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Underdog Ducks will beat Auburn: Oregon football prediction

Underdog Ducks will beat Auburn: Oregon football prediction

There are just 60 days until Oregon football kicks off the 2019 season against Auburn on August 31, 2019. The Ducks are the projected underdog, but I predict Oregon will walk out of AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas as the victors.

Optimism is high for Oregon football’s 2019 season and beating the Tigers will essentially make or break the team’s College Football Playoff hopes. A win sends the Ducks and the Pac-12 Conference into national relevancy, and a loss initiates an uphill fight; no team has ever rebounded from a week one loss to make the final field of four.

It’s the first meeting between these teams since Auburn’s 22-19 win in the BCS National Championship game in 2011.

[Initiate “Michael Dyer was down!!!” screams from every Duck fan reading this]

It’s not Oregon coach Mario Cristobal’s first meeting with Auburn either. Cristobal’s record is 3-1 against Gus Malzhan's Tigers during his time as an Alabama assistant.

Let’s move on to the very polarizing week one match up and why Oregon has the upper hand.

The anticipation is palpable. Oregon is trying to make the most of Heisman hopeful quarterback Justin Herbert’s senior year and Cristobal’s second season at the top. The Ducks return a combined 17 positional starters; a veteran offensive line, running back weapons CJ Verdell and Travis Dye, an influx of new talent at receiver, projected first round draft pick linebacker Troy Dye and a few extraordinary freshman who could make instant impacts.

They will need all that experience and more when lined up against the daunting Auburn defense and possibly the best defensive line in the country highlighted by Derrick Brown, Marlon Davidson and Nick Coe.

The better team in the trenches is likely to win the game and my money would be on the Ducks, who returned all five starters on the offensive line that combine for 153 starts, with incredible size and versatility.

The battle won’t stop there. The Tigers’ defensive backs play extremely physical at the line of scrimmage, creating a challenge for Oregon’s largely unproven receiving corps.

This is where the physical play of wide receiver Juwan Johnson and tight end Cam McCormick is crucial. The largest receiver on the roster, 6-foot-4, 230-pound Johnson, must utilize his size and be a constant goal line threat. I expect 6-foot-5, 260-pound McCormick to be a large weapon for Herbert this season. McCormick excels at blocking and is physically imposing at the point of attack in the run game. In the passing game, he has great hands and is tough to take down with surprising speed.

The Tigers’ defense will be a test for the Ducks right out of the gate. However, the Auburn offense is retooling with a first-time starting quarterback between either redshirt freshman Joey Gatewood or true freshman Bo Nix. Returning its top three rushers, Auburn operates a run heavy attack, which is ideal for Oregon’s defensive line that allowed less than four yards a carry last season.

In two months, Oregon football grasps the chance to upset Auburn in prime time and become the Pac-12’s best chance for a spot in the playoff. It’s hard to count out a determined Malzahn, who has been featured on every ‘hot seat’ list in the country, and a resilient Auburn team, but the Ducks have the star power, size and experience to beat the Tigers.

Justin Herbert named to Manning Award watch list

Justin Herbert named to Manning Award watch list

Add another one for QB1. 

Oregon football senior quarterback Justin Herbert is one of 30 quarterbacks to land on the preseason watch list for the Manning Award, presented to college football’s top quarterback after the bowl games.

According to Archie Manning from the Manning Award website: 

“For our Watch List, we aim to recognize players who have already been successful on the field for their teams, but every quarterback in the country remains eligible. We’ll make some midseason additions to the list as some of the younger quarterbacks and the transfers establish themselves. I’m really looking forward to getting the season started this weekend and keeping a close eye on everyone right through the national championship in New Orleans.”

Other quarterbacks on the list include: Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa, LSU’s Joe Burrow, Florida’s Feleipe Franks, among others. 

Add the Manning Award watch list to the other preseason honors for Herbert: Davey O’Brien Award, Maxwell Award, Phil Steele All-American third team, Athlon Sports Pac-12 first team, Phil Steele Pac-12 first team, No. 11 on Sports Illustrated Top 100 Players. 

Herbert Quick Hits:

- Owns a streak of 28 consecutive games with a TD pass, good for the longest active streak in the nation.

- Enters 2019 season ranked fifth among active FBS leaders in passing TDs (63) and eighth in passing yards (7,070).

Oregon receiver Juwan Johnson injury scare just "precautionary"

Oregon receiver Juwan Johnson injury scare just "precautionary"

Oregon’s receiving corps received a scare with a possible fifth injury and appears to have dodged the literal largest blow.

6-foot-4, 230-pound senior Juwan Johnson was absent from Wednesday’s practice (during the time reporters can watch) after leaving Tuesday’s practice early with a noticeable limp, according to reports from Eugene.

When asked for an update on Oregon's big-bodied starter, wide receiver coach Jevon Bouknight said it was “precautionary” from cramps, according to reports from Eugene. Johnson is expected to play week one against Auburn.

Oregon needs to find its next leading receiver and the Penn State graduate transfer is looking every bit he part.

He brings needed experience to the position: playing in 16 more games than the Ducks' most veteran wide receiver, senior Brenden Schooler (21 games). Plus, his large, powerful, physical frame is unlike the other receivers currently on Oregon's roster along with his ability to power through and over defensive backs.

The Ducks receiving corps is already coping with the loss of Brenden Schooler, who will be out another five to seven weeks after suffering a right foot injury that required surgery.

The depth took another hit when true freshman receiver Mycah Pittman, who was expected to contribute or possibly start this season, hurt his shoulder while making a diving catch and will be sidelined for at least 6-8 weeks.

Also, freshman wide receiver JR Waters had a lower leg procedure and won’t return for four to six weeks. Freshmen Lance Wilhoit has also been limited with lingering injures.

Stay tuned for more updates, but it appears Oregon dodged a very large bullet. 

Oregon basketball non-conference schedule highlighted by Houston, Memphis, Michigan

Oregon basketball non-conference schedule highlighted by Houston, Memphis, Michigan

The 2019-20 Oregon men's basketball team is reloaded and possibly better than ever

The Ducks have 11 eligible players and are brimming with fresh, elite talent. Oregon’s 2019 recruiting class finished fourth in the country, first in the Pac-12 Conference and second-best all-time for the program, according to 247sports. 

Hopefully the team buys into Oregon coach Dana Altman's plan sooner rather than later, as UO's non-conference schedule is challenging from the start. 

[RELATED: Ducks to open with Seton Hall in Battle 4 Atlantis]

FROM THE UO ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT:

The Oregon men’s basketball team will host 2019 NCAA Sweet Sixteen team Houston at Matthew Knight Arena this season, and will also face Michigan and Memphis, in addition to a loaded field in the Bad Boy Mowers Battle 4 Atlantis, during the non-conference slate.

In total, the Ducks will play eight games against teams that advanced to the postseason a year ago.

“It’s a very challenging non-conference schedule that we are looking forward to,” said head coach Dana Altman. “Just about every team is coming off a good year and is expected to challenge for a conference title, so we are going to have our hands full. But it is an exciting schedule.”

Oregon will open the season by hosting the first ever Green and Yellow game on Oct. 30, where the squad will be divided into two teams for an intersquad scrimmage.

The defending Pac-12 Tournament champions begin regular season play with back-to-back games against teams from the Mountain West Conference at Matthew Knight Arena. The regular season opener is Nov. 5 versus Fresno State, followed by Boise State on Nov. 9.

Oregon will play Memphis, which has assembled the No. 1-ranked recruiting class in the nation under new coach Penny Hardaway, in the Phil Knight Invitational Nov. 12 at the Moda Center in Portland.

The Ducks then host UT-Arlington (Nov. 17) and Houston (Nov. 22) before heading to Paradise Island, Bahamas, for the Battle 4 Atlantis, where all eight teams in the field played in the 2019 postseason.

Following that tournament, Oregon will host Hawaii on Dec. 7 and make a road trip to Ann Arbor, Mich., to play the Wolverines on Dec. 14.

Michigan will return the game to Matthew Knight Arena next year, when the Ducks will also host Baylor; Oregon played in Waco, Texas, last season.

The Ducks close out December at home against Montana (Dec. 18), Texas Southern (Dec. 21) and Alabama State (Dec. 29).

In addition to Houston, Michigan (Sweet Sixteen), Seton Hall, Montana and potential Battle 4 Atlantis foes Gonzaga (Elite Eight), North Carolina (Sweet Sixteen) and Iowa State advanced to the NCAA Tournament last season.

Memphis and Alabama, which is in the Battle 4 Atlantis, both played in the NIT in 2019. Texas Southern advanced to the CIT semifinals, while potential Battle 4 Atlantis opponent Southern Miss played in the CBI.

Oregon’s Pac-12 schedule, along with times and broadcast information for all games, will be announced next month.

2019-20 University of Oregon Men’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule

DATE                           OPPONENT                                   LOCATION

Wed., Oct. 30           GREEN & YELLOW SCRIMMAGE     EUGENE, ORE.

Tues., Nov. 5             FRESNO STATE                              EUGENE, ORE.

Sat., Nov. 9               BOISE STATE                                  EUGENE, ORE.

Phil Knight Invitational

Tues., Nov. 12          MEMPHIS                                       PORTLAND, ORE.

Sun., Nov. 17            UT-ARLINGTON                             EUGENE, ORE.

Fri., Nov. 22              HOUSTON                                      EUGENE, ORE.

 

Bad Boy Mowers Battle 4 Atlantis

Wed., Nov. 27          vs. Seton Hall                                Paradise Island, Bahamas

Thurs., Nov. 28         vs. Gonzaga/Southern Miss       Paradise Island, Bahamas

Fri., Nov. 29              vs. TBA                                           Paradise Island, Bahamas

Sat., Dec. 7                HAWAII                                          EUGENE, ORE.

Sat., Dec. 14             at Michigan                                   Ann Arbor, Mich.

Wed., Dec. 18           MONTANA                                     EUGENE, ORE.

Sat., Dec. 21             TEXAS SOUTHERN                        EUGENE, ORE.

Sun., Dec. 29            ALABAMA STATE                          EUGENE, ORE.

Don't overlook Auburn freshman starting quarterback Bo Nix

Don't overlook Auburn freshman starting quarterback Bo Nix

With 11 days until No. 11 Oregon’s season opener against No. 16 Auburn, the Ducks are getting a jumpstart on game prep for the Tigers.  The week one polarizing matchup is the Ducks’ chance to upset a Top-20 ranked team in prime time and become the Pac-12’s best chance for a spot in the playoff.

A win sends the underdog Ducks and the Pac-12 Conference into national relevancy, and a loss initiates an uphill fight; no team has ever rebounded from a week one loss to make the final field of four.

Half of Oregon’s Tuesday practice was Auburn prep; the other half resembled a typical ‘Ducks vs. Ducks’ fall camp practice.

“The urgency is picking up out there,” Oregon linebacker coach Ken Wilson said. “Every practice has got to be their best practice now. “

Now the Ducks know who they are preparing for, as Auburn named true freshman Bo Nix as starting quarterback.

[READ: Injuries piling for Auburn wide receiving corps]

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn announced Nix beat out redshirt freshman Joey Gatewood in a competition that began during the spring and lasted the duration of fall camp.

Don’t count out this freshman. A former five-star prospect and top-rated dual-threat quarterback in the 2019 class, Nix enrolled early in January is looking to start his Auburn career with a bang. What you need to know:

He knows how to win

Nix led Pinson Valley High in Alabama to back-to-back state titles with his father, Auburn legend Patrick Nix, as the head coach.  The reigning Alabama Mr. Football, Nix broke the state records for career total offense (12,505 yards) and touchdowns (161).

It’s all in the family

The 6-foot-2, 215-pound quarterback is following in his father’s footsteps. Patrick Nix threw for 4,957 yards and 31 touchdowns over 32 games for the Tigers from 1992-95. Patrick met his wife in college and Bo was raised a Tigers fan.

Talent

Nix is a pocket passer that can run zone-read plays to the outside with surprising speed. He excels at reacting in the pocket both to avoid rushers and to deliver the football, which he does with solid accuracy in short and intermediate throws.

Weakness

Scouting reports from scrimmages show that Nix does not have an overpowering arm with a tendency to float long downfield throws.

History

It will be the first time in his head-coaching career that Malzahn has started a freshman quarterback to open a season. Also, it will be the first time Auburn has started a true freshman at quarterback in Week 1 during the modern era.

Team effort

It’s very likely that Oregon will see both Nix and Gatewood at quarterback on August 31. Gatewood is larger and excels at running inside to pick up third-and-short downs. The Ducks will need to be prepared for both.

The juxtaposition will be clear in the season opener; the first time Nix takes the field for Auburn and the start of quarterback Justin Herbert’s final season as a Duck.

Quick takeaways from Oregon women’s basketball non-conference schedule

Quick takeaways from Oregon women’s basketball non-conference schedule

Just 83 days away from the start of college hoops!

It’s never too early to start prepping your team gear, grabbing season tickets and watching games from past seasons, right? Right.

The Oregon women’s basketball team is once again stacked for another dominant season. First, it all starts with coach Kelly Graves, who just signed a contract extension this offseason through the 2025-2026 season. Then the roster: featuring Sabrina Ionescu, who chose to return to Oregon for her senior season despite being the projected No. 1 pick in the 2019 WNBA Draft. Ionescu returns with three other starters: Ruthy Hebard, Satou Sabally and Erin Boley along with a stellar incoming class. And finally, the schedule. 

Here is the list of Oregon’s non-conference opponents and dates along with a quick analysis:

(Home games are in BOLD)

Monday, Nov 11 vs. Northeastern

Wednesday, Nov 13 vs. Utah State

Saturday, Nov 16 vs. Texas Southern

Sunday, Nov 24 @ Syracuse

 

Paradise Jam Tournament (U.S. Virgin Islands):

Thursday, Nov 28 vs. Oklahoma State

Friday, Nov 29 vs. UT Arlington

Saturday, Nov 30 vs. Louisville

 

Sunday, Dec 8 vs. South Dakota State

Saturday, Dec 14 @ Long Beach State

Saturday, Dec 21 vs. Kansas State

Saturday, Dec 28 vs. Corban (Exhibition)

 

Monday, Feb 3 @ Connecticut

 

- Out of the Ducks' 12 total non-conference opponents, five were NCAA Tournament teams a year ago: UConn, Louisville, South Dakota State, Syracuse and Kansas State.

- First big road test is across the country in Syracuse, New York. Last season, the Ducks’ only loss in the non-conference schedule was at Michigan State against the Spartans, 88-82. 

- Big tests during the Paradise Jam: Not only are the Ducks playing three games in three days, but the third day Oregon faces Louisville, who lost to UConn in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament last season.

- And then there is UConn in February. The first installment of an epic home-and-home series with the Huskies. This one will be GOOD.

Oregon men's basketball: Reloaded and better than ever?

Oregon men's basketball: Reloaded and better than ever?

Just a few months ago when forward Kenny Wooten, forward Louis King and center Bol Bol declared for the NBA draft and Oregon’s roster was comprised of six scholarship players, it appeared UO was plunging towards a rebuilding season. Now, the Ducks have 11 eligible players and are brimming with fresh, elite talent.

Oregon’s 2019 recruiting class finished fourth in the country, first in the Pac-12 Conference and second-best all-time for the program, according to 247Sports rankings.

Oregon coach Dana Altman has built a reputation as a transfer wizard and an elite roster builder. His history of accumulating talent to buy into his vision and click at the right time has resulted in two regular season Pac-12 Conference championships (2016, 2017), three Pac-12 tournament championships (2013, 2016, 2019) and NCAA tournament success (including a Final Four run in 2017).

Altman’s 2019-2020 roster is turning heads around the college basketball world and in Las Vegas, Nevada. According to the Westgate Superbook, the Oregon basketball team is currently 10/1 odds to make the 2020 Final Four and at 40/1 odds to win the 2020 NCAA Tournament.

Booking flights to the Final Four? You’ve got some new names to learn. Here is a look at the Ducks' roster, which includes only three returners: point guard Payton Pritchard, guard Will Richardson and center Francis Okoro.

The fresh faces eligible to play right away:

Five-star center N’Faly Dante

The 2020 class 6-foot-11 big man reclassified into the 2019 recruiting class and chose Oregon over Kentucky. With a 7-foot-5 wingspan, Dante is an excellent shot blocker and finishes with force at the rim. Oregon needed another center along with Okoro and Dante fills the missing piece.

Four-star shooting guard Addison Patterson

The 6-foot-6 Canadian prospect also reclassified to 2019 recruiting class after spending this past year at Bella Vista Prep. His intensity and competitiveness have been compared to former Duck Dillon Brooks. A solid shooter, Patterson is able to create his own shot and wants to be the next big Canadian star.

No. 1 junior college prospect guard Chris Duarte

The Northwest Florida State College guard was selected as the NJCAA National Player of the Year. The 6-foot-6 sophomore is the third Duck to receive the honor during Altman’s tenure, joining Chris Boucher and Kavell Bigby-Williams.

Five-star forward CJ Walker

The 6-foot-8 forward from Orlando committed to Oregon in November over LSU and Miami. Walker could be Oregon’s next exhilarating shot blocker. Also, you may have seen this stunning dunk.

Four-star forward Chandler Lawson

The 6-foot-8 combo forward picked the Ducks over offers from Kansas, Ole Miss and Georgia Tech. His length, elite defense and ability to create turnovers will be crucial for Oregon this season.

Three-star forward Lök Wur

The 6-foot-9 forward from Papillion, Nebraska originally was heading towards junior college because of academic eligibility issues. When the NCAA declared him eligible in June, 20 scholarship offers flooded in. Wur chose Oregon. His evolving offensive game and length are an asset.

New Mexico guard Anthony Mathis

The 6-foot-3, 175-pound guard was basically the splash bro of New Mexico. He set a program record with 106 made three pointers on 41.6 percent shooting from beyond the arc. Mathis is also high school teammate of Pritchard’s, they won three 6A Oregon state basketball titles together at West Linn High School.

UNLV wing Shakur Juiston

Previously the national JUCO Player of the Year, 6-foot-7 Juiston was injured last season. He (and his rebounding) will be immediately available for Oregon as he was granted a medical waiver for his fifth year.

The pieces are in place for another excited and winning season for the Ducks. Altman’s ability to bring a team together to find chemistry will surely be tested. The sooner the new Ducks buy in, the better for Oregon basketball.

Freshman wide receiver Mycah Pittman out six to eight weeks with shoulder injury

Freshman wide receiver Mycah Pittman out six to eight weeks with shoulder injury

True freshman receiver Mycah Pittman, who was expected to contribute or possibly start this season, will be sidelined for at least the first part of the Oregon Ducks football season.

Oregon coach Mario Cristobal issued a statement saying a shoulder injury will cause Pittman to miss six to eight weeks.

“Mycah suffered a shoulder injury while making a diving catch during Saturday’s scrimmage that will result in him missing the start of the 2019 season," Cristobal said in a statement. "He is a relentless competitor who will come back stronger and ready to compete this season.”In six weeks, the Ducks will be preparing for to host Cal. In eight weeks the Ducks play at rival Washington in Seattle. 

Pittman sufffered an injury during Oregon’s most recent scrimmage this past Saturday when he landed on his shoulder while making a catch. He was possibly the most praised incoming freshman from teammates and coaches during spring practice and Oregon's fall camp. 

Pittman took to Twitter to weigh in:

What this means
The Ducks receiving corps is already coping with the loss of senior receiver Brenden Schooler, who will be out another five to seven weeks after suffering a right foot injury that required surgery. The depth took another hit when freshman wide receiver JR Waters had a lower leg procedure and won’t return for four to six weeks. Freshmen Lance Wilhoit and Josh Delgado have also been limited with lingering injures.

With Schooler (the Duck returner with the most experience) out, Oregon needs unproven, inexperienced receivers to step into a contributing, if not starting, role right away.

The series of unfortunate events has lessened the pool of possible contributers.

Pittman was turning heads and splitting first team reps at slot receiver. Pittman has strong hands, a running back body and excels at getting separation. The impact of a speedy return cannot be understated, as Oregon currently has five healthy scholarship receivers.  

Without Pittman or Schooler, expected starters Jaylon Redd, Juwan Johnson, and Johnny Johnson III, will be backed up by Delgado and redshirt freshman Bryan Addison.

Four-star Delgado has a good grasp on the playbook and gained 15 pounds in offseason workouts while Oregon can also utilize large-bodied, 6-foot-5 Addison.

However, Pittman’s impact on the Duck offense was already visible, connecting with quarterback Justin Herbert during spring and fall practice, moving up the depth chart and pushing veterans. 

“Pittman has been surprising me,” tight end Cam McCormick said. “Always goes beyond, he always does extra.”

Oregon is trying to best take advantage of Herbert’s final season. The sooner reliable Pittman is back on the field, the better for Oregon.

The significance of Mycah Pittman’s injury

The significance of Mycah Pittman’s injury

Oregon’s depth chart at wide receiver is looming.

True freshman receiver Mycah Pittman, who was expected to contribute or possibly start this season, suffered an injury during Oregon’s most recent scrimmage on Saturday.

Pittman landed on his shoulder while making a catch. No official word on how serious the injury is yet but he was seen wearing a sling on Sunday.

“(He) landed on it pretty good," Oregon coach Mario Cristobal said. "I think some people that were out there saw it, and he caught the ball.”

A possible good sign, Pittman tweeted a thumbs up emoji on Monday morning. He has since deleted the tweet.

Possibly the most praised incoming freshman from teammates and coaches, Pittman made his presence felt from the moment he arrived in Eugene.

“He’s got that swagger, he knows who he is, his potential, but he can ball too,” safety Jevon Holland said. “He’s resilient and he’s got fire in his belly. He’s got a lot of what we need in the receiver position and on the team, period. Especially from a young guy to push the older guys.”

Dropped passes aren’t an issue for Pittman. “Yea, you will rarely see me drop a pass,” Pittman said before correcting himself. “You wont see that. Let’s leave it at that.

“I never double catch the ball, I’ll make sure I stay after practice if I need to get it right,” Pittman said.  

What this means
The Ducks receiving corps is already coping with the loss of senior receiver Brenden Schooler, who will be out another five to seven weeks after suffering a right foot injury that required surgery. The depth took another hit when freshman wide receiver JR Waters had a lower leg procedure and won’t return for four to six weeks. Freshmen Lance Wilhoit and Josh Delgado have also been limited with lingering injures.

With Schooler (the Duck returner with the most experience) out, Oregon needs unproven, inexperienced receivers to step into a contributing, if not starting, role right away.

The series of unfortunate events has lessened the pool of possible contributers.

Pittman was turning heads and splitting first team reps at slot receiver. Pittman has strong hands, a running back body and excels at getting separation. The impact of a speedy return cannot be understated, as Oregon currently has five healthy scholarship receivers.  

Without Pittman or Schooler, expected starters Jaylon Redd, Juwan Johnson, and Johnny Johnson III, will be backed up by Delgado and redshirt freshman Bryan Addison.

Four-star Delgado has a good grasp on the playbook and gained 15 pounds in offseason workouts while Oregon can also utilize large-bodied, 6-foot-5 Addison.

However, Pittman’s impact on the Duck offense was already visible, connecting with quarterback Justin Herbert during spring and fall practice, moving up the depth chart and pushing veterans. 

“Pittman has been surprising me,” tight end Cam McCormick said. “Always goes beyond, he always does extra.”

Oregon is trying to best take advantage of Herbert’s final season. The sooner reliable Pittman is back on the field, the better for Oregon.

Official: Oregon football ranked No. 11 in preseason AP poll

Official: Oregon football ranked No. 11 in preseason AP poll

Oregon will open the 2019 season ranked No. 11 in the Preseason Associated Press Top 25 poll.

The Ducks are ranked to start the season for the 11th time in 12 seasons.

Oregon finished 2018 with a 9-4 record and unranked in the AP Poll but did receive votes after beating Michigan State in the Redbox Bowl, landing them at No. 33 in the final poll.

The Ducks, the highest ranked Pac-12 team, are scheduled to play four teams ranked in the preseason poll; road games against No. 13 Washington and No. 25 Stanford while hosting No. 23 Washington State.

Oregon’s opening opponent, Auburn, landed at No. 16. August 31 serves as a rematch of the 2011 BCS National Championship Game, the first time Oregon's highly touted 2019 freshmen class will take the field and the start of quarterback Justin Herbert’s final season as a Duck.

One other Pac-12 team made the cut in the Top 25: No. 14 Utah.

UO, which is No. 13 in the coaches poll, was picked to win the Pac-12 North Division at Pac-12 media day.

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