Cats Versus Sun Devils

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Nov. 24, 2003

The Season:

Date Game - TV Score AttenA 30 Texas-El Paso W 42-7 40,264S 6 #13 LSU (TBS national) L 13-59 46,110S 13 Oregon (TBS national) L 10-48 40,462S 20 at #25 Purdue L 7-59 52,310S 27 #19 TCU (*FSNA/KWBA-58) L 10-13 40,515O 4 at #14 Wash. State (FSNA) L 7 -30 34,923O 11 UCLA (FSN national) L 21-24 44,481O 25 at California L 14-42 33,249N 1 at Oregon State (*FSNA) L 23-52 36,168N 8 Washington (*FSNA) W 27-22 48,319N 15 #2 USC (TBS national) L 0-45 39,201N 28 at Arizona State (FSN) 1 p.m. MST*Tape Delay

The Game - The University of Arizona Wildcats (2-9, 1-6 in the Pac-10) close the 2003 season with a nationally televised (Fox Sports Net) game in Tempe, Ariz., against the Arizona State Sun Devils (4-7, 1-6) on Friday, Nov. 28. Kickoff in 73,379-seat Sun Devil Stadium is set for 1 p.m. Steve Physioc and Tom Ramsey will describe the action for Fox Sports Net.

Some Game Themes - The battle for the Territorial Cup, making it the oldest trophy game recognized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association... Two teams fighting for a measure of pride to close a pair of rugged seasons... Arizona officially closes the three-year John Mackovic era, though the former UA head coach has not been on the UA sideline since Sept. 27... UA mentor Mike Hankwitz, thrust into a most unenviable position as head coach after that date, will give it his all. He's been in the rivalry before... The Cats face a 10th opponent that has been ranked at some point this year, albeit a while back... The victor takes ninth place in the league standings and relegates its neighbor to a first-ever solo 10th-place finish... Arizona fights like Wildcats to avoid losing 10 games in a season... Aside from all that, this game underscores some of the compelling features of college football for the players: put on your goods against your natural rival, walk on the field, feel the heat of competition, get focused and get after it in a game you will never forget...

The Series- Arizona leads, 43-32-1, in a series dating to 1899... ASU has won three of the last four, Arizona has won six of the last 10... In games played at Sun Devil Stadium the ledger is even at 10-10-1, while UA leads in games played in Tempe, 17-15-1.... Arizona State won last year in Tucson, 34-20, while UA captured the last game played in Tempe, 31-24, in 2001...

The Coaches - Arizona: Mike Hankwitz (Michigan '70), leads UA into his sixth game as UA's head coach (1-5). The odd opportunity - a mid-season agreement to weather a storm - is his first head coaching job. Hankwitz, who joined the UA staff last spring, was appointed Sept. 28 after John Mackovic was relieved of duties. He is in his second stint at Arizona and has a noted background with more than 30 years of collegiate work at Michigan, Arizona, Purdue, Western Michigan, Colorado, Kansas and Texas A&M. He has been a defensive coordinator for the past 16 seasons and 19 overall. Hankwitz was a top assistant on Jim Young's Arizona clubs that posted a 1-3 mark against Arizona State from 1973-76. Arizona State: Dirk Koetter (Idaho State '81). third year at ASU (16-20) and sixth year overall (42-30). Koetter is 1-1 against Arizona.

Arizona's Last Game - USC showed why its No. 2 ranking was real with a more-than-convincing 45-0 shutout over the Cats. The Trojans simply didn't make mistakes, took Arizona's relatively new-found bread-and-butter rushing game away, and used its marquee weapons to great advantage. USC wide receiver Mike Williams caught 11 passes for 157 yards and three touchdowns. A stable of running USC tailbacks combined for 220 rushing yards. Sophomore quarterback Matt Leinart completed 22 of 30 passes (73 percent) for 296 yards and four scores. The Cats, shut out for the first time in 12 seasons, couldn't respond after the boys from Troy took a 21-0 lead 20 minutes into the game. The Trojans' defense held Arizona to 195 net yards in total offense, plus turned the Cats away on their two scoring-threat possessions inside the USC 20 yard-line. Arizona suffered eight possessions of three-and-out, including three possessions that ended with minus-yardage. UA freshman quarterback Kris Heavner suffered three interceptions and a rugged 11-for-30 night. UA tailback Mike Bell - who had rushed for a pile of yards in his previous four outings, was held to 14 net yards on his 14 carries. USC's halftime lead of 35-0 came on scoring drives of less than two minutes each and an average of 1:30, but the Trojans finished the evening with an edge of more than 11 total minutes in time of possession. One of many reasons - 32 first downs, despite a modest 6-for-13 third down conversion rate. It all added up to 587 total yards in offense for USC and 195 for Arizona. Without any scores, UA kicked off only once - and USC returned it 58 yards. It was one of those days. It gave an Arizona team nine losses in a season for the first time in its 104-year football history. It also was a 15th consecutive loss to a ranked team for the Wildcats.

Noting the Sun Devils...

Arizona State University ** Tempe ** Enrollment: 45,693 ** Colors: Maroon & Gold ** Conference: Pacific-10 ** 2002 Record: 8-6

...Junior quarterback Andrew Walter, a two-year regular, already is No. 2 on ASU's career passing chart with 7,186 yards. A modest senior year moves him past Jake Plummer at 8,827 yards into the top spot. This year he has eight 200-yard games, four 300-yard games and one 400-yard game, and has tossed 21 touchdown passes to hit No. 6 on the single-season chart in that category. His 52 career TD throws are No. 3 behind the legendary ASU masters, Plummer (65) and Danny White (64)... He attempted 58 passes, third highest in ASU history, in the Devils' shootout victory at North Carolina on Oct. 18, 33-31. His season numbers would be better if not for an ankle sprain against UCLA Oct. 25... Two frequent targets are sophomore receiver Derek Hagan, who has five 100-yard games this year and a total of 58 receptions, 921 yards and eight scores; and senior wideout Skyler Fulton, who has 57 grabs, 795 yards and nine scores... ASU place kicker Jesse Ainsworth helps UA face yet another team with high-percentage field-goal kicking. He's made 10 of his 14 tries including 8 for 9 inside 39 yards... Punter Tim Parker has knocked 22 of his 70 punts inside the opponents' 20 yard-line and is averaging 43.4 yards per kick. He was on the preseason watch list for the Ray Guy Award... Junior safeties Jason Shivers and Riccardo Stewart lead the Sun Devils with three interceptions apiece. Three other players have two each and ASU has picked off 15 passes this year. Its turnover margin (-4 overall) would be better if the Devils hadn't lost 14 of 20 fumbles... Shivers leads the club with 93 tackles, and he's likely to be the team leader for a third consecutive year. Both Shivers and Stweart were on the preseason Thorpe Award waqtch list... ASU has rushed for only 10 touchdowns this year (same as Arizona)... Arizona take on ASU's historical winning percentage of 74 percent (220-78-3) in Sun Devil Stadium...

Arizona in 2003 Statistical RankingsCategory/Figure NCAA Pac-10Rushing/124.8 84 5Passing/169.6 101 10Pass Eff./90.03 114 10Total Offense/294.4 109 9Scoring/15.8 112 10Rush Def./178.7 82 10Pass Def./279.1 110 9Pass Eff. Def./148.00 108 10Total Def./457.8 107 10Scoring Def./36.5 109 10Net Punting/35.4 66 9Punt Ret./5.5 112 9KOR/17.1 110 9Turnover Margin/-.45 93 9Fumbles Lost/6 6 1Fumbles Rec./16 9 4Passes Had Int./22 111 10Passes Intercepted/7 105 10Turnovers Gained/23 49 7Turnovers Lost/28 92 6Individual Top 50:Punting - D. Baugher 42.6 31 5Forced Fumb - G. Love 3 24 5

Pac-10 All-Academic Honors

Special teams player and reserve defensive back Lee Patterson earned second-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors last week. The senior marketing major carries a 3.15 grade point average. Four others earned honorable mention - sophomore punter Danny Baugher, sophomore tackle Tanner Bell, sophomore quarterback Nic Costa and redshirt freshman place kicker Nick Folk.

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The Last Time vs. Arizona State - Nov. 29, 2002, Arizona Stadium, Tucson

Arizona's first two possessions ended in an interception and a blocked punt, harbingers of an eventual five-turnover afternoon in a 34-20 Territorial Cup Game loss to Arizona State. The second gaffe set up the first score, an ASU field goal. UA took the lead, 7-3, after a 70-yard drive sparked by a 40-yard pass from Jason Johnson to Lance Relford. Two minutes later Ray Wells intercepted an ASU pass and ran to the ASU 2 yard-line, but UA fumbled the ball on the succeeding play and the Devils marched 94 yards for a 10-7 lead. The Cats answered with a 10-play 80-yard drive and the first of two Beau Carr rushing touchdowns to regain the lead with moments left in the first half. An ASU field goal tied the contest early in the third quarter, but UA again answered with a 73-yard drive for its final lead at 20-13. After that, the Devils did all the scoring, largely behind the efforts of Big Game MVP Mike Williams, who eventually toted the ball 40 times for 162 rushing yards and four touchdowns, all from inside the 10 yard-line. He scored three of those in the last 17 minutes of the game. ASU converted 10 of 17 third-down plays, totaled 461 yards, punted only once and was six of eight in red-zone opportunities. The running game helped ASU hold a 12-minute advantage in time of possession. UA's Johnson threw for 269 yards and Bobby Wade had six grabs for 109 yards, but was kept out of the end zone. Lance Briggs had15 tackles in his final appearance for the Cats.

Miscellany of Late...

...UA's defense actually had some staunch efforts against Southern California, holding the Trojans to four scores on seven penetrations beyond the Cats 20 yard-line... One improbable stop halted a 20-play 95-yard drive when USC had a 1st-and-goal at the Arizona 3 yard-line and was stopped on two 1-yard runs, a missed pass and a no-gainer on 4th-and-goal... A week earlier, Washington had seven forays into Arizona territory (among others) when they came away with zero points...

...Linebacker Joe Siofele's 12-tackle game vs. No. 2 USC was his third double-digit effort of the year and the Cats' ninth. He had 11 tackles against TCU and 11 against California... Clay Hardt also has three double-digit performances out of the rover position - 10 against Oregon, 13 against TCU and 14 against Washington... Safeties Darrell Brooks (13 vs. LSU, 10 at Purdue) and Lamong Means (11 at WSU) are the other Cats who had 10 or more tackles in games this year...

...Arizona has not made a field goal in the non-John Mackovic era of 2003. The Cats'last good one was Sept. 27 against TCU, by Bobby Gill... Of course, Arizona only has attempted five field goals since that date. Actually, the three-pointer just wasn't much of a feature in Arizona football games this year - opponents made 11 of 16, Arizona was 2 for 10. Nick Folk (0-2) and Bobby Gill (2-8) have combined to hit 20 percent of their tries....

...Defensive end Marcus Smith joined DE Matt Molina as the two players to have two sacks in a game this year, after his pair against Cody Pickett. Smith has 15 tackles in the last two games...

...Arizona has not blocked a kick this year. Opponents have blccked two punts...

...Cornerback Gary Love is listed in the national Top 25 with three forced fumbles. He has four in his career. The Cats' single-season record is five shared by a pair of All-American inside linebackers - Ricky Hunley in 1983 and Chris Singleton in 1988...

...UA has been held scoreless in the first half in eight games this season, trailing overall in that stanza by a 217-69 margin. The Cats held one team scoreless in the first half - UTEP - so since the opener the margin has been 217-34...

...The shutout by No. 2 USC snapped a streak of 146 consecutive games the Cats scored in - since Oct. 5, 1991, in a 54-0 loss at Washington... ... One more punt and Arizona ties its team season record with 92. The 1971 team (led by Marty Shuford, 91 for 38.2) kicked 92 in 11 games and the 1967 team kicked 92 punts in 10 games...

Arizona Head Coach Mike Hankwitz

The Wildcat camp felt it made a sensational hire shortly before spring practice when Mike Hankwitz was tabbed to be defensive coordinator. He brought a different defensive approach and helped infuse new energy into the UA unit.

Then, six weeks into the season, Hankwitz was entrusted with more responsibility -- athletics director Jim Livengood secured his agreement Sept. 28 to serve as interim head coach for the rest of the season. He became UA's 27th head coach in its century-plus football history.

Long appreciated for his defensive success, Hankwitz, 55, has the reins of a program for the first time. The results have been promising despite the Cats' lack of a break-through won-loss record. The UA began a national search for the Wildcats' 28th head coach shortly after Mackovic's departure, and Hankwitz' stewardship of the program was critical to the program's development. He was interviewed for the permanent job this week.

Hankwitz joined the staff in March, delaying the start of spring practice a week or so, as the defensive staff installed the 3-4 defense and shelved the double-eagle flex UA had used since 1992. Injuries and some other losses of personnel since the conclusion of spring practice have since made it necessary for Hankwitz and the defensive staff to change the scheme to a 4-3.

Defensive coordinator at Texas A&M for the previous six years and a 33-year veteran of the coaching profession, Hankwitz' knowledge of the game and ability to teach have been a staple for many programs. He was coordinator and inside linebackers coach at Kansas from 1995-96, coordinator and outside linebackers coach at Colorado from 1988-94, outside linebackers and punt team coach for the Buffaloes from 1985-87 and coordinator and secondary coach at Western Michigan from 1982-84. Prior to that he served as outside linebackers and punters coach at Purdue from 1977-81 and was with the Arizona program under Jim Young from 1973-76, serving as defensive coordinator his final season in Tucson.

A 1970 graduate of Michigan and a three-year letterman, Hankwitz played on the Wolverines' 1969 Rose Bowl squad. He entered the coaching profession in 1970 as a graduate assistant, serving until 1972 when he was hired by Young to join the successful Wildcat teams of the early 1970s that posted a four-year record of 31-13 including twin 9-2 years in 1974-75.

As architect of Texas A&M's 'Wrecking Crew' defense, Hankwitz led the Aggies to Top-10 ratings in total defense, passing or scoring defense in 1988, 2000 and 2001. He coached Lombardi Award and Bednarik Award winner Day Nguyen in 1998, and coached three major national award winners at Colorado - Jim Thorpe Award winners Deon Figures ('92) and Chris Hudson ('94), and Butkus Award winner Alfred Williams ('90). He has coached nearly 20 players who later became National Football League professionals, including five punters. A noted special teams coach, seven of his punt teams ranked in the national top 10 during his 10 years at Colorado. The Buffaloes had the nation's sixth-best winning percentage in the nation from 1988-94.

Overall as a defensive coordinator, programs Hankwitz has worked with have posted a record of 149-71-6 during his tenure. Further, Hankwitz has more bowl experience than any other UA coach, with the Rose Bowl appearance as a player and 18 other bowl teams as a coach, including the 1990 Colorado national championship club, three Big Eight title squads, to Big Ten title teams, two Big 12 South title winners and one Big 12 championship club.

Hankwitz has the task of performing both head coaching duties and his normal workload as defensive coordinator. Some coaches do run their club's defense, but they have a 10th man on the staff. Arizona's mid-year switch from Mackovic to Hankwitz puts a bit of a burden on the latter to go both ways. Hankwitz has given considerable rein to coordinator Mike Deal and the offensive staff, but has spoken of the wider view and how it's an important aspect of his two-job situation. For the record, he remains in his coordinator's quarters and has not moved into the office occupied by UA's previous mentor.

Senior Adieu

The Wildcats graduate a small class of seniors who will see their final collegiate action in the Territorial Cup game, including seven four-year lettermen. One, offensive tackle Brandon Phillips, was injured earlier in the year and missed the final nine games. The other four-year lettermen are rover linebacker Cay Hardt of Marana, Ariz.; cornerback Michael Jolivette of Houston; cornerback Gary Love of Los Angeles; receiver Lance Relford of Houston; offensive guard Reggie Sampay of Houston; and linebacker Joe Siofele of Waipahu, Hawaii. Linebacker Matt Molina of Scottsdale, Ariz. earned three letters in his career, defensive tackle Carl Tuitavuki of Oakland, Calif., was a two-year letterwinner after transferring from junior college. Squadman Lee Patterson earned some playing time his final two years. Patterson earned second-team Pac-10 All-Academic Football Team honors last week for his 3.15 cumulative grade point average in marketing. Three other seniors in the class are no longer with the program - Clarence Farmer, Andrae Thurman and Juan Valentine, while academic senior Tim Taylor has another year of football eligibility and plans to return next year.

Cats' Nine Lives are Gone

Arizona has lost nine games in a season for the first time in its history. No matter what happens Nov. 28, Arizona will record its worst record since the1957 Wildcats finished 1-8-1 under Ed Doherty. A quartet of Arizona WAC clubs recorded 3-victory seasons (3-7 in 1965 and 1966 under Jim LaRue, 3-6-1 under Darrell Mudra in 1967 and 3-7 under Bob Weber in 1969). UA was 2-7-1 in 1949 under Bob Winslow, the last (and only) 2-victory season since teams began playing round-robin 8-, 9- or 1-game seasons.

Season Odds & Ends...

Swarm Gone ...Purdue's 580 yards in total offense against UA this year was the ninth-largest figure in UA history. Of the top 10 figures charted by opponents, four of them have come in the past eight seasons...

Plays ...UA is in danger of allowing the most plays per game by an opponent in its history... The team already has allowed the most total plays by opponents - 883 (snapping the mark of 874 by the 1971 team), and the average is 80.2 per game (compared to 79.5 by that '71 club). If ASU gets to run 72 plays the Cats would establish a new mark at 79.6 per game...

Yards ...Arizona will set a new low-water mark for total offense per game allowed. It enters the ASU game allowing 457.8 yards per contest, blowing away the record of 405.3 given up by the 1991 Arizona club. UA could hold ASU to zero yards and still set the record at 419.7 yards per game. The 2003 club also has tied the 1999 club by allowing 500 yards in total offense three times in one season... Arizona has given up more than 300 yards in total offense 10 times this year, five more games than any previous Arizona team (five in 1949)...

Points ...The Wildcats have given up 48 touchdowns, rushing or passing. If ASU scores two conventional touchdowns, UA will set a defensive low-water mark of 4.2 touchdowns allowed (rushing or passing) per game...

Passing ...It's hard to keep harping on these points... UA will establish another bathtub-ring defensive mark sometime in the first half Nov. 28. The Cats are allowing 279 passing yards per game. The record is 258 by the 2001 club. The Sun Devils need to throw for 27 yards to pin that one on the UA...

Timely ...Arizona has been severely economical when it scores. Its 25 scoring drives have covered an average of 63 yards, used 5.3 plays and taken 1:59 off the clock. One reason is that 11 of those scoring drives were capped by scoring plays averaging 50.4 yards - similar to Mike Bell's three scoring runs against Washington that averaged 58 yards.

2003 Arizona Football Depth Chart - Arizona State week, Nov. 28

WR 84 Ricky Williams, 6-2, 209, *Jr., 1L, Los Angeles, Calif. (Verbum Dei) 83 Mike Jefferson, 6-1, 205, *Fr., RS, El Paso, Texas (Parkland)LT 59 Chris Johnson, 6-3, 323, *Jr., 1L, Houston, Texas (North Shore)69 John Abramo, 6-4, 294, *So., SQ, Los Altos Hills, Calif. (St. Francis)LG 75 Reggie Sampay, 6-3, 298, Sr., 3L, Houston, Texas (North Shore) 78 Phil Clark, 6-4, 306, Jr., JC, Newbury Park, Calif. (NPHS/Moorpark CC)C 67 Keoki Fraser, 6-3, 301, *Jr., 2L, Kailua, Hawaii (Kailua) 63 Tom Robinson, 6-4, 317, Jr., JC, La Mirada, Calif. (LMHS/Fordham/Cerritos)RG 66 Kili Lefotu, 6-5, 309, So., 1L, Riverside, Calif. (Arlington) 71 Erick Levitre, 6-1, 262, *Fr., RS, Ben Lomond, Calif. (San Lorenzo Valley)RT 69 John Abramo, 6-4, 294, *So., SQ, Los Altos Hills, Calif. (St. Francis) 72 Tanner Bell, 6-8, 314, So., 1L, Castroville, Calif. (North Monterey County)TE 87 Steve Fleming, 6-6, 260, *Jr., 2L, Scottsdale, Ariz. (Chaparral) 46 Matt Padron, 6-5, 265, *Fr., RS, San Antonio, Texas (Clark) 88 Clarence McRae, 6-2, 235, *Jr., JC, Deltona, Fla. (Pueblo/Arizona WesternWR 82 Biren Ealy, 6-2, 175, So., 1L, Houston, Texas (Cypress Falls) 1 Syndric Steptoe, 5-9, 179, Fr., HS, Bryan, Texas (Bryan)QB 12 Kris Heavner, 6-2, 219, Fr., HS, Johnson City, Texas (Lyndon B. Johnson) 7 Nic Costa, 5-11, 211, *So., 1L, Aloha, Ore. (Aloha)HB 11 Mike Bell, 6-0, 210, *So., 1L, Phoenix, Ariz. (Tolleson) 21 Beau Carr, 5-10, 205, So., 1L, Spring, Texas (Westfield)FB 35 Sean Jones, 5-11, 230, So., 1L, Houston , Texas (North Shore)48 Pedro Limon, 6-0, 244, *So., SQ, Douglas, Ariz. (Douglas)

LE 51 Copeland Bryan, 6-4, 242, *So., 1L, San Jose, Calif. (Bellarmine Prep) 56 Andre Torrey, 6-4, 237, *Jr., RS, Alameda, Calif. (Alameda/Laney CC)DT 92 Carlos Williams, 6-4, 298, Jr., 2L, Denver, Colo. (Montbello) or 94 Paul Philipp, 6-3, 290, *Fr., RS, San Bernardino, Calif., San Bernardino)DT 90 Carl Tuitavuki, 6-3, 325, Sr., 1L, Oakland, Calif. (San Leandro/Ricks CC) 62 Clifton Stanford, 6-4, 277, Fr., HS, Los Angeles, Calif. (Thomas Jefferson) 93 Shawn Pack, 6-3, 287, Fr., SQ, Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton)RE 55 Marcus Smith, 6-6, 235, So., 1L, San Diego, Calif. (Mission Bay or 49 Matt Molina, 6-1, 237, *Sr., 3L, Scottsdale, Ariz. (Chaparral)MLB 42 Joe Siofele, 6-2, 245, *Sr., 3L, Waipahu, Hawaii (St. Louis) 40 John McKinney, 6-0, 223, *Fr., RS, Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove)WLB 44 Patrick Howard, , 5-11, 228, *Jr., 2L, La Marque, Texas (La Marque) or 25 Kirk Johnson, 6-1, 223, Jr., 2L, Oakland, Calif. (Skyline)ROV 33 Clay Hardt, 6-1, 199, *Sr., 3L, Marana, Ariz. (Marana) 24 Marcus Hollingsworth, 5-10, 198, Fr., HS, San Diego, Calif. (San Diego)CB 9 Gary Love, 5-9, 175, *Sr., 3L, Los Angeles, Calif. (Thomas Jefferson) 10 Zeonte Sherman, 5-11, 192, Jr., JC, St. Petersburg, Fla. (Pinellas/Ariz.WesternSS 19 Lamon Means, 6-3, 196, So., 1L, Galena Park, Texas (Galena Park) 24 Marcus Hollingsworth, 5-10, 198, Fr., HS, San Diego, Calif. (San Diego)FS 6 Darrell Brooks, 61, 202, *So., Moreno Valley, (Moreno Valley) 30 Tony Wingate, 6-1, 210, *Jr., 1L, Tucson, Ariz. (Sahuaro)CB 8 Michael Jolivette, 5-9, 180, *Sr., 3L, Houston, Texas (North Shore)17 Gary Shepard, 5-11, 202, *Fr., RS, Spring, Texas (Westfield)

PK 16 Nicholas Folk, 6-2, 203, *Fr., RS, Sherman Oaks, Calif. (Notre Dame) 28 Bobby Gill, 5-11, 190, *Sr., 1L, Phoenix, Ariz. (Brophy Prep)KO 16 Nicholas Folk, 6-2, 203, *Fr., RS, Sherman Oaks, Calif. (Notre Dame) 20 James Molina, 5-10, 206, Sr., 1L, Tucson, Ariz. (Pueblo/East Los Angeles CC)P 43 Danny Baugher, 5-10, 200, So., 1L, Phoenix, Ariz. (Mountain Pointe) 20 James Molina, 5-10, 206, Sr., 1L, Tucson, Ariz. (Pueblo/East Los Angeles CC)Holder 20 James MolinaSnappers 53 Tom Robinson, 42 Joe Siofele, 67 Keoki FraserReturns 1 Syndric Steptoe, 83 Biren Ealy, 4 Marcus Hollingsworth

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