How the new top 10 teams fared in Week 3

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*1. (1) Roswell (2-0)

Last week: Beat Central Gwinnett 31-6. RB Sheldon Evans rushed for 141 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries. QB Malik Willis ran for 128 yards on 13 carries. Roswell led 21-0 after its first three possessions. Central played without QB Jarren Williams, a Kentucky commit. Next: Friday vs. Colquitt County (0-3)

*2. (4) Mill Creek (3-0)

Last week: Beat Dacula 30-0. Mill Creek led only 7-0 at halftime but broke the game open on a 50-yard TD pass from Cameron Turley to Edmond Graham and a fumble return for a score by Ayoola Ogun-Seymore. Turley was 10-of-21 passing for 178 yards. Graham had seven receptions for 154 yards and two touchdowns. Dacula was held to 37 yards rushing. Next: Friday at Archer (1-1)

*3. (2) Grayson (1-1)

Last week: Beat McEachern 16-13. Will Van Pamelen kicked three field goals, two in the fourth quarter, one a 20-yarder on the final play of the game. VanPamelen made a 33-yarder with 2:25 left for the tie. Grayson then got an interception at the Rams’ 43-yard line. Chase Brice’s 35-yard pass to DeAngelo Gibbs to the McEachern 4 set up the game-winner. Brice was 17-of-27 passing for 175 yards. Next: Sept. 16 vs. Deerfield Beach, Fla. (0-1)

*4. (3) McEachern (1-1)

Last week: Lost to Grayson 16-13. McEachern held Grayson to 254 total yards but managed only 100 of its own, was 6-of-23 passing and got its only points on a 55-yard punt return by Tyler Smith and a 31-yard interception return by C.J. Miller. Next: Friday vs. Jonesboro (0-3)

*5. (9) South Gwinnett (3-0)

Last week: Beat Brookwood 14-7. Myles Barnum rushed for 112 yards and Jalen Samuels added 92 for South Gwinnett, which held Brookwood to 67 yards rushing and 14-for-31 passing. South Gwinnett is 3-0 for the first time since 2009. Next: Friday at South Forsyth (2-1)

*6. (5) Norcross (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at North Gwinnett (2-1)

*7. (NR) Lassiter (3-0)

Last week: Beat Kell 24-9. Lassiter trailed 9-0 at halftime but shut down Kell from there. Mason Walters rushed for 77 yards and two touchdowns, the last one after a Kell fumble, sealing the victory. Lassiter is ranked for the first time since 2012. Next: Sept. 16 at Marietta (0-2)

*8. (8) Brookwood (2-1)

Last week: Lost to South Gwinnet 14-7. Brookwood’s leading rusher, Dante Black, was injured in the first quarter and the Broncos were held to 67 yards rushing. Brookwood started its final possession from its 18 with 3:21 remaining but took a sack and failed to threaten. Next: Sept. 16 at Colquitt County (0-3)

*9. (NR) Lowndes (2-1)

Last week: Beat Parkview 35-34. Lowndes led 35-14 entering the fourth quarter and survived when Parkview missed an extra point with 2:44 left. Lowndes QB Michael Barrett was 12-of-23 passing for 332 yards. Next: Friday vs. Shiloh (1-2)

*10. (NR) North Gwinnett (2-1)

Last week: Beat Hillgrove 42-24. North Gwinnett put up 532 yards of total offense. Cade Fortin was 16-of-30 passing for 195 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 87 yards on 10 carries. Ryan Lovelance rushed for 130 yards on 21 attempts. Next: Friday vs. Norcross (2-0)

Out: No. 6 Colquitt County (0-3), No. 7 Parkview (2-1), No. 10 Hillgrove (1-1)


*1. (1) Houston County (3-0)

Last week: Beat Eagle’s Landing 50-27. Jake Fromm was 27-of-36 passing for a career-high 510 yards and four touchdowns. Younger brother Tyler Fromm had eight catches for 211 yards. Jake Fromm went over 10,000 yards passing for his career and stands at 10,211. Eagle’s Landing’s Cameron Lewis was 25-for-53 passing for 259 yards. There were 90 pass attempts in the game. Next: Friday at Veterans (1-2)

*2. (2) Northside-Warner Robins (3-0)

Last week: Beat Westside (Macon) 28-14. Northside RB Daniel Neal rushed for 169 yards and scored three fourth-quarter touchdowns after Northside trailed 14-6. One was a 49-yard run for the final margin with 2:48 left. QB Tobias Oliver rushed for 108 yards on 17 carries and was 10-of-18 passing for 107 yards. Northside held Westside to 91 yards of total offense. Next: Friday vs. Lanier (1-1)

*3. (3) Valdosta (3-0)

Last week: Beat Wayne County 28-0. QB Hunter Holt, coming off the bench, was 6-of-7 passing for 111 yards and rushed for 117 yards and a touchdown. After a scoreless first half, Valdosta held Wayne County to no first downs in the second half and 103 yards of total offense in the game. Next: Friday at Tift County (3-0)

*4. (5) Lee County (2-0)

Last week: Game against Hardaway was canceled because of weather. Next: Friday at Americus-Sumter (1-1)

*5. (7) Northgate (2-0)

Last week: Beat Starr’s Mill 34-17. Kyle Cater (174) and Trandon Torres-Niles (122) each broke 100 yards rushing for Northgate, which played without all-state RB Ton Evans. Next: Friday at Douglas County (2-0)

*6. (8) Creekside (2-0)

Last week: Beat Southwest DeKalb 47-14. Rico Frye (138) and Gino Appleberry (107) each rushed for more than 100 yards. QB Khalil McClain rushed for 74 yards and passed for 157. Lewis Parker scored on an interception return. Next: Friday vs. New Manchester (0-2)

*7. (9) Dalton (2-0)

Last week: Beat Northwest Whitfield 10-3. Dalton preserved a 10-0 lead in the fourth quarter when CB Grant Goldbert made the stop on a fourth-and-goal try from the 2-yard line. After a scoreless first half, Dalton took a 10-0 lead on J.P. Tighe’s 44-yard TD pass to Zeke Cobb and Ivan Moran’s 30-yard field goal. Cobb sealed the victory with an interception. Next: Friday at Sonoraville (1-1)

*8. (10) Tucker (2-1)

Last week: Beat Colquitt County 21-20. Tucker trailed 17-3 at halftime. Chris Broadwater rushed for 188 yards on 22 carries and then the winning two-point conversion in the final minutes. Taurean Taylor rushed for 85 yards, and his 23-yard run on a third-and-7 set up the decisive conversion. Colquitt lost a fumble on the Tucker 15 with 2:12 left. Next: Sept. 16 at Jonesboro (0-3)

*9. (NR) Harrison (3-0)

Last week: Beat North Cobb 25-13. Harrison broke a five-game losing streak against North Cobb and entered the rankings for the first time since 2008. Justin Fields was 10-of-14 passing for 181 yards, most to Steven Peterson, who had six catches for 125 yards. Next: Sept. 16 at River Ridge (2-1)

*10. (NR) Glynn Academy (2-1)

Last week: Beat Pomona (Colo.) 33-14. Playing in Orlando, Glynn got a victory over a team ranked No. 1 overall in Colorado by MaxPreps. Kendall Cross rushed for 150 yards and two second-half touchdowns. Caine Crews returned an interception 47 yards for the opening touchdown. Next: Friday at Camden County (0-2)

Out: No. 4 Dacula (1-1), No. 6 Coffee (2-1)


*1. (1) Buford (1-1)

Last week: Beat Bishop Timon (N.Y.) 49-6. Anthony Grant rushed for 173 yards on 11 carries and scored on runs of 69, 32 and 12 yards. He also caught a 31-yard TD pass. Derrian Brown rushed for 79 yards on nine carries. Next: Sept. 16 vs. Jeff Davis, Ala. (2-1)

*2. (2) Stockbridge (2-0)

Last week: Beat Lovejoy 24-21. Stockbridge rallied from a 12-0 deficit and took a 24-21 lead on Nasir Green’s interception return for touchdown from midfield with seven minutes left. QB Kendrick Duncan was only 2-of-6 passing but threw a 42-yard TD pass to Marquez Ezzard and scored on a 35-yard run. Jalen Holston rushed for 125 yards on 22 carries. Next: Friday at Dutchtown (1-1)

*3. (4) Carrollton (2-0)

Last week: Beat Riverdale 50-14. Carrollton took a 27-7 lead in the second quarter on consecutive big defensive plays, one a 52-yard fumble return by Charlie Lanier, the other an interception return to the Riverdale 6 by DL Josh Walker. Jaylan Thomas rushed for 133 yards on 15 carries. Carrollton limited Jacksonville State-bound QB Joe Cambridge to 11-of-29 passing. Next: Sept. 16 vs. East Paulding (0-2)

*4. (5) Thomas County Central (3-0)

Last week: Beat Cairo 23-17. QB Kelias Williams rushed for 117 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries and was 8-of-10 passing for 151 yards. Tay Cooksey had five catches for 91 yards. Thomas Central is 3-0 for the first time in coach Ed Shaver’s nine seasons as a head coach. Lauren Pearson’s 21-yard field goal gave Central a 23-14 lead in the fourth quarter. Next: Friday vs. Monroe (1-0)

*5. (3) Kell (1-1)

Last week: Lost to Lassiter 24-9. Kell led 9-0 at halftime but couldn’t find any offense in the second half. QB John Lampley, who had more than 300 yards rushing and passing against Tucker, was 10-of-23 passing for 87 yards. Next: Friday vs. Rome (1-1)

*6. (6) Jones County (1-1)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Locust Grove (2-0)

*7. (7) Ware County (1-1)

Last week: Beat Coffee 30-27. Ware rallied from a 14-0 deficit to win as Jemar Lincoln was 13-of-21 passing for 168 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 115 yards on 23 carries. Ware forced a safety with 2:20 left for the final 30-27 lead. Next: Friday vs. Grady (2-0)

*8. (8) Rome (1-1)

Last week: Beat Drew 54-12. Rome led 54-12 at halftime and played the rest under a running clock. Rome held Drew to 149 yards in total offense, 80 that came on one TD pass. Jalynn Sykes rushed for 105 yards on 10 carries. Jordan Watkins returned a punt 58 yards for a score and also had a receiving touchdown. Next: Friday at Kell (1-1)

*9. (9) Bainbridge (0-1)

Last week: Game against Lincoln of Tallahassee, Fla., was canceled because of weather. Next: Friday vs. Cairo (1-1)

*10. (10) Grady (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Ware County (1-1)

Class AAAA

*1. (1) Cartersville (2-0)

Last week: Beat Calhoun 56-0. Cartersville led in total yards 527-72, according to the Daily Tribune, and inflicted the worst defeat on Calhoun since LaFayette beat the Yellow Jackets 56-0 in 1969. Cartersville QB Trevor Lawrence was 21-of-32 passing for 348 yards passing and three touchdowns. Trey Creamer scored four touchdowns on just six rushing attempts for 50 yards. Trase Fezzie scored on a reception and an interception return. Cartersville led 35-0 at halftime. Next: Friday vs. Westlake (1-1)

*2. (4) Thomson (3-0)

Last week: Beat Jefferson 42-20. RB Mike Thomas rushed for 172 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries. DB Zack Johnson had 12 tackles, two sacks, a fumble recovery and touchdown. Christian Tutt returned a kickoff 95 yards for a 28-13 lead. Next: Friday at Pace Academy (2-0)

*3. (5) Sandy Creek (1-1)

Last week: Beat Allatoona 21-17. Bryant Walker was 13-of-22 passing for 136 yards and two touchdowns, the last one a 24-yarder to Kaleb Slaughter for the game-winner in the fourth quarter. RB Jaelen Greene rushed for 142 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries. Sandy Creek led in total yards 267-255. Next: Friday vs. Morrow (1-2)

*4. (2) Blessed Trinity (2-1)

Last week: Lost to St. Peter’s Prep (N.J.) 41-28. Justin Kirby’s 56-yard TD pass to Ryan Davis tied it 7-7 in the first quarter, but St. Peter’s – ranked No. 6 overall in New Jersey by MaxPreps – was up 41-7 by the fourth quarter, when Blessed Trinity tacked on three TD passes in the game played in Dublin, Ireland. Next: Friday at Creekview (2-0)

*5. (7) Woodward Academy (1-1)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Riverwood (1-1)

*6. (8) Mary Persons (2-1)

Last week: Beat Washington 41-0. Zach Harvey (11-105-2) and Jatori Sims (4-109-1) each went over 100 yards rushing, and Mary Persons held Washington to 122 yards in total offense. Next: Friday vs. Forest Park (1-2)

*7. (10) Burke County (3-0)

Last week: Beat Washington County 38-0. Jaylen Odom (5-102-2) and Demari Kelly (15-105-1) each rushed for more than 100 yards for Burke, which scored on an interception return and a safety. Next Friday vs. Lakeside, Evans (0-2)

*8. (NR) Oconee County (2-0)

Last week: Beat Walnut Grove 41-12. Oconee County led 27-0 after one quarter. Roques Dowdy intercepted two passes, returned a punt 50 yards and caught a TD pass. Next: Friday vs. Morgan County (1-1)

*9. (3) Jefferson (2-1)

Last week: Lost to Thomson 42-20. Jefferson got within 28-20 with 4:54 left, but Thomson ran back the onside kickoff for a touchdown. Bryce Moore was 10-of-16 passing for 176 yards. Colby Wood had 56 yards rushing, 116 receiving. Next: Sept. 16 at Flowery Branch (1-1)

*10. (NR) Marist (1-1)

Last week: Beat Belen Jesuit (Fla.) 27-0. QB Jack Dinges rushed for 102 yards and passed for 73, including a 33-yard TD pass to Dean Johnson. Marist was outgained 268-263 but allowed Belen Jesuit inside its 20-yard line only once in the game played in Dublin, Ireland. Next: Friday vs. St. Pius (0-2)

Out: No. 6 St. Pius (0-2), No. 9 West Laurens (1-1)

Class AAA

*1. (1) Pace Academy (2-0)

Last week: Beat Hapeville Charter 21-7. Deon Jackson rushed for 149 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries, and Realus George had 63 yards and two scores on 11 carries as Pace ran 65 plays to Hapeville’s 31 and allowed only eight first downs. Next: Friday vs. Thomson (3-0)

*2. (2) Greater Atlanta Christian (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Valor Christian, Colo. (0-2)

*3. (4) Cedar Grove (1-1)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Columbia (1-2)

*4. (5) Peach County (1-1)

Last week: Beat Warner Robins 20-19. Warner Robins led in total yards 292-226 but missed a potential tying extra point in the fourth quarter. Peach County’s Antonio Gilbert was 15-of-25 passing for 176 yards and a 31-yard TD pass to Devontae Howard for a 20-13 lead. Peach County’s Mitchell Fineran made field goals of 46 and 47 yards and both of his extra-point tries. Next: Friday at Perry (1-0)

*5. (6) Liberty County (2-0)

Last week: Beat Statesboro 21-7. QB Jaalon Frazier was 12-of-23 passing for 201 yards and rushed for 68 yards. Elisha Polite had six catches for 120 yards. DE Traveon Freeman had four tackles for losses. Next: Friday vs. Jenkins (2-0)

*6. (3) Calhoun (1-2)

Last week: Lost to Cartersville 56-0. Calhoun is 1-2 for the first time since 2008, when the Yellow Jackets still reached the Class AA final. Next: Sept. 16 vs. Coahulla Creek (0-3)

*7. (7) Lovett (2-1)

Last week: Beat B.E.S.T. Academy 34-6. Brady Tindall was 8-for-18 with 132 yards and had a hand in four touchdowns (two passing, two rushing) for the second consecutive game. Dillon Light rushed for 62 yards. Lovett led 27-0 at halftime. Next: Sept. 16 vs. Cedar Grove (1-1)

*8. (8) Westminster (1-2)

Last week: Beat Community School (Fla.) 42-21. Zay Malcome rushed for 205 yards on 18 carries and scored three touchdowns, one on an interception return, as Westminster won the opening game of the American Football Showcase in Dublin, Ireland. Malcome’s 25-yard interception return with 7:48 left made the score 35-21. Ian Ude also scored three touchdowns and rushed for 131 yards. He had five tackles, 1.5 for losses. Westminster trailed 21-14 in the third quarter. Next: Sept. 16 at Redan (1-2)

*9. (9) Pierce County (2-0)

Last week: Beat Beach 58-13. Next: Friday vs. Richmond Hill (1-0)

*10. (10) Monroe (1-0)

Last week: Game vs. Thomasville was canceled because of weather. Next: Friday at Thomas County Central (3-0)

Class AA

*1. (1) Fitzgerald (1-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Macon County (1-0)

*2. (2) Benedictine (2-0)

Last week: Beat St. Pius 21-7. Travis Blackshear rushed for 101 yards on eight carries and scored two touchdowns, one on a 19-yard reception, as Benedictine took a 21-0 lead in the third quarter. It was Benedictine’s first victory on the home field of a metro Atlanta opponent since beating Woodward Academy in 1953.

Next: Friday vs. Southeast Bulloch (0-1)

*3. (4) Brooks County (2-0)

Last week: Beat Clinch County 35-21. Brooks County forced four turnovers and took a 28-6 lead into the fourth quarter and held on to avenge a 33-20 loss from a year ago. Naiquavis Sutton rushed for 141 yards on six carries, and Mac Perry threw two TD passes. Next: Sept. 16 vs. Pierce County (2-0)

*4. (3) Vidalia (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. West Laurens (1-1)

*5. (5) Jefferson County (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Washington-Wilkes (0-2)

*6. (6) Callaway (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Thursday at Columbus (1-1)

*7. (8) Rabun County (1-0)

Last week: Beat Stephens County 24-10. QB Bailey Fisher rushed for 101 yards and scored three touchdowns, and his 26-yard run with 9:39 left gave Rabun the lead for good at 17-10. Fisher also was 16-of-24 passing for 273 yards. Cal Drummond rushed for 201 yards on 27 carries. Rabun beat Stephens County for the first time since 1953. Next: Friday vs. White County (0-2)

*8. (9) Dodge County (1-1)

Last week: Beat West Laurens 3-0. Dodge County managed only 74 yards in total offense but won on Peyton Bush’s 20-yard field goal with 25.3 seconds left. MLB Jadin Johnson had 3.5 tackles for losses. Cameron Coleman returned an interception 53 yards to set up the game-winning kick. Next: Friday at Appling County (0-1)

*9. (10) Model (2-0)

Last week: Beat Adairsville 51-21. QB Kyler Eldridge rushed for 105 yards and three touchdowns, passed for 124 yards and one touchdown and on defense returned one of his two interceptions for a score. Next: Friday at Northwest Whitfield (2-1)

*10. (NR) Heard County (3-0)

Last week: Beat New Manchester 38-28. New Manchester returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown, but Heard County’s Austin Miller returned the favor from 83 yards moments later, and Heard led 28-7 at halftime. Miller had six receptions for 136 yards and two more touchdowns. QB Emory Jones was 8-of-17 passing for 229 yards and three touchdowns. Next: Friday at Darlington (1-1)

Out: No. 7 Elbert County (1-1-1)

Class A (private)

*1. (1) Eagle’s Landing Christian (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Hart County (0-1-1)

*2. (2) Wesleyan (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Hapeville (1-1)

*3. (7) Landmark Christian (2-0)

Last week: Beat Stratford Academy 13-3. Lofton Tidwell rushed for 168 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries. Landmark outgained Stratford 323-191. Next: Friday vs. Brookstone (1-1)

*4. (3) Prince Avenue Christian (3-0)

Last week: Beat Athens Christian 7-0. Thomas Huff scored on Prince Avenue’s overtime possession, and Athens Christian lost a fumble. Athens Christian never got past Prince Avenue’s 41-yard line in regulation. DT Dalton Owens had 11 tackles and three sacks. Next: Friday at Towns County (1-1)

*5. (6) Calvary Day (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Aquinas (1-1)

*6. (4) Darlington (1-1)

Last week: Lost to Ridgeland 40-28. Darlington led 21-20 in the fourth quarter but failed to stop Ridgeland, which had 505 yards in total offense. Darlington’s Tijai Whatley rushed for 94 yards, and Elijah McKoy had 107 and another 58 receiving. Next: Friday vs. Heard County (3-0)

*7. (5) Stratford Academy (1-1)

Last week: Lost to Landmark Christian 13-3. Stratford was held without a touchdown for the first time since 2012. Next: Friday vs. Atkinson County (1-1)

*8. (8) Mount Pisgah Christian (2-0)

Last week: Beat Whitefield Academy 41-7. Mount Pisgah held Whitefield to 99 yards in total offense. RB Kai Williams had 210 all-purpose yards and scored on runs of 70 and 53 yards. Jackson Grant returned an interception 90 yards for a score. Next: Friday at Walker (0-2)

*9. (9) First Presbyterian (2-0)

Last week: Beat Brookstone 34-13. First Presbyterian forced six turnovers. Armaun Smith intercepted three passes and scored on an 89-yard run. QB Dalton Cox was 14-of-20 passing for 229 yards and two touchdowns, both to Maurice Golden. Next: Friday vs. Hawkinsville (2-0)

*10. (10) Aquinas (1-1)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Calvary Day (2-0)

Class A (public)

*1. (2) Macon County (1-0)

Last week: Game vs. Irwin County was postponed until today. Next: Friday vs. Fitzgerald (1-0)

*2. (1) Clinch County (2-1)

Last week: Lost to Brooks County 35-21. Charles McClelland rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns, but Clinch was 2-for-10 passing and suffered four turnovers and 13 penalties. Next: Sept. 16 vs. Irwin County (1-1)

*3. (3) Commerce (2-0)

Last week: Beat Hebron Christian 49-15. Cole Chancey scored on 73-yard run and returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown. Austin Brock also scored on an interception return, and Kyre Ware ran a punt 59 yards for a score. Commerce led 28-0 after one quarter. Next: Friday at Lakeview Academy (0-2)

*4. (4) Emanuel County Institute (3-0)

Last week: Beat Portal 50-14. ECI led 50-7 at halftime. Rejar Rock rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown on nine carries. Rhett Gay was 6-of-7 passing for 127 yards and two touchdowns. Eight of Gay’s 38 attempts have gone for touchdowns this season. Next: Sept. 16 at Claxton (0-2)

*5. (5) Marion County (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Pacelli (0-2)

*6. (6) Irwin County (1-1)

Last week: Game vs. Macon County postponed until today. Next: Sept. 16 at Clinch County (2-1)

*7. (7) Mount Zion (2-0)

Last week: Beat Haralson County 49-0. Mount Zion scored on its final five possessions of the first half and ran up 364 yards in the game without any one carrier getting more than six attempts. Jace Jordan had 88 yards and two touchdowns on five carries. Next: Friday at Coosa (1-1)

*8. (8) Lincoln County (2-0)

Last week: Beat Grovetown 14-7. Quay Hartfield’s 2-yard run with 3:10 left broke a 7-7 tie. QB Javon Reid rushed for 72 yards and passed for 59. Grovetown was held to 123 yards in total offense. Next: Friday vs. Abbeville, S.C. (3-0)

*9. (9) Manchester (3-0)

Last week: Beat Southwest 35-6. Tre Gamble rushed for 121 yards and touchdowns of 43, 29 and 4 yards. Deenizeo Gamble scored on a 35-yard run. Southwest, which had upset Westside of Macon the previous week, scored its only points on a kickoff return. Next: Sept. 16 vs. Jordan (0-2)

*10. (10) Trion (2-0)

Last week: Beat Dade County 42-7. Jarrett Pierce had 75 yards rushing and 47 receiving for Trion. Evan Walker had four catches for 57 yards on offense and seven tackles, an interception and a fumble returned for a touchdown on defense. Next: Friday at Bremen (0-2)

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