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THE TEAMS

1919 (7-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments (F = forfeit)

Oakdale

31-0

Declared state champions when they had no takers in a statewide challenge to play anyone for the state title.  All State players included Otho Long (QB), Truett Durham (T), A. P. Smith (E), Harold Wood (C), Red Dickerson (T) and Kenneth Watts (RB). First team to end the regular season with a perfect record.

 

Weston

7-0

Coushatta

94-0

Shreveport

14-0

Monroe (F)

2-0

Alexandria

8-0

Jonesboro

64-0

 

1923 (9-1-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments (Fr. = Freshmen)

Bernice

64-0

Only one touchdown scored against this team. Grady Newton was an All State player at guard, while team leader Bennie Parker was selected to the second team All State squad at back.

 

La College (Fr)

7-0

Warren Easton

0-7

Wisner

25-0

Jonesboro

13-0

Natchitoches

88-0

Dubach

7-0

Haynesville

12-0

Minden

10-0

Ruston

10-0

 

1928 (9-1-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments (Fr. = Freshmen)

Jonesboro

50-0

A one point loss to Bolton separated this team from a perfect regular season and a playoff berth. This is the first team to score more than 300 points in a season. All State players included Kenneth Teegarden (E), Chuck Skains (T), Frank Brewer (RB), Clebe Maxey (G), Joe Grigsby (G) and Hap Gimber (C).

 

Dodson

27-0

Ruston

32-0

Mansfield

62-6

Bolton

6-7

Oak Grove

19-7

Minden

12-0

Bunkie

71-0

Oakdale

87-0

La. Normal (Fr)

19-0

 

1948 (9-2-0)

District 1-A (3-2-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Natchitoches

21-19

Arguably the best team of either the 1930s or 1940s. A number of scoring weapons in Vernon McDonald (52 pts.), Dan Carr (48 pts.), John William Warner (42 pts.) and Charles Stone (30 pts.), but the lone All State player was Durwood Swilley (T).  Swilley was also the team’s place kicker where he booted 22 PAT kicks.

 

 

Leesville

26-7

Many

36-14

Winnsboro*

25-7

Mansfield

20-14

Ruston*

6-26

Logansport

34-7

Oil City

40-20

Jonesboro*

7-0

Bastrop*

0-32

Jena*

27-7

 

1954 (8-4-0)

District 1-A (2-2-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments (DT = District tiebreaker)

West Monroe

20-13

Exemplified the team concept as well as any team that has ever worn the red and white.  This group did not rely on any one player. Rather a solid backfield, coupled with capable line play made this a unit tough to defend.  Earning honorable mention on the All State squad were Troy Mixon (T), Joe Vines (B), James Sullivan (B) and Stanley Bass (C).

 

 

LaSalle

25-19

Gilbert

28-13

Winnsboro

0-19

Many

21-19

Ruston

14-27

Farmerville

20-12

Jonesboro*

14-7

Pineville

13-6

Jena*

2-33

Natchitoches*

31-24

Jena (DT)*

29-48

 

1957 (5-6-1)

District 1-A (3-0-1)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Coushatta

0-25

After years of trying, the program finally sent a team to the playoffs in the 49th year of the program (1957).  To do so, this team had to win the district championship, which also made this the first team to accomplish that feat.  The only All State player was Darrell Mayes at guard. Charles Williams also made first team All-District at tackle.

 

Mansfield*

28-7

Winnsboro

14-12

LaSalle*

7-7

Ruston

13-14

Many*

7-6

Pineville

13-26

Jonesboro

7-28

Natchitoches

7-13

Jena

26-2

Farmerville*

12-7

PLAYOFFS

 

Tallulah

6-27

 

1959 (6-6-0)

District 1-A (5-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Bastrop

7-26

The school’s second district champion, this team ushered in the passing game as never seen before. Prior to this season, the record for most TDs by pass was five. The 1959 team posted twelve TDs through the air.  All State selections were senior Tommy Wyatt (E), the receiver of nine of those touchdown receptions, with sophomores Mike Tinnerello (QB) and Wayne McFarland. (T) earning honorable mention honors.

 

Mansfield*

13-6

Coushatta*

19-0

LaSalle*

25-6

Ruston

14-34

Many*

33-6

Pineville

14-38

Jonesboro

6-0

Natchitoches

14-34

Jena

7-21

Farmerville*

19-7

PLAYOFFS

 

Delhi

0-31

 

1960 (8-3-1)

District 1-A (4-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Bastrop

6-0

This junior-filled team became the school’s third district champion. They were the first team in two decades that did not lose to Ruston. The lone All State player was junior guard Don Jones. Additional first team All-District performers were Bobby Brazzell at center, Wayne McFarland at tackle and Mike Tinnerello at quarterback.

 

Mansfield*

27-12

Coushatta*

38-6

LaSalle*

7-6

Ruston

13-13

Many*

45-0

Pineville

7-28

Jonesboro

20-7

Natchitoches

13-14

Jena

21-6

Farmerville

46-20

PLAYOFFS

 

Tallulah

7-32

 

1961 (11-1-0)

District 1-A (4-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Ville Platte

19-0

This was the second team in school history to finish the regular season with an undefeated record. Ranked No. 1 all season long, the team broke virtually every school offensive and most school defensive records in becoming the school’s third consecutive district champion.  This was the first team at the school to score 400 points and the first to record double-diget wins. Given that only eight teams per classification made the playoffs, their first round playoff game against the No. 2 team in the state was viewed by many as the “real” state championship.  In that game, defending state champion Tallulah defeated Winnfield in route to their 8th state title. All state players included David Adams (E) as an honorable mention choice and Wayne McFarland (T) as a 2nd teamer. Additional first team All-District performers were Carroll Long (C), Don Jones (G), Rusty Melton (B) and Jimmy Bolton (B).

Mansfield*

20-13

Homer

26-0

Coushatta*

53-7

Ruston

21-6

Many*

58-12

Pineville

20-0

Jonesboro

39-28

Natchitoches

53-0

Jena

50-6

LaSalle*

41-0

PLAYOFFS

 

Tallulah

0-12

 

1966 (9-4-0)

District 2-AA (4-2-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments (DT = District Tiebreaker)

After the program had gone through two straight losing seasons, first year head coach Tommy Bankston led the program back into the playoffs with this group.  What made this team so potent was the play of the defense and special teams.  A loss to Jena in the regular season finale kept the Tigers from winning the district title outright and forced a two-game district tiebreaker, all within a seven day period at the end of the regular season. The team handily avenged their loss to Jena, but ran out of gas against Tallulah. The lone All State player was Mike Spangler (DE). Also earning first team All-District honors were Jerry Hightower (RB & DB), Ricky Jordan (QB), Mike Kennedy (OT) and Spangler (E).

Rayville

12-13

Pineville

32-0

Natchitoches

6-0

Tallulah*

6-0

Menard

13-6

Ferriday*

13-12

Caldwell*

27-12

Jonesboro

14-13

Tioga

26-0

Jena*

13-19

Jena (DT)*

33-13

Tallulah (DT)*

7-27

PLAYOFFS

 

Jesuit, Sp.

7-39

 

1968 (9-3-0)

District 2-AA (4-1-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Tioga

19-12

This team will always be remembered for knocking off the undefeated, No. 1 ranked Winnsboro Wildcats, who had been the state runner-up the season before.  In the contest Winnfield was in a position of either winning the game and claiming the district title and a playoff berth or losing the game and sitting at home in the playoffs.  The team’s crowning achievement is being the first Tiger team to win a playoff game.  Named to the All State team were Randy Poisso (RB) on the first team and honorable mention picks Doug Allen (E), Hershel Long (G), Mike Parker (DE) and Charles Eagles (DT).  First team All District players were Frederick cotton (NG), Charles Eagles (DT), Randy Poisso (RB & DB) and Tommy Tinnerello (DB).

 

Pineville

6-7

Natchitoches

13-12

Tallulah*

7-0

Wossman*

20-7

Ferriday*

7-18

Caldwell*

14-0

Jonesboro

14-0

Winnsboro*

21-7

Jena

41-6

PLAYOFFS

 

Northwood, Sp.

7-0

Westlake

20-27

 

1971 (13-1-0)

District 3-AAA (8-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Webster

38-6

A senior-filled team (eighteen of the starters were seniors), this squad recorded the school’s third undefeated regular season, won the district title and compete in the first state championship game any team had ever competed in on the field.  The 1971 offense ran from a Pro Set and produced a very balanced attack, with weapons at the wide outs, the tight end spot and at the running back position.  The question defensive coordinators had to decide was, Who do I stop?  This tem set team records in passing and scoring, however the numbers put up on the defensive side of the ball and in kick returns still remain the standard in the program. The school’s most prolific kick return scoring unit was the 1971 unit, who recorded 9 touchdowns on return.  No other team has scored on half as many kick returns.  The team had the most number of 1st team All state selection in school history, with those honors going to Alan Carter (DB), James Hutchins (DE), Lionel Johnson (LB – who was also named the Most Outstanding Defensive Player in Class AAA),  John Wayne Williams (RB) and Greg Wagoner (TE).  Also earning first team All-District honors were Jerry Keen (RB), Steve Adams (QB), Eddie Jenkins (C), Randy Strickland (OT), Paul Larson (OG), Alan Carter (WR), John C. Jones (DB) and Roy Cotton (DT).

 

Leesville*

54-0

Tioga*

27-0

Jonesboro

34-7

Natchitoches*

14-0

Peabody*

35-6

Menard*

66-0

Oakdale*

20-0

Pineville*

56-0

Jena*

54-16

PLAYOFFS

 

Jennings

34-0

Haughton

20-13

Hahnville

14-13

South Lafourche

0-10

 

1972 (9-2-0)

District 3-AAA (7-1-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Webster

35-0

The 1972 team can boast of having was one of the top five best defensive units in the history of the program, coupled with a kick return unit that rivaled the vaunted 1971 kick return unit, as this group scored on the second most kick returns with five.  Lionel Johnson repeated as an All State pick at linebacker, the first player in the history of the program to repeat as an All-State selection.  Joining him on that team was Jame Johnson (DL), who was named MVP Defensive Player in Class AAA in 1972.  Also earning first team All-District honors were Glen Anderson (WR), Reynard Hamilton (RB), Matt Milam (C), Mickey Brewton (DB) and Wilson Curry (DE).

Leesville*

35-10

Tioga*

14-0

Jonesboro

19-0

Natchitoches*

7-13

Peabody*

7-0

Menard*

25-13

Oakdale*

42-0

Pineville*

14-0

Jena*

28-26

PLAYOFFS

 

Crowley

7-8

 

1976 (11-3-0)

District 3-AAA (7-1-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

West Monroe

21-25

This was the second team in school history to compete for a state title on the playing field. This unit peaked during the playoffs. In the state final game (played in Stokes-Walker Stadium in front of a record crowd), the Tiger defense gave up only one pass completion all night. Unfortunately, Jesuit turned that pass into the lone score of the game. All State players included Nathan Johnson (RB) and Dennis Brown (DB) as first team choices.  Also earning first team All-District honors were Rankin Curry (C) and Buck Carter (DE).

 

Tioga*

25-16

Marksville*

15-8

Jena*

47-0

Pineville*

33-6

Menard*

35-13

Bolton*

7-14

Peabody*

21-0

Jonesboro*

32-6

ASH

42-0

PLAYOFFS

 

Jennings

13-6

Haughton

29-3

Catholic, BR

37-13

Jesuit, Sp.

0-7

 

1978 (12-1-0)

District 1-AA (9-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Ruston (2 OT)

34-33

After the program finally dropped down to Class AA after years of being one of the smallest schools in Class AAA, the 1978 team gave the school its fourth undefeated regular season. This high scoring offense was matched by a defense led by All State linebacker Ricky Chatman, and one of the strongest defensive lines in school history with Woody Grigg (DL) also earning All State honors.  On the offensive side of the ball, Terry Joe Ramsey (E) became the school’s first receiver to gain over 1,000 yards and remains the only receiver to accomplish that.  Ramsey was also named to the All State team as an end and punter. This unit still holds many of the school’s team offensive records. Also earning first team All District honors were Brent Hubbard (QB), Stafford Moses (DB), Perry Rainwater (DE), Donnie Purser (DG) and Mark Swilley (OT).

Jonesboro*

41-12

Arcadia*

62-8

Coushatta*

78-0

Mansfield*

55-6

Many*

50-0

Homer*

43-0

DeSoto*

49-7*

Haynesville*

(4 OT)

19-16*

Plain Dealing*

61-0

PLAYOFFS

 

Tallulah

27-7

Bunkie

31-7

St. Louis

20-21

 

1979 (11-2-0)

District 3-AA (5-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Sicily Island

28-12

This team almost gets lost in the glory years of the late 1970s and early 1980s. However, any team that reaches the semifinals of the state playoffs deserves any recognition they get. Strong defense kept this team in every game, but they had more than enough punch on offense to put teams away.  Earning first team All State honors were Tim Jordan (OG), Craig Cummings (DG), Jeffery Dale (DB) and senior Ricky Chatman (LB).  Honorable mention All State honors went to Chatman (RB) and Tommy Campbell (DT). First team All-District honors went to Mark Hennigan (OG), Kevin Wagoner (E), Ricky Chatman (RB), Jeffery Dale (RB), Tommy Latham (K), Chip Little (OT), Kevin Poisso (DT), and Tommy Campbell (DT

Pineville

13-0

Minden

9-10

Ruston

30-13

Ringgold*

55-7

Coushatta*

48-0

Mansfield*

37-13

Many*

27-0

Jonesboro* (OT)

7-6

PLAYOFFS

 

Vidalia

28-6

St. Louis

14-9

Delhi

47-27

John Curtis

7-21

 

 

 

1980 (8-2-0)

District 3-AA (3-1-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Sicily Island

34-14

This team gets lost in the glory years of the late 1970s and early 1980s.  However, any team that reaches the semifinals of the state playoffs deserves any recognition they get.  A very strong defensive unit kept this team in every game, but they had more than enough fire power on offense to put teams away.  Earning first team All State honors were Tim Jordan (OG), Craig Cummings (DG), Jeffery Dale (DB) and senior Ricky Chatman (LB).  Honorable mention All State picks went to Chatman (RB) and Tommy Campbell (DT).  Those players also earned first team All District honors, as did Mark Hennigan (OG), Kevin Wagoner (E), Ricky Chatman (RB), Jeffery Dale (RB), Tommy Latham (K), Chip Little (OT) and Kevin Poisso (DT).

 

Pineville

6-7

Minden

29-21

Grant

41-0

Ruston

34-0

Ringgold*

54-7

Richwood

49-0

Mansfield*

14-22

Many*

54-0

Jonesboro*

14-12

 

 

 

1981 (11-2-0)

District 3-AA (3-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Neville

13-35

This team also gets lost in the string of good Tiger teams of the late 1970s and early 1980s, just as the 1979 team does. After being defeated in the season-opener against Class 4A Neville, this team reeled off 11 straight wins to reach the semifinal round. To secure the district crown in the regular season finale against Jonesboro, this team staged the biggest comeback in school history after falling behind 29-0 in the second quarter. Ken Maloy (C) was the lone All State player, with QB Greg Powell being named to the honorable mention unit.  Other first team All District honorees were Doyce Gorham (OG), Andy White (OT), Earl Funches (E & LB),Perry Myles (RB & DB)), Garlon Powell (RB), Tommy Latham (K & NG), Jess Grigg (DT), Richard Williams (DE), Marcel Mills (LB) and Thomas King (DB).

 

Pineville

25-14

Grant

48-21

Tioga

12-0

Parkway

24-12

Jena

32-0

Ringgold*

45-8

Many*

58-20

Jonesboro*

34-29

PLAYOFFS

 

Vidalia

27-6

McCall

35-0

Vinton

28-17

E. D. White

7-15

 

 

 

1982 (13-1-0)

District 3-AA (3-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Neville

0-35

Winnfield’s second team to earn a state title won their on the field, as the first team to earn that honor (the 1919 squad) were declared the state champions by the sportswriters after the season was over. After a sound defeat by Neville in the season-opener, and a shootout against  Pineville the next week, this team used the Veer offense and a dangerous kick return unit to defeat thirteen straight opponents in route to the Class AA state crown.  Playing in the Superdome on a Saturday morning, the Tigers faced the perennial power John Curtis Patriots in their own backyard and struck like lightening with long distance touchdowns on each of their first three possessions. The lone All State player was Marcel Mills (LB). Other first Team All District players were Todd Wold (C), Glen Nelson (OT), Chester Brinson (TE), Thomas King (QB), Benny Mitchell (WR), Perry Myles (RB), Garlon Powell (RB), Jess Grigg (DT), Johnny Williams (DE), Kevin Collins (LB), Sampson Collins (DB), Randy Johnson (DB) and Jay Huckaby (DT).

 

Pineville

39-38

Grant

60-0

Tioga

47-14

Parkway

25-23

Jena

78-16

Ringgold*

75-0

Many*

59-7

Jonesboro*

47-6

PLAYOFFS

 

Rayville

45-6

Springhill

14-12

Ferriday

32-14

E. D. White

50-8

John Curtis

23-14

 

1994 (11-1-0)

District 3-AAA (4-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Jonesboro

32-8

This was the schools fifth team to finish the regular season with an undefeated record.  The team possessed a solid wall of blockers in the offensive line, which sophomore Anthony Thomas and powerful junior fullback R. C. Williams ran behind.  The team averaged 36.8 points per game during the regular season and rolled over Benton in the first round of the playoffs by scoring  more playoff game points than any other Tiger team has ever scored. Before being soundly defeated in the second round of the playoffs, the only opponent to come within two touchdowns of this team were ASH (7 pts.) and W. Ouachita (9 pts.).  All State players included running back Anthony Thomas and offensive guard Brian Garrett. Also earning first team All District honors were David Garr (OT), John Joseph (TE), R. C. Williams (RB), Larry Demery (LB), Kendall Wotten (DT), Derrek Craft (DE), Brock Grantadams (LB), Decarlus Pittman (DB) and Robert Anderson (DB).

 

Bolton

34-14

Tioga

26-0

ASH

41-34

Pineville

31-13

Grant*

49-14

West Ouachita

35-26

Caldwell*

40-13

Jena*

46-13

Farmerville*

34-14

PLAYOFFS

 

Benton

55-28

Springhill

6-44

 

 

 

2000 (12-1-0)

District 2-AAA (4-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Jonesboro

38-7

This was the sixth Tiger team to finish the regular season with an unblemished record. Power sweeps highlighted a bruising ground game that churned out yardage at near record pace. Two touchdowns were usually enough to secure a win as this defensive unit held eight opponents to under 14 pts. Earning All State honors were Freddie King (WR) and Zan  Johnson (RB), while Ray Brown (OG), earned honorable mention honors. Additional first team All District honorees were Brian Glenn (OG), Matthew Shelton (K), Chuck Ball (DE), David Wright (P), Christopher Yerby (LB), Andrew Smith (DB) and Donald Alexander (DB).

West Ouachita

21-0

Tioga

20-7

Pineville

13-12

Oua. Christian

28-14

Rayville*

21-0

Winnsboro*

21-13

Jena*

33-18

Avoyelles

34-0

Caldwell*

41-6

Playoffs

 

Bunkie

41-13

St. James

20-19

Westlake

6-41

 

2001 (10-2-0)

District 2-AAA (4-0-0)

Opponent

Score

Comments

Jonesboro

28-14

This team possessed talent on both sides of the ball, with a defensive unit that had three All State players, including Andrew Smith (DB) on the first team, along with honorable mention recipients Terrance Wade (LB) and Antwun Barnes (DB). One of the most thrilling games in the history of the program came in the 2nd round of the playoffs when Winnfield hosted E. D. White. The visitors claimed their first lead of the game in the fourth quarter and appeared to have the win in hand. Facing almost certain defeat, Winnfield suddenly and dramatically regained the lead on a 72 yard pass in the final two minutes of the game.  However, E. D. White scored just as improbable of a touchdown two plays later when they connected on a long scoring strike from mid field.  All Staters were Zan Johnson (RB) and Jemayel Phillips (OL).  Also earning first team All District honors were Seth Howell (OL), John C. Jones (QB), Matthew Shelton (K), Keundric Loucious (Ret. Spec.) and Christopher Yerby (LB).

 

ASH

54-14

Tioga

52-7

Pineville

28-3

Many (OT)

16-24

Richwood*

24-0

Winnsboro*

25-9

Carroll*

22-0

Jena*

42-0

Caldwell*

57-0

Playoffs

 

Donaldsonville

34-6

E. D. White

38-42

 

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Comparing teams from one year to the next is virtually impossible, much less when you are comparing teams
from one era to the next.  For one thing you are up against different styles of play, but more importantly
each team faces a different level of competition.  For example, one team may score points or rack up yardage
against relatively inferior competion, while another team may post wins or fare well even though they faced tough
competition.  Therefore, take this comparison chart with a grain of salt.  What I am showing in this chart is the 
following: talent level as determined by colleges who signed players and those who pick post-season awards (college
signees and All State players.  I am also showing how the teams ranked in all three aspects of the game - offense, 
defense and special teams.  To do that I show how these team rank in the Winnfield Tiger history book  
in terms of Points Scored, Total Yardage gained, Points Allowed and Total Yardage allowed.  For these  
rankings I have only used regular season totals so as to give each team a relatively equal number of games
to make that comparison by.  For example, obviously a quality team who played in 14 games will likely give up
more points than a team who plays in 10 or 11 games.  For special teams I have simply ranked teams in terms of
number of touchdowns that team scored off a kick return.  Finally, the bottom line for any game is to win, so I have
ranked the teams in terms of overall wins, but most importantly playoff wins.      
                     
  Rank of Rank of Rank of Rank of Rank of Rank of Rank of Rank of Rank of Total
  College All State Total Pts. Total Yards Total Pts. Total Yards Kick Returns Playoff Total Top Ten
Year Signees Players Scored Gained Allowed Allowed for TDs Wins Wins Rankings
1919 19 (2) 3 (3) 33   1   none none 27 1
1923 15 (4) none 29   3   none none 12 1
1928 17 (3) 11 (1) 5   4   9 none 12 3
1948 17 (3) 11 (1) 24   53   9 none 12 1
1954 22 (1) none 50   83   17 none 21 0
1957 19 (2) 11 (1) 57   51   none none 46 0
1959 8 (6) 11 (1) 44   63   none none 31 1
1960 10 (5) 11 (1) 22   28   none none 21 1
1961 10 (5) none 3 8 14 12 none none 5 4
1966 10 (5) 11 (1) 36 29 32 23 17 none 12 1
1968 19 (2) 11 (1) 47 38 13 10 17 8 12 1
1971 1 (11) 1 (5) 4 6 7 2 1 2 1 9
1972 3 (8) 7 (2) 29 22 10 3 2 none 12 5
1976 8 (6) 7 (2) 17 14 20 14 none 2 5 4
1978 5 (7) 3 (3) 1 2 18 6 17 6 3 7
1979 10 (5) 2 (4) 20 30 9 1 7 4 5 7
1980 10 (5) 11 (1) 10 15 19 8 9 none 21 4
1981 5 (7) 11 (1) 14 20 44 17 5 4 5 4
1982 2 (9) 11 (1) 2 4 44 25 2 1 1 6
1994 15 (4) 7 (2) 6 1 50 16 9 8 5 6
2000 3 (8) 7 (2) 18 13 16 20 9 6 3 5
2001 5 (7) 3 (3) 8 7 14 11 none 8 10 6
                     
                     
  Total                  
  Top Ten                  
Year Rankings                
1971 9                  
1978 7                  
1979 7                  
1982 6                  
1994 6                  
2001 6                  
1972 5                  
2000 5                  
1961 4                  
1976 4                  
1980 4                  
1981 4                  
1928 3                  
1919 1                  
1923 1                  
1948 1                  
1959 1                  
1960 1                  
1966 1                  
1968 1                  
1954 0                  
1957 0                  

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