph
2014 Jonathan Langa, Saint Mary's
2013 Pawel Kruba, Western
2012 Frédéric Plesius, Laval
2011 Max Caron, Concordia
2010 Henoc Muamba, StFX
2009 Cory Greenwood, Concordia
2008 Thaine Carter, Queen's
2007 Mat Nesbitt, Regina
2006 Patrick Donovan, Concordia
2005 Patrick Donovan, Concordia
2004 Mickey Donovan, Concordia
2003 Neil McKinlay, Simon Fraser
2002 Adam MacDonald, StFX
2001 David Stipe, Bishop's
2000 Joey Mikawoz, Manitoba
1999 Mike Letendre, Saskatchewan
1998 Warren Muzika, Saskatchewan
1997 Jason Van Geel, Waterloo
1996 Derek Krete, Western
1995 Paul Frlan, StFX
1994 Cory Delaney, Waterloo
1993 Lou Tiro, Toronto
1992 Alex Eliopoulos, Saint Mary's
1991 Ray Bernard, Bishop's
1990 Randy Power, Mount Allison
1989 Mark Singer, Alberta
1988 Leroy Blugh, Bishop's
1987 Brent Lewis, Western
1986 Mark Norman, UBC
1985 Darcy Kopp, Calgary
1984 Larry Oglesby, Mount Allison
1983 Tom Timlin, Carleton
1982 Mike Emery, UBC
1981 Mike Emery, UBC
1980 Rich Payne, Wilfrid Laurier

J.P. METRAS TROPHY (Outstanding Down Lineman)

2015 David Onyemata, Manitoba
2014 Ettore Lattanzio, Ottawa
2013 Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, McGill
2012 Ben D'Aguilar, McMaster
2011 Arnaud Gascon-Nadon, Laval
2010 Arnaud Gascon-Nadon, Laval
2009 Matt Morencie, Windsor
2008 Étienne Légaré, Laval
2007 Scott Evans, Wilfrid Laurier
2006 Chris Best, Waterloo
2005 Dominic Picard, Laval
2004 Troy Cunningham, Concordia
2003 Ibrahim Khan, Simon Fraser
2002 Israel Idonije, Manitoba
2001 Carl Gourgues, Laval
2000 Randy Chevrier, McGill
1999 Tyson St. James, UBC
1998 Garret Everson, Calgary
1997 Mike Kushnir, StFX
1996 James Repesse, Saskatchewan
1995 Harry Van Hofwegen, Carleton
1994 Paul Connery, Bishop's
1993 Paul Chesser, Concordia
1992 Chris Konrad, Calgary
1991 Jason Rauhaus, Manitoba
1990 Chris Morris, Toronto
1989 Chris Gioskos, Ottawa
1988 Veron Stiliadis, Wilfrid Laurier
1987 Pierre Vercheval, Western
1986 Louie Godry, Guelph
1985 Mike Schad, Queen's
1984 Boyd Young, Ottawa
1983 Jim DeSilva, Carleton
1982 Peter Langford, Guelph
1981 Tony Grassa, StFX
1980 Scott McArthur, Calgary
1979 Jim Muller, Queen's
1978 Dave Willox, Alberta
1977 Dick Bakker, Queen's
1976 Gerry Inglis, Alberta
1975 Mark Pothier, Saint Mary's
1974 Bart Evans, Manitoba

PETER GORMAN TROPHY (Rookie of the Year)

2015 Mathieu Betts, Laval
2014 Hugo Richard, Laval
2013 Daniel Vandervoort, McMaster
2012 Shaquille Johnson, McGill
2011 Tyler Varga, Western Ontario
2010 Eric Dzwilewski, Calgary
2009 Linden Gaydosh, Calgary
2008 Jordan Verdone, Waterloo
2007 Liam Mahoney, Concordia
2006 Dalin Tollestrup, Calgary
2005 Martin Gagné, Montréal
2004 Kyle Williams, Bishop's
2003 Maxime Gagnier, Montréal
2002 Andy Fantuz, Western
2001 Jeremy Steeves, StFX
2000 Jean-Frédéric Tremblay, Laval
1999 Sébastien Roy, Mount Allison
1998 Kojo Aidoo, McMaster
1997 Paul Carty, StFX
1996 Jeff Johnson, York
1995 Éric Lapointe, Mount Allison
1994 Andre Arlain, StFX
1993 Jerome Pathon, Acadia
1992 Sean Reade, Western
1991 Dominic Zagari, Manitoba
1990 Bill Kubas, Wilfrid Laurier
1989 Chris Banton, Ottawa
1988 Grant Keaney, Mount Allison
1987 Dan Farthing, Saskatchewan
1986 Michael Soles, McGill
1985 Mark Brown, Carleton
1984 Jeff Funtasz, Alberta
1983 Paul Nastasiuk, Wilfrid Laurier
1982 Mike Fabilli, Ottawa
1981 Glenn Steele, UBC
1980 John Hutchinson, Mount Allison
1979 Joey Tynes, StFX
1978 John Lowe, Guelph
1977 Gord Goodwin, Calgary
1976 Jim Reid, Wilfrid Laurier

FRANK TINDALL TROPHY (coach of the year)

2015 Wayne Harris Jr., Calgary
2014 Kelly Jeffrey, Mount Allison
2013 Kevin Mackey, Bishop's
2012 Stefan Ptaszek, McMaster
2011 Jeff Cummins, Acadia
2010 Glen Constantin, Laval
2009 Steve Sumarah, Saint Mary's
2008 Pat Sheahan, Queen's
2007 Frank McCrystal, Regina
2006 Denis Piché, Ottawa
2005 Glen Constantin, Laval
2004 Jerry Friesen, Alberta
2003 Gary Jeffries, Wilfrid Laurier
2002 Chuck McMann, McGill
2001 Brian Dobie, Manitoba
2000 Greg Marshall, McMaster
1999 Blake Nill, Saint Mary's
1998 Larry Haylor, Western
1997 John Stevens, StFX
1996 Dan McNally, Guelph
1995 Rick Zmich, Wilfrid Laurier
1994 Brian Towriss, Saskatchewan
1993 Larry Uteck, Saint Mary's
1992 Ian Breck, Bishop's
1991 Rich Newbrough, Wilfrid Laurier
1990 Larry Haylor, Western
1989 Dave Knight, Waterloo
1988 Larry Uteck, Saint Mary's
1987 Frank Smith, UBC
1986 Bruce Coulter, Bishop's
1985 Peter Connellan, Calgary
1984 Steve Bruno, Mount Allison
1983 Doug Hargreaves, Queen's
1982 Bernie Custis, McMaster
1981 John Huard, Acadia
1980 Cam Innes, Ottawa
1979 Dave "Tuffy" Knight, Wilfrid Laurier
1978 Frank Smith, UBC
1977 Peter Connellan, Calgary
1976 Darwin Semotiuk, Western
1975 Don Gilbert, Ottawa
1974 Ron Murphy, Toronto
1973 Ed Hilton, UPEI
1972 Dave "Tuffy" Knight, Wilfrid Laurier
1971 Jim Donlevy, Alberta
1970 Frank Cosentino, Western
1969 Henry Janzen, Manitoba

RUSS JACKSON AWARD (football, academics & citizenship)

2015 Curtis Carmichael, Queen's
2014 Andrew Buckley, Calgary
2013 Andrew Buckley, Calgary
2012 Zach Androschuk, Guelph
2011 Dillon Heap, Wilfrid Laurier
2010 Thomas Hall, Manitoba
2009 Thomas Hall, Manitoba
2008 David Hamilton, Toronto
2007 Clovis Langlois-Boucher, Sherbrooke
2006 Naim El-Far, Ottawa
2005 Dan Parker, Mount Allison
2004 Nathan Beveridge, UBC
2003 Curt McLellan, Queen's
2002 Lincoln Blumell, Calgary
2001 Josh Alexander, Wilfrid Laurier
2000 Carlo Panaro, Alberta
1999 Carlo Panaro, Alberta
1998 Jean-Philippe Darche, McGill
1997 Sam Stetsko, Alberta
1996 Sean O'Neill, Carleton
1995 Ted MacLean, Saint Mary's
1994 Steve Papp, McGill
1993 David Sykes, Saint Mary's
1992 David Sykes, Saint Mary's
1991 J.P. Veri, McGill
1990 J.P. Veri, McGill
1989 Jock Climie, Queen's
1988 Andrew Allison, Mount Allison
1987 Elio Geremia, Calgary
1986 Charlie Galunic, Queen's

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