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Interview with Al Michaels, Cris
Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya and Executive Producer Fred
Gaudelli of "Sunday Night Football" on NBC 8/29/17
I dialed in to this call yesterday, but they ran
out of time, so I didn't get a chance to ask a question. I'm
not a huge football fan, but it was interesting to listen to
them talk about the upcoming season. All of the questions
here were asked by various reporters at news outlets. Most
of them were newspapers, but some were sports sites.
Football fans already know that it's that certain time of
year. College football has started already (Go Muleriders!),
and the NFL started pre-season games earlier this month. The
regular NFL season starts this week. You can watch some home
games on your local channels, or you can watch Monday Night
Football on ESPN, or Sunday Night Football on NBC (the
kickoff game starts this Thursday). I was on a conference
call with other journalists, interviewing the Sunday Night
Football broadcasting team of Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
and Michele Tafoya, as well as executive producer Fred
Gaudelli this past Tuesday. The team seems very excited
about the start of the football season. Michaels does the
play-by-play for the Sunday games, and Mike Tirico (who was
not on the call) does the Thursday play-by-play.
Collinsworth does the analysis, and Tafoya is the
correspondent on the sidelines.
They have good
reasons to be excited because this Thursday's game is their
200th game, and last year was their 6th year as the number
one show in primetime! The kickoff game is between last
year's Superbowl winner, the New England Patriots, and the
Kansas City Chiefs. I have a good friend who's a huge Chiefs
fan, so I know she'll be excited to watch that game, too.
This year, its NBC's turn to show the Superbowl, so this
team is also thrilled to be hosting that at the end of the
season next February. Michaels and Collinsworth have been
in the broadcast booth many times before for the Superbowl,
but this will be a first for Tafoya. Also, Minneapolis is
her home town, so she has even more reason to look forward
to it. She's not only from Minneapolis, she still lives
there and loves it.
Despite his many years as a
broadcaster, Michaels sounds very enthusiastic when talking
about the upcoming season. He mentioned that he was in
Canton, Ohio for a preseason game in early August, and they
had a large Sunday Night Football display, which included
many clips of the show through the years. He was reminded of
all of the great moments they've had, which he declared to
be "iconic." Michaels also is happy that Tirico will be
handling the Thursday night games. It sounds like they all
have plenty of work to do and are happy to share the work
and be a cooperative team (much like a great football
During this call, they all joked about how
they might put on weight going to Minnesota because of a
great steakhouse there called Manny's. Tafoya joked back
that she was going to have to fill them in about the many
other great restaurants in Minneapolis. Tafoya admitted
she's worried that people she knows in Minneapolis might
think she can get them Superbowl tickets, "which is just far
from the case."
Producer Fred Gaudell answered a
question about how they will be focusing on the new
stadiums, such as the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta,
when there's no action on the field. The new stadium has
something called a Halo that he thinks is "striking" and
"unique". It's the largest video scoreboard in the U.S. (The
Falcons posted a photo of it on Twitter
They also have a retractable roof, but it won't be ready for
the first game. Apparently they had a few bugs to work out
when they first opened the stadium for the preseason, but
they promise they will be fixed. Reading this article from
WSBTV, it sounds like security in the stadium is a primary
Gaudell was asked about the equipment used for the games
in the upcoming season. He said they had plenty of great
cameras already, but they are "going to convert two of our
regular Sony 4300 cameras to X-Mos, so now weíll have a
total of seven of those high-speed replay cameras, which I
think are just spectacular." They also tried out a "dual
Sky Cam system ... where one flew at the normal height that
people are used to seeing and one flew much higher, about 50
feet above, where we did some offensive line and pass
patterns and things of that nature." He said they were
"pretty effective" and they will use them in some of this
Another reporter asked Michaels about the New
York Giants and Dallas Cowboys rivalry. Michaels talked
about why they were such an exciting match-up - because New
York is so big and people love it, and Dallas has a long
history of winning, and the fans there are very loyal.
Collinsworth expanded on that by talking about the specific
players Evan Engram, Odell Beckham, and Brandon Marshal,
quarterbacks who make the Cowboys great, even though they
also have a 36-year-old quarterback, Eli Manning. They also
spoke about the Eagles quite a bit.
When asked about
the Superbowl, Gaudell confirmed that it was too early yet
for them to really discuss what they were doing (in terms of
production). Michaels and Collinsworth agreed that the
Carolina Panthers might be contenders this year, depending
on how healthy Cam Newton is. Collinsworth also thinks that
Atlanta might have another great shot and become a true
NBC ďSUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALLĒ Ė MEDIA CONFERENCE CALL
August 29, 2017
THE MODERATOR: Just
nine days out from the kickoff of the 2017 season with the
Chiefs-Patriots on NBC. Weíre joined today by the on-air
team of Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth and Michele Tafoya,
and the executive producer of Sunday Night Football, Fred
Gaudelli. Weíll start with an opening comment from each, and
then weíll take your questions.
Thanks, good afternoon, everyone. Thank you for joining.
Thursday night will mark the 200th game of the Sunday Night
Football package. Obviously one of the most successful
packages in television sports history. As Iím sure youíve
heard a number of times, we finished our sixth year as the
No. 1 television show in prime time. We kick off with the
Super Bowl champions on Thursday night, as weíve done
traditionally now through this thing, the 12th season of the
package, and it ends in the best way possible with Super
Bowl LII in Minneapolis.
So weíre excited for another
season, and I will turn it over to Al Michaels.
MICHAELS: Itís an exciting time of year for all of us
because we get to break the seal on a new season once again.
It was mentioned that this is the 200th Sunday night game.
Iíve done every season with Fred Gaudelli and Drew Esocoff,
and more than half now with Cris, and the other percentage
with John Madden before that.
So got a great team,
and we all feed off each other and we push each other and we
treat every Sunday night like a mini Super Bowl. Of course
the great thing about this season is that we do get to end
it with the real Super Bowl, Minnesota, on the 4th of
And every year we say we love our schedule,
and the league helps make it so for us. I look down the list
here and down the line, we open the Atlanta stadium in Week
2. We have games down the line including Atlanta at New
England. We have that game ó I think itís Week 7 or 8 at the
end of October. I think there are a couple of storylines for
that one. New England at Denver, Green Bay at Pittsburgh,
Philly at Dallas, Dallas at Oakland. Who knows if thatís a
Super Bowl preview or not in late December.
games are fantastic. We were in Canton, Ohio, opening up the
preseason earlier in the month, and we were honored to have
a Sunday Night Football display, which they unveiled in
Canton, and it was fantastic. As people stood there and
looked at some of the artifacts, there is a loop, a tape
that runs, and itís about five minutes. I sat there and
watched it, as did a lot of people who were surrounding that
display at that point, and I canít believe some of the
incredible things that have happened in the 11 years of this
package. Some amazing moments, and some of the most iconic
moments in football history.
So once again, off we go
in nine days. And once again, nine years now with my
partner, Cris Collinsworth. Cris?
Thank you. I think all of us are genuinely excited. It just
dawned on me that this is my 36th year of doing something
with the National Football League, and itís a little
daunting when you start thinking back at all the different
things youíve been a part of. But to do the preseason game
in Minnesota the other night and to be sitting in the seats
where weíre going to be at the end of this season, itís just
I think Al and I are going to have to cut
back a little bit on our trip to Mannyís so that we donít
come out of there about 350.
But itís an exciting
time. Itís amazing, after 36 years I still feel that same
surge of excitement when we come to this point in the
season. And for all that people want to do with the National
Football League and complain about this and this controversy
and whatever, it really is an interesting time in America
that people sort of have a united interest. No matter where
I go, Iím sure no matter where Al goes, and no matter who
the great company is that you keep, it seems more often than
not the first questions at the dinner table revolve around
the National Football League. So weíre very excited to be a
big part of that.
Thanks, Cris. Yeah, itís been fun here in Minnesota because
itís my hometown. To be ramping up to a Super Bowl where I
live is really exciting and fun, although it can be a
double-edged sword because everyone thinks you can get them
tickets, which is just far from the case. But other than
that, like Al said, our schedule looks terrific. I think
anytime we have a Super Bowl season, it feels really
special, actually you go into the season knowing youíre
going to cap it off with the ultimate game, and that just
makes the whole thing really, really a lot more exciting.
So Iím fired up about it, too. I want Al and Cris to
know that Mannyís is not the only restaurant worth visiting
in Minneapolis, and Iíll educate them before February.
Q. I know youíve debuted in several stadiums in recent
years on Sunday nights. Could you talk about, even though
Iím sure the focus is on the field, just how prominently you
intend to showcase the stadium when you have a new stadium,
and how you might do that with Mercedes-Benz on the 17th?
FRED GAUDELLI: Weíll definitely feature prominently. One
of the things we try to do is create that balance. I was in
Mercedes-Benz Stadium a couple weeks ago when they unveiled
it for the media. Itís spectacular. There are some really
iconic features like halo and the tower, and some of the
cool things Mr. Blank has done with the food service.
So we will definitely be showcasing as much as possible
of the stadium, and just balance it out with the game
coverage. When the game is on the field and thereís action,
that takes precedent. But going in and out of break, and
taking some downtime to talk about it, that will certainly
Q. Anything strike you as unusual or
interesting there in terms of camera positions or shots
youíll be able to get? Obviously big difference from the
Dome, you can see the city from there. Just wondered if any
of that thing kind of struck you?
FRED GAUDELLI: The
thing that strikes you more than anything else is the halo.
That is really unique. Obviously the roof is unique too.
Unfortunately it wonít be open for the first game. But I
think as much as we can do showing off that halo, and I know
it will be up in the catwalk just to look down at it a
little bit and just show you what it looks like in
perspective to the field, and perspective to where people
also sit, to me that is one of the really cool and
distinguishing features about this place.
roof does open, that will be a very distinguishing aspect of
the stadium as well. They opened it up this past Sunday for
us to get some shots for us to use in the promotion of the
game, and obviously during the game on September 17th. Those
are the two things that really strike me more than anything
Q. Al, how do you feel about the whole way the
Thursday night part of the schedule worked out? Last year
there was a perception you werenít necessarily thrilled with
doing both. Now this year youíre not. Mikeís doing it. Do
you like how this played out and how you can just
concentrate on the Sundays again?
AL MICHAELS: Oh,
definitely. One of the reasons we were able to bring Mike
over was the opportunity for him to do NFL games. Iím
excited for him. This is going to work out great for all of
us. For me, just doing the Sunday Night games, you do two
preseason, there are 19 regular seasons counting the
Thursday night opener and Thanksgiving night. Between three
playoff games this year, thatís a pretty full-sized plate
for me. So Iím happy for Mike, and itís going to work out
great for everybody.
Q. Fred, any changes to the
number of cameras or kinds of cameras you guys plan to use
this season? Any new production tools on the docket?
FRED GAUDELLI: Really not much of a change to the number. We
have a pretty prodigious complement as we speak. But we are
going to convert two of our regular Sony 4300 cameras to
X-Mos, so now weíll have a total of seven of those
high-speed replay cameras, which I think are just
spectacular. And in a sport like football where literally
every frame can be the difference between a touchdown or not
or winning or not. I think it helps in the totality of the
coverage of providing the feeds.
We did experiment
with a dual Sky Cam system in Minneapolis this past Sunday
night where one flew at the normal height that people are
used to seeing and one flew much higher, about 50 feet
above, where we did some offensive line and pass patterns
and things of that nature. I thought it was pretty
effective. Wonít be something we use on an every-week basis,
but I can see it coming back for a handful of games during
the season and the postseason.
Q. Speaking of
Minneapolis, any possibility of a sneak peak into some of
those preparations for Super Bowl LII?
Itís still early. We had a survey there yesterday. I think
it was our fourth survey with the league, going over the
camera positions. I think itís one of the most spectacular
stadiums from an architectural standpoint. Itís really cool
with the transparent roof and the way the reflections of the
city in the glass on the sides of the stadium, so weíre
pretty excited about doing the game there.
Q. Al and
Cris, the Carolina Panthers had one of the biggest Super
Bowl hangovers ever last year. You guys saw the first game.
Wondering in addition, Julius Peppers and McCaffrey and
players like that, do you think the Panthers can bounce back
and challenge Atlanta for a conference championship this
AL MICHAELS: Briefly, Iíll say yes, because two
years ago they were great. I mean, almost ran the table.
Again, and I donít know, I donít have to tell you because
youíre down there in Langston, but how healthy is Cam? Is he
100%? Can Cam be Cam? McCaffreyís going to be very exciting
to watch, obviously. Theyíre a terrifically coached team as
well. Have a great deal of respect for Ron Rivera and his
staff. So, yeah. I think there is little doubt that they
should be right in the mix.
CRIS COLLINSWORTH: I
agree with you. I thought that was a pretty big fall. Now
theyíre bringing in some new offensive linemen. I really
kind of canít wait to see what this is going to look like
with McCaffrey in there. What does it mean for Cam? Is it a
little bit more of the quick passing game? Are we going to
see the same sort of number of runs? Heís been such a force
down on the goal line for a number of years. Will he
continue to be that or is he going to be now coming out of
the shoulder stuff, more of a guy thatís going to try to fit
in the pocket where youíve seen other quarterbacks try and
evolve and become that? And weíll have to see if this
defense can be dominant again. I mean, that was a major
changeover in the secondary a season ago, and bringing back
in Julius Peppers, that will be kind of fun to watch this
But do I think theyíre going to catch
Atlanta? My gut is no. Atlanta, for all the talk of
domination of what we saw about the New England Patriots in
this off-season, it sure didnít feel that way when it was
28-3 and weíre all sitting around going, ĎOh, my goodness.
What is this? Is Atlanta one of the truly super teams? Is
this a possible dynasty watching them destroy the Patriots
and Tom Brady and Bill Belichick in this way?í So itís hard
to not think that the Atlanta Falcons are going to bounce
back with what theyíve got on that team.
said the same thing about Carolina the year before.
Q. One follow-up, Cris, on Cam, given what youíve seen of
him, do you think he can make the transition and improve his
mechanics and be able to make the check-down throws and
extend his career? Because he canít continue to take the
punches heís been taking.
CRIS COLLINSWORTH: Yeah, I
would agree with that. Itís a big transition. Instead of
running, now he has to hit that throw consistently in the
flat. He has to hit that swing pass consistently to keep
those drives alive. Clearly thatís what theyíre trying to
get done. And they have to protect him. Matt Kalil has a big
job this year. Theyíre going to have to be better on the
outside. Hopefully theyíre healthy again on the outside with
some of those receivers.
But itís not an automatic,
yeah, for sure, itís going to happen. And Cam is such a
force running the ball, itís almost hard to believe that
when the game is on the line, that instinct is not going to
Q. Al and Cris, I believe this is the 11th
Giants-Cowboys game on a Sunday Night Football package and
the 18th overall for Al. What is it about this rivalry that
maintains that kind of juice for a prime time audience and
makes it special?
AL MICHAELS: Well, you start with
the two markets. New York is the center of the universe in a
lot of areas, including sports. So anytime you have a game
featuring a New York team, obviously, youíve got the great
Metropolitan area, the population, all of that, you know
there is a tremendous amount of interest. Dallas, of course,
not that theyíre Americaís Team or whatever, but they were.
There is a certain patina with that team. There is no doubt
about it. When you look at the ratings through the years, we
canít get enough Cowboy games. Youíve seen that through the
So the Giants and the Cowboys, great
rivals, same division. Terrific way to open up the season.
Itís just exciting. When they get together, it sings. When
people say to me on the street or airport or whatever, ĎWhat
is the game next week,í and I say, ĎGiants-Cowboys,í they
go, ĎYeah.í Itís a lot different than talking about some of
the other match-ups.
CRIS COLLINSWORTH: Yeah, from my
standpoint, the star power just continues to grow. Al
covered the Cowboys and why theyíre always of interest, and
of course the Ezekiel Elliott story and saga now will
continue, Iím sure, right into game day with the Cowboys,
[with] some sort of appeal where he could actually play in
this game? I could make the argument this may be the most
important game on the schedule for either one of these
teams. Itís hard to create a scenario where it doesnít at
least as a pre-season prognostication feel like the Giants
and Cowboys are the two teams to beat in this division.
Then you add in Brandon Marshall and, of course, Odell
Beckham and Eli Manning, and the star power is back on the
defensive side. Watching Jason Pierre-Paul the other day was
spectacular. We saw Janoris Jenkins in the Cowboys game last
year play as well as any corner I saw during the course of
the season. Olivier Vernon has added a great player on that
side. And they were the No. 2 overall defense or something
like that a season ago.
So, I mean, you have
greatness on the field. So you have all of this stuff that
Al is talking about, but itís backed up by great players on
Q. Is there more of a buzz on the sideline
MICHELE TAFOYA: Oh, itís
fantastic. Itís palpable. The Dallas fans love having it.
Just love it. Itís a Ďthrow down the gauntletí kind of game.
The fans are pretty much always fired up in Dallas, but
there is extra juice when the Giants are there. The fans are
rabid. And they get a sprinkling of Giants fans in there,
too, but the home team is in rare form when their division
rival comes to down. Itís a terrific scene.
do you think the Giants might have a window and theyíve got
to take advantage of it before it closes since theyíve got a
CRIS COLLINSWORTH: Yes. I
mean, just look around the league right now. There just
arenít many of those guys. Every year I kind of take a count
as to how many guys playing in the quarterback position that
I think will actually win the Super Bowl. Of course there is
always a year, right, like the Ravens or whatever the case
But for the most part itís the same seven,
eight quarterbacks that are rotating through the
championship game every year, and what weíve seen out of Eli
is that now that he has the weapons ó I mean, this team is
absolutely loaded with weapons. This Evan Engram is going to
be fantastic. Odell Beckham, for all the greatness that he
is. I still think a guy like Brandon Marshall down in the
red zone that could go up and make some plays down there is
going to take even more pressure off of him.
have to tell you, Sterling Shepard, assuming heís okay with
the ankle and all of that, is a great player. But itís going
to come down to Ereck Flowers and Bobby Hart, and itís
amazing whether or not the Giants can get back to the Super
Bowl comes down to probably two of the guys that most people
couldnít name, right? But thatís actually what this team is
about right now.
Q. Michele, you mentioned earlier
that the Super Bowl is coming back to your hometown of
Minneapolis. Can you explain how much youíre looking forward
MICHELE TAFOYA: You know, Iíve lived here now
for close to 25 years, and what I know about Minnesota is
they love to throw a party. They love to show off the best
side of the state and the cities, the Twin Cities, when
there is going to be something big here. They take a real
pride in it.
And that is not to suggest that any
other Super Bowl city doesnít, but I think Minnesotaís a
pretty provincial place. They love boasting about whatís
here and what theyíve developed thatís great. If Prince were
still alive, it would stun me if he wouldnít have been the
halftime act. Thatís the kind of place this is. They love to
I think, too, they know how to embrace the
cold, and theyíve got some really cool stuff thatís going to
be set up for fans to check out in downtown Minneapolis.
Thatís really going to be the center of the activity leading
up to the game.
You know, selfishly for me, itís just
fun to be able to think about driving everywhere and meeting
the crew and doing stuff like that. Itís fun for me, too, to
let people know about the Twin Cities. So often Iím on the
road and people ask me where I live. They know Al lives in
L.A., and they associate Cris with the Cincinnati area
because of his playing career. But when I say Minneapolis,
they kind of look at me like, why? You could live anywhere.
Why would you live in Minneapolis? And while the winters
arenít easy, I think this is an opportunity to showcase why
I do live here and why I love it so much. So itís a source
of pride for a lot of us.
Q. Al and Cris, can you
guys talk about Year 2 of the Carson Wentz-Doug Pederson era
here in Philadelphia?
AL MICHAELS: Iím excited to see
what it brings. Obviously the team got off to a pretty good
start last year and pretty much came back to real life. But
weíve got these guys twice. We talked about Giants-Cowboys.
We also have Eagles-Cowboys. Weíve got a whole bunch of
those games, and theyíre terrific. Weíll have that again
this year. Then we have Philadelphia going into Seattle as
So, you know, itís year two for the coach and
the quarterback, and obviously theyíve upgraded several
positions along the way here. I look for a pretty good
bounceback year for the Eagles.
Yeah, Iíve watched quite a bit of Carson Wentz. He fits the
mold for me. Heís a big, strong, powerful guy, large, who
understands what heís doing. You know, I think heís only
going to develop. I know there were quite a few things that
they wanted to kind of work with his footwork and his
release and different things in the off-season. Frank Reich
and Doug Pedersen, and so now with Alshon and Torrey Smith,
and, you know, LeGarrette Blount, it may be a bigger role
for Darren Sproles. I donít know exactly how this is all
going to play out. But with Lane Johnson back in there
playing the tackle position from the beginning, this is an
interesting team. I donít know where they are exactly on the
back end with their secondary. That was the big question in
my mind coming into this season.
But Iím excited to
see 2.0. So far this season Dak Prescott 2.0 has been very
impressive. Weíll see if Carson Wentz can make that kind of
jump, because thatís what itís all about, right? I already
talked about those eight quarterbacks; the Eagles are trying
to make it to nine that can win a Super Bowl.
Follow-up question, can you guys talk about doing the
Eagles-Cowboys game every year? Because I know, Al, youíve
done several of those games?
AL MICHAELS: Oh, yeah,
and this year it comes late in the season. I think it might
be the Sunday before Thanksgiving. So by that time weíre
going to know, you know, what each team is. And the race, I
expect, to the NFC East should be tight all the way down to
But we talked about that Giants-Cowboys
buzz, there is that same kind of buzz with Philadelphia and
Dallas. That is the great thing about the NFC East. No
matter what you do in terms of those match-ups, the
rivalries are great, no matter which way you want to go, you
throw the Redskins into the mix, you throw in the Giants,
Cowboys and Eagles. So any of those combinations is going to
be terrific. We look forward to a great game, as it was last
year when we had Philly and Dallas going into overtime.
Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele
Tafoya and Executive Producer Fred Gaudelli to Preview
2017 NFL Season
Dial 719-325-4856 to Participate
STAMFORD, Conn. Ė August 28, 2017 Ė The
Sunday Night Football broadcast team of
Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth and
Michele Tafoya join executive producer
Fred Gaudelli to preview the 2017 NFL
season on a media conference call tomorrow,
29 at 3 p.m. ET.
opens with a blockbuster Kickoff Weekend featuring four
2016 playoff teams. First, in NFL Kickoff
2017 on Thursday, Sept. 7, Super Bowl LI champion
New England Patriots host the AFC West Champion Kansas
City Chiefs. Coverage begins on NBC at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Then, on Sept. 10, the NFC East champion Dallas Cowboys
host the New York Giants in the opening Sunday Night
Football game of the season.
SNF HONORED BY PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF
FAME: Earlier this month, NBCís Sunday
Night Football was honored by the Pro Football Hall
of Fame for its record six consecutive TV seasons as
primetime televisionís #1 show. NBC Sunday Night
Football is tied with American Idol for
the most consecutive years atop the charts (since 1950),
based on live plus same day data provided by The Nielsen
Company. NBC Sunday Night Football also ranked
as the No. 1
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seventh consecutive TV season.
2017 NBC SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
|Thurs. Sept. 7
||Kansas City Chiefs
at New England Patriots
|Sun. Sept. 10
||New York Giants at
|Sun. Sept. 17
||Green Bay Packers at
|Sun. Sept. 24
||Oakland Raiders at
|Sun. Oct. 1
at Seattle Seahawks
|*Sun. Oct. 8
||Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Texans
|*Sun. Oct. 15
||New York Giants at
|*Sun. Oct. 22
||Atlanta Falcons at
New England Patriots
|*Sun. Oct. 29
at Detroit Lions
|*Sun. Nov. 5
||Oakland Raiders at
|*Sun. Nov. 12
||New England Patriots
at Denver Broncos
|*Sun. Nov. 19
at Dallas Cowboys
|**Thurs. Nov. 23
||New York Giants at Washington
|*Sun. Nov. 26
||Green Bay Packers at
|*Sun. Dec. 3
at Seattle Seahawks
|*Sun. Dec. 10
||Baltimore Ravens at
|*Sun. Dec. 17
||Dallas Cowboys at Oakland Raiders
|Sat. Dec. 23
||Minnesota Vikings at
Green Bay Packers
|*Sun. Dec. 31
** Thanksgiving Night Game
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