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Bear Report Audio: Lousaka Polite
Lousaka Polite: Me being there the last three years, there's things that I do know about the offense. Basically, what I know, I gave them a few pointers of how things can go. But I don't know in detail. I know what I do know from when I was there. Things changed the last couple weeks. We watched the film, and hopefully we're prepared for them.
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