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proposed to his girlfriend last weekend, and he said how happy he was, and now they have four children, a full house, and he has not had the easiest couple of years, with the death of a child and divorce, and he was not candid talking about how he uses the struggles, and others to talk about how he is not a coach, but a teacher. >> adam: he had the contract extended and he is signed through 2020 and the max highest paid coach shy of $1 million a year. tops out of the mac. and on the other side urban myer has the biggest, one of the six top paid coaches of the country. >> kelly: yeah, you can see the difference of curtis samuel back at running back, and it is more shake and bake, and elliott is more downhill guy, and that is
fine, because like the combination. >> adam: five touchdowns by five different players today for ohio state as barrett is a little bit off target on that throw, and nearly a third pick for darius phillips in the fourth game as a defensive back. james clark was the intended target as we have seen some of the second unit guys on offense. >> kelly: and good coverage again. and remember that darius phillips is a speed guy, and when they moved him to the defensive guy, he can flip the hips and cover like that, and nice play once again. nice play by fill the lips. >> adam: just a sophomore develop ing developing in that position. playing on the near side, and the play on tape done. >> kelly: has this ended any so-called quarterback controversy, because i don't know if there was in urban myers' mind, but there was
around the country. >> adam: well, we go back to the process that you talked about, and urban myer said that cardale jones earned the starting job, and he took the spring reps because of the injury to braxton mi miller and the injuries that jth miller was recovering from. i didn't want to anoint guys. you don't the anoint guys at quarterback, which is what he told the media and us, until j.t. barrett beats cardale jones out, it is cardale's job. while the door is open, cardale is the starter, and it is still his job to own and have until somebody else says otherwise seemingly according to urban myer. >> kelly: and it is what happened in the spring and summer that happened. it is the growth of 12 at that time that the head coach said,
there is no reason to make a change. >> adam: and the special teams with nearly great coverage. good effort there by ohio state by mclaurin, but into the end zone it goes, and on that pet a 32. >> kelly: and you can see, adam, j.t. barrett would have been my guy. we will see a -- too many player on the field for ohio state. >> adam: the quarterback questions all over the the country, and auburn has quarterback question, and usein a former under armour all american in shaun white, and how does -- in sean white, and how does that play out? and you are seeing a lot of question marks especially in the s.e.c. when you go into the pac-12, they know the guys and riding them as deep as they can with kessler and rosen and the other
guys out there. >> kelly: and you know, throwing 50 times last week against texas tech, and they have to revisit their identity as well for arkansas, and the starting point for the quarterback situation would have been, barrett at 11-1 gets hurt. when you are healthy again, you get back on the horse, and that is what i have been taught, but it is the spring and the summer with cardale jones that the urban myer is putting his finger on. >> adam: bogan is stumbling forward and inside of 90 seconds now. >> kelly: and remember he stepped into a sportscar flying down the road with three games left, ab he played well, but essentially, he had to keep it in the ditches at this time. barrett helped to put the car in position, and so i would have gone back to 16, but i fully
respect the fact that urban myer knows the team better than anybody else does, and what happened in the spring and summer is a critical piece of the puzzle. >> adam: and let's not forget that de'veon smith is a big talk, and if you have talked to the coaches or the fans, he is usually the guy that they talk about right after the quarterback, without the big play threat and marshall can become that guy, and samuel and thomas as well showing the ability, but that is an issue. and the offensive line was an issue, and the coaching staff admitted they were an issue in the first three game, and perhaps this game at some point they might consider that as well, so more questions than just barrett versus jones. there was a lot of to answer today, 38 points on the board today, a how comfortable is urban myer? >> kelly: well, he is better, but still looking at the offense that left some points on the field once again. i think that there is certainly work to be done, and you have a championship defense on the other side, so they will allow you the make some mistakes
offensively, but the stakes are going up from here. indiana will be able to score the points on seemingly everybody. so offensively, there is still some improvement to be made, but for crying out loud, 4-0, and you are the defending national champions, and there is an awful lot the like about urban myers' group. >> adam: urban myer and p.j. fleck meet at midfield as ohio state goes to 4-0, and michigan will go to 1-3. the defense continues the play well for the buckeyes, and you would think that it is cardale jones next week adds well. for urban myer who is with olivia myer. >> olivia: coach, cardale with career passing yards and are you
final finally seeing the quarterback that you wanted to see? >> well, we are playing better, but the expectations are high, but i thought that the receivers played great and we had a couple of receiver shots that i thought that we could have hit, but we played better. >> olivia: and kcardale and j.t, and three receivers, and what do you see? >> well, we need to get better. >> olivia: the offense as a whole a big question mark, and the front five, did you see progress? >> yes, much improved and the front five played well, and zeke play hard and curtis as well, and so we have good weapon, and overall, much better. >> olivia: now, coach, that the preseason schedule is over, how kconfident are you going into te conference schedule? >> very good, but we have to get better. >> adam: and it is big ten play for the rest of the way for the
buckeyes who are going to go in as the number one team, but these are going to be difficult matchups. and you will see ohio state and indiana next week. >> kelly: and the defending national champion, and you don't win it in the first four weeks, but you begin to win it now, and urban myer is liking the things that he is beginning to see on the offensive side with guys like that. >> adam: and cardale jones 19 of 33 and two touchdowns and an interception, and 288 yards through the air as ohio state moves to 4-0, and they have won 69 of last 70 at home against unranked conference teams. ucla and arizona later on tonight, and for kelly and oley ya, i'm adam amin, and so long from columbus.
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handled the crash on the track. the pope's message during a whirlwind day in the city of brotherly love. making a big impreshz. a california high school football star who is making national headlines. abc 7 news starts right now. >> live from the kgotv broadcast center. this is abc 7 news. take a look. a cry for help. no air conditioning and little communication. passengers describe a scene of near panic onboard cal train after a minor accident holds people on board for more than an hour. hello, thank you for joining us. i'm natasha. new details about that accident involving cal train that left 900 passengers stuck on a train. corenll bernard spoke with one of the passengers and cal train is now apologizing. >> a big apology from the ceo tonight about the long, sweaty delay for passengers which began
here when two drivers made a wrong turn on broadway and found themselves stuck on the track with a train approaching. they ran from their cars, but the impact of the crash knocked out the ac and the p.a. system onboard. cal train is investigating and saying i'm sorry. cal train is back on track along the peninsula, but friday's commute came to a screeching halt. sky 7 hd was over burlinggame where a northbound express train struck two unoccupied cars on the track. none of the passengers were hurt, but no one could get off. >> honestly, i thought there was a public health risk there. >> reporter: mark was on board and said little communication from the engineering and then the air conditioning went out. >> very quickly became 100, 110, probably 120 degrees. people started to just become profusely sweaty. i was elderly on the train and i started to get concerned about.
>> reporter: cell phone video show people escaping out of the train emergency windows. those took to social media. mckenzie shared this picture with us sharing abc 7 now. others demanded answers from cal train about what was going on. gary jewels tweeted, how long will the delay be? it's hot in here. i'm on the train that hit the car, it's hot in here. car two, gray t-shirt. police telling some passengers to stay onboard. >> they threatened everybody with arrest if they jumped out. >> reporter: the rail line was still active, getting off was too dangerous, but getting a new train to take passengers on took longer than expected. >> i sincerely apologize to the passengers who were affected by this. it's really unacceptable to me to have the length of the delay. we have to do a better job. >> reporter: more than an hour later, passengers were on their way after a long, hot and very scary commute. in burlinggame, cornell bernard. >> abc 7 news viewer sent their
pictures from inside the train. when you see news where you live, take a photo or video and share it with us using the #abc7now. all eastbound lanes of interstate 80 were shut down today after a crash involving several cars. take a look at the backup. this happened just before 2:00 p.m. west of gilman street. traffic just came to a complete halt there. drivers are just sitting there in the eastbound lanes while authorities luckily did get all those lanes back open in about half hour. today our media partner san jose mercury news reports a teenager has died two days after a car hit him outside of his school. 14-year-old lucas anglo was in coma since the accident. police say anglo ran in front of a car while crossing the street on thursday afternoon. and philadelphia's welcoming pope francis today after visiting washington, d.c., and new york. the pontiff is now on the last
stop of his trip to the u.s. abc news reporter marcie gonzalez is in philly. >> reporter: thousands of people packing the streets of philadelphia to see pope francis. >> he's the people's pope. >> he's amazing. >> everything he says we can relate to. >> reporter: the city of brotherly love showing a whole lot of it. the holy father of the catholic church. welcomed by the rocky theme song, the pope arrived in philly this morning. his tender affection warming hearts even before he left the airport, making an unexpected stop to give this blessing. the pontiff celebrating mass. then heading to the birthplace of the united states. outside of independence hall, standing at the same lectern used by abraham lincoln used to deliver the gettysburg address. he shared a message about
religious freedom. >> translator: too often those most in need everywhere are unable to be heard. you are their voice. >> reporter: before celebrating at a huge festival kicking off the world meeting of families, the event that prompted this papal trip. at that festival tonight, performances from aretha franklin and all of this ahead of another very full day for the pope, including a huge outdoor mass here tomorrow. marcie gonzalez, abc news, philadelphia. and happening right now, the prime minister of india's right here in silicon valley for a two-day visit. he landed around 12:30 this afternoon at maneta san jose airport. he tweeted out this photo of the large crowd of techis that welcomed him there. the first visit by an indian prime minister in more than 30 years. he'll speak to 18,000 people in the sap center. he'll tour google headquarters
in mountain view and attend a town hall meeting at facebook tomorrow. one group is profetesting, accusing of human rights violation and convert india to a hindu-only nation. president obama will be in san francisco two weeks from today. he's scheduled to speak at a democratic fund-raiser at the warfield theater on market street on october 10th in the afternoon. kanye west is also scheduled to perform. tickets start at $250 or for just $10,000, you can meet the president of special vip reception. you may remember west receiptly announ announced he wants to run for president in 2020. a berkeley library is closed this weekend because of a bed bug infestation. bed bug sniffing dogs found them at the north branch library yesterday morning. abc 7 news was at the library as people found the doors locked and notice about the closure. an art event was canceled and visitors were disappointed and confused as to how this could
happen. >> i'm sort of shocked. i don't know how bed bugs spread in a public building. i mean, i thought they were, hence the name bed bugs. what are you going to do now? >> come back. >> not just in bed, the bed bugs here were found in the downstairs men's restroom under the desks at the public computer area. the library will be treated and will reopen on tuesday. up next, community support for a girl fighting an aggressive form of cancer. also ahead on abc 7 news. a group took to the streets of san francisco for the right to bear it all. up next, the legal battle to get here. then a wine tour alternative hit the road today for a group kicked off the napa valley wine train. i'm abc 7 meteorologist drew tuma. the cold front moves through this weekend, it will bring this weekend, it will bring about an that sound. like nails on a chalkboard.
about five years ago, i found out that if my daughter-in-law, joyce, eats anything with gluten in it she feels pretty darn terrible. so my team and i came up with a way to remove the grains that contain gluten, from the naturally gluten free oats that cheerios are made of. so now joyce and i can have cheerios together anytime we want. and if you love someone with celiac, or gluten sensitivity, you can too. dublin, los gatos and all the bay area. this is abc 7 news. a community is rallying behind a san francisco girl who was diagnosed with an extremely aggressive form of brain cancer. in fact, no child diagnosed has ever survived into adulthood. abc 7 news was in the district for a musical fund-raiser to support 7-year-old sumo.
she has a rare and inoperable brain tumor called dipg. in july she was given just nine months to live. the money today will pay for a medical trial in england that could potentially save her life and teach researchers more about this deadly form of cancer. >> the survival rate is 0% and my daughter has that and many, many children in america and all over the world are inflected by this with no survival rate and there's been no progress on any of the cancer research on this. >> mayor ed lee was there to support the family. a go fund me page has already raised more than $10,000 of the $150,000 goal. and nudists marched through the streets of san francisco today after a judge ruled in support of them this week. the group filed for a parade permit. each time the city turned it down saying the event was too small to qualify as a parade, which is the only time public nudity is actually legal. then yesterday a judge ruled the
city had to issue a parade permit saying the 2013 ordinance actually had no mention of group sizes. organizers said it is a victory because, to them, nudity is an important form of self-expression. well, today, three dozen people joined a special tour in wine country. this in response to a racially charged incident that happened on the napa valley wine train. the tour called the wine soul train left downtown oakland today. tour black and hispanic-owned wineries. owners will talk about how they've grown their businesses in an industry with few minority leaders and those on the tour say they can enjoy wine country in an environment that they feel comfortable in. >> a lot of enthusiasm. which is really beautiful. what it shows to me is the overwhelming show of support says we're not going to stand for it. we will not live in that world. we can enjoy ourselves in a way that is culturally appropriate to us and not be criminalized for it. >> you may remember the wine
train incident happened in august. a group of mostly, they later apologized to the woman forced off the train. a little bit of a cool down finally getting to us, drew. >> you are liking it, natasha. a lot of people all smiles today. what a winner of oforecast out there. sunshine and refreshing breeze keeping us on the comfortable side. outside we go. live look showing us we are sun soaked across much of the bay area. right now 64 in san francisco and 72 in oakland and mountainview currently 76 degrees and san jose comfortable at 81 and half moon bay at 64 degrees. we'll hop across the bay. and east bay cameras showing us a few fair weather clouds above us and lots of sunshine on the bay waters. currently 95 in santa rosa and 84 in napa and fairfield, concord and livermore coming in at 91 degrees. along with satellite, we are
watching a cold front move through the state of california. it's moving through with little fan fare at this hour. but behind it a cool pool of air that will move in over the next couple of days and bring us more fall-like numbers along with some high clouds. so, future weather shows you overnight tonight a mainly clear night and tomorrow morning you wake up 7:00 in the morning and mainly clear start to the day and into the afternoon and evening, it looks like the clouds are going to hang on across much of the region, which may become problematic. if you are trying to see the total lunar eclipse tomorrow night. i'm hoping enough break in the cloud cover to see some of this. the moon rises at 6:56 and the total lunar eclipse begins around 7:00, 11:00 p.m. tomorrow. if you want to see it look to the east and see enough break in the cloud cover to see the reddish tint as the moon moves behind the earth's shadow. pretty cool stuff there. early morning clouds tomorrow morning and otherwise temperatures comfortable in the 50s and highs for your sunday starting in the south bay and
microclimates. 81 in milpitas and along the peninsula. 77 san mateo and up to 82 in mountain view. a veil of cloud cover over downtown san francisco tomorrow. 70, 63 the high in daly city and 84 santa rosa and 80 san rafael into the east bay tomorrow. 81 fremont and 74 richland. 88 pleasanton and the accuweather seven-day forecast shows you mild to warm and the cooler air moves in tuesday and wednesday we're fall feeling out there before we see a quick bump in temperatures. thursday as october begins. nothing but sunshine one week from today. so, hopefully the clouds will break enough tomorrow that we can see the total of the eclipse. >> that's the thing. >> a cloud of fog always wants to ruin it. >> unacceptable. >> thank you so much, drew. now, we have some news to talk about over in oakland. it was an exciting day. >> we went down to memory lane today and back to the turn of
barry zito and hudson's career combined throughout. both played for the a's and the giants and both won world series titles with the giants. today they faced off against each other in a farewell to arms. the coliseum fans saluting their boys and neither had a performance to remember. zito in trouble right off the get go. top one. two-out, two-run double and go up early, 2-0. let's go top two.
parker, a monster home run last night. this one will not quite go as far. still gets the job done. solo blast. three home runs on the day and take a 4-0 lead. in the second, appeared to lose control. bases loaded walk. eric sogard and for the a's first run and walked in another and hit a run. mark moulder, the third man of the big three. hudson after just an inning and in a third gets a great ovation. also getting a standing ovation, a bitter sweet day for the one-time aces. as for the game, after that, the bull pen retired and showed 14-10 bottom nine and that will probably be your final. meanwhile, another local hero nba champion thompson and he's a big a's fan. his brother plays for the white
sox. the family's best athlete and has a pretty good arm himself and the always nerve wrecking first pitch. basking in the sun and joined the family's success with michael still playing pro-basketball, as well, over overseas. >> growing up together and, you know, real utenique of all pro athletes and how well we push each other and my brother's in italy. little brother is in chicago and worldwide. it's really special. >> we'll take a brief time-out before we check in on today's college football action where and flirting with a spot in the
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everywhere today like they have been all off season. back at their alma mater, north carolina. the larry o'brien toefy with him. tarheels defeated delaware behind four td passes off the bench. great day for the young tarheels. >> truly a blessing to be back here and bring the larry o'brien trophy back to chapel hill. >> number 22 byu in ann arbor. with the one-handed grab falling on his back. 21 yards set up a michigan first td. smith had a great day and
somehow able to get out. wow. watch it, again. how did he do it? 60 yard touchdown yard. michigan 31-0 improving to 3-1. lsu at syracuse continues to show why he's the best back in college football. breaking down around brandon harris and going to take it down the sideline for 48 yards. that will set up just 14 yard touchdown for fornet and lsu up 7-0. another huge day. career high 244 yards and two touchdowns. third quarter finds the hole and goes 62 yards for the score and sixth straight game and lsu wins 34-24 now 3-0 in sec play. cal bears with their pac-12 opener in washington. highlights later in this newscast. busy day as usual on saturday. >> we'll be watching. ahead. one year later. the mystery remains. how people across mexico are
dealing now with the disappearance of 43 college students. also -- >> get back! it's gas. it's starting to fire. get back. freeway drama captured by witnesses. hear from the woman who took this video as motorists stepped up and became heroes. then gridiron giant. meet this california teenager who is proving to be a force to be reckon with
now from abc 7 news. >> it's been one year since 43 college students in mexico suddenly disappeared. whose father lives in san jose was that group on the way to a protest. mexican authorities say corrupt police officers attacked them while on their bus. the government investigation found six students were shot and killed. the rest were handed over to a mexican cartel who allegedly burned their bodies in a landfill and tossed the remains into that river. however, an independent investigation released earlier this month found no evidence that those students were burned. parent remain optimistic that their children may still be found alive. >> translator: believe me, he says. i will bring him back. he will come back one day. >> well, people across mexico continue to rally in support of the students. they are calling for their return or at least better proof of what actually happened.
a county man in captivity in iran is expected to be one of the issues secretary of state john kerry will discuss this week. the two are now in new york for the upcomal united nations general assembly this week. on kerry's agenda the conflicts in syria and yemen. kerry also says he plans to discuss the american citizens detained in iran. they include jason rizian of san raphael who works for "washington post." he was taken into custody last july for waging a propaganda war against iran. happening now, an electronic music festival is under way. illegal substances and drug-related paraphernalia are not allowed at this event. in previous years police arrested more than 100 people during the two-day festival. mostly for drug and alcohol violations. health officials say people
should be very watchful over their drinks. they should stay hydrated and have a backup plan in case they get separated from their frndz. a home burglary victim says she will not press charges as long as they return a box containing the ashes of her late husband. it resembles a jewelry box so it may have sparked the interest of those thieves. on friday morning, the 83-year-old woman returned home to see two men running away from her house they got into a car and drove away. the box also contained her husband's death certificate and four silver coins. now to the latest on the valley fire in lake county. the sheriff department says all traffic restrictions will be lifted today at 5:00 p.m. in cobb and surrounding neighborhoods. as you can see from sky 7 hd, much of cobb was destroyed in this fire. it's the last area covered under a mandatory evacuation order. although the road blocks will be removed not all utilities have been restored there.
the fire is now 95% contained. and has burned nearly 119 square miles since it began on september 12th. four deaths are blamed on the fire and four firefighters were injured fighting the flames. the fire destroyed more than 1,900 structures in all. most of those were homes. a georgia woman today is sharing her heroing experience as witnesses turned into first responders following a traffic accident. take a look at this. tamika captured the heroic efforts of people frantically rushed to the and layed smash on the busy freeway below. the tanker driver still trapped inside reaching out for help and she helped one victim and then captured the scene as others pulled the other victim out of this mangled truck. >> so heroic. i was shocked a little. instinct of help these people. >> thank goodness they did. the highway was closed and people stranded for hours after the tanker spilled,000 gallons
of fuel in the crash. but most importantly, no one was seriously hurt here. up next, we want you to meet a 17-year-old high school football player with a big future. and check this out. the usual flying object that created concern and curiosity this weekend. taking you live outside to san jose where temperatures will continue to dip nicely into those fall bliss temperatures we like. meteorologist will let us know how long this cool down will stick around for us. stick around for us. that's when abc 7 news my name is phil zietlow, and i've been an engineer on the cheerios team for 51 years. about five years ago, i found out that if my daughter-in-law, joyce, eats anything with gluten in it she feels pretty darn terrible. so my team and i came up with a way to remove the grains that contain gluten, from the naturally gluten free oats that cheerios are made of. so now joyce and i can have cheerios together anytime we want. and if you love someone with celiac, or gluten sensitivity, you can too.
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injured. all of them are expected to be okay. now, check this out. very weird. an apparent upside down balloon invaded the streets of las vegas yesterday. this is a hot air balloon. people followed it around town taking videos and pictures. they were worried this was out of control and that it could hurt someone. what they didn't know is that this balloon was designed to look and work exactly as it is. >> people came to me and asked me, well, i tried. i called 911. yeah, it's always disturbing to people and actually in a good way. so, that's funny. >> well, one of the hot air balloon pilots said his company in the netherlands came up with the idea after designers saw a hot air balloon's reflection in the water. the balloon will make several more appearances this weekend. now to the story of a high school student in california who was called the paul bunion of football because he is seven feet tall and weighs 440 pounds. abc news reporter lindsay janice talked with this gridiron giant.
>> reporter: 17-year-old john's sheer size is making him a high school football sensation. the defensive lineman for king high in riverside, california, towered over his teammates at seven feet tall. some even think he could be the tallest football player in the world. and at 440 pounds, he's a force to be reckoned with. >> i put on my hard hat and i'm going to work. >> reporter: the high school senior's popularity is soaring with sport fans online. making headlines from espn to sports illustrated. the gridiron giant says once his helmet is on. he doesn't hold back. >> if you're going to be afraid, might as well not play this game. >> on and off the turf he's training hard. >> i plan on being around 400. >> reporter: trying to attract the attention of division i coaches. >> go play college football. >> reporter: despite his size, his coach says the tall team is just another member of the team.
>> i don't even know if our kids see him as others may see him as a big kid. >> reporter: the parent of his opponents, not too worried either. >> i do have big boys, too. not as intimidating as some of the other players. definitely a little scary. >> reporter: lindsay janice, abc news, new york. >> drew, you're tall. would you like to be down there making eye contact with him? scary. >> we should ask shoe who is the biggest guy he has ever gone against. how much height and weight coming at you. live doppler show you it's a quiet picture and live look from our santa cruz camera beach is the popular place right now but not many people are dipping their toes in the water right now. temperatures along the coast 60s. 64 in downtown san francisco and the same in half moon bay and 82 novato and warm inland, lots of 90s. 91 in antioch and the same in concord. along with satellite a weak cold front sliding through and coming
through with little fan fare. what is behind it is a cool pool of air that will help to bring us back down to more fall-like numbers in the days ahead. tropical specifpacific right no. winds 64 miles per hour moving to the west at 7 miles per hour. a tropical storm watch for the big island of hawaii. has a wind advisories over the next 24 hours as wind gusts could get near 50 miles per hour. the storm itself will stay to the south and weaken over the coming days. so, some good news there. not going to get the direct effect from this tropical storm. overnight tonight back here in the bay yare wru. we'll see mainly clear skies before the midnight hour. after that high clouds moving frin the early morning hours. otherwise, most areas dropping into the 50s. then highs for your sunday. across the region. we'll see filtered sunshine. high clouds moving in and it's a nice day. 70 in downtown san francisco and we'll go to 75 in oakland and a high of 73 in san jose and 86 in concord and 4 the high in santa
rosa. active weather seven-day forecast. tomorrow, mild to warm out there as this cold front moves through and bring us those high clouds. on monday, fog to sunshine and then cooler air and winds pick up on tuesday and especially into wednesday. it's fall feeling out there. but it doesn't last all that long. by thursday and friday, we call it october sunshine. october begins on thursday. friday it's autumn warmth and this time next week, nothing but sunshine. a little bit of something for everybody out there. cooler air first and then a spike in the temperatures just in time for october. >> that happens here. really strange. >> joins us now with sports. you know, this gridiron giant we were just talking about. six foot in sixth grade. like hitting a brick wall. >> never seen anybody that large. cal bears kick off their pac-12 opener against washington trying to reign undefeated. are the bears for real?
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undefeated bears with their pac-12 opener on the road. 3-0 mines nothing unless you win your conference games. ready to do what he can do there. second quarter cal down 7-6. bounce off a bunch of guys. like a pin ball. 12-yard score and bears take a 10-7 lead. late in the half. gone. quick strike. this is what he does best. 28 yard score. bears led 27 at the half. third quarter, keeps the play alive and scrambles around and he'll find lawler. 27-7 cal. looks like they have this in hand. washington scores to make it 27-14. late in the third, fumbles and sydney jones is going to return it 70 yards for the huskies. and right now cal is up 27-21 in
the fourth quarter. so, this is far from over. tough to win on the road in the pac-12. stay tuned as the pac-12 takes over our airwaves on abc 7. ucla and arizona facing off. stick around after the game. jason thompson and yours truly as we break down the day in college football. busy day after the game. should be fun. tune in and we'll see you then and -- >> hopefully cal can get to 4-0. >> 1998. >> 2007. >> good try. he was close. >> oh, my goodness. all right. thank you so much, drew. appreciate it. that does it for this edition of abc 7 news. for drew and chew, thank you for coaching us. expect you to live tweet the entire thing, too. have a great day, guys. see you later.
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>> chris: tonight in tucson, blazing heat, heavy hype for a collision in the division. arizona's wildcats are underdogs, but mr. corso is calling for an upset, with a bear down battle cry. their dominant defensive stud skcooby wright returns tonight. the zona zoo knows the cats have been bullied in recent years. can a red-out crowd help change the trend? rich rod says his team is ready. >> all the games are important. but the conference games are a little extra special. going to be two ranked teams,