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but we begin with continuing coverage of the war on terror. security is being beefed up for new years celebrations in the u.s. and,around the world. world.in brussels, lgium the mayor has canceled fireworks for new year's eve because of the threat of an attack.the announcement came a day after two people were arrested on suspicion of being involved in a terror plot.t. and right now, federal agencies are tightening security around the rose bowl festivities. festivities.that includes the tournament of roses para and the rose bowl game pitting the iowa hawkeyes agaiait stanford friday afternoon. afternoon.cbs 2 news anchor kevin barry is in pasadena and joins us right now live with more, kevin? with headlines over the past few months often centering around terror attacks - and trying to prevent them, fans can't help but think about it leading up to one of the most well known n wl gagas in college football.
bernardino it did. it did enter our minds but we felt that we can't live with fear and we should go ahead and proceed with our lives. the news that the rose bowl is one of just a handful of ents around the news years celebrations that federal authorizes are paying extra attention to doesn't faze or surprise janet's husband clint. no it doesn't. in the back of my mind i figured if they were going to cause a big bang they'd try something at a college bowl. the city of pasadena says it didn't surprise them either. just outside city hall - the los angeles county sheriff's department has the square blocked off and they're using it as a commands center. the rose bowl parade will pass by just a block away. when i say we have more resources available - a lot of thosese the public may not actually even see. they weill be deployed along the parade route at key areas for more rapid response. bor says the pasadena police department is
federal agencies that are partnering to keep everyone safe. he says a year of preparation has resulted in more personnel and specialized equipment. i figure there is probably better securitytyow thananormal sosoe're going anywaygotta live your life. you can't just set and hide in a corner so they win that way too. we alsspoke with iowa presidenbruce harreld today about those security concerns. he says he has faith in the pasadena police department and all the state and federal agencies under their command. we're workrkg with all the locacaauthorities to continue to provide support but it's their show and were actually in their infrastructure and very respectful. they're doing a great job they were e doing a a wonderful job setting upupnd i think we're going to have a wonderful game. the city says the only new
clear bag policy. they say selfie sticks, umbrellas and drones have always been banned. in pasadena, kevin barry, fox 28 news. new details in the san bernardino mass shooting investigation. investigation.the man whwh purcrcsed two of the weapons used in the attack is now facing terrorism charges.a judge handed down the five-count indictment against enrique marquez today. authorities sasamarquez and syed farook planned two other attacks but never followed through with them.the san bernardino attack killed 14 people.marquez is being held without bond tonight. back to the big game, in less than 48 hours, kirk ferentz and his team will play in iowa's first rose bowl in a quarter century. century.today, the head hawk went before the cameras to discuss his team's success so far. far.cbs 2 sports anchor zach hanley talked with coach ferentz and joins us now live
even though this is a huge game, the hawks have stuck to the script that got them here... thursdays they don't practice, since the game is on friday instead of saturday, in the hawkeyes world today to is a thursday. and it was alsoso the final time kirk ferentz and stanford head coach david shaw took the podium and all the talk was about the hawkeyes and the iowa way of doing things. "when we go shopping we don't get to go to t t gourmet story i guess. some schools do, they get to pick the guys my sister can tell you are great great football players... we are comfortable with that." that."" all year ygu just watched iowa find a way to win and nobody said anything. they have a great defensive performance, and a great offensive performance and a great team performance... to me that's a sign of a well, coached team, but it's also the sign of a an unselelsh team." team."kirk ferentz was also named the bobby dodd coach of e year... it's his 5thoach
ason... live in pasadena, zach hanley, cbs 2 news, ten at 10. cbs 2 news is covering all of the fun leading up to the big me on friday. .and be sure to tune in n our road to the roses special tomorrow night at six-30, right here on cbs 2. temps are in the teens and 20s 20s mostly cloudy skies prevail prevail skies will become partly cloudy thursday but it will be cold.
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streets of manhattan to honor a former iowan turn new york city police officer. ofofcer.joseph lemm and six others were killed by a suicide bomber in afgahnistan this month. he was a 15 year veteran of the n-y-p-d and a technical sergeant in the r gugud.lemm spent his early childhood in bernard, near dubuque.his four year old son wore his father's hat and saluted his coffin.the 45-year- old also leaeas behind a wife, and teenage e daughter. an iowa woman held hostage for more than a year - may finally be getting compensation for her ordeal. ordeal.kathryn koob of waterloo was one of 53- americans taken hostage during the iranian revolution in 19-79.terms of their release in 19-81 prevented them from suing the government - but the group has been seeking other avenues of compensation ever since.now - koob and her fellow hostages could receive 10-thousand dollars for every
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"granddaddy of them all"... on friday... iowa will play in a rose bowl for the first time since 1991... fox 28 sports anchor zach hanley's been with the hawkeyes all wewe long... zach... we know about christian mccaffery and the stanford offense... but what about the iowa offense?... old school, tough, and phphical... words that describe the iowa offense, not stylish and flashy... because the hawkeyes all about putting on the hard hat and getting the job done. done. all season long the iowa fense had went to work, ignoring he noise. and at the rose bowl it's no different because the only offense being talked about is stanford's. stanford's.: "that's basically how we've done it all year. not many people have talked about is or given us respec but i think that through the tire year we've just gone about our business and obviously our record shows." and with a three headed monster at running back and a
the hawks plan to fly over a cardinal defense that gives up an average of 23 points per game and nearly 6 yards per play play "obviously statistics don't lie, but at the end of the day we have to make sure that we are just executing all of our assignments." assignments.": "we are just really confident with what we can do as and offense and it doesn't ally matter what defense is out there, what the stats arar we are really confididt in what we can n do and we are just going to go out at do it."confidence that stems from a senior class look for their first bowl win win"it's really rare
to see a good college football team that d dsn't have a good d seseor class and that what wev've enjoyed. these guys are determined, i know they want to close their careers on a high note." e hawkeyes didn't practice today, they have a walk through tomorrow and see the stadium for the first time.
it's the m-v-c-copenen at the mcloud center... u-n-i against the bradley braves... the story early on for u-n-i... was the big men... here's bennett cook... nice little spin into a baby hook... and
it's good.... and cook kept cookin' on defense... this is defending the rim... skies for the swat... coach jake's gotta love that... it was too easy for the home team tonight... here's jeremy morgan getting to his spot... and cashing in on the three ball... ball...morgan pourur in 18 pointstsn the night... and the panthers beat up on the braves at home, 80-44... now to hilton coliseum... iowa state at home against coppin state... first half... cyclones rolling... up 2121. momoe morris in transititi... lolo it up to jameel mckay... that never gets old... later in the half... after a steal... deonte burton drops it off to abdul nader... bucket and the foul for the 'clones... burton... fittttg ririt into theheix in ames... then second half... this game well in hand... monte morris just showin' off... pulling up for the baseline jumper... silky smooth... iowa state puts 104 up against coppin state.....ut it won't t