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Boise State II

Well, there you have it, folks.

The Boise State national championship talk is no more. Done. Over. Fin.

One of the most unbelievable games of the season is now responsible for ruining what has become one of college football’s most polarizing teams’ chances at the BCS national championship.

After trailing 24-7 through the first half, Nevada went on their own 24-7 run to tie the game with just 13 seconds left in regulation. But that improbable run suddenly became secondary when Kellen Moore heaved a successful Hail Mary pass to Titus Young that landed Boise State at the 10-yard line with only 1 second remaining.

But PK Kyle Brotzman, who only has one job to do on the team, missed a 26-yard field goal to send the game into overtime, where he — again — missed a field goal that put Nevada in a position to score.

And score, Nevada did, ending Boise State’s highly-debated run to a possible national championship.

And now we ask, like we always do: what does this mean?

For one, it surely has to demote TCU’s chances at a national championship shot as well. Before tonight’s game, the argument heard around the college football world was that Boise State’s resume was more impressive than TCU’s. Now that Boise State has fallen out of relevancy, though, it will become harder for another highly ranked Non-AQ school to be taken into serious consideration.

Secondly, and consequently, it opens the door to LSU, Stanford and Wisconsin to potentially slide their way into the national championship picture if either Oregon or Auburn loses. Wisconsin would get the benefit of likely winning the Big Ten and LSU would get the benefit of, you know, playing in the SEC.

Of course, LSU and Wisconsin have to take care of their own business.

Also, of course, Auburn and/or Oregon would have to lose.

None of that is guaranteed.

Just a few hours ago, it looked as though college football was headed for another 2005 season, where it was known very specifically who the two best teams were. While in many ways that’s still the case, the structural integrity of the BCS is sitting on thin ice.

As for Boise State? Well, suffice it to say there will be a lot of “I told ya so’s” in a few hours. Heck, there are probably more than a few floating around as we speak. Of course, such a loss can’t be described merely in writing. Sometimes, it takes the power of song to embody the true feelings Boise State must be feeling right now.

Take it away, Simple Plan …

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54 Responses to “Extra! Extra! Boise State goes down in blue BCS flames!”
  1. dkhhuey says: Nov 27, 2010 2:12 AM

    Thank you Nevada for proving the point that spudsville state has been exposed for the high school playing overrated team they are!!! Spudsville state got pushed around by the powerhouse NEVADA!!!! Most excellent day for college football!!!!

  2. nps6724 says: Nov 27, 2010 2:25 AM

    This is what happens when Boise plays more than 1 decent team in the regular season, I guess.

  3. miguelito65 says: Nov 27, 2010 2:40 AM

    nps9724, my thoughts exactly…

  4. Slim Charles says: Nov 27, 2010 2:41 AM

    I’d like to see Nevada play Alabama in a bowl game, I think they’d handle them easily.

    It’s hilarious how personally some people take this mid major stuff. 90% of sports arguments are homerism anyway, so it’s no surprise. But it’s crazy how defensive some mongs get about it.

    Also, Jim Delaney and Mike Slive were seen handing Brotzman an envelope of cash prior to kickoff.

  5. nps6724 says: Nov 27, 2010 2:43 AM

    I agree, Bama would handle Nevada easily :)

  6. Beebe's Kids says: Nov 27, 2010 3:28 AM

    Oooh, they couldn’t even win the WAC. Better luck next year, that is if K Moore stays.

  7. msallaire says: Nov 27, 2010 5:54 AM

    Just curious.
    How can you say that Wisconsin would likely be the Big Ten winner when they have one loss,(Michigan State), who also has only one loss.
    BCS tells you so????

  8. gamustangdude says: Nov 27, 2010 8:08 AM

    @msallaire

    No doofus, the rules do. If they all win out OSU, MIGH ST, and WIS, then the one ranked highest in the BCS will represent the BIG-10.

    @ Bosie State…
    THEY ARE WHO WE THOUGHT THEY WERE

  9. buckeye044 says: Nov 27, 2010 8:18 AM

    Somewhere, there is a bow tie smiling for being proven correct, as usual.

  10. bender4700 says: Nov 27, 2010 9:15 AM

    it’s amazing how gassed Boise was late in that game. Puts whole new meaning to “gauntlet” that they don’t face.

    Anybody who watched that game found out who Boise is:

    Dominate over the weaker schools that other AQ Conference teams use to warm up against. But when it boils down to it, they don’t have the depth to sustain their run against tougher opponents.

    Besides, Nevada’s a good team, but really who’s arguing that they are up there with Oregon and Auburn? NO ONE

  11. innerlign says: Nov 27, 2010 9:29 AM

    Boise St was always a pretender, so I am glad they got exposed. All the People beating their chest about the small schools with a little bit of talent beating up on Wyoming A & M can now sit down and be quiet. SEC!

  12. 8dollarbeer says: Nov 27, 2010 9:34 AM

    Hahahaha Boise St can’t even win out in the WAC?? Come play big boy football Boise, and you will be 7-5 every yr.

  13. whitetrashking says: Nov 27, 2010 9:43 AM

    HaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaHaaaaa…………………HaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaa…………..HeeeeeeeeeeHeeeeeeeeeeHeeeeeeeeee…….HooooooooooHooooooooooHooooooo………. And just think there fans and some of those chump announcers those so called “Experts” said they could play in the SEC!….HaaaaaaaaaHaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

  14. 8dollarbeer says: Nov 27, 2010 9:45 AM

    Where are all the Boise St fan now?? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA chumps!!

  15. pandebailey says: Nov 27, 2010 10:02 AM

    Thinking Boise State belonged in the top 10 was stupid enough. But they were beaten by a WAY over-rated Nevada team…..Nevada’s signature win up until last night? Either wins over 6-loss Cal or 5-loss BYU!! Other than that, they beat the same cupcakes Boise did and lost to Hawaii – how did THAT get them to #19?

    So over-rated Boise Tech was beaten by an over-rated Nevada team that should have been #25 at best.

    Don’t let the same media jerks who were saying Boise was great now say that Nevada should move up beyond #19. Its the same stupid argument from the same weak conference.

  16. dkhhuey says: Nov 27, 2010 10:21 AM

    They look freakin horrible in the 2nd half. You could tell the spudsville state boys were thoroughly tired and whipped about mid 3rd Qtr and done by the 4th. All this going against a Nevada team that really hasn’t beaten anybody. I’m guessing drinks are on Gordon Gee today!!!! BBBBAAAAAHHHH BYE Boise

  17. bender4700 says: Nov 27, 2010 10:25 AM

    I can’t wait to hear the excuses that Herbstreit puts out.

    He’ll probably still vote for them in the title.

  18. steelers6pack says: Nov 27, 2010 10:29 AM

    So BSU losses late in season and out of it, so if Auburn losses they are out of it then also!

  19. blitz4848 says: Nov 27, 2010 10:33 AM

    If you are a real fan and watched all 3 key games yesterday then who is #1 is simple. Look at the patty cake football–arm tackling,missed tackling etc in the Boise St/Nev & Oregon/AZST games and then think back to the slobber knocking hits in the Aub/Bama game. Relentless pass rushes and ferocious hits from the opening kickoff until the final play. A game that featured 4 “O” players & 4 “D” players that will all be drafted in the 1st 2 rds of the NFL draft. There were more hard hits, sacks, knockdowns and bone jarring tackles in this game than points scored in the other 2 games. All the key players were pounded, injured and came back except for McElroy who at the end of the game was knocked out for a “10″ count.
    Auburn beats any of these teams by 14-20 pts in the NC game. Nobody plays defense like the SEC and Oregon is going to “feel” that pain in the big game.

  20. nps6724 says: Nov 27, 2010 10:41 AM

    One of the announcers mentioned during the 4th quarter how Boise isn’t used to having to focus for 4 quarters since they usually have the game decided at halftime. And that’s why they shouldn’t be in the title game. Their CONFERENCE schedule is a who’s who list of cupcakes. When big schools schedule WAC teams, they get lambasted for not scheduling tough opponents. Yet Boise is REWARDED for playing 8-10 of those same teams.

    Put LSU, Bama, Ohio St., Wisconsin, Stanford, or Nebraska in the WAC with Boise’s schedule and they’re all magically undefeated teams. Boise is good with a lot of talent, but they are rarely challenged in their conference. Last night was the first time they were and they lost.

  21. domehead says: Nov 27, 2010 10:53 AM

    And then there was one!

  22. blitz4848 says: Nov 27, 2010 10:59 AM

    It appears all the “spud” fans are back in Boise getting into the hockey season. They know their run is done and next yr they will start the season getting drubbed by Georgia….It’s a sad, sad day
    in “spudville.”

  23. joerevs300 says: Nov 27, 2010 11:05 AM

    I was shocked when I woke up this morning to see that not only did Boise State lose but how they lost.

    Their kicker must feel like the loneliest person on that campus right now (And, of course many crazed fans will blame him solely, yet much like the Auburn game where Alabama dominated them in the first quarter, and lost many other chances to bury them, they made a ton of unforced errors and then their defenses both collapsed).

    I’m sorry, I watched both the early games and there is no question that Oregon is the #1 team in the nation. Even if they do start slow, when they are outscoring teams by almost 90 points in the 4th quarter, you really can’t argue with the results. Yes, their defense is a question mark, but I’d rather see a 55-50 shootout then a 21-20 snoozefest.

    In the bigger picture, this was Boise State’s last chance to prove they belonged and they failed, miserably, and it shows that while the talent gap between the “power conference” teams and the Non AQ teams is shrinking, it hasn’t closed enough yet from the top to bottom of the rosters.

  24. brownstown2 says: Nov 27, 2010 11:06 AM

    I told ya so

  25. joerevs300 says: Nov 27, 2010 11:07 AM

    And BTW, to the person that asked how Nevada was ranked 19th, who, exactly, would you rank over them, since teams down there have at least 2 losses and as many as 4? Even if your schedule isn’t as strong, you can’t rank a team like West Virginia over Nevada.

  26. polegojim says: Nov 27, 2010 11:10 AM

    Hate to see dreams crushed, but his was justice and very good for NCAA football.

    Having Boise in a national title game would have delivered a yawner that would have been over by half time.

    Oregon – Auburn would be great.

    Auburn will be your National Champs.

    Ohio State may not even make it to the Rose Bowl. So much for believing rankings. Try coaching and playing for an entire year, without believing all the hype about yourselves.

    It will be ugly when Michigan beats OSU in a shoot out and cracks those weak nuts.

  27. timmons94 says: Nov 27, 2010 11:12 AM

    guess all these Boise St lovers can crawl back in their holes…
    oh wait, i forgot, Nevada is a natl powerhouse…

    OVERRATED……

  28. blitz4848 says: Nov 27, 2010 11:16 AM

    Michigan has a better chance of going undefeated next yr than beating OSU today. The over/under is 3 punts by Ohio St and I bet the UNDER. Michigan has no defense–they just kind of direct traffic into their end zone.

    Ohio St 45 Michigan “used to bes” 10

  29. ezduzit39 says: Nov 27, 2010 11:22 AM

    your wild assertion that BSU’s loss hurts TCU is not documented…. TCU is already higher in the BCS rankings than BSU, you make no solid argument for this assertion..

  30. Andre's Johnson says: Nov 27, 2010 11:30 AM

    I think everyone’s being a little too harsh about BSU losing. I have no horse in this race, but I’d like to see them get a shot.

    Having said that: A Boise State v. Texas A & M bowl game could be entertaining.

  31. evo621 says: Nov 27, 2010 11:38 AM

    That there is a string of douchebag commenters that follows every post about Boise/TCU/any other non-AQ team just highlights how idiotic the system is that doesn’t allow football teams to simply prove it on the field. You’re letting some computer nerds run a program, combined with a bunch of pencil-necked geek sports writers to decide “who is the best.” What is this, junior high school? Let’s vote on most likely to succeed too — oh wait, we have the Heisman farce for that.

    Set up a frigging playoff! The AQs can still keep their monopoly on the bulk of the playoff spots, just throw a couple bones to the non-AQs. Then, if all the fanboys are right, you will see the best AQ teams trounce the non-AQs in the first round to advance. What is so wrong with that? Are the Cinderella stories in sports not ALWAYS the most interesting to follow?

    The reality is that AQ school team fanboys are scared – they are the scrawny kids talking smack from behind the big kid’s back without having to put up or shut up. I do agree that the SEC king would beat the non-AQ teams 9 times out of 10, so maybe even work in a strength of schedule bye for the team with the “best” strength of schedule (which would probably be the SEC winner).

    It’s just so stupid that we leave this debate up to nerds that have probably never played a down of meaningful football in their lives. It is the exact antithesis of “sport”, which by definition entails COMPETITION, not VOTING. There is no sane rebuttal to this.

  32. edgy says: Nov 27, 2010 11:40 AM

    Just caught the replay on ESPN3 and man, Boise’s kicker really blew two easy kicks. I’m sure that the Big Bigots will consider this a sign that Boise wasn’t as good as people thought instead of the reality that Nevada was better than people thought (they were one bad play away from being undefeated themselves).

    Well, now, it’s smooth sailing into the Rose Bowl for TCU, who will have to put up with the same unworthy talk but won’t have to worry about the voters jumping Boise over them.

    FYI, if you’re in here, edgy loves boise, TCU has been the team that I’ve said all year that is the best non-AQ, NOT Boise. You’re too retarded to know that because you chose a name that obviously shows that you really stupider than Forest Gump.

  33. brownstown2 says: Nov 27, 2010 11:48 AM

    blitz,

    Don’t jinx it for me.

    Also, why have we never discussed this while documenting the Gee comments?

    http://www.cleveland.com/osu/index.ssf/2009/11/in_chasing_bcs_glory_did_tcu_m.html

  34. frank booth says: Nov 27, 2010 12:27 PM

    edgy says:
    Nov 27, 2010 11:40 AM
    Just caught the replay on ESPN3 and man, Boise’s kicker really blew two easy kicks. I’m sure that the Big Bigots will consider this a sign that Boise wasn’t as good as people thought instead of the reality that Nevada was better than people thought (they were one bad play away from being undefeated themselves).

    Well, now, it’s smooth sailing into the Rose Bowl for TCU, who will have to put up with the same unworthy talk but won’t have to worry about the voters jumping Boise over them.

    FYI, if you’re in here, edgy loves boise, TCU has been the team that I’ve said all year that is the best non-AQ, NOT Boise. You’re too retarded to know that because you chose a name that obviously shows that you really stupider than Forest Gump.
    ===================================
    First of all, it’s just one game, and upsets do happen. James Madison beat Va Tech, but that doesn’t mean that they are a better team. So it could be that Boise State is still a good team.

    But really Edgy, let’s cut the crap about Nevada now being a good team. If you watched Oregon v. Arizona, it was clear that Arizona is far better than Nevada, even though they have similar rankings. Let’s not elevate Nevada for beating Boise State. Coming into the game, Nevada’s big win was over a 5-6 Cal team.

    What essentially happened was that a team that plays a weak schedule beat another team that has a weak schedule. Both are difficult to categorize because they don’t really play anyone, much like the great Utah.

    So, go ahead, Edgy. Tell me all about Nevada now and their schedule, and how they are actually better than we thought. Boise State goes down, and your level of bullsh*t goes up.

  35. frank booth says: Nov 27, 2010 12:34 PM

    brownstown2 says:
    Nov 27, 2010 11:48 AM
    blitz,

    Don’t jinx it for me.

    Also, why have we never discussed this while documenting the Gee comments?

    http://www.cleveland.com/osu/index.ssf/2009/11/in_chasing_bcs_glory_did_tcu_m.html

    ===================================
    Don’t worry. Edgy will spin this away as well. If it doesn’t fit with his world view of TCU and BSU, he denies it. It doesn’t matter that a TCU AD admitted that TCU didn’t want to play Ohio State.

    He’s already talked about the fact that teams other than Nebraska have avoided BSU, but he has no names.

    Now, Nevada, with it’s 95th ranked schedule (Sagarin) is good because they beat Boise State.

  36. mrcowpatty says: Nov 27, 2010 1:15 PM

    The next BCS standings will probably have BSU ranked higher then Nevada. Damn computer!!

  37. destructatron says: Nov 27, 2010 2:35 PM

    I think it’s more like Nevada is underrated than Boise being overrated. Colin Capernauk is a fantastic quarterback could be the best.

  38. cowboys4life says: Nov 27, 2010 2:38 PM

    Chris Peterson coach of the year now?

  39. kaygee35 says: Nov 27, 2010 3:08 PM

    Ok, so let me get this straight. One loss in 2 years makes you overrated. Bama has lost 3 games this year and they are the defending national champions. In a playoff I would still take my chances with Boise. This is what will happen, Boise will end up playing in a New Years Day Bowl and slaughter whoever they play, the problem with you SEC loving one track minded fans is that you think that just because it is an SEC team they deserve more than anyone else. One more thing, they are not overrated and still better than more than half of the SEC teams. If you want this debate to be over, just have a playoff like every other damn sport.

  40. nps6724 says: Nov 27, 2010 3:25 PM

    #
    kaygee35 says: Nov 27, 2010 3:08 PM

    Ok, so let me get this straight. One loss in 2 years makes you overrated. Bama has lost 3 games this year and they are the defending national champions. In a playoff I would still take my chances with Boise. This is what will happen, Boise will end up playing in a New Years Day Bowl and slaughter whoever they play, the problem with you SEC loving one track minded fans is that you think that just because it is an SEC team they deserve more than anyone else. One more thing, they are not overrated and still better than more than half of the SEC teams. If you want this debate to be over, just have a playoff like every other damn sport.

    ————————————————–

    1 loss in 2 years means a lot less when the majority of those games are against cupcakes. And comparing them to Bama is ridiculous since Bama A) plays a much tougher schedule and B) lost a lot of players on defense to graduation and the NFL.

    I agree they’re better than half the SEC, but when you’re saying a team is only definitely better than half a conference, that also means they’re not likely to be a top 10 team. So that means Boise is overrated.

  41. frank booth says: Nov 27, 2010 3:59 PM

    kaygee35

    Alabama has lost to #2 Auburn and #5 LSU and #18 South Carolina.

    They have beaten a couple of other ranked teams.

    Boise State beat #13 Virginia Tech and lost to #19 Nevada, who is horribly overrated.

    Even when Alabama plays middling teams, they are a lot tougher than the middling teams that Boise State plays.

    Starting to get it now. You can’t have it both ways. You guys go nuts when you beat a Virginia Tech, but when you lose it means that the team that beat you is better than what they are rated.

    Our local high school, which is playing for the State Championship for the 2nd year in a row, is undefeated for the last 2 years. I guess that makes them better than Alabama. And Boise State.

  42. edgy loves boise st says: Nov 27, 2010 4:25 PM

    EDGY! Dont worry boise loves boise st/buckeyeboy will give his opinion now

    i was late to the post because it was rocking on campus last night, and of course i woke up late to day and just made it in time to see the demolishing of michigan lol

    but i ask edgy, why do you continue to love these OVERRATED non AQs, they are garbage. you say nevada is a worthy team because they beat no one except boise who also beat no one. lol its is kinda sad tho…..

    and polegojim, were you sexually assaulted by an Ohio State fan when you were a child? i mean like every post you say a statement about OSU that is totally false. I hope it tastes good eating your words about boise and osu lol

    man, gordon gee just bitch slapped all you haters

  43. mrcowpatty says: Nov 27, 2010 4:30 PM

    Nevada was lucky to beat BSU. Another problem is Nevada plays in the same weak conference as Boise. But look at the bright side for Nevada, Boise won’t be in WAC and they’ll have a chance of going undefeated and then we can have this same stupid debate next year whether they belong in a BCS bowl game let alone play for the NC game.

  44. bender4700 says: Nov 27, 2010 4:37 PM

    Edgy,

    Defending the non-AQ’s is like claiming a midget will win in a game of one on one with Wilt Chamberlin. Sure, occcasionally the little guy will get a good shot off on him, but over a period of time, of consistent matchup, the little guy will come out the loser.

    If a champion is determined on JUST the ability to beat a single team, in a single game, then yes, Boise/TCu are very much contenders.

    If a champion is determined on the ability to endure a lengthy schedule of very good, very average, and a few mediocre teams. As well as enduring injury due to difficult games and teams throughout the lengthy season, and at the end the team that outlasts it all the best, and stands along as the best team, then Boise/TCU are NOT contenders.

    Boise’s loss is EXACTLY what I’ve tried to tell you. Boise couldn’t sustain a lengthy schedule. The Boise D line being gassed as bad as they were late in the 4th quarter is exactly why people dislike your stupid arguments.

    Just MAN up and accept the reality. Nobody is THAT impressed with TCU and Boise lost that game NOT just because of TWO kicks. Anyone that blames 1 or 2 plays is a moron.

  45. frank booth says: Nov 27, 2010 4:50 PM

    Edgy-

    Boise State should still be in the Top 5. People need to realize that Nevada was just underrated and was actually a Top 5 team, despite the fact that by Sagarin, they have the 95th toughest schedule in the nation. Boise State is just going to get jobbed again.

    If Boise falls out of the Top 5, it’s just because of the Big Bigots. Boise State gets no national recognition. The WAC is the best conference in the NCAA, and all of the big schools are running from it. I don’t have any names of which schools won’t play the WAC teams, but you know it’s happening- I just can’t show you anything.

  46. Jim Warner says: Nov 27, 2010 5:04 PM

    I am a Boise fan only because I live in the Northwest and I think they get underestimated on a regular basis.

    Two Plays that made a big difference in the outcome last night… besides the obvious ones.

    1. The flag on the punt return, the player obviously had the ball before being hit. Instead of it being Boise ball, it goes to Nevada and add 15 yards leading to a touchdown. 2. The replay booth “icing” the kicker on the final play of regulation. There was no need to call the official review timeout as the Broncos had already called timeout and there was plenty of time to review the play prior to the set.

    Either way, Boise had their chances and they were in position to win the game. Sad day for Boise, but the haters here need to cop a clue.

  47. boisefan96 says: Nov 27, 2010 5:05 PM

    Boise St. lost plain and simple, Nevada played a good game and when it came down to it Boise St. couldnt finish the game they started.

  48. boisefan96 says: Nov 27, 2010 5:09 PM

    But that doesn’t make them a bad team, and it doesn’t mean that Boise St. couldn’t win in a BCS game. I really think Boise is better than TCU but I guess we will have to wait and see next year when they are playing for the MWC championship.

  49. mrcowpatty says: Nov 27, 2010 5:14 PM

    The WAC the best conference in the nation? I think I’ll go throw up!

  50. johngetter says: Nov 27, 2010 5:24 PM

    You guys are all dumb. You think boise states sucks and derserved to lose. its not boise states fault. Its those idiots who gave boise state crappy teams to play against. they didnt have much of a challenge. When you say boise state didnt beat the Wac. Your not thinking. as of last night they lost there 24 game winning streak.
    Nevada has what…13 winning streak?
    eat that nevada.

    Dont Judge Boise State. Just be Happy your team won by only 3 points….

    Its not like they won the super bowl

  51. mrcowpatty says: Nov 27, 2010 5:48 PM

    @johngetter

    Did you go to Boise State University? I hope not!

  52. 8dollarbeer says: Nov 27, 2010 7:41 PM

    kaygee35 says: Nov 27, 2010 3:08 PM

    This is what will happen, Boise will end up playing in a New Years Day Bowl and slaughter whoever they play

    ******************************************

    News flash buddy, welcome to the home field bowl. Do you even watch college football?? The Humanitarian Bowl is calling your name!!! hahahahahahahaha big time program bud!!

  53. boisefan96 says: Nov 27, 2010 9:35 PM

    Ya they will end up in some crappy bowl like the Humanitarian Bowl and make 900,000 dollars for winning when TCU will make 5 million dollars for losing their BCS game. Boise St. is a great team but they are human, they mess up.

  54. waynefontes says: Nov 28, 2010 1:15 AM

    boisefan96 says:
    Nov 27, 2010 9:35 PM
    Ya they will end up in some crappy bowl like the Humanitarian Bowl and make 900,000 dollars for winning when TCU will make 5 million dollars for losing their BCS game. Boise St. is a great team but they are human, they mess up.

    ————————————————–

    Boisefan96 – Very classy posts on here, which is a lot more than I can say for other Boise State fans and hangers-on (if I was a USC fan this year, I’d jump on someone else’s bandwagon too).

    Honestly, I don’t care at all for Boise but they are a very good football team. I didn’t want to see them in the national title game, but they deserve better than the crap bowl they’ll end up in.

    At least the MWC will be a step up.

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