Ducks Host No. 7 Arizona, Arizona State
Jan. 30, 2001
WHAT'S ON TAP . . . The Ducks begin a four game homestand at Mac Court Thursday, Feb. 1 at 7:30 p.m. against No. 7 Arizona. On Sunday, Feb. 4, Oregon hosts Arizona State at 1 p.m. Both games will be carried live nationally on Fox Sports Net.
LINE OF THE WEEK: Frederick Jones: 21.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 4.0 apg, .583 FG Pct. (14-of-24), 1.000 FT Pct. (10-of-10) (two games). The junior guard snapped out of a scoring funk in a big way with 21 points at No. 25 USC and 22 at UCLA. It was the second time this season that the Gresham, Ore., native posted back-to-back 20-point games. Jones hasn't missed a free throw since the Washington game (19 straight) and is hitting a remarkable 96.3 percent (26-of-27) from the free throw line in Pac-10 play. He also recently entered Oregon's career top 10 in steals (73) and three pointers (89). Jones has scored 833 career points entering the weekend and is on pace to become the 22nd member of Oregon's 1,000-point club by season's end.
THE GREAT DANE . . . You've got to give junior center Chris Christoffersen his due. With Julius Hicks out with a sprained ankle, Christofferson scored eight points against USC and followed that with a career-high 15 points at UCLA. The Roenne, Denmark, native went toe-to-toe with the Bruins' Dan Gadzuric and matched the UCLA seven-footer's numbers all the way. Points: 15 each. Rebounds: 7-6 in favor of Big Chris. Field Goal Percentage: .800 for Chris, .500 for Gadzuric. Christofferson's career effort against the Bruins came one week to the day after setting a then-career-high with 11 points against Washington State. Over his last three games, Big Chris is averaging 11.3 points and 3.3 rebounds per game, while shooting 78.6 percent from the floor (11-of-14) and 70.6 percent on free throws (12-of-17).
OREGON TENTATIVE STARTERS
F 33 Luke Jackson 6-7 210 Fr. 7.2 ppg, 3.8 rpgF 42 Bryan Bracey 6-7 210 Sr. 19.4 ppg, 6.9 rpg, .533 FG Pct.C 54 Flo Hartenstein 6-9 260 Sr. 3.1 ppg, 3.6 rpg, .613 FG Pct.G 13 Luke Ridnour 6-2 165 Fr. 8.2 ppg, 2.5 rpg, 4.1 apgG 20 Frederick Jones 6-4 209 Jr. 14.8 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 3.7 apg
HEAD COACH ERNIE KENT . . . Ernie Kent (Oregon `77) is in his fourth year at Oregon. He has a 65-41 ledger with the Ducks and a 10-year career record of 155-121. He won his 150th game as a collegiate head coach Dec. 12 versus Illinois-Chicago (110-87). Kent won more games in his first three seasons as Oregon's head coach (54) than any other Oregon mentor since Howard Hobson (64) from 1935-36 through 1937-38. The former six-year Saint Mary's (Calif.) coach led the Ducks to the NCAA Tournament last season and accomplished some pretty impressive feats along the way: 22 wins was the school's most in 55 years, 13 Pac-10 wins was the most in school history, the first road triumph over a Top 25 opponent since 1977 (67-66 neutral-court win over Wake Forest), a win over the highest-ranked foe since 1995 with the 86-81 upset of No. 3 Arizona. In 1998-99, Kent took the Ducks to a 19-13 mark and a trip to New York City for the NIT Final Four. Prior to St. Mary's, he served two-year tenures as an assistant at Stanford (1990-91) and Colorado State (1988-89).
STOP BUGGING ME . . . Oregon has been remarkably injury-free this season, something that can be attributed to the hard work of strength and conditioning coach Jim Radcliffe and athletic trainer Clay Jamieson. When Julius Hicks missed two games last weekend with a sprained right ankle, he was the first Duck to miss a game due to injury since Flo Hartenstein sat out Oregon's two preseason games recovering from knee surgery.
LUCKY SEVEN . . . Under Ernie Kent, Oregon is 18-8 in its last 26 games decided by seven points or less.
HIGH-FLYING DUCKS . . . Led by the conference's leading scorer Bryan Bracey, Oregon ranks second in the Pac-10 in scoring at 82.9 points per game (Stanford is first at 84.6). The Ducks are also third in the league in field goal percentage (.473) and fourth in free throw percentage (.727). Individually, Bracey leads the Pac-10 in scoring at 19.4 points per game, while Frederick Jones is ninth at 14.8 ppg. Oregon's 110 points scored against Illinois-Chicago is the most in the league so far this season and Bracey's 31 points against Auburn is tied for the top individual performance of the year. Other games in which Oregon has notched the Pac-10's best performance include the 13 three-pointers versus Portland State. See page 5 for a complete list of where UO ranks in the Pac-10 stats.
THREE BALL, CORNER POCKET . . . Oregon leads the Pac-10 with 8.2 three-pointers made per game and ranks second in three-point field goal percentage at .362. Individually, Anthony Norwood is fourth in three-pointers per outing, hitting 2.3 a game. Oregon's 139 threes put it on a pace to hit 230 in this 28-game season and possibly challenge the school record of 243 set in 1998-99 (32 games). The Ducks have made at least 10 three-pointers seven times this season, with a high of 13 coming Nov. 25 against Portland State (two shy of the school record of 15).
THE LIFE OF BRYAN . . . The leading scorer in the Pac-10 coming off a pair 20-point efforts this weekend, senior forward Bryan Bracey continues to be one of the most improved players in 2000-01. After spending last season as Oregon's sixth man averaging 8.1 points and 3.6 rebounds per game, Bracey leads Oregon in scoring and rebounding at 19.4 points and 6.9 boards a game. He is shooting 53.3 percent (100-of-187) from the field. He is the only player in the Pac-10 to rank in the top 10 in scoring (19.4/1st), rebounding (6.9/10th), FG Pct. (.533/10th), FT Pct. (.808/6th) and 3-FG Pct. (.463/2nd). The Chicago, Ill., native recorded his first career double-double in the season opener against Mississippi Valley State with 22 points and 12 rebounds. The 12 boards was a career high. He followed that with a 20-point game in Oregon's road opener at Denver. Bracey was named co-MVP of the Pape Jam after scoring a then-career-high 24 points in Oregon's 91-76 defeat of Massachusetts. Next, he netted 20 in the win over Illinois-Chicago. He followed that with a career-high 31 points and 11 rebounds in the overtime loss to Auburn. Then came 22 points against South Carolina State and 28 points in the Pac-10 opener against Oregon State (24 in the second half). He got his third double-double (23 pts., 10 reb.) in the overtime loss to Washington (plus a career-high five steals) and followed that with 17 points and 10 rebounds against Washington State. He then scored 20 at both USC and UCLA. That's 10 20-point efforts in 17 games! Bracey became the first Duck score 30 points in a game since Alex Scales had 31 against Arizona State, March 2, 2000.
PAC-10 EM-BRACEYS BRYAN . . . Senior forward Bryan Bracey was named the Pac-10 Player of the Week for Dec. 11-17. The Chicago, Ill., native averaged 25.5 points and 9.0 rebounds a game. Bracey scored 20 points on 7-of-9 shooting (.778) with seven rebounds and a pair of assists in Oregon's 110-87 victory over Illinois-Chicago Dec. 12. He followed that with a career-high 31 points and 11 rebounds (second double-double of the season) in the 101-97 overtime loss to Auburn Dec. 16. For the week, Bracey shot 57.1 percent from the field (16-of-28) and 85 percent at the free throw line (17-of-20).
MR. JONES AND ME . . . It was expected that Frederick Jones would see an increase in his scoring average, and he has: 14.8 points per game through 17 games in 2000-01, compared to 9.7 ppg a season ago, but did you know that the junior from Gresham, Ore., has seen significant improvement in rebounding as well? He's second on the team at 5.8 per game (up from 3.9 rpg a year ago). Jones, who now ranks in Oregon's career top 10 in three-point field goals, blocks and steals, was named co-MVP of the Pape Jam after scoring 23 points (matching the second-highest effort of his career) and grabbing nine rebounds in Oregon's 91-76 defeat of Massachusetts. He got his third career double-double in the Jan. 6 win over Oregon State with 18 points and a career-high-tying 11 rebounds. He almost secured the first triple-double at Oregon in nearly 30 years when he had 19 points, eight rebounds and eight assists against WSU. His strong play continued with 21 points at USC and 22 points at UCLA. It was the second time this season Jones has posted consecutive 20-point games.
COOL HAND, LUKE . . . Luke Ridnour, the first true freshman to start at the point for Oregon since Kenya Wilkins in 1993-94, is beginning to hit his stride as Oregon's floor general. The only Duck to start every game this season, Ridnour has nearly a two-to-one assist-to-turnover ratio (70-to-39), is fourth in scoring at 8.2 points per game and leads the team at 4.1 assists per game (sixth in the Pac-10). 'Rid' had a season-high nine assists in the Nov. 25 Portland State game. He had eight assists and no turnovers Feb. 25 at USC. Ridnour followed that with a career-high 16 points at UCLA. He also scored 15 points in the Louisville win. Back in 1993-94, Wilkins set the UO frosh assists record with 142.
FLO MOJO . . . Senior center Flo Hartenstein continues to contribute after preseason knee surgery that caused him to miss nearly all of fall camp. He recently played in his 100th career game Jan. 25 at USC. Flo came off the bench in the opener against Mississippi Valley State for his first appearance of 2000-01. And in typical workman-like form, Hartenstein contributed five points and four rebounds in 13 minutes of action. Against Denver, Flo was again effective off the bench, grabbing nine rebounds with six points and three steals in 23 minutes. He had a steal against USC, leaving the German just four shy of UO's career top 10! Flo was also key off the bench in the Louisville win with a season-high 11 rebounds (one shy of a career high) and eight points. He made his first start of the season Jan. 20 against WSU.
PATIENCE, YOUNG JEDI . . . Freshman Luke Jackson, whose hometown of Creswell is just down the road from Eugene, has lived up to his Oregon State Player of the Year reputation. He led the team in scoring at Cal with 12 points and led the team in rebounding at Stanford with seven. Then he scored 15 points (one shy of his career high) with six boards against Washington. He got his first collegiate start against Washington State and scored nine points with seven rebounds. Jackson scored a career-high 16 points in the 110-87 defeat of UIC on Dec. 12. He's averaging 7.2 points and 3.8 rebounds per game.
JULIUS' HOOKS . . . Senior center Julius Hicks is second in the Pac-10 in field goal percentage. He's shooting 61.3 percent from the field for the year (49-of-80). The long arms Hicks have also been on display this year. On the season, Hicks has 18 blocks and ranks fifth in the Pac-10 (1.20 bpg). His 18 blocks this season is almost halfway to Oregon's season record of 42, set by Blair Rasmussen in 1984. He's also just five blocks shy of entering the season top 10 at 23 (Henry Madden, 1997). The San Francisco native is averaging 7.7 points and 5.0 rebounds per game.
ON THE MARK ANTHONY . . . Junior guard Anthony Norwood was one of Oregon's best players down the stretch last season and the Tucson, Ariz., native has continued his solid play through this season's first 17 games. Norwood set career highs in points and assists during the 99-90 win at Denver. He scored 25 points, which easily surpassed his previous high of 19 (set last year against Denver) and dished out seven assists. Through this year's first 17 games, Norwood is third on the team in scoring (11.7 ppg) and leads the team with 39 threes.
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE BENJAMINS . . . Ben Lindquist certainly settled into the role of super sub during the month of December. He had seven points against Massachusetts, four against Illinois-Chicago, a career-high tying 13 against Auburn, eight at Northern Arizona and 10 at Louisville. His shooting percentage during the month was remarkable for a guard: .560 (14-of-25). The junior from St. George, Utah, also seems to like playing Denver. He set his career high last season versus the Pioneers (13) and nearly matched that effort this year (12), with a pair of key threes off the bench.
ABOUT ARIZONA . . . The Wildcats are ranked No. 7 in this week's Associated Press poll with a 14-5 overall record (6-1 in the Pac-10). The Wildcats' five starters all average double figures, led by junior forward Michael Wright at 16.5 points per game. Sophomore guard Gilbert Arenas is next at 15.8 points per game, followed by senior center Loren Woods (13.5), sophomore guard Jason Gardner (12.6) and junior forward Richard Jefferson (11.1). All but Jefferson rank among the Pac-10's top 20 scorers. Woods leads the league in blocked shots with 2.8 per game.
TENTATIVE ARIZONA STARTERS
F 2 Michael Wright 6-7 238 Jr. 16.5 ppg, 8.0 rpgF 44 Richard Jefferson 6-7 222 Jr. 11.1 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 3.1 apgC 3 Loren Woods 7-1 244 Sr. 13.5 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 2.8 bpgG 0 Gilbert Arenas 6-3 188 So. 15.8 ppg, 3.8 rpgG 22 Jason Gardner 5-10 181 So. 12.6 ppg, 3.2 rpg
ABOUT ARIZONA STATE . . . The Sun Devils are 8-10 overall and still searching for their first Pac-10 win of the season (0-7). Junior forward Awvee Storey leads the Pac-10 in rebounding at 9.3 per game and is ASU's top scorer at 13.3 points per game. Senior guard Alton Mason is at 12.7 points per game. ASU has been hit hard in the injury department as a pair of sophomores who logged key minutes as freshmen - Tanner Shell (broken hand) and Justin Allen (Hodgkin's Disease) are redshirting this season. But on the mend is junior center Chad Prewitt, who finally got back to nearly 100 percent last Wednesday versus Arizona after spraining his right ankle Jan. 9. Prewitt had 18 points in a loss to the Wildcats. The Sun Devils play at Oregon State Thursday night before Sunday's game in Eugene.
TENTATIVE ARIZONA STATE STARTERS
F 11 Avwee Storey 6-6 221 Jr. 13.3 ppg, 9.3 rpgF 42 Shawn Redhage 6-7 214 So. 9.9 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 2.6 apgC 52 Chad Prewitt 6-9 241 Jr. 9.9 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 2.0 apgG 1 Alton Mason 6-1 186 Sr. 12.7 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 3.6 apgG 2 Donnell Knight 6-7 200 So. 11.8 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 2.6 apg
CLIMBING THE CHARTS . . . Flo Hartenstein and Frederick Jones are wasting no time in trying to leave their marks on the Oregon career charts. Jones is now ranked in the career top 10 in three categories: three-point field goals, blocks and steals. He had five three pointers over the weekend to tie for seventh at 89 with Antoine Stoudamire (1991-93). Next up is former teammate Alex Scales (104/1998-2000). Jones recently joined the steals list after two swipes in Los Angeles. He now has 73 career steals and is tied for 10th with Darryl Parker (1993-95) and Terik Brown (1995-99). Jones had his 52nd career block in the Washington State game, which ranks seventh. Next up is Mike Carson, who had 53 from 1994-99. Hartenstein, with 36 career blocks, is just one away from joining the top 10 himself, while Julius Hicks needs eight more to crack the top 10. Hicks needs just five more blocks to enter the single-season top 10. On the other side of the coin, Hartenstein had a steal in the USC game, which leaves the German with 69 career and just four shy from entering that career top 10.
FRESH FACES . . . Oregon got a look at its future in the Nov. 25 84-66 defeat of Portland State. All four freshmen set then-career highs in scoring, led by forward Luke Jackson's 13 (all in the second half). Guard Luke Ridnour scored 12 with a career-high nine assists, while guard James Davis added 10 points (three three-pointers) and center Jay Anderson had four.
TOP OF THE CLASS . . . Oregon's 1999-2000 recruiting class was rated best in the West by most services, including Bob Gibbons and Hoop Scoop's Clark Francis. The four freshmen who make up this stellar class are Parade and McDonald's All-American Luke Ridnour (6-2, 165, PG, Blaine, Wash./Blaine HS), Oregon 3A player of the year Luke Jackson (6-7, 210, F, Creswell, Ore./Creswell HS), sharp-shooter James Davis (5-10, 170, G, Vancouver, Wash./Evergreen HS) and Jay Anderson (6-9, 220, C, Faribault, Minn./Faribault HS). UO's list of newcomers also includes junior forward Mark Michaelis (6-10, 230, F, South Jordan, Utah), a transfer from Brigham Young.
DICKIE V SAYS . . . That Oregon freshman point guard Luke Ridnour is good. How good? Vitale, the ESPN harbinger of over-the-top college basketball analysis, tabbed Ridnour as the Pac-10's 'Diaper Dandy,' aka, his freshman of the year.
UCLA RECAP . . . Matt Barnes scored a career-high 26 points and sparked UCLA's second-half comeback as the Bruins beat Oregon 98-88 Jan. 27 in Pauley Pavilion. Frederick Jones led Oregon with 22 points, while Bryan Bracey added 20, Luke Ridnour scored 16 and Chris Christoffersen had 15. The points were career highs for Christoffersen and Ridnour. Earl Watson added 20 points and seven assists, Jason Kapono had 18 points and Dan Gadzuric 15 points for the Bruins. UCLA stepped up its full-court defense in the second half against the second-highest scoring team in the conference. Trailing by 10, the Bruins used a 35-17 run to take a 77-65 lead. Barnes had 10 points in the spurt, including a dunk off his own steal at midcourt. Oregon, which has lost 17 straight on UCLA's home court, contended with foul trouble during the Bruins' scoring burst. The Ducks had three players foul out, including centers Flo Hartenstein and Christoffersen, who had a career-high seven rebounds. Despite the absence of their big men, the Ducks controlled the boards, 40-33. UCLA's effort to get back into the game and take a commanding lead seemed to wear out the Bruins. That allowed the Ducks to rally briefly and cut their deficit to 82-77 with 4:33 remaining. But Kapono answered with a 3-pointer, then Barnes scored four straight as the Bruins pulled away.
USC RECAP . . . The No. 25 Southern California Trojans played 35 minutes of solid basketball, then held on nervously. Up by 16 with 5:08 remaining, the Trojans were outscored 18-5 over the next 3:37 before finally putting Oregon away 78-74 Jan. 25 at the L.A. Sports Arena. Sam Clancy had 21 points and five blocks and Brian Scalabrine added 20 points for USC. Despite their furious finish, the Ducks got no closer than three points in the waning moments. Frederick Jones had 21 points in the loss, and Bryan Bracey had 20. The Trojans were up 68-52 with 5:08 remaining before the Ducks narrowed the gap to 73-70 on Jones' layup and free throw with 1:31 left. But Clancy hit a jumper to build the lead back to 75-70 with one minute remaining, and the Ducks got no closer than three the rest of the way. Scalabrine had nine rebounds as the Trojans dominated the boards 36-18. The Trojans also held the Ducks 10 points below their average of 84.3 a game, which had ranked them No. 16 nationally in offense. USC opened a 13-point lead during the first half, was up 35-25 at halftime and seemed in control until Oregon's late rally. Luke Ridnour added eight assists with no turnovers for the Ducks.
WASHINGTON STATE RECAP . . . Frederick Jones scored 19 points and Bryan Bracey added 17 as Oregon defeated undermanned Washington State 81-66 Jan. 20 at Mac Court. The win ended the Ducks' three-game losing streak and sent the Cougars to their 29th straight Pac-10 road loss. Bracey and Jones, the Ducks' top-two scorers and rebounders, were held out of the starting lineup for the first time this season. Jones had eight rebounds and eight assists, while Bracey added 10 rebounds (fourth double-double of the season) for Oregon. Chris Christoffersen came off the bench to score a then-career-high 11 points for the Ducks. The Cougars dressed only seven players because head coach Paul Graham sent six players back to Pullman for violating an unspecified team rule. Among the missing were starter Framecio Little and reserve Eddie Miller, Washington State's second leading scorer at 10.1 points per game. Still, the Cougars made a game of it until a 24-10 second-half run gave the Ducks a 62-43 lead. David Adams led Washington State with 19 points.
WASHINGTON RECAP . . . Curtis Allen slipped through Oregon's defense for a layup with six seconds left in overtime to help Washington upset Oregon 72-71 Jan. 18 at Mac Court. Luke Ridnour sank a jumper at the buzzer, but officials ruled the shot came too late. Thalo Green had a career-high 22 points and Curtis Allen added 12 to lead the Huskies (8-9, 2-3 Pac-10), who beat Oregon at McArthur Court for the second straight season for the first time since 1981-82. Bryan Bracey, who entered the game leading the Pac-10 in scoring at 19.2, had 23 points and 10 rebounds for the Ducks (10-4, 1-3). Eighteen of his points came in the second half and in overtime. Luke Jackson added 15 for the Ducks. Washington led from the start of the game until the final minute, when a pair of free throws by Bracey put the Ducks ahead 62-61 with 47.5 seconds left. Another free throw by Bracey with 18 seconds left gave the Ducks a two-point lead. But a layup by Allen with 11 seconds left tied the score and sent the game into overtime. In the extra period, the teams traded baskets until Bracey put Oregon on top 71-70 with 50 seconds to go. A missed shot by Washington, followed by an Oregon turnover, gave the ball back to the Huskies with under 10 seconds to play. Allen weaved into the lane between Oregon defenders and laid the ball off the backboard for the game-winner. It was the third time in the last five meetings that Ducks and Huskies have gone to overtime.
STANFORD RECAP . . . Jason Collins' brawn, Casey Jacobsen's bombs and some tough defense propelled Stanford to a victory befitting the nation's top-ranked team. Collins had a career-high 24 points and 12 rebounds, and Jacobsen hit four 3-pointers and had 20 points as Stanford beat Oregon 100-76 Jan. 13 at Maples Pavilion. The Cardinal were impressive and businesslike in their ninth straight victory over the Ducks. Stanford made an exciting 26-7 rally in the first half highlighted by 11 points from Collins, who made all eight of his free throws. A 16-3 run midway through the second half gave Stanford a 26-point lead which briefly stretched to 29. Jarron Collins, Jason's twin, spent the first half in foul trouble and scored all 13 of his points in the second half, while reserve center Curtis Borchardt had 11 points and Ryan Mendez nine. Anthony Norwood had 14 for the Ducks, who met the nation's No. 1 team for the first time in six years, while Luke Jackson added 10 points and seven rebounds.
CALIFORNIA RECAP . . . Sean Lampley had 23 points and 10 rebounds as California beat Oregon 78-62 Jan. 13 in Berkeley to snap the Ducks' four-game winning streak. Nick Vander Laan added 14 points and seven rebounds for Cal in their Pacific-10 Conference home opener. The Bears moved to 8-0 this season at home. Oregon was led by Luke Jackson with 12 points, and leading scorer Bryan Bracey was held to 10. The Ducks led by as many as five points several times in the first half. But Cal went on a 13-3 run with four minutes left to take a 38-33 lead into the break. The Bears held the Ducks to just 26 points and 26.5 percent shooting in the second half. Cal took a 46-35 lead on Joe Shipp's layup, and built their advantage to 74-53 with 2:33 left in the game.
OREGON STATE RECAP . . . Bryan Bracey scored 24 of his 28 points in the second half as Oregon recovered from an early deficit to rout Oregon State 84-66 Jan. 6 at Mac Court in the Pac-10 opener for both teams. Freddie Jones added 18 points and Anthony Norwood 17 for the Ducks, who have won 14 of 15 against their in-state rival. Deaundra Tanner scored 20 points and Jason Heide had 17 for the Beavers, who ended the game with only seven healthy players after starters Adam Masten and Brian Jackson fouled out. Bracey scored just four points on 2-of-6 shooting in the first half, when the Ducks trailed by as many as 13 before tying it at halftime. Bracey began his burst by hitting a 13-foot jumper 2:23 into the second half. On the next possession, he nailed a 3-pointer, the first of four straight for the Ducks. Bracey finished a 13-0 run with a spectacular two-handed reverse dunk on a lob from Jones that pushed Oregon's lead to 55-38. By the time Bracey completed his flurry - on a difficult baseline jumper - Oregon led 65-44 with just under 10 minutes to go. During a 14:05 stretch beginning in the first half, Oregon outscored the Beavers 56-19. Oregon, leading the Pac-10 in 3-pointers at 8.8 per game, made eight of 16 in the second half. The Beavers figured to slow the tempo against Oregon, which had been averaging 87.4 points per game. But Oregon State came out gunning, making its first seven shots to take a 17-5 lead. Trailing 28-15, the Ducks went on a 10-0 run, highlighted by successive 3-pointers by Luke Ridnour and Jones. Oregon got within 32-30 on a layup and free throw by Julius Hicks. Heide picked up his fourth foul on the play, after receiving his third only 90 seconds earlier. With no other big men to replace him, coach Ritchie McKay had to leave Heide in. A driving reverse layup by Jones tied it 32-all at halftime.
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