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  2. No argument here. I knew the chemistry wouldn't be matched when Lou retired.
  3. Joey is just a putz. Jesse has decent insight. But he's a hair above Kannell in his "tight" attire. Lou, Mark, and Rece made a lot better, more entertaining show. My for the day.
  4. Seven starters from last year's defense are gone. On the front, SC lost not just Sawyer but also Taylor Stallworth who is now playing for the New Orleans Saints plus Ulric Jones. At linebacker, we lost all-everything Skai Moore who was the heart and soul of our defense. In the secondary, we lost CB JaMarcus King and both safeties DJ Smith and Chris Lammons. Losing DE DJ Wonnum in the first game was a blow that this team has not recovered from. SC is playing a ton of young players and some are starting to be difference makers for this season and our future.
  5. Five Gamecock commits picked for NC-SC Shrine Bowl October 21, 2018 Five South Carolina commitments were among players picked for NC-SC Shrine Bowl. Four were picked to play on the South Carolina team – TL Hanna’s Zacch Pickens, Westwood’s Cam Smith, Williston-Elko’s Keshawn Toney and Northwestern receiver Jamario Holley. Central Cabarrus’ Derek Boykins was picked for NC team. Pickens is the No. 1 prospect in the state by various recruiting services and committed to South Carolina in early August. The defensive lineman has 52 tackles, three sacks on defense and has rushed for 12 touchdowns on offense this year. Smith, a defensive back, is the No. 2 ranked prospect in SC Class of 2019 according to 247Sports. It is the second all-star game selection for Smith, who was picked for the All-American Bowl. He has 33 tackles this season. Holley, the No. 3 prospect for the state, has 18 catches for 251 yards and four touchdowns and also has rushed for three scores. Toney is the 14th-ranked prospect in the state and had two touchdown catches Friday night. SC Shrine Bowl Roster Quarterbacks – Davis Beville, Greenville; Alex Meredith, TL Hanna Running backs – Ailym Ford, West Florence; Cortney Jackson, Abbeville; Ta Meric Williams, Greer Receivers – Cortes Braham, Westwood; Jalon Calhoun, Southside; DJ Chisolm, Berkeley; Jamario Holley, Northwestern; Quendarius Jefferson, Hillcrest; Donte Stanley, Latta Tight ends – Luke Deal, Emerald; Avery Reece, Belton-Honea Path; Keshawn Toney, Williston-Elko Offensive Lineman – Jackson Chappell, South Pointe; Jysaiah Cromer Broome; Jaylen Dunbar, Ridge View; John Gelotte Dorman; Evan Jumper, Myrtle Beach; Zion Nelson, Sumter; Kameren Stewart, Dutch Fork; Mason Trotter, Dorman; Wyatt Tunall, Chester; Defensive Lineman – Quack Cohen, Greer; Cooper Dawson, Hanahan; Devante Gambrell, Westside; Tysheik Galloway Belton-Honea Path; Zacch Pickens, TL Hanna; Nate Temple, Abbeville; Linebackers – Logan Billings, Boiling Springs; Deandre Cornish, Byrnes; Nick Dixon, Spartanburg; Davon Gilmore, Fort Dorchester; Shamar McCollum, Dillon; Mike McDowell, Boiling Springs; Jaquez Smith, Gaffney; Greg Williams, Swansea Defensive backs – Fentrell Cypress, Northwestern; Jalen Geiger, Spring Valley; Jaylen Mahoney, South Pointe; Hugh Ryan, Dutch Fork; Cam Smith, Westwood; Anthony Wilson, Spring Valley Kicker/punter – Michael Hayes, West Florence Head Coach: Jackie Hayes, Dillon Assistants: Steve Blanchard, Hanahan; Marion Brown, Baptist Hill; Steve LaPrad, Fort Dorchester; Chris Miller, Spartanburg; Ken Tucker, Bethune Bowman
  6. This true freshman could start changing the look of South Carolina’s offensive line Oct. 21, 2018 South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp didn’t say too much about freshman offensive tackle Dylan Wonnum coming off USC’s loss to Texas A&M. But how he played the former four-star prospect said a lot. After a missed block in the first half, Wonnum went in for Blake Camper at right tackle. By game’s end, he’d played about half the snaps, and there didn’t seem to be a highly noticeable drop-off. “He’s been improving and getting better and deserves the opportunity,” Muschamp said. USC came into the season relatively confident in its starting offensive line. The group overall hasn’t been dominant, but has been solid enough, and many of the struggles in the running game were put at the feet of the backs by Muschamp (outside the Missouri game). The staff didn’t know much about its second group, outside senior Malik Young. Reserve guard Jovaughn Gwyn was lost for the year with an injury. Wonnum had not played since garbage time in the opener, but he was being played like more of a factor against the Aggies. Wonnum came to Columbia as the No. 148-ranked recruit in the country. The mobile 6-foot-5, 323-pound lineman played for a powerhouse in Georgia and followed his brother D.J. Wonnum to the Gamecocks. Like most young linemen, there were expectations he’d take it slow. Muschamp promised to play him in the opener, a blowout of a Sun Belt team, but after not playing in four games, it appeared a redshirt might be in the cards with the new four-game rule. After South Carolina’s last game, that looks less likely, with a larger role for the first-year lineman perhaps being more realistic. “He’s earned the right,” Muschamp said.
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  13. What’s going on with South Carolina’s Jamyest Williams? October 20, 2018 THE STATE In terms of playing a role, Jamyest Williams has given South Carolina football a good number of snaps in his first season and a half on campus. The 5-foot-9 defensive back was the team’s starting nickel most of the 2017 season. This fall, the Grayson High School product has been at safety, helping hold up a struggling position and occasionally dropping down to nickel when things get shuffled. He came in as a four-star prospect, and his career has been fraught with highs and lows through 17 games. USC coach Will Muschamp was asked recently on his weekly call-in show if Williams could ever find himself playing a pure cornerback role. “We really like Jam as far as a slot cover guy to match upon some of the slot receivers,” Muschamp said. “Which aren’t some of the bigger receivers in those situations as far as matchups are concerned. You look at last week, when we played Texas A&M, they had a longer tight end. He had one snap in the entire game where he was matched up on (Jace) Sternberger.” The former Kansas player and junior college product gave South Carolina fits, posting 145 yards on seven catches. Much of that came in complementing the run game and being able to outmuscle South Carolina’s smaller safeties. Williams has shown the ability to stick with smaller receivers, cover ground quickly to close down plays and occasionally do some ball hawking. For the season, he’s got 21 tackles, one for loss, one interception and one pass break-up. His season as a new position featured some ups and downs.Will Muschamp said Williams was upset when he wasn’t getting much work, as J.T. Ibe and Steven Montac were the top unit. But he’s seen more work since Ibe hurt his knee (he’s expected to miss at least the Tennessee game), and has usually been competent. But another move to the outside for the No. 76 player in the 2016 recruiting class, that’s not likely. “Those are some matchup issues you deal with, as far as when you get on the outside, you’re playing against bigger receivers, which are harder to matchup on,” Muschamp said. “And I thought for the most part in our last ballgame, our guys did a nice job of finding the right matchups and things we kind of planned for going into the game.” South Carolina will have a rebuild in its secondary next season, as four opening-day starters and five contributors will graduate. That will leave Williams, star freshman Jaycee Horn, freshmen Israel Mukuamu and R.J. Roderick, both on the edge of the rotation, and transfer Jamel Cook as options going forward. Muschamp contrasted the more narrow role Williams has had in Columbia with the more expansive one he had in high school. Coming out, there were some rumblings he could help on special teams or offense, and his high school coach Jeff Herron has said he imagines Williams could contribute with the ball in his hands. “Jam was a guy that was actually a two-way player at Grayson High School,” Muschamp said. “A really good ball-carrier as far as a running back is concerned. Played corner, punt returner, did a lot of really good things for that football team, and they won a state championship his senior year.”
  14. Will Muschamp pleased with progress of four-star Gamecocks freshman lineman October 20, 2018 THE STATE Rick Sandidge opened this football season as South Carolina’s No. 5 defensive tackle. He was set to play behind three veterans and a fellow freshman in Kingsley Enagbare, who had enrolled in the spring. Sandidge enrolled in the summer, and had to spend fall camp speeding through the learning curve of college football. So how has he looked to coaches through the first half of his freshman year. “He’s playing really well,” Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp said on his weekly call-in show. “You look at the last ball game; he came in and, really, he’s making strides every single day.” The Concord, N.C., product didn’t register any stats against the Aggies, but at moments, he seemed to make an impact. For the season, he has five tackles, one for loss. The 6-foot-5, 285-pounder was one of the last members of the team’s 2018 recruiting class and one of the key pieces. He was the No. 141 recruit in the country in the 247 Sports composite rankings, one of eight four-star members of the class. He officially picked USC on the February National Signing Day. He came in at a spot with Javon Kinlaw as an anchor, Kobe Smith as a veteran and part-time end Keir Thomas mostly working inside. Enagbare came in as a bigger end and became a smaller tackle, but it was also a spot where USC needs more production. Sandidge, a former defensive end, had played more than 10 snaps in the Gamecocks’ two season-opening blowouts, slipped below that mark the next two games and has seen his workload increase the past two weeks. USC is currently in the midst of an off week, a period when younger players usually get more reps in practice, and coming out of that, the staff is excited about the future of the interior lineman. “We had a really good young practice for our young players on Tuesday,” Muschamp said. “To really give them a lot of attention and a lot of reps. He continues to improve. He is going to be a really good football player at South Carolina, and I’m glad we’ve got him. He is a wonderful young man, and we’re really excited about our future.”
  15. Damn feat, I’m so sorry, but at least the operation is done and is behind you now. Let’s hope everything will be ok
  16. Jake Bentley is well known for his emotional leadership for South Carolina, especially after big plays when he celebrates with teammates. But after his first touchdown and two-point conversion, Bentley took his helmet and smashed a chair on the sideline as he bounced into teammates, firing everyone up along the way. It was captured by WLTX and the video has circulated since Saturday’s game. On his Sunday media teleconference, coach Will Muschamp was asked about the video and said he had no knowledge of it, but that Bentley, “battled his ass off and put us in position to win the game.” The coach added that Bentley’s their quarterback, and he wants players to be who they are. As South Carolina enters its bye week, questions continued about the direction of the team at quarterback as Bentley struggled early in the loss to Texas A&M, but also engineered a strong third quarter, and watched several receivers drop catchable passes. Muschamp returned to Bentley after he sat out the Missouri game with a knee injury and Michael Scarnecchia played very well in the win, and it appears that won’t change any time soon.
  17. Report: South Carolina DB Korey Banks transferring from program Oct. 20, 2018 South Carolina suffered a loss during its bye week. Redshirt sophomore defensive back Korey Banks is no longer with the team and is seeking a transfer, according to a report from The State. Banks spent time as both a receiver and defensive back during his stay with the Gamecocks, though he did not play much this season and recorded just one tackle. The 5-foot-11, 191-pound Banks was a 3-star prospect who attended Sandy Creek High in Tyrone, Georgia. Projected as a receiver out of high school, Banks caught just one pass as a freshman before switching to the secondary as a sophomore and ultimately taking a redshirt. Following this week’s open date, South Carolina (3-3, 2-3 SEC) hosts Tennessee (3-3, 1-2) at 7:30 p.m. ET on Oct. 27.
  18. Taking a look at the rest of South Carolina’s schedule The Gamecocks are off this week, so let’s see what’s in store for the rest of the season. With the bye week upon us, the South Carolina Gamecocks are sitting with a 3-3 (2-3 SEC) record, and are alone in fourth place in the Eastern Division standings. While this isn’t a particularly inspiring record, it’s also not as heinous as the fan base’s current mood would have you believe — especially since two of the losses were ones most folks had chalked up in the preseason (Georgia and Texas A&M). Of course, falling for the fifth straight year in a row to the Aggies and also Kentucky was hard to watch, and the Gamecocks were denied a chance at a feel-good rebound after Georgia when their date with Marshall was canceled because of Hurricane Florence. Ultimately, despite having played six games, this South Carolina team still feels like an enigma. With roughly half a season of football left, let’s take a look at the remaining schedule. vs. Tennessee Well, uh, this game suddenly looks a lot more tricky than it did a couple weeks ago. The Volunteers got off to a rough start this season, continuing their woeful play from 2017, and had many thinking they were cruising for another 0-8 mark in the SEC. Suddenly, the Vols came up with a shocking upset of Auburn, topping the Tigers in Jordan-Hare Stadium as the college football world looked on with no small amount of astonishment. New coach Jeremy Pruitt now already has a signature win, and UT has a bit of its swagger back as a result. This still feels like a game South Carolina “should” win, but these Halloween matchups with Tennessee tend to get a little spooky. at Ole Miss This could be a wild one. The Rebels, who opened the season with a batshit entertaining win over Texas Tech, are true to their usual brand and sporting a fancy offense with absolutely no semblance of a defense. Although Ole Miss is fourth in the West, it’s got a solid 5-2 record, with its only defeats coming to division heavyweights Alabama and LSU. Given that this one is on the road, I’d have to lean toward the Rebels here, but South Carolina shouldn’t be counted completely out. In terms of how the game itself unfolds, it kind of feels like there are two options: It’ll either be a crazy shootout, or the final score is something like 16-9. Really, it’s going to be kind of bizarre all on its own just to watch the Gamecocks against this team, considering it’s been almost a decade. at Florida I can’t make heads or tails out of this Florida team, and I’m not really sure anyone else can either. The Gators have enjoyed quite a bit of hype since Dan Mullen returned to lead the program, and UF has been yo-yoing up and down the Top 25 rankings based on its somewhat erratic performance. The Gators committed the sin of finally losing to Kentucky and breaking a 31-year winning streak over the Wildcats, but then shocked a top-5 LSU squad on the road — and then proceeded to struggle mightily with Vanderbilt, although they eventually put the Commodores away. Regardless, the Gators are currently tied with Georgia for first in the East with a 4-1 record, and it’s all just kind of annoying. South Carolina has a chance in this one, but it’ll be tough at the Swamp, and it depends at least partially on which Florida team shows up. Will it be the Gators that gutted out a massive win against LSU, or the ones that flailed their way to a 13-6 victory against a decent Mississippi State? vs. Chattanooga This is the closest thing to a sure win the Gamecocks have left on the schedule, which yeah, is a scary thing to think about for too long. The 5-2 Mocs have been having a solid year, currently sitting at 3-2 in the Southern Conference, but they’re an FCS squad and should not challenge South Carolina. (Emphasis on “should.” [I’m joking. Mostly.]) at Clemson Our friends in the Upstate have been having kind of an interesting season. The Tigers are undefeated, but not quite running roughshod through their schedule — both Texas A&M and Syracuse put a serious scare into them, and they actually caught some negative PR for once with their quarterback drama. But Trevor Lawrence seems to be settling in just fine as the starter, and realistically speaking, there isn’t anyone else who can challenge them in their division or the ACC. The Tigers might end up in another close game or two, but they’ve got some serious mojo on their side (yet another thing they stole from Auburn?). A College Football Playoff berth feels all but imminent, even though this isn’t Clemson’s strongest team of late. Anyway, all that to say: Better luck next year. Hopefully. vs. ??? I’m just gonna be real here: It’s a little ridiculous that South Carolina still has yet to schedule a makeup game for the Marshall cancellation, and hasn’t even given an update about plans to do so. The Gamecocks have no chance at playing in Atlanta on Dec. 1, and unfortunately, they might need this “extra” game to become bowl eligible. I suppose the administration could be waiting to see if Marshall will also be free that day, since the Herd is more involved in their conference title hunt — and there aren’t many other teams that will be available. Let’s hope that’s what it is, and not that the athletic department is taking a nap. SBNATION
  19. Tell you one tough surgery guys. They were only to cut me twice but had a total of 5 cuts, had to get behind my kidney to remove the tumor. They got it all and it is looking good. Get the final report Tuesday. Was a robotic surgery. This was harder on me then my open heart Surgery. Still loaded with painkillers. Really move your guts around very very sore right now. Just wanted to give you all the overall picture. Take care and thanks again.
  20. Gamecocks QB commit Luke Doty has career night against Wilson October 20, 2018 Myrtle Beach quarterback Luke Doty had a night to remember Friday night. The South Carolina Class of 2020 commit threw a career-high seven touchdowns as the Seahawks defeated Wilson 49-7 to remain unbeaten on the season. Doty finished 23-of-35 for 281 yards on the night. Myrtle Beach is 6-0 and 3-0 in Region 6-4a with two games left. Three of Doty’s TD passes were 30 yards or more. “We put together a great offensive performance,” Doty told The Sun News. “We put a lot of points up on the board. We’ve got a lot of guys around us that can make plays and they definitely did tonight. They really did make me look good.” Zacch Pickens and Ryan Hilinski, two of the the Gamecocks’ top recruits for Class of 2019, had big nights Friday. Pickens continued his success on both sides of the ball as he ran for 70 yards and a pair of touchdowns, including a 54-yarder in the 56-24 win over Laurens. He has 11 rushing touchdowns on the season. On defense, Pickens led the team with 10 tackles. Hilinski and Orange Lutheran bounced back with a 28-20 win over Servite. Hilinski threw three TDs, including a 92-yard one to Logan Loya, and finished with 352 yards on 24-of-36 passing. The 352 yards were four off his career high set earlier this year. Class of 2019 Devontae Davis (Georgia Military) – Off this week Jahkeem Green (Highland CC JC) – Plays Garden City Community College on Saturday. Traevon Kenion (Wake Forest HS, N.C.) – Had a TD catch in Wake Forest’s win over Rolesville. Class of 2020 Mecose Todd (Villa Rice HS, Ga.) – Had a TD run in 36-8 win over Woodland.
  21. High School Football Scoreboard Week 9 OCTOBER 19, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here are reported high school football scores across South Carolina ABBEVILLE 31 SALUDA 13 AC FLORA 38 LOWER RICHLAND 12 AIRPORT 24 SOUTH AIKEN 7 ANDREW JACKSON ACADEMY 94 CATHEDRAL ACADEMY 8 AYNOR 47 LORIS 22 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 28 WHALE BRANCH 7 BAPTIST HILL 74 MILITARY MAGNET 12 BARNWELL 42 WOODLAND 21 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 36 FOX CREEK 13 BEAUFORT 33 HILTON HEAD 18 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 74 PALMETTO CHRISTIAN 34 BELTON-HONEA PATH 41 WREN 24 BERKELEY 51 STRATFORD 12 BETHESDA 24 SPARTANBURG CHRISTIAN 20 BETHUNE-BOWMAN 30 CE MURRAY 16 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 52 WILLISTON-ELKO 20 BLUFFTON 34 COLLETON COUNTY 31 BLYTHEWOOD 31 LUFOFF-ELGIN 7 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 27 AIKEN 13 BROOME 65 CAROLINA ACADEMY 20 BUFORD 28 LEE CENTRAL 6 BURKE 36 NORTH CHARLESTON 31 BYRNES 42 HILLCREST 35 CALHOUN ACADEMY 44 TRI ACADEMY 2 CAROLINA ACADEMY 26 DILLON CHRISTIAN 13 CARVERS BAY 28 EAST CLARENDON 7 CENTRAL 45 ANDREW JACKSON 14 CHAPMAN 42 SOUTHSIDE 24 CHESTER 34 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 15 CHESTERFIELD 55 CAROLINA PRIDE 26 COLLETON PREP 34 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 6 COLUMBIA 26 CALHOUN COUNTY 24 CONWAY 37 ST. JAMES 14 DANIEL 42 PICKENS 17 DILLON 42 LAKE CITY 7 DORMAN 22 MAULDIN 6 DREHER 21 LAKEWOOD 19 EMERALD 34 CLINTON 19 FAITH RIDGE 77 HOLLY HILL ACADEMY 40 FIRST BAPTIST 63 AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 14 FORT DORCHESTER 31 ASHLEY RIDGE 25 GAFFNEY 42 BOILING SPRINGS 14 GARRETT 45 PHILLIP SIMMONS 26 GEORGETOWN 18 BISHOP ENGLAND 13 GILBERT 48 EDISTO 19 GOOSE CREEK 31 JAMES ISLAND 14 GRAY COLLEGIATE 35 EAU CLAIRE 6 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 22 HEMINGWAY 21 GREENVILLE 54 BEREA 14 GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN 49 ROBERT E. LEE 34 GREER 59 EASTSIDE 28 HAMMOND 63 CARDINAL NEWMAN 27 HANAHAN 19 MANNING 14 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 42 LATTA 21 HARTSVILLE 35 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 12 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 31 JOHN PAUL II 20 HILTON HEAD PREP 44 NORTHWOOD 27 HUNTER-KINDARD-TYLER 48 NORTH 0 INDIAN LAND 20 CAMDEN 14 JEFFERSON DAVIS 32 CLARENDON HALL 20 KINGSTREE 14 JOHNSONVILLE 8 LAKE VIEW 69 CREEK BRIDGE 6 LAMAR 53 GREAT FALLS 0 LANCASTER 23 WESTWOOD 20 LANDRUM 20 BLACKSBURG 6 LAURENCE MANNING 43 PINEWOOD PREP 0 LEXINGTON 14 CHAPIN 6 MARION 37 CHERAW 36 MARLBORO COUNTY 41 DARLINGTON 6 MAY RIVER 49 BATTERY CREEK 7 MCBEE 23 TIMMONSVILLE 22 MULLINS 48 ANDREWS 22 MYRTLE BEACH 49 WILSON 7 NORTH AUGUSTA 44 MIDLAND VALLEY 0 NORTH CENTRAL 62 LEWISVILLE 0 NORTHWESTERN 42 FORT MILL 14 ORANGEBURG PREP 49 OAKBROOK PREP 0 PEE DEE 42 CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 6 PENDLETON 22 LIBERTY 6 PORTER GAUD 14 BEN LIPPEN 7 POWDERSVILLE 14 WEST OAK 6 RICHARD WINN 49 WW KING 0 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 41 ESTILL 15 RIVER BLUFF 24 WHITE KNOLL 13 ROCK HILL 25 NATION FORD 22 SCOTT’S BRANCH 67 CROSS 20 SENECA 21 CRESCENT 14 SILVER BLUFF 17 NINETY SIX 0 SOUTH FLORENCE 42 SOCASTEE 18 SOUTH POINTE 38 RIDGE VIEW 35 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 63 WARREN COUNTY, NC 23 SPARTANBURG 52 RIVERSIDE 7 ST. JOHN’S 52 CHARLESTON MATH & SCIENCE 0 ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN 64 PATRICK HENRY 0 ST. JOSEPH’S 35 CHRIST CHURCH 10 STROM THURMOND 31 PELION 13 SUMTER 38 SPRING VALLEY 0 THOMAS HEYWARD 49 DORCHESTER ACADEMY 6 TIMBERLAND 34 OCEANSIDE COLLEGIATE 14 TL HANNA 56 LAURENS 24 TRAVELERS REST 43 BLUE RIDGE 18 TRINITY-BYRNES 56 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 14 UNION COUNTY 28 NEWBERRY 21 WACCAMAW 57 ACADEMIC MAGNET 0 WADE HAMPTON 56 JL MANN 0 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 56 RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE 0 WAGENER-SALLEY 46 DENMARK-OLAR 0 WALHALLA 49 PALMETTO 20 WANDO 24 CANE BAY 14 WARDLAW 60 LAURENS ACADEMY 12 WARE SHOALS 38 CALHOUN FALLS 12 WEST ASHLEY 63 STALL 24 WEST FLORENCE 51 CAROLINA FOREST 44 WESTSIDE 28 GREENWOOD 17 WHITMIRE 34 MCCORMICK 22 WILLIAMSBURG ACADEMY 29 THE KING’S 27 WILSON HALL 34 THOMAS SUMTER 7 WOODMONT 28 EASLEY 21 WOODRUFF 48 MID CAROLINA 3 YORK 39 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 0
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