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>> referee: personal foul. hands to the face, offense, number 72. 15-yard penalty. third down. >> kirk: i don't -- i don't see a 72 on the field. >> chris: neither does matt rhule. >> kirir 75? >> chris: 52, lofton there. >> kirk: 75 going up against sheldon day. that is a costly penalty for temple. >> chris rather than a fourth and two, back them up to a third and long from the 32. walker escapes and then throwss dodo field, intercepted! russell jumped in front of john christopher, and the irish are going to hold on. >> kirk: when the game is on the line, you need your better players to step up and make a
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walker's just trying to make a play. steps up in the pocket. looked like he may have had a chance, maybe underestimated the closing speed of russell. art breakingor p.j. walker, but a good play by russell, who incidentally, against usc, with the game on the line, came up not only with a big interception, but also a tipped pass that led to an interception by max redfield. so, back-to-back games, one of their better players, late in the game, needs to make a play, and russell does exactly what he needs to do. and yes, he got his hands under that's an interception. >> chris: i think christopher thought he had a catch. russell came from out of nowhere the first turnover for temple tonight. owls can stop the clock twice. and prosise tackled and temple will spend the first time-out with 1:02 to go.
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wrapup right after the game. we'll have more reaction on this e, aswell, as thehe irish take an important step towards that 11-1 season, staying in playoff consideration, among the top one-loss teams, along with alabama, who plays lsu next week and, of course, stanford. those two teams will collide at the end of the year in palo alto. >> kirk: yeah, and they are just trying to get to that point. you know how it is when you get to november. there are no fororone concncsions. when the rankings come out, the pressure becomes very, very severe and sometimes you have teams that have nothing to lose and they go in to play you and sometimes they can shock the world. >> chris: 7:00 eastern time on espn, the ignaugural of the college football playoff top 25 show. the 12-person committee will be
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meeting in dallas and come out with their first set of rankings. that they can change a lot. we saw that last year. kizer. a very safe play, just keeps it. actually shakes a tackle. gets out across the 40 and the owls will spend their final time-out with 58 seconds left. the lg v-10 moments of this saturday weren't any significant surprises. clemson was given a hard fight by nc state, but they dodge the potential look ahead to the noles, and they win it by 15. how about this one? favorite game of the day here, only 123 scores. >> kirk: oh, man. stt watching some of those games in the big 12, it's painful. >> chris: goal line stand there to win the little brown jug against the gophers in minnesota. and vangorder never stops coaches.
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back out there to defend perhaps a hail mary. he's still coaching them up. >> kirk: one of the things that the committee has to evaluate, some of the games in the big 12, where you see the shootouts and all the points being scored versus a game like this where you see notre dame go into philadelphia and play temple, if you don't realize temple iss a really good foot wall team this year -- this is more impressive of a win than maybe some people realize, because of what kind of team temple has. >> chris: you watch this game tonight, you know how hard-earned this victory was for the irish. they have temple take the lead with an incredible drive. couple of fourth down conversions, as kizer is knocked down just short of the marker. it will be fourth down and temple cannot stop the clock running at 45 seconds. 75-yard drive. did it in six plays. 2:36.
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and will fuller, philadelphia native, making the catch that may prove to be the game winner for brian kelly's team tonight. >> chris: looks like he's just going to let it run down to that one second, call a time-out. chris, we should say, if notre dame goes on to win this game, and we'll see, it's not over. we all watched the michigan/michigan state game. it's not over yet. if they do, this is a heck of a win by the irish, finding a way late, showing that toughness that they've had to show sometimes this year on the road. they found a way to win. and for temple, they have nothing to apologize for. this is a big, big week for them. a lot of exposure, everybody wondered how they would handle the primetime, the spotlight, playing here where the eagles play, it's sold out, which doesn't happen that afternoon. and they took advantage, in my opinion, of this stage and of this opportunity and they put on a great performance coming up a little bit short. >> chris: did not come out here for moral victories, but i agree with what you said. they showed the country, this is a very, very solid team and a
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this won't be just a one-year blep. you brought up the michigan/michigan state game. we have to run off the final five seconds here. brian kelly knows how good temple's been at blocking punts. >> kirk: five seconds, you snap the ball to the quarterback, you run backwards for three, four seconds and you take a knee. you got a couple personal protectors to take care ohim to help him out. >> chris: you don't even risk a punt here? >> kirk: i wouldn't. not at all. >> chris: and kizer is still involved in the conversation with kelly. >> kirk: if something happens like that against michigan and michigan state, everybody learns from it. you think you've covered it and everybody makes sure they have a little bit more time on thursday in practice to cover these kind of situations. >> chris: they put two seconds back on the clock. seven seconds to play. kizer, by the way, was an excellent punter in high school. he's been a pooch punter occasionally. >> kirk: no, no. >> chris: you could leave him in the game, just boot it down there, though.
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>> kirk: he could just drop back, throw the ball as high and far as he can, straight up, you know, land it about the 20 yard line. you could do that, too. or throw it out of bounds. just throw it as far as you can out of bounds. the clock will expire. >> chris: kizer in the game. who will do just that. drop back -- lost the ball mow momentaryily and just throws it in the bench. oh, my goodness! the clock has run t. but very nearly a turnover and can you see that kizer -- knows they got away with something there. >> kirk: i was surprised that he -- i thought he might do that, but i didn't he would step in front of two defenders. 50 gets his hands on the ball and knocks it away. >> chris: if temple had been able to fall on that -- game is over. that perhaps would have had a second or two to throw it to the end zone.
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philadelphia and take down a very game temple team. a come from behind fourth quarter rally by number 9, noter dame, to stay in playoff consideration. heather with brian kelly. >> heather: chris, thank you so much. coach, temple didn't make it easy. how did you keep this team believing? >> well, we've got a group that's, you know, veteran and they believe they're going to win, as well. we've been a fourth quarter team all year and, you know, we made a play when we needed to. we had too many missed opportunities, obviously, in the red zone, but we showed great resiliency against a very, very good team. >> heather: you've talked this week during your bye week that this is a team that is in march madness mode. how did you get them to play like it's one and done but not pressing too much? >> again, we're playing with a young quarterback. we have to play better around him but he made a huge play when he needed to. we mounted the big drive when we had to come up big and i'm proud
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of the way our kids competed tonight and found a way on the road to win a good game. >> heather: and your defense stepped up, as well, seeming the win with that interception. what was your reaction as your defense did that? >> we needed to make a play. we hadn't made many plays and it was good to see that play. and we knew we needed to, obviously, offensively, get a first down and obviously made it tough there at the end, but we found a way to win. >> heather: describe the confidence level you have in deshone kizer, after throwing two picks in the first half and coming to play in the second. >> it's the confidence that he has in himself. we're going to let him play. he made a checkdown in the red zone. we had a run play on. he checked out of it and threw a great ball in the corner of the end zone. >> heather: congrats on the win. >> thank you. >> chris: heather, thank you. a comprehensive analysis from coach kelly. the at&t strong performance focusing on kizer, who was 23 of 36, 299. had a late touchdown pass, the game winner to fuller. did have a couple of picks, and
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ran for 143 and he's with heather. >> heather: chris, thank you so much. congratulations. we just talked to your coach and the level of confidence that he has in you. he said it's about your confidence level. where is it right now? >> you know, i've gotten a lot of experience in the first, you know, six, seven games of the season and i've been in a lot of situations as a young quarterback and it's kind of sculpted me into the guy i am right now. the last drive there, that we were playing, i already went through it once and twice and that experience is what's allowing me to be comfortable. >> heather: describe your mind set after two picks. how do you come out and have the second half performance that you did? >> it's tough. it's frustrating. going into the red zone in the first half two times and end up with two interceptions is unbelievable. that's uncalled for. i'm not allowed to do that. i'm taking that upon myself. i'm trying to fit balls into spots where they're not supposed to be. and that's, you know, that's laziness on my part. i have to make sure to improve with. that but to go into the locker
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confidence in the irish offense, it makes it easier to play some good football in the second half. >> heather: describe how the play developed and how you guys reacted to your fellow teammate over here, the philly native and will fuller in the final game-winning touchdown drive? >> they were playing a lot of cloud coverage, bringing the safety overtop of will all game. i understood there was going to be a hole in that area that i wasn't able to come across throughout the whole game. and once we came out, we came out with a run play. they put a little extra in the box. we broke it down and got into max pro and i trusted the best receiver in the country to get one for me. >> heather: well done. >> thank you. >> heather: chris? >> >> chris: and there is will fuller right there. an established starter has twice engineered fourth quarter game-winning drives, both times converting and touchdown receptions by number 7. >> kirk: when things happen continually, you start to realize that -- i told him this
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line, i said, there's some guys that work their whole careers to have that and there are other guys that are just born with it. and i really think his background as an athlete, he just handled himself when he's under pressure. he performs at his best when the game is on the line. we saw it in the very first time well were introduced to him as a notre dame quarterback in charlottesville when evebody was terrified that zaire was down. he stepped up and made plays and hasn't looked back. the clemson game, he played well enough to give them a chance. he's special. he believes in his team and his team more importantly believes in him now as their leader. >> chris: at pittsburgh, wake forest at home. that's their only home game remaining. boston college, then that road trip to stanford, which could be a playoff elimination game. the irish get a scare tonight, not as big a scare as you got at halftime. but they go to 16-0 all-time on halloween, to put that to bed. >> kirk: and notre dame is still going to be in the mix with the rankings, but for temple. they are still in the american
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chance to go out and play a lot of the teams that are up there. going to against a chance against memphis. they will get a chance against houston. that chance of being a member of a group of five and playing a new year's six is still out there for the owls. >> chris: great point. they didn't get the signature win, but doesn't affect their chance of winning the american conference, which is their goal. kelly's team marches the field tollnatch the victory away from temple. 24-20. tonight's game produced by be bonnell. for kirk herbstreit, heather cox and our entire crew, we wish you good evening on halloween from philadelphia. time not for the ford wrapup show, including more on this one, we send it now to the studio and cassidy hubbarth. thanks, chris. it's been a halloween filled with tricks and treats.
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the miami/duke game. for three weeks in a row, we've had special teams craziness. how about michigan/michigan state? then last week at florida state/georgia and now this. after duke scored with six seconds left, miami down three and here on this crazy kick return, miami has eight laterals. again. eight laterals before finally it ends up in corn elder's hand. and elder would take off. somehow he's going to find the end zone. and as you're watching this play -- it took awhile to develop and it took awhile to review. there was a nine-minute review of this touchdown. and after the review -- touchdn stands.
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fashion, 30-27. yes. after an up and down week, miami hitting the huge win. staying in the acc, number 3, clemson, taking on nc state. fourth quarter. clemson up 47-34. deshawneeshaun watson to ray ray mccloud. watson accounted for six total tds and 383 passing yards in the 56-41 win. one of the best plays of the year, florida state down 7-0 to syracuse. watch travis rudolph. on the 75-yard pass from sean maguire. it's how he finishes it. he says, ah, ain't nobody got time for your tackling, and gets in. florida state wins it 45-21. number 18 houston hosting vandy. third quarter, william jackson iii. 55-yard pick six.
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they win big, 34-0. they improve to 8-0 on the year. tulane taking on number 16 memphis. third quarter, paxton lynch finds jamarius anderson for the touchdown. memphis wins it 41-13, to improve to 8-0 on the year. to the big ten. maryland and undefeated iowa. fourth quarter, maryland down 24-7. perry hills intercepted by desmond king who takes it 88 yards to the house. iowa wins 31-15. they improve to 8-0 for the second time in school history. elsewhere in the big ten, cory clement scored three times in wisconsin's win over rutgers. michigan needed a goal line stand as time expired to beat minnesota on the road. penn state won 39-0 for its biggest conference win since 2008. purdue won 55-45. to the big 12. oklahoma state and texas tech.
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final seconds of the game. cowboys up by ten. and patrick mahomes intercepted by are monraymon richards. highest scoring game so far this season. oklahoma state putting up 70, winning 70-53. at the cocktail party, georgia and florida. harris, 66 yards to antonio callaway. florida would win this one 27-3 and they can clinch the s.e.c. east with a win versus vandy next week. and over on espn, right now, sanford trailing 6-3, they haven't trailed at halftime since its season opening loss to northwestern. reminder, this game, again, over on espn with five to play in the second quarter. also, gameday will be in tuscaloo for lsu/alabama. that's it for this ford wrapup. i'm cassidy hubbarth. see you next week. (nature sounds)
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"i heard someone pounding on my door and i came out and the mother of the baby broke my front window asking for help, " a fire late friday night in sioux city leaves one person dead. "polls and the pundits and the money don't mean as much as getting the chance to listen to a candidate, get to know them a little bit, get to know who they are, and most importantly what they will do, " said carly fiorina. presidential candidate carly fiorina makes a stop in northwest iowa to stump for potential voters. " " and a number of the big names in the political world joined congressman steve king for his pheasant hunt. deborah an overnight fire in a sioux city neigborhood has
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dead... it happened at 14- 14 center street. tonight, authorities are investigating what sparked that fire. deborah: good evening and thanks for joining us... i'm deborah souverain. that wasn't the only blaze last night. fire fighters responded to another fire just minutes a nearby home. abc 9's bria bell has the details. "i was inside with my children and i just heard someone pounding on my door and i came out and the mother of my baby broke my front door window asking for help," said cristal santiago who lives across the street from the fire scene. sioux city fire crews were called to the 1400 block of center street at 11:25 late last night. neighbors reported hearing a man and woman screaming for help because a child was inside a burning house. according to an official report from the sioux city fire rescue department, the fire was so strong that crews had to attack the
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male victim was found inside the living room of the one story home. "i just came out and saw the house on fire and big flames. the mother looked like she was panicking, trying to get her baby out of the house," said santiago. today neighbors and onlookers were still in shock from last night's incident as it was visually clear that something tragic had happened several hours earlier. "it was probably one of the worst things that i had ever seen happen on this block. just knowing that those kids were trapped inside and how the father was on the opposite side of the house trying to break in to the rooms just to get them out," said campos. four minutes earlier and about a mile and a half away, fire rescue crews were also called to the 2400 block of west forth street at another house fire incident. in a press release from the sioux city rescue department, it stated that no one was home at the time of the fire and the structure of the house was severly damaged that it had to be red-tagged. fire fighters could be seen investigating the home earlier today, as the road was complelty blocked off from vehicles. deborah:
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the fire on center street...claimed the life of one person...the tragedy marks the first fire death in sioux two years. no one was the second fire on west fourth fire. investigations for both fires are ongoing. we'll keep you updated as we learn more. and sioux city fire rescue wants to remind you to check your smoke make sure they are working so a tragedy like this can be avoided. if you can't afford a smoke alarm...or would like a free safe home inspection... you can contact sioux city fire rescue at the number provided at the bottom of the screen. deborah a number of republican presidential candidates were in iowa today at the growth and opportunity
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forum... but a few spent their morning here in sioux city. deborah new jersey governor chris christie...held a meet and greet at jitters cafe this morning. speaking to the crowd of about fifty...christie said he is ready to be president, and isn't afraid of the responsibilty. attendees say meeting with the presidential candidate was eye-opening. " i was impressed by what he had to say, for folks here. i think if we had more of these kinds of meeting with the fringe candidates, we would learn more about the issues they have, because they do have a message." deborah the new jersey governor will be back in iowa on november 13th...for an event in (nuh-vay-duh) nevada deborah carly fiorina was also in northwest iowa this weekend. we caught up with the republican presidential candidate during her stop in sioux city this morning at stoney creek hotel. in a one-on-one interview with abc-9 fiorina talked about her plans to strengthen the economy...and cut spending...using a zero-based budgeting model.
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the former hewlett packard c-e-o says grassroots campaigns in northwest iowa help her stay connected to issues important to voters. " "i'm really grateful to the people of iowa and to the people of northwest iowa because iowans have always taken my campaign seriously," saysiorina. "the polls and the pundits and the money don't mean as much as getting a chance to listen to a candidate, get to know them a little bit, get to know who they are, and most importantly what they will do. " deborah: and some of the iowans who attended today's event were impressed with what she had to say. " she's intellegent and knows what she's saying. " i think she knows a lot about the economy than the other candidates." deborah fiorina has seen a fall in the latest mon-mouth university poll...with just five percent support. that puts the business woman in sixth place behind ben carson, donald trump,
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marco rubio, ted cruz, and jeb bush. deborah fiorina and christie weren't the only g-o-p candides in northwest iowa... "nat gun fire" bobby jindal and ted cruz were in akron today....pheasant hunting with iowa congressman steve king. jindal and cruz joined 42 other hunters....for king's eighth annual "colonel bud day pheasant hunt" at the "hole 'n' the wall" lodge. we spoke to the two candidates about why iowans should support their campaigns. two things, one i think you're exactly right. we're very pleased to see our numbersbuild here in iowa. we continue to spend time here. secondly, i think voters are looking for especially after seven years of president obama, they're looking for a doer and not a talker. we have a proven track record. " i'm the only candidate in the race that has a proven record as a fiscal conservative, as a social conservative, as a national security conservative, with me, you know what you're going to get." deborah: mike huckabee and
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also participated in the hunt this morning...but they left before our cameras arrived. deborah tomorrow morning on this week in siouxland... tim seaman sits down with democratic presidential candidate martin o'malley for a one-on-one interview. here is a preview. "tune in to this week in siouxland for the full interview, that is sunday morning at 9:00 am." "tune in to this week in siouxland for the full interview, that is sunday morning at 9:00 am." "tune in to this week in siouxland for the full interview, that is sunday morning at 9:00 am." "tune in to this week in siouxland for the full interview, that is sunday morning at 9:00 am." "tune in to this week in siouxland for the full interview, that is sunday morning at 9:00 am." deborah you can watch tim's full 9:00 am." "tune in to this week in siouxland for the full interview, that is sunday morning at 9:00 am." "tune in to this week in siouxland for the full interview, that is sunday morning at 9:00 am." "tune in to this week in siouxland for the full interview, that is sunday morning at 9:00 am." "tune in to this week in siouxland for the full interview, that is sunday morning at 9:00 am." deborah
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you can watch tim's full interview with the former maryland governor tomorrow morning at nine a-m. deborah and tonight don't forget to turn back your clocks one hour for daylight saving time. you will want to turn your clocks back at 2 a-m. the bi-annual re- winding ritual...has been around since congress enacted it during world war one. an interesting fact...a british study found that an extra hour of sleep could be good for you! it found that the risk of a heart attack drops ten percent with the "fall back"...but it rises ten percent with the spring ahead. deborah: when we come back...
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a sioux city couple transforms this ghoulish holiday into the most romantic day of their lives. i'll share the details of their halloween elisa spooktacular halloween! warm start to november and some rain chances in the 7-day. your forecast is next! " " elis 2 line cg: elisa raffa
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cams hd. temperatures warmer than normal today, and we'll start november very warm too! temperatures are in the upper 40s, cool but not too cold. winds have calmed and already shifted south, that will keep us warm for the start of november. halloween! ghosts and ghouls and in the 40s with clear skies tonight. an extra hour of spookiness tonight and a beautiful day tomorrow. yesterday's rain has pushed east, clear skies in siouxland. tonight, no rain but ghosts on stormcast hd! ghosts and clear skies through the overnight, but they leave tomorrow and warmer temperatures come in! lots of sunshine with temperatures
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hitting the 70 degree mark for the first day of november! similar pattern stays for the start of next week. sunshine and temperatures in the low 70s again on monday. clear skies monday night, and the sunshine on tuesday, but winds pick up and temperatures get into the mid 70s! tonight, lots of candy and spider webs! oh and ghosts and ghouls! clear skies and a low of 41, winds shifting to the south. also, don't forget that tonight we fall back! daylight savings ends at 2 am, we get an extra hour of sleep.. and/or halloween festivities! also remember to check smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and your noaa weather radios! tomorrow, lots of sunshine and warm temperatures for first day of november. beautiful... high 70. 7-day has another reminder about our extra hour tonight, and warm temperatures through wednesday! rain chances look slight for now, but much colder air likely to come next weekend. allison/elisa
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