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mentioned the sack for bosa. 528 yards total offense for urban meyer's team and he's with heather. >> heather: chris, thank you so much. urban, all week, really all season, everybody's been talking about your offense. so, let's shine the spotlight on your defense a little bit. minor blip in the last minute, but 59 minutes of some pretty great football. >> i thought they played great. i thought -- it's been coming. because our defense has been playing well. you look at the last few games, other than a couple big plays and we eliminated the big plays against a very good throwing team. i think in the second or third-ranked offense in the big ten, so, very pleased. >> heather: how could you describe the additional sort of elements that j.t. brought to the field tonight? >> i don't want to be unfair to cardale and i think j.t. was great. j.t. is a great leader, he's a great player and he made those around him better today. it was a good team win. >> heather: waiting for a smile. there's a smile. so, how much fun is it as a coach to be able to spread the
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wealth offensivery like ryly like you were tonight? >> well, you always want to get guys touches and i try to watch that. i'm glad zeke got 100 yards and mike thomas got 100 yards. i try to reward the warriors. they deserve to touch the ball. >> heather: coach, on a night where two unbeatens went down, you may not know this, utah and florida state both lost and your winning streak continues at 21. how would you describe the chemistry of this team? >> i love these kids. they're good people. i just like going to work every day and chance to go 9-0 is all 8-0 is. >> heather: i almost scripted that for you. coach, thank you. >> chris: meyer getting to 150 career wins against just 26 losses by far, the top active winning percentage and goes to 26-0 at ohio state in games october and november. back to heather with j.t. barrett. >> heather: j.t., describe what it is like, how much fun is it on a night when you have so much success to quarterback this team?
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i mean, we kept it simple as an offense. i just try to do my best to get the ball to the play makers that we have on offense and we executed well on offense today, which was really good. >> heather: how could you describe how your perspective has changed this week moving from a red zone specialist to a starter? >> i mean, not really. i play -- starting quarterback last year. it wasn't really a big change or anything like that. now just making sure -- i was preparing well, but i mean, just a little bit more, watching film here and there, this and that before the game, so, i mean, nothing really changed. >> heather: kirk upstairs in the booth in the fourth quarter talked about how this felt like a turning point for this team. yes, you are undefeated, but it felt different. did it feel different to you? >> i think it was a turning point for us. we have to keep on pressing. got to keep on going. not get comfortable. but i think as an offense, as a team, we executed both sides of the ball, special teams, as well. i think it was good team win for us, but we know we can get better. that's the good thing about it. >> heather: congrats. enjoy it.
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>> appreciate it. >> chris: heather, thank you. indiana was a tough 0opponent for ohio state. maryland, they gave up 28, but we've seen a shift in gears against penn state and now rutgers in the last couple games. >> kirk: yep, and, you know, we talk so much about j.t. barrett and the offense. what's getting overlooked, i think, is the way this defense has been playing. and urban meyer just made a great point to heather. this rutgers offense, you could say whatever you want about their record. they've been scoring points on people. almost on every team they have played. tonight, they were control. they had a nice opening drive. other than that, ohio state put the clamps down. it's because of the way the defensive line has played in the man coverage they play on the outside. the reason i feel this is a turning point isn't just the 49-7 win over rutgers. it's because their guy, their leader is back on the field end executing this offense and leading this team and he is providing abilities to make a lot of plays, running and throwing. >> chris: you can call it a turning point.
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that go from pretty good to really, really good. still undefeated, still on course for the showdowns in november against michigan state and michigan. wrap up the cannon crew. only a couple of shots tonight for rutgers. plenty from ohio state. next saturday, 8:00 eastern on abc, the fighting irish visit philly and undefeated temple. looking forward to that one. hope you'll join us. for kirk and heather and our entire team here on the banks of the raritan, chris fowler saying good night from piscataway, the ford wrapup show coming up now and robert flores. all right, chris, thank you. welcome inside our college football studios. last week in ann arbor, it was michigan state that had the improbable win. this weekend, it is georgia tech and both coming via special teams. here we go. number nine florida state. going for the game-winning field goal. instead, it is blocked. and that's when lance austin does his thing. >> austin is returning it down
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>> he's got blocks. >> inside the 20 -- >> you got to be kidding me! >> and he scores! he scores! lance austin picked up the blocked kick and returned it all the way to the house and the north end zone! >> georgia tech radio on the call. seminoles suffering their first loss in 28 straight acc games. utah, previously undefeated. they go down, as well. cody kessler to juju smith. usc rolls, 42-24. their first win against a top three team since 2006. staying in the pac-12, right now on espn, it is stanford with just one loss, but rolling. taking on washington. kevin hogan to austin hooper. right now, it's 14-0, cardinal, second quarter. also on the watch espn app. in the big 12, baylor beat iowa state despite scoring a season-low 45 points. their quarterback, seth russell, suffered a broken bone in his neck.
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he'll be re-evaluated later. they win, 45-27. lsu takes on western kentucky. third quarter. brandon harris, tyrone johnson. 61 yards for the score. tigers win it 48-20. leonard fournette, 150 yards and a touchdown. tigers are 7-0. couple of s.e.c. schools. tennessee and alabama. peyton manning watching his vols on his bye week lose a late lead to alabama. derek henry, 14-yard go ahedad touchdown. alabama wins it 19-14. number six clemson beat up miami. the hurricanes, bless their hearts, they're just bad. deshawn watson. a little bit of a trick play here. jordan leggett. waltzes in. clemson hands miami their worst loss in school history, 58-0. michigan state's connor cook, threw for 395 yards, three yards away from the school
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michigan state pucklls away from indiana, 52-26. hey, and the university of houston cougars remain undefeated. they won 59-10. hey, gameday, next month, memphis and houston from h-town. you should be there! see you next week. (nature sounds) she can rage, and roar, and crack, and storm. but mother nature can't stop us. the new 2016 ford explorer.
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% *already chilly, in the 40s, even some 30s! tonight, quiet with clear skies. temperatures get a bit cold, down to 36 in the morning, but without wind... it should be fairly pleasant. another nice day tomorrow, rain chances and a cool down in the 7- day coming up next, but first here's deborah with your local news! "every each and one of these officers put their lives on the line eeryday," said buenting. their hard work sometimes goes unappreciated...bu t today law enforcement got a special honor from the community.
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candidates on the democratic side and some of their big name friends are in iowa for a night of pomp and politics the muskateers take to the pink ice tonight for a very special cause. deborah good evening and thanks for joining us... i'm deborah souverain it was a big night for law enforcement and football in sioux city. ahead of the morningside - briar cliff match-up--- law enformcent officials were honored for their hard work. abc 9's bria bell has more on law enforcement appreciation day. bria? bria: yes, deborah family, friends, and community members came out to tailgate before the annual "battle of the saddle" football game, in support of the officers they know and love. the event was a success, as local businesses donated food for the cause and volunteers served all attendees, to make it an enjoyable
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morning for those who serve or have lost a loved one while on duty. "there's not a day that goes by that i don't think of him, he was an amazing man," said buenting. amanda buenting is the widow of rockwell city officer jamie buenting who was killed during a four hour standoff in september of 2013. though she says it's been tough without him, her second family in blue has been right beside her. "there's just a part of you missing, but that's where this helps. all the support helps us get through the holidays and do it without him," said buenting. law enforcement appreciation day was spent tailgating before the annual battle of the saddle football faceoff between morning side and briar cliff. it is a time where supporters and families of servicemen, like the buenting can join together and celebrate the courageous acts that the men and women in uniform go through. as lieutenant rex mueller puts it, its a two way street. "the appreciation goes both ways. we can't thank the
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for the way we're treated and the community we have here," said mueller. all families in attendance were allowed to enter the game free of charge and recognized before the singing of the national anthem. while amanda, alongside with sioux city officers kevin mccormick and jill fitch who were most recently wounded in seperate incidents, was to family members of fallen officers. live in the studio, bria bell abc 9 news. deborah: now turning to the campaign trail iowa is back on the mainstage this weekend with the iowa democratic party's jefferson- jackson dinner in des moines. deborah: hillary clinton, bernie sanders, and martin o'malley all took center stage tonight at hy-vee hall. it's the state's largest gathering of democrats with more than 6 thousand tickets sold. tonight more than
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66-hundred democrats packed into hy-vee hall. each candidate had their own special sections of supporters with lights, and signage and their own chants... bernie sanders caused a huge commotion when he walked through the crowd on his way up to the stage for his speech. as of now....front- runner...hillary clinton hasn't hit the stage yet. perry hit the stage... former president bill clinton...warmed up the crowd. he jokingly told the crowd of 4- thousand....that he wants to break barriers...by becoming the first male presidential spouse. this was the first time bill clinton has appeared in iowa for the 2016 campaign season. deborah: while it was a big day for democrats in iowa... republican front-runner dr. ben carson was also in the state. he's currently on his book tour.. at one point, carson took a break....to head to the agrigulture fraternity at iowa state...alpha gamma rho.
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dr. carson spoke to students about the economy... education, and the state of the country. he also touched on medicare and medicaid... clarifying his statements...sayin g he wouldn't get rid of the programs...but instead...would offer an alternative... health savings accounts where recipients of the program get 2-thousand dollars per year they can use for health-care. reporter sabrina ahmed was there to follow-up. "how do you plan to implement health savings plan, timeline as we explain health saving acct and plp become comfy, they'll see it far exceeds traditional medicare medicaid, so they will rapidly move to it on their own but i wont force anyone out of it, if they want to stay they can stay. at what opoimt will it phase in, become mandatory. once there is a carson admin, and our dhs irons out details, within a year within a year the hsp would become available? absolutely. deborah: hallloween may be one week away...
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wanted to get their spook on early... got a chance at the norm waitt senior y-m-c-a. the "y" and sioux city parks and rec...teamed up for the second annual halloween spooktacular! hundreds flocked liked bats...to the long lines family rec center today... people came out in costumes ranging from vampires to super heroes...to enjoy a number of activities including bounce houses, carnival games, a climbing wall, face painting, and so much more! deborah: would you take a dive into freezing
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water for charity? well, this group will. people of all ages went to browns lake in salix this afternoon.... for the annual polar plunge. about 100 people gathered to warm hearts by jumping into frigid waters. participants....dre ssed in a variety of wacky costumes....had to swim about 25 yards into the ice cold water and back. "chickens", or those who weren't daring enough to take the dive, watched and cheered from the sidelines. all proceeds from the polar plunge will go to the iowa special olympics. deborah the ice rink... is pink tonight at the tyson event center. it's all for the eighth annual pink in the rink game. every year... the musketeers partner up with "susan g. komen for the cure siouxland" and "unitypoint health saint-lukes" to help fight breast cancer. proceeds from the game go toward breast cancer awareness, equipment and education. this cause hits close to home for one of the team's
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star players... connor sundquist...whose mother is battling cancer. connor's father says the night is difficult... but fun for the family. "it's an emotional time for us and i know it is for connor as well. we have some kids on the other team that we know so it will be a difficult night but it will be a fun night. " said erik sundquist. deborah and alex will join us later on in the show with highlights of all the action from the game. deborah to pink highlights. how much control should temperatures in the 7-day. your forecast is next. " "
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jacksosodinner in des moines... but along with that event-- came a lot of pre-game action for all three candidates as they rallied support before the dinner. reporter jacob peklo from our affiliate has the story nats with 100 days to go until the february 1st caucus, the
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candidates are pulling out all the stops. with an energy unparalleled to the rest of the campaign trail. nats "katy perry" it meant lots of dancing...and singing in the streets, to get their message across. hillary clinton pulled out two of her biggest name supporters...fororr president bill clinton and music superstar katy perry. sot martin o'malley sought the approval of the crowd, by picking up his guitar and singing with them nats sot while bernie sanders brought a a um line to the party. sot nats allison/elisa chilly already! 1st caucus, the three remaining democratic candidates are pulling out all the stops. with an energy unparalleled to the
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nats "katy perry" it meant lots of dancing...and singing in the streets, to get their memeage across. hillary clinton pulled out two of her biggest name supporters...former president bill clinton and music superstar katy perry.y. sot martrt o'malley sought the approval of the crowd, by picking up his guitar and singing with them nats sot while bernie sanders brought a drum line to the party. sot nats allison/elisa chilly already! elisa 2 line cg: elisa raffa eraffa@kcautv.co m clear skies on the port neal welding company sky cam hd. afternoon temperatures around normal
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our temperatures are getting colder than that so it is rewriting the low in the almanac! temperatures are chilly, in the 40s, even some 30s. this is 10 to 20 degrees colder than this time last night ,and we have more degrees to drop as the night goes on! our air has really dried out compared to yesterday...dew points, yesterday in the 60s, today back down to the 30s! air will stay dry for the next few days. after a breezy day, winds have really calmed, and will stay calm tonight. pleasant, but a bit cold, getting down to 36 tonight. lots of sunshine again tomorrow. you can see our front from yesterday pushed east rather fast, clearing out our skies with cooler, drier, northerly flow. there's our high pressure on stormcast hd. tonight, it scoots to our south and
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our winds to the south for r tomorrow. that will help us get a few degrees warmer, still mid 60s with plenty of sunshine. breezy too, just like today. clouds increase on monday as we start to get almost sandwiched between two systems. mostly cloudy, but dry during theheay. tuesday a system from the west, and moisture from the south start to come together, bringing slight rain chances. tonight, clear and quiet... cold but not too bad with calm winds. 36 degrees. tomorrow, like todadabut a few degrgrs warmer. sunny and d eezy.. a nice fall day. high 65. 7-day has clouds increasing on monday as we bring back some rain chances for tuesday. once that system heads east it pulls in cooler air, temperatures struggle for the mid 50s wednesday and thursday.
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in our peak.. but honestly, i haven't seen much because our windy days have knocked all the leaves down already?! have you seen any? send pictures to me! allison/elisa i love sweather weather! thanks, elisa! clear skies on the port neal welding company sky cam hd. afternoon temperatures around normal after a warmer morning at 45, now our temperatures are getting colder than that so it is rewriting the low in the almanac! temperatures are chilly, in the 40s, even some 30s. this is 10 to 20 degrees colder than this time last night ,and we have more degrees to drop as the night goes on! our air has really dried out compared to yesterday...dew points, yesterday in the 60s, today back down to the 30s! air
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will stay dry for the next few days.s.fter a breezy day, winds have really calmed, and will stay calm tonight. pleasant, but a bit cold, getting down to 36 tonight. lots of sunshine again tomorrow. you can see our front from yesterday pushed east rather fast, clearing out our skies with cooler,drier, northerly flow. there's our high pressure on stormcast hd. tonight, it scoots to our south and pushes east, shifting our winds to the south for allison: when we come
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hosted tri-city on pink in the rink night. alex has the highlights next in sports.
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city musketeers have won three straight games.... tonight, the guys hosted tri-city for the annual pink in the rink game. a neat moment before tonight's game......connor sundquist's mother melissa is fighting breast cancer and she dropped the puck before the action got underway. . opening period....a laser from t t point and jackson keane cleans it up in the crease with the re-direct....1-0 sioux city...... then right before the intermission.....mat t steeves gets in on the action...a lot of traffic in front and he finds the back of the net....muskies up 2-0..... but tri-city answers right back...nico sturm...the laser beats the netminder top shelf.....lead down to one....but connor sundquist goes on totocore the game- winner...so awesome..siouxcity wins it 5-3.... alex from the rink to
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the cage.....earlier tonight, winnavegas casino hosted king of the cage for the fifth time. tonight's event? the harvest of champions. another sold out crowd in sloan, iowa....and we start with sioux city east alum kyle angerman..... matching up with clay uddley at 170.....36 seconds into the round......angerma n strikes.....and that kid had no chance.....tko by strikes.......d the home-town crowd ved it. down t t160.....le mars native jeremy gabel struggled to get anything going...iaasac herzog knocks him out by strikes in the first round... finishing with the amateur middleweight championship....du ane"monster" johnson pulls out the darce choke and that gets the jon done over justen shannon....tune in tomorrow at 5:30 for highlights from tonight's feature card. alex on the gridiron, the battle for the saddle has been dominated by morningside. the mustangs have won all 12 meetings with briar cliff and over the past three years, morningside has
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outscored bc 192-0. the chargers haven't scored in this series since a last-minute touchdown back in 2011. opening drive for briar cliff.....dylan de- ray......connect s with former qb keken van egdom....but that chararr drive stallsls. first morningside possession...they make it count..ryan kasdorf to kendall lindeman...he tight ropes the sideline and goes 38 yards for the score...7-0 mustangs.... and they would keep it rolling....the stangs run the reverse....tricked me out...as well as the defense...22 yards from connor niles...14-0 morningside.... later in the quarter....some e history for ryan kasdorf.....weslee dvorak scampers 22 yards f f the touchdown.n..and with that, kasdorf becomes the first quarterback in morningside history to throw for 100 career touchdowns...sta ngs roll....79-7 the final. up to orange city we go.....15th ranked
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