2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Owner Standings
MORE: XFINITY owner standings " Camping World owner standings Owner Car # Points Ldr Behind leader Nxt Race Wins Stage Wins Playoff points Attempts 1 Chip Ganassi Racing 42 184 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 Hendrick Motorsports 24 171 -13 -13 0 1 1 4 3 Furniture Row Racing 78 153 -31 -18 1 2 7 4 4 Team Penske 2 143 -41 -10 1 0 5 4 5 Team Penske 22 135 -49 -8 0 1 1 4 6 Wood Brothers Racing 21 127 -57 -8 0 0 0 4 7 Chip Ganassi Racing 1 119 -65 -4 0 0 0 4 8 Stewart-Haas Racing 4 113 -71 -6 0 3 3 4 9 Stewart-Haas Racing 41 105 -79 -8 1 0 5 4 10 Hendrick Motorsports 5 105 -79 0 0 0 0 4 11 Richard Childress Racing 31 101 -83 -4 1 0 5 4 12 Roush Fenway Racing 6 100 -84 -1 0 0 0 4 13 Joe Gibbs Racing 18 97 -87 -3 0 1 1 4 14 Joe Gibbs Racing 11 97 -87 0 0 0 0 4 15 Stewart-Haas Racing 14 97 -87 0 0 0 0 4 16 Hendrick Motorsports 48 93 -91 -4 0 0 0 4 17 Richard Petty Motorsports 43 90 -94 -3 0 0 0 4 18 Furniture Row Racing 77 82 -102 -8 0 0 0 4 19 Richard Childress Racing 27 78 -106 -4 0 0 0 4 20 Joe Gibbs Racing 20 72 -112 -6 0 0 0 4 21 Joe Gibbs Racing 19 72 -112 0 0 0 0 4 22 Roush Fenway Racing 17 71 -113 -1 0 0 0 4 23 Hendrick Motorsports 88 70 -114 -1 0 0 0 4 24 Germain Racing 13 68 -116 -2 0 0 0 4 25 Richard Childress Racing 3 66 -118 -2 0 0 0 4 26 Leavine Family Racing 95 62 -122 -4 0 0 0 4 27 GO FAS Racing 32 56 -128 -6 0 0 0 4 28 Front Row Motorsports 34 55 -129 -1 0 0 0 4 29 Stewart-Haas Racing 10 52 -132 -3 0 0 0 4 30 TriStar Motorsports 72 50 -134 -2 0 0 0 4 31 Premium Motorsports 15 48 -136 -2 0 0 0 4 32 JTG Daugherty Racing 47 39 -145 -9 0 0 0 4 33 JTG Daugherty Racing 37 39 -145 0 0 0 0 4 34 Front Row Motorsports 38 37 -147 -2 0 0 0 4 35 Beard Motorsports 175 26 -158 -11 0 0 0 1 36 Circle Sport / TMG 33 21 -163 -5 0 0 0 4 37 BK Racing 23 19 -165 -2 0 0 0 4 38 BK Racing 83 18 -166 -1 0 0 0 4 39 Tommy Baldwin Racing 7 17 -167 -1 0 0 0 1 40 Rick Ware Racing 51 7 -177 -10 0 0 0 4 41 Premium Motorsports 55 7 -177 0 0 0 0 4 42 Gaunt Brothers Racing 96 1 -183 -6 0 0 0 1
Take a tour of Wood Brothers Racing's new shop
Ever wanted to take a tour around one of the race shops of one of NASCAR's most storied teams? Well, now you can -- thanks to Wood Brothers Racing , formed in 1950. While the team is old, the shop is new. The organization recently moved headquarters to Mooresville, North Carolina to be closer to their Ford-affiliated counterpart, Team Penske . Now separated by just seven miles, expect the technical alliance between the pair to grow considerably in 2017 as the Wood Bros. attempt to put a driver in the Chase for the first time in its history with talented Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series sophomore Ryan Blaney . Watch the video below to see the Wood Brothers' new digs.
Wood Brothers lease charter from Go Fas Racing for 2017
NASCAR premier series driver Ryan Blaney and the Wood Brothers Racing team will be guaranteed a spot in all 36 races in 2017 now that the organization has obtained a Charter through a lease agreement with Go FAS Racing . Blaney qualified for all 36 races this past season based on his qualifying times in the No. 21 Ford. Two years ago the team missed three races when inclement weather forced the cancellation of qualifying and the field was set per the NASCAR rule book. Team officials indicated that having a guaranteed starting position takes weather and other concerns that could impact making the starting field off the table going forward. Go FAS Racing , owned by Archie St. Hilaire, fields the No. 32 Ford in NASCAR's premier series. Eight drivers made at least one start for the team in 2016, although officials announced Thursday that Matt DiBenedetto would be the team's driver of record for the '17 season. MORE: DiBenedetto joins Go Fas Racing for 2017 While the team leased the No. 32 Charter to the Wood Brothers group, it has also since leased the No. 44 Charter from Richard Petty Motorsports , thus guaranteeing DiBenedetto a starting position as well. Officials with RPM, which also fields the No. 43 for driver Aric Almirola , have not indicated the status of the No. 44 team since the unexpected retirement of former driver Brian Scott at the conclusion of '16. "A couple of months ago we were evaluating where we were going to go," St. Hilaire told SiriusXM NASCAR on Thursday. "We looked at it -- I'm good friends with Eddie and Len ( Wood ) ... we said 'Look, let's lease the Charter for a year, regroup and see what we want to do long term. ... "The opportunity arose with the departure of Brian Scott that there was an opening for the charter on the 44 team. After we had already signed with the Wood Brothers a few months ago, this opportunity came up." The Charter system, which was unveiled before the start of the '16 season, awarded guaranteed starting positions to those teams that had attempted to qualify for all races from 2013 through 2015. Thirty-six teams met that criteria, leaving four positions available for Open (non-Chartered) teams. The Wood Brothers team, one of the longest-tenured organizations in NASCAR, ran a limited schedule from 2009 through 2015. It resumed running the full 36-race schedule this past season, one which saw rookie Blaney finish 20th in points. &amp;amp;amp;lt;/p&amp;amp;amp;gt;
Joey Logano nabs Coors Light Pole at Phoenix
RELATED : Qualifying results " See the full field BUY TICKETS: See the races in Phoenix Joey Logano launched his way to the top of the heap in Coors Light Pole Qualifying on Friday at Phoenix Raceway, claiming the first starting spot for Sunday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event. Logano drove the Team Penske No. 22 Ford to a best lap of 137.321 mph in the last of three rounds of qualifying on the 1-mile track. The pole award was Logano's first of the season, first at the Arizona oval and the 18th of his Monster Energy Series career. Logano is the most recent winner at the 1-mile track, prevailing in the desert last November. "I didn't think it was going to be quite good enough, but I pushed as hard as I could," Logano told FS1 after his fast final lap. "Sometimes you overdrive it a little bit and you still make speed, so proud of this team and proud of this Ford front row. That's a pretty special deal, so excited for the race now." Ryan Blaney will share the front row for Sunday's Camping World 500 (3:30 p.m. ET, FOX, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio), the second event in the three-race NASCAR Goes West swing. He powered the Wood Brothers Racing No. 21 Ford to the second-fastest lap of the final qualifying session at 136.877 mph. Dale Earnhardt Jr. will start third in the Hendrick Motorsports No. 88 Chevrolet after a lap of 136.783 mph. Chip Ganassi Racing teammates Kyle Larson (136.654 mph) and Jamie McMurray (136.302 mph) completed the top five, respectively. Kyle Busch, who won the pole for Phoenix's March date last year, landed the ninth-fastest lap in the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 18 Toyota. Kevin Harvick, the defending race winner with eight Phoenix victories in his career, was just 23rd-fastest in the Stewart-Haas Racing No. 4 Ford. Martin Truex Jr., last week's winner at Las Vegas, was 16th-fastest in the Furniture Row Racing No. 78 Toyota. Both drivers were unable to make the 12-driver cut for the final round of qualifying. A pair of practice sessions are on tap for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series on Saturday, the final prep for Sunday's 312-mile main event. &lt;/p&gt;
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Wood Brothers Racing reacts to Charter news
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- A race team that has been competing in NASCAR for almost as long as there has been a NASCAR, a team that has two of its members in the NASCAR Hall of Fame and can claim 98 victories -- including five in the Daytona 500 -- enters the 2016 season as one of a handful of organizations without one of NASCAR's new Charters. And that, officials with Wood Brothers Racing said here Thursday at Daytona International Speedway , is understandable. "Had we been racing fulltime from 2008 to now we would have been right in the middle of it because we would have been one of them (to obtain a Charter)," Eddie Wood , President of the organization, said. "We just happened to be in a different spot." It was a "spot" created by the team following the 2008 season, a decision made based on the economic situation and the performance of the No. 21 team at the time. Scale back and continue to compete, when and where possible, always with the goal of eventually returning to full-time status. But full-time status came too late for the Woods. NASCAR officials announced the new system earlier this week, awarding 36 teams Charters that guarantee a starting position in Sprint Cup Series fields. To receive a Charter, a team had to have attempted to qualify for all points races since the start of the 2013 season. Wood Brothers Racing has run less than fulltime since '09. A new arrangement with Team Penske , and with backing from Ford and others, allowed the team to announce last season that it would return to full-time status in '16. "We could have done what we did, which was race part time," Wood said, "but when we show up we are competitive and spending enough money to get all the right stuff, the right people and right driver. That actually turned into a Daytona 500 win (in 2011 with driver Trevor Bayne ). "The other choice we would have had was to do a start-and-park or race as best you can and that is not really fair to your sponsors. Ford Motor Company stood by us so long it wouldn’t be fair to them. "Or we could have quit." Len Wood , Chief Operating Officer for the organization, said running a full schedule with partial funding "would have been an embarrassment to our family … if we just showed up and took a check. "We didn't. We tried to perform every time we showed up. It didn't always work out that way, but that is what we tried to do.” Because the team does not have a Charter, rookie driver Ryan Blaney will have to make the field each week through qualifying, being among the four fastest Open teams vying for one of the remaining positions in what will now be 40-car fields. Last season, the team missed three races when qualifying was cancelled due to inclement weather, and starting positions were assigned based on car owner points. Len Wood said based on the team’s performance a year ago, earning one of the available starting positions "shouldn't be an issue as long as we perform like we know we can. "Now if the car doesn't crank or (Blaney) goes out and hits a wall or something, then we have a problem," he said. "… It is hard to overcome something like that. If you are fast enough every week that shouldn't be an issue." Glen Wood founded Wood Brothers Racing in the family's tiny hometown of Stuart, Va. He was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2012; younger brother Leonard Wood , who was crew chief for the team during much of its success, was inducted into the Hall the following year. News of the Charter system may have caught the elder Wood off guard, but Len Wood said his father "is fine." "He's coming down here tomorrow (Saturday)," he said, adding that it will be Glen Wood's "70th year for Speedweeks. "He said something about it being his 70th Daytona 500 but there have only been like (58). He came down here in 1947 to watch his hero, Curtis Turner, race on the sand. Daddy started racing in 1953 on the sand himself." So while there is disappointment at being excluded, Eddie Wood reiterated that decisions made in the past put the team in its current situation. But he said he would not change the way things played out if given the chance. "I wouldn't turn around and switch it for that win with Trevor here if you gave me two Charters," he said. "That is how much winning (the Daytona 500 ) means. It is this race. Not just a race, (it's) the race. This race is above all others. I don't care if it is Indy, Le Mans, this race is above all others."
$1 million bonus again attainable in Dash 4 Cash
BUY TICKETS: See the races in Phoenix MORE: Dash 4 Cash 101 It is a decidedly different venue and slightly different format, but the opportunity remains the same -- the chance to earn a $100,000 bonus and move one step closer to a potential $1 million payoff. The NASCAR XFINITY Series Dash 4 Cash program makes its Phoenix Raceway debut this weekend with Saturday's DC Solar 200 (4 p.m. ET, FOX, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR). It's the ninth year of the four-race program that rewards the highest-finishing series regular in each race with a $100,000 bonus. Should the same driver finish highest in all four D4C races, he would pocket an additional $600,000 bonus for a $1 million total -- the $600,000 bonus officially was confirmed Tuesday night. Three of this year's four Dash 4 Cash races will be contested at venues that have hosted XFINITY Series events since the series' inaugural 1982 season -- Bristol, Richmond and Dover. Phoenix has been a series staple since '99 and replaces Indianapolis Motor Speedway as a D4C race this season. "For me in particular I think it's great," Justin Allgaier, one of four drivers for JR Motorsports and the most recent Dash 4 Cash winner, told NASCAR.com Tuesday. "I've been very fortunate that of the race tracks we go to, 1-mile ovals are definitely kind of my advantages I would say. "But the other part of it is that it's just a great place, right? It's fan-friendly, it's fun to race on; it's one of those places where you can actually battle somebody wheel-to-wheel and run multiple laps side by side and really not affect your day. Some race tracks you go to you can race side-by-side but you're better off just to get in line and go. Phoenix is one of those places that kind of warrants itself to two and three lanes and different approaches. "So from a series standpoint I think it's great but from a Justin Allgaier standpoint I think it's even better." Allgaier snapped up the $100,000 bonus in the final D4C event last season, at Indianapolis. Unlike last year when the four D4C-eligible drivers were determined based on finishing positions in two heat races, this year the four qualifiers will be based on finishing positions in the first two stages of each D4C race. With race and playoff points already up for grabs at the conclusion of each stage, the opportunity to earn a D4C berth will make stage finishes even more important if not necessarily any more tense. "In some ways as drivers we're already racing for everything we've got to get those (stage) points," Allgaier said. "... I don't know that it gives you any more or less pressure. You know you're going to have to push as hard as you can. And hope, hope, hope that you're in a good spot there. That's no different to me whether it's a Dash 4 Cash race, last weekend in Las Vegas or two weeks from now at Auto Club ... it's the same pressure to put yourself in the top 10." Competitors with five or more years of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series experience, and not competing for XFINITY Series points, are not eligible to compete in Dash 4 Cash events. While that eligibility requirement excludes drivers such as Kyle Busch and Dale Earnhardt Jr., two of last year's D4C race winners, there will be Monster Energy Series drivers in Saturday's race. Austin Dillon (Richard Childress Racing ) and Ty Dillon (Germain Racing ) will compete for RCR; Daniel Suarez (Joe Gibbs Racing ) and Erik Jones (Furniture Row Racing ) will compete for JGR while Ryan Blaney ( Wood Brothers Racing ) will be behind the wheel of the No. 22 Ford for Team Penske. Fifteen drivers have won one or more D4C bonuses with Elliott Sadler, Regan Smith and Austin Dillon topping the list at three apiece. No driver has swept all four races to cash out with the $1 million bonus. "What XFINITY and Comcast do for our sport in general, whether it's just XFINITY or all of NASCAR, is just incredible," Allgaier said. "To see the amount of time and effort and energy and resources that they put into this sport is absolutely amazing. "I think this program couldn't happen in a better series and I hope they keep going with it because it's been really cool."
Young NASCAR drivers find their groove early in 2017
BUY TICKETS: See the races in Phoenix " Full schedule RELATED: Youth rising in Power Rankings " Young drivers show skill and fire Kyle Larson stood alone on the far end of pit road in the moments after the season-opening Daytona 500, feeling gutted that he had brought the field to the white flag in NASCAR's biggest race, only to run out of gas and sputter around the superspeedway on the final lap. He finished 12th instead of hoisting the big trophy. And still, for all the understandably immense disappointment of having come so close, Larson was also upbeat and optimistic after climbing out of his bright red Target Chevrolet. The performance proved to him and his Chip Ganassi Racing team -- and to all his competitors -- that the 24-year-old was ready to rumble. Now. And he's not alone. The 25-and-under club is high-achieving in the sport right now. Larson and 21-year old Chase Elliott are ranked second and third, respectively, in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series standings entering this weekend's race at Phoenix Raceway. Ryan Blaney, 23, is sixth in the standings. Joey Logano, 26, is fifth and Trevor Bayne, 26, is ranked 11th. RELATED: Series standings after Las Vegas Thanks to back-to-back runner-up showings after Daytona -- at Atlanta and Las Vegas -- Larson, driver of the No. 42 Target Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing , is at a career high in the points standings, a single point behind leader Brad Keselowski with some good tracks for him coming up on the schedule. Larson finished third at this week's venue, Phoenix, the last time the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series raced there in November. And he finished runner-up in his 2014 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut at Auto Club Speedway, where the circuit heads next week. Elliott sits just behind Larson in the points standings, only three points out of the lead. After winning the pole position for the season-opening Daytona 500, Elliott posted the longest consecutive streak out front in the race -- 23 laps. However, like Larson, his No. 24 NAPA Chevy ran out of gas on the final lap and he ended up with a frustrating 14th-place finish. Elliott, son of NASCAR Hall of Famer Bill Elliott, has not-too-surprisingly proven to be a quick study. He was fifth at Atlanta and third at Vegas over the weekend, further establishing himself not only as a race contender but also a viable championship player. He finished eighth in this Phoenix race last year (he has two top 10s in two starts there) and sixth the next week at Auto Club. "I'm really proud of the way we have performed," Elliott said. "Our pit stops have been great, our car has been good, we have been able to run solidly in the top five the past couple of weeks, which is great for me and our team. We've just got to keep that going and find that next little bit." Wood Brothers Racing's Blaney trails fellow Ford driver Keselowski by 26 points heading into the second stop of the three-race West Coast Swing. He was an impressive runner up in the season-opening Daytona 500 and 18th at Atlanta and seventh at Vegas. "Just need that little more," he tweeted after his Las Vegas top 10. He has top-10 finishes in both his previous Phoenix starts, including an eighth-place result last November. He was collected in an early-race crash in his only start at Fontana, Calif. last year. POLL: Which young driver will win first Both Monster Energy Series rookies Erik Jones and Daniel Suarez are working their way through a learning curve. However, Jones is surely looking forward to arriving in Phoenix. He won his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race ever at the 1-miler in 2013 and then won again there -- from the pole -- the next year. He was the polesitter for the 2015 truck race as well. In the XFINITY Series he has five top 10s -- two top threes -- in as many starts there. He won the pole and finished runner up there last March. Jones has started from the front row -- including the pole position in his Auto Club debut -- and finished third and 15th in the XFINITY Series at Fontana. Suarez considers Phoenix his "home track," considering its proximity to his native Mexico. And he likewise must be looking forward to his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut there thanks to a solid record at the oval. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver won the truck race there last November and has three top-five finishes in four XFINITY Series starts -- a best of third last spring. He won the pole and finished fourth at Auto Club last year. The good start for these drivers is just that. A start. "Super happy with how our season has gotten started," Larson said following his runner-up effort Sunday. "Way better than where I have ever started a season, so I'm really happy about that, proud of our team. I had fun. The stages were really exciting or the ends of them, because of the way the cautions fell and different pit strategies and stuff, people staying out made it exciting taking off. Really liking the format change and all that. Hopefully we can keep these top five's rolling and maybe get a win or two here shortly." RELATED: Stage lengths for Phoenix Not only does the legitimate boost in competition help those young drivers, it is good for the whole sport. It broadens the intrigue and frankly keeps those long-time "favorites" on their toes. Nothing is more motivating than trying to score your first -- your first win, your first playoff berth, your first championship. The future of this sport has arrived. Everyone's on notice. And everybody wins. &amp;amp;lt;/p&amp;amp;gt;
1964: The Wood Brothers , a road trip and a surprise driver
Noted road-course racer Dan Gurney won the event and Marvin Panch finished second to give Wood Brothers Racing a 1-2 finish in the Motor Trend 500 at Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway. The name of the fellow who climbed aboard the car in Greenville, South Carolina, however, has been lost in the mists of time. Say what? The year was 1964 and crew chief Leonard Wood , along with brother Ray, was transporting Panch's No. 21 Ford across the country, returning from Riverside to the team's shop in Stuart, Virginia. After a brief stop for dinner in Greenville, the two resumed their journey, planning one more stop in Charlotte, North Carolina. "People were standing around the car, it was 20 degrees," Leonard Wood told NASCAR.com regarding the brief break for a quick meal just across the South Carolina state line. "Normally you'd stop and talk to them a little bit but it was so cold we just jumped in the truck, pulled away and left." The first sign that the two had picked up an uninvited passenger, Wood said, came about halfway between Greenville and Charlotte when their truck "started making this noise and we couldn't figure out what it was." "Ray said 'You can even feel it in the roof. It's vibrating the roof!' " Leonard Wood recalled. Initially, Wood said he thought the loud vibration was the result of a jet aircraft, "so I'm looking around to see if I could see an airport," he said. Neither crewman realized the vibration was coming from the race car, and the engine being revved wide open. But the noise soon stopped so the pair continued on up the road, unaware that a none-too-sober gentleman had climbed inside the race car back in Greenville during the food stop. When they arrived in Charlotte for one final stop, Wood said the noise and vibration had resumed. And this time he realized it wasn't coming from any aircraft. It was coming from the race car on the back of the open truck. "I looked in the side mirror when we got off the highway and I saw steam coming out the exhausts of the race car," he said. "I knew something was wrong and I told Ray to stop this thing. "I saw what looked like a person in the car behind the wheel and I thought, 'Man, one of the crew members is trying to pull a trick on me.' Of course I bypassed that thought immediately because I thought 'There's no one on the crew that's going to be stupid enough to get in that car as cold as it is.' "I look in there and this guy's got Marvin's helmet on. I said 'What do you think you’re doing in here?' and he said 'Let's go!' " In the meantime, Ray Wood had gotten out of the truck, still unaware of the inebriated passenger. With help from Leonard they attempted to pull the unwanted fellow from behind the wheel. "I said 'We'll let you go in a minute,' grabbed ahold of him and jerked him out," Leonard said. "He got his foot hung and was hollering and squalling. We turned him loose and he just settled back in there and got comfortable again. He had a little bit to keep him warm, liquid wise." As fate would have it, a local law enforcement officer happened by and stopped to see what was going on. After explaining the situation, the officer gave the "would-be racer" another ride -- this one in the back of a patrol car. Panch, who would go on to win three times that season for the Wood Brothers , had told Leonard after finishing second at Riverside that the motor had been about to blow near the end of the race. "When I got home," Wood said, "I said, 'Marvin, that thing was good for another 100 miles!' "But the funniest thing is Glen ( Wood , team founder) had passed us in the station wagon and didn't see the man in there. "If he had, he would have had a heart attack."
Wood Brothers reveal Blaney's No. 21 Virginia Tech car
RELATED: Bristol unveils Colossus video screen Ryan Blaney 's No. 21 car will feature a special Virginia Tech football paint scheme this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway , and Wood Brothers Racing unveiled the look on the gridiron Monday morning. Racing's "Last Great Colosseum" is host to the Tennessee-Virginia Tech college football game on Sept. 10., and the No. 21 team is helping get the party started early. Hokies coach Bud Foster poses with Leonard Wood and the VT car Friday. Winners ❤️ winners ❗️ @coachfostervt & @NASCAR icon Leonard Wood #LPD #Hokies pic.twitter.com/08sVU7nxTr — VT Football (@VT_Football) August 15, 2016 "Virginia Tech has been a big part of the Wood Brothers for a long, long time," said Leonard Wood , who helped his brother, Glen, found the race team in 1950. "We've been friends with Coach Foster and just met the new coach [Justin Fuente]. I never dreamed when my daughter was going to Virginia Tech that we’d have a race car on the practice field here at Virginia Tech. It's just awesome. "That 'VT' on the hood just jumps out at you and I love the color combination. It's one of my favorites." The Virginia Tech scheme also will run at the Goody's Fast Relief 500 held Oct. 30 at Martinsville Speedway , and Hokies junior wide receiver Cam Phillips likes the Ford's look. #Hokies @camphil5 @iaf_1 pic.twitter.com/Lrlx39JZNf — VT Football (@VT_Football) August 15, 2016 "You've got colleges and you've got football teams, but Virginia Tech is our hometown college team. We pull for them all the time," Leonard Wood said. "Hopefully they'll win. We'll be racing in Richmond on the night of Sept. 10, the night that they're playing in the Battle at Bristol, so we won't be watching the game, but we'll be paying attention. We'll be watching Twitter."
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