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vindication in the opener this year. >> steve: they are rewarded by continually playing the big boys to start the season. >> brian: give them credit. think how far this win is going to go not only for wisconsin this season but how far it's going to go for paul chryst and recruiting in this region. >> steve: nationally this marks two teams that have lost in the first week, back to 1972, nebraska was top ranked and arkansas at number four. this is going to be an interview you want to hear. here's todd. >> todd: coach, you grew up in wisconsin, coached in wisconsin, went to wisconsin, you come back as the head coach. you told me you were on the field four other times, once for a concert and three times to watch friends play. how was this for you? >> obviously i'm happy but i'm really proud of this team. that's what i love about this game, it's a player's game.
obviously i'm happy but really because what they did and they put it out there against a really good team. i'm proud of this group and i'm really happy for them. >> todd: it's hard to know what you're going to get from a quarterback who hasn't really played and started a game since 2011 i think it was and first collegiate start to come out in this environment. what did you see in bart houston? >> he was bart. he's going to compete and there's going to be a couple plays we're going to want to learn from but he competed and kept his poise i was just proud of the way everyone played together. we had that spurt where we gave them some momentum. the fumble and the pick six. guys just stayed with it and hats off to the team. they came through in a big way. this was fun because it took everyone. >> todd: i know you have a whole season to play and this is one game but watching your players and how excited and emotional they were yesterday to walk through on this field, to get this win against an lsu team
could be a national champion, how much does this mean for all these young men who grew up packer fans watching brett favre and the other greats? >> two things. one, we want to enjoy the moment. they put themselves out here and they can't take that away. then i think there's another part. we as a team this year, how we choose to take this and go forward, that's on us. that's the challenge. right now i want them to enjoy it. it was a challenge but a great opportunity and they took advantage of it. >> todd: great job, coach. congratulations. >> thanks so much. >> todd: we have bart over here. hey bart. how are you doing, man? how are you doing? >> doing good, very good. that was a solid victory.
best of luck to them, but we drove, we fought. the defense made plays. we made some plays. i'm going to have to get a lot better next week too. >> todd: you're named after bart starr, first start of your college career is here on lambeau field. what does it mean to you? >> it means a lot, i think it means more to my dad. that's his favorite player. i don't know, you couldn't have made up a better story, i guess. it's an awesome experience. i love i'm so happy. it's a great time. >> todd: there were some ups and downs. things weren't going well. how were you able to overcome that? >> keep confidence, keep driving and keep going. i think we might have gotten a little satisfied after the first drive in the third quarter and that's why we kind of didn't do
to keep the confidence up, keep driving, keep striving for victories. >> todd: heck of an effort today, man. congratulations. >> thanks. >> steve: this is a disney movie, brother, right? this is real close. this is a movie script. wow. a special afternoon in a special place. >> brian: that's the difference you didn't see this one coming. bart houston hadn't started since 2011 in high school. starts and wins at lambeau field. be sure to tune into abc tonight at 8:00 eastern for saturday night football presented by wells fargo, usc/alabama. in the end, they did the leap. there's no flag on the play. a win by wisconsin.
opening game. some fans didn't find the new rule so transparent. a kid captain. today's season opener had special meaning for one university of iowa's childrens hospital patient. an earthquake in oklahoma rocked people in iowa this morning. why we could feel it from over 600 miles away, coming up. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at 6. the new "clear bag policy" at kinnick stadium is anything but..clear. kinnick enforced the policy during today's season opener against the miami red hawks from oxford, ohio. kinnick stadium adopted the "clear bag policy" for the last game of last season. and they will continue that policy this season. fans can only bring in things that fit into a 12 by six by 12 inch clear bag. for example, gallon lunch bags will work. small clutches
be four and a half by six and a half inches or smaller. people who have items that aren't allowed can check their bag inside the stadium. kcrg tv9's phil reed talked to tailgaters about what they think of the new policy. fans in line anxiously awaiting to enter kinnick stadium to cheer on the hawkeyes some of them stopping by security to make sure the stadium's clear bag policy has erica bobst confused "luckily we park here in the lot so even if we get stuck with something we can dash back, but it's almost easier to not bring a back in at all." while suzie lampi is deciding to to play it safe with her gear. "it's understandable for security reasons, but i'm just going to end up not taking anything in, and leaving everything in the car. i'm not gonna worry about the size of the bag and being stopped at the gate, so i'm just going to leave my phone and everything in the car." nancy miller proudly shows off her clear bag in iowa city. "i think it's an excellent idea
large. you can put in whatever you need. it's great. no problems." she doesn't think the policy is confusing, and feels she will get through the line fast with her bag to watch the hawkeyes "it's not a big deal. you walk through, you show, you move on and enjoy the game." in iowa city, phil reed kcrg tv9 news the clear bag policy did not stop hawkeye fans from enjoying their first tailgate of the y and play games, while the adults grilled hot dogs and more. josh hemann's seven year old daughter kinzie got to go on the field with the players after she was picked to be kid captain for the game. it's a program through the university of iowa's children hospital, where she is a patient. "i'm very, she's been looking forward to this for awhile now. so it'll be a cool experience for her, and i'm just going to try to enjoy the day with her. " a new kid captain is picked for
so chris, are we going see another comfortable tonight? our blue skies weren't so blue today, as moisture is returning to our atmosphere. this is a sign that our weather pattern is starting to finally change from the fall-like one we've been enjoying. tonight, skies will be partly cloudy, and the same will the case for sunday as well. now that winds are more out of the south, humidity and warmer temperatures will gradually as we move into early next week. labor day will be a warm and muggy one, and a small chance for storms exists especially in our far western and northwestern areas monday night. more significant rain chances arrive on tuesday and into wednesday where heavy rain and strong storms are a possibility. thursday will be a break, but our active weather pattern resumes on friday with more storms possible. tonight: mostly clear, a few passing clouds. wind: se 5-10 low: 59 alo: 58 back to you.
is video of pawnee, oklahoma near where the magnitude- five-point-six quake was centered. scientists say the earthquake was felt across seven u-s states. one university of iowa professor says iowa can easily sense other earthquakes due to it's rockbed. "the rocks here in the midwest aren't fractured, they're not weak, so they're sort of like a really well built bell. and if you strike that bell it rings. and it rings very efficiently. " the biggest earthquake to hit the midwest in five years. that one was also in oklahoma. a recent nationwide poll shows libertarian gary johnson is getting double-digit support. the former new mexico governor was at grand view university in des moines today for his first iowa rally. some may not recognize the name
today the former new mexico governor met with hundreds of supporters in des moines. johnson is running as a libertarian. national polls show johnson with about 10 percent support over the past several weeks. supporters gathered to hear him speak at grand view university this afternoon. he spoke about balancing the budget for future generations. "my generation has screwed it up for those that are young and we've got to fix it. to balance the federal budget that is about the future. that is about dealing with the polls, he's hoping to get 15 percent support. if he achieves that, he can participate in the presidential debate in hempstead, new york in a few weeks. turning now to the forecast and meteorologis t chris havely. what can we expect for the rest of the weekend? stay with your 24 hour news
that winds are more out of the south, humidity and warmer temperatures will gradually start returning to eastern iowa as we move into early next week. labor day will be a warm and muggy one, and a small chance for storms exists especially in our far western and northwestern areas monday night. more wednesday where heavy rain and strong storms are a possibility. thursday will be a break, but our active weather pattern resumes on friday with more storms possible. tonight: mostly clear, a few passing clouds. wind: se 5-10 low: 59 alo: 58 tomorrow: mostly sunny to start then turning partly cloudy. seasonable. high: 82 alo: 81 tom. night: partly cloudy. low: 64 alo: 64 monday: mostly sunny, warmer and more humid. high: 86 alo: 64 tuesday: a chance of storms early, then again late. warm and muggy. high: 86 low: 69 wednesday: storms likely. high: 84 low: 68 thursday: partly cloudy. high: 83 low: 65 friday: chance of
three matches. ... this is their first meeting since 2003 ... the ncaa is enforcing new targeting rules this season, and iowa fell victim to it early in the first quarter on this desmond king punt return... decorah grad josey jewell tries to block, but goes helmet-to-helmet on a redhaw defender... he was ejected from the game ... iowa would score on the drive as leshun daniels runs it in for a 2-yard touchdown... 7-0 hawkeyes ... iowa always talks about the next man in... jack hockaday replaces jewell and he lays a big hit picked up by waukon grad parker hesse... he takes it all the way down to the 11-yard line ... 2 plays later, the pitch to akrum wadley... he uses his speed to beat everyone for the 11-yard touchdown... hawkeyes take a 14-0 lead ... miami of ohio tries to get on the board... but anthony nelson comes up with the sack... fumble on the play... it's recovered by xavier grad matt nelson ... on the ensuing hawkeye
side... and it's pay dirt... he goes 43 yards for his 2nd touchdown of the game... iowa led 21-0 after the first quarter ... in the 2nd, wadley gets some great blocking and he scores with ease for his 2nd touchdown.. hawkeyes led 28-7 at halftime ... 3rd quarter, c.j beathard fires over the middle to jerminic smith... he hangs on for the 12-yard touchdown... iowa cruises in the season opener winning 45-21... we'll have more tonight at 10 northern iowa and iowa state will square off at jack trice stadium... scott westerberg has a preview. matt campbell's long-awaited debut is less than an hour away and the cyclones are expecting another tough battle with uni even if panther coach mark farley isn't quite sure what to expect from his own squad. "they're a good team. they're always going to be good. they got some guys returning who played a lot of snaps for them, so that will be a big help for them and they also got some new guys that i'm sure are going to step
good game. they're going to be well prepared and so are we so it's going to be fun." "i know what we are. i know what we can be. i just don't know what we are today, and that will show up in that first game. sometimes we've really played well in first games and other times we haven't played well. i think a lot has to do with what you did in your camp. a lot has to do with your opponent, are they a developed team, are they a senior team, are they a young team. you always do well with a mature football team in your first game." kickoff is set for 7pm on cyclones tv. last fall it was a 10-7 game at half before iowa state pulled away for the 31-7 win. from jack trice stadium, scott westerberg tv9 sports. ... major league baseball, cedar rapids prairie grad scott schebler continues to swing a hot bat for the reds... last night, he hits an rbi single to center to tie the game up 2-2... schebler finished the night 3-for-5... his batting average is now at .241, three weeks ago it was at
coming up tonight at 10, we hear from friends and family members who have lost loved veterans to suicide. where they says families and the public can turn to help their veterans. and now to first alert storm team meteorologis t chris havely for your final forecast. our blue skies weren't so blue today, as moisture is returning to our atmosphere. this is a sign that our weather pattern is starting to finally change from enjoying. tonight, skies will be partly cloudy, and the same will the case for sunday as well. thanks chris. thanks for joining us for kcrg-tv9 news at 6. be sure to tune in again for
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