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it would be demoralizing and i think they were just running a quarterback draw to kick a field goal. that's all they wanted. >> verne: bradley bozeman. >> gary: they were trying to get 5-8 yards, kick a 50-51-yard field goal, and they get a first down and they might be able to put this football game away. >> verne: a 23-yard gain for hurts. 18 carries now near >> gary: this is where leadership for l.s.u. has to step up. that's the most demoralizing plaist game so far. >> verne: bo scarbrough the running back on first down and 10. they feed scarbrough. he cuts it upfield and bangs his way to the 10 yard line. lester cotton, starting right guard led the way. number 66. >> gary: there was no finessing. he went to the left. he planted his left foot and he
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>> verne: lester cotton from tuscaloosa. >> gary: this drive has eaten six minutes off the clock. reminiscent of last year's final drive by alabama when they took the final 9:18 of the game. >> verne: dave aranda. defensive coordinator. first year. corner >> gary: boy, oh, boy. he's a warrior, he's the leader. when you go to practice, he's the one yelling at his teammates. egging them on. he's in the box. he's in that troy polamalu spot. half linebacker. half strong safety. smartest guy on the defense. calls all the defensive plays. >> verne: third down and four at the 11. a reminder that l.s.u. had to
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earlier. third and four. 5:35 to go. harris is running -- oh, dear. >> referee: number 74, five-yard penalty. still third down. >> gary: cam robinson was sure he was right [laughing] -- he turned around and yelled. he yelled at somebody and said "somebody said he's not just jumping, he's ready to block. i think he might have said that it was the l.s.u. sound that drew him offside. >> verne: ridley far left. gehrig dieter. also two wide to the right side. harris. designed run.
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jalen hurts not harris. >> gary: l.s.u. was misaligned. they didn't know what they were doing in the back seven. they were looking at each other and they did not have that edge rusher that they had previously. no one to the left side of the formation. watch how much open field there is. watch the safeties. looking right. doesn't know what to that's exactly where alabama attacked. >> verne: first down, goal. 4:40 to go. >> verne: damien harris. kendall beckwith, with the stop. >> gary: cotton, number 66, comes inside running toward the true freshman. williams, number 73 who just
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and look how alabama is seeing that clock -- remember, bama was willing to kick a field goal. they ran a quarterback draw to say "give me five." they made third and 15 and third and nine on this drive both by running the quarterback. >> verne: hurts with 19 carries. 112 yards. alabama takes a time out. >> gary: i don't think it's the worst thing. under alabama knows how big a touchdown would be here. >> verne: jalen hurts. all they were trying to do was
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>> verne: after the time out -- excuse me, gary. >> gary: as we talked in the open, he didn't just have to beat this l.s.u. defense, he had to beat death valley and he has not blinked. it hasn't been pretty but he has not blinked. >> verne: a glimpse of tre'davious white just outside the one yard line on second down. >> gary: jalen hurts has eight rush attempts this quarter. >> verne: handoff. right side. kendall beckwith and jamal adams. the stop of bo scarbrough. >> gary: i remember a couple years back, blake sims running a naked bootleg faking it to the
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bootlegging around the left end. it does look like l.s.u. is trying to sell out on the ballcarrier. >> verne: this is the 14th play of the drive. >> gary: motion again against alabama. >> verne: yeah. >> referee: before the snap, false start. offense, number 71. five-yard penalty. still third down. >> verne: ross piersbacher, the left huddle late again. i didn't see that. >> verne: i didn't either. >> gary: i didn't see anything there. maybe i missed it. the umpire makes the call. that's who made the call. >> verne: the last touchdown drive lasted nine minutes and 21
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>> gary: they got the edge covered this time. >> verne: hurts. under pressure. four down. damien harris objection not hang on. lewis neal, number 92, with the pressure. >> gary: how about that l.s.u. defense. they hung in there. they got the penalty call to move it a chance. we've already seen them miss one. >> verne: cooper bateman is the holder. adam griffith, 25 yards away. cole mazza will snap it back. got it.
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>> gary: he had a chance. early in this drive. settle for a field goal. ended up a field goal. all arou. in the unseen corners of the world. no monuments built in their honor. because heroes aren't driven by fame. they're carved from courage.
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>> verne: 2:41 to go in the game. 10-0 now after the field goal. alabama's crimson tide. coming up, the napa play of the game. obvious he presented by napa auto parts. 10-0. that was the longest scoring drive -- it ties the longest scoring drive of the season. l.s.u. had only given up eight touchdowns in seven games. they don't give up much. they've given up one in this game. >> verne: here is the kick. taken at the five by -- he's loose down the sidelines. danny etling getting his first
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and he has been under pressure all night long. >> gary: started early and never let up. you have to admire the way he's hanging in there but he's taken a bunch of hits. i you thought they might try to put somebody in there to get a spark in the game, brandon harris, because of the number of sh game. >> verne: danny etling from terre haute, indiana. he told us a fascinating story yesterday. he was on a recruiting trip to wisconsin as a junior in high school when he was listening on the radio to the 2011 game, the famous 9-6 finish. when it went to overtime he asked his mom and dad if they could pull in to a fast-food
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he watched the finish of that overtime game, and that was when drew alleman -- i have been working on that -- he hit his field goal 25 yards out and l.s.u. won, and that was the last time they won in this series. c.j. chark with that catch. marlon humphrey with the tackle. >> gary: great alabama defense forces the ball receiver. no yards after catch -- except for the tight end delay on first down, i have not seen one l.s.u. receiver catch a ball and run for any yards. >> verne: beginning this possession l.s.u. had had 23 total yards in this half. one first down. >> gary: yeah.
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intended for deshawn smith. high hopes tonight leonard fournette would have a breakout game. he had one two weeks ago off the injury. this is only his fifth game. tonight, no. 2.1 average. >> gary: alabama in the second half. their offense finally found it. 196 yards of offense in the second half. 25. >> verne: fourth down, eight. incomplete. ball goes over on downs. >> gary: with a nice play by ronnie harrison that time. man-to-man coverage. stayed with it. didn't interfere, and got his right hand on it. watch him. 15 chd matched up on the tight end. he knows it's going to go to the
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what a wonderful play. i don't know if he touched it, to tell you the truth as i look at it one more time and looking at the reaction right there, i don't think he did. a good throw by etling and a dropped pass. good coverage but just not quite handles -- deshaun smith could have made that catch. he did not come up with it. >> gary: only one time out left for l.s.u. they had to use two. we began -- >> verne: we began this evening game telecast talking about the alabama listen to this one. l.s.u. in the game so far has six first downs.
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>> verne: 10-0 alabama. 1:43 to go in the game. l.s.u. has used its last time out. th w part, are wearing crimson and white in the stands. we have a few l.s.u. faithful.
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rest of this game, it does look, as auburn heads to georgia next week that if auburn wins a couple more games, it's going right down to the iron bowl, doesn't it? >> verne: auburn won today. this afternoon. they're now 7-2. they have won six in a row. 300 or more rushing yards. in four of nine. >> gary: shawn practice all week came off the bench and led them. one more tiger cage match to go. >> verne: alabama's 19th shutout under nick saban. >> gary: i think ed orgeron can be proud of his fastball team tonight and the job they've done. l.s.u. does not have the offense especially against this alabama elite defense to match up.
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announce that at 3:30 eastern time we will be in athens for auburn and georgia. 3:30 eastern. 30 seconds to go. alabama has now won 21 in a row. last loss at home to ole miss a year ago september. they have defeated l.s.u. for the sixth con nick saban, ed orgeron and it's time now for the napa play of the game. only one touchdown in this one. here it was. jalen hurts. >> gary: sprint-out to the
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defender had a chance but he outran him. >> verne: always a pleasure to listen to the voice of eli gold of alabama. >> stepping up. has running room, turns it upfield. he's to the 10. he's to the five. he's in. touchdown, alabama, jalen hurts. >> verne: that was eli gold. nick saban is with >> allie: coach, it's never easy in death valley in a game that was difficult for both teams to score. what gave your team the edge? >> i think we made more plays in the second half, we squandered opportunities inside the one yard line that we didn't score on but our guys kept fighting and i'm proud of our team. this is a tough place to play, they've got a really good team and they're playing well but our guys persevered and i'm proud of them. >> allie: your offense held scoreless for three quarters. you challenged jalen hurts.
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>> he did a great job and made plays but i'm proud of our defense who shut them out all day, if we didn't score for three quarters, they didn't score for four. >> allie: you have mississippi state who beat texas a&m today. then the iron bowl. tough games coming up in the two weeks ahead. what does this team need to improve on even with the success they have had? >> this is like the playoffs. we've got to improve every week. we've got to get better. there are obviously a lot of things that we can do better as a team and that's something we ai >> allie: thank you, coach. congratulations. >> thank you. >> allie: minkah, the defense dominant game in and game out. how did this defense overcome it and shut out l.s.u.? >> we had to stay disciplined and trying to stay focused and make plays. >> allie: congratulations, enjoy with your teammates. >> thank you. >> allie: verne. >> verne: allie, thank you.
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row, jalen hurts. 20 for 114 rushing. two really big plays. >> gary: our play of the game where he scored a touchdown. and then the third and 15 quarterback draw where he went one way and made the first down the other way. in this game, the mark made by the freshman was with his legs. >> verne: so state next week. the final here 10-0. jalen hurts. what a day. 10 of 19 throwing it for a most 107 but boy, was he excellent on the ground. 20 carries, 114 yards, and the only touchdown of the game. >> verne: final 10-0. for gary danielson and allie laforce, i'm verne lundquist
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today. minutes ago kirby smart's georgia bulldogs a field goal as time expired to get the win at kentucky. 27-24. a couple highly ranked s.e.c. teams falling on the road to unranked teams. number four texas a&m loses in starkville, s.e.c. east leader falls at arkansas. auburn holding on at home. otherwise blowout city around the country for teams in the top 10. louisville's lamar jackson seven total touchdowns today. washington lat against cal. a reminder. the nfl on cbs kicks off tomorrow with double header action. most will see the steelers and the ravens. then the colts and packers. it gets started at noon eastern with "the nfl today." enjoy the rest of your weekend and don't forget to set your clocks back. when the clock strikes two. closed captioning provided by cbs sports division 7 on the house by switching to at&t... t the ame
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southwest valley. what authorities say may have >> anchor: new developments on a shooting in the southwest valley. and the debate more for gun rxes is heating up in our state. we hear from both sides of the state should expand background checks. >> reporter: and how long we'll stay mild in my extended forecast. >> anchor: we're learning new details on a shooting that we first brought you as breaking news at 4:30. thank you for joining us on this special edition of eight news now. detectives believe the shooting stemmed for a drug-related
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pines and twain. >> reporter: police are looking for two suspects that may have killed the victim over drugs. they may have left the area on foot. they found a male in his mid-30s dead inside his home. the victim's girlfriend and a roommate were inside the home during the shooting. it doesn't look like a forced entry and officers found all types of driving paraphernalia inside. the victim was shot in a bedroom. we spoke to one man who says he knew the victim. >> i talked to my friend kurt and he said that he found our friend tom on the floor and he
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and he said he thought he was dead. >> reporter: he says that he's not surprised to hear that it's drug related. anyone with information on the case is asked to call crime stoppers. tonight at 11:00 we'll hear more from metro about the increase in violent crime that they're seeing in their jurisdiction this year. >> reporter: thank you, and police are investigating a deadly shooting after a man was killed after being shot several times near nellis air force base. the victim was involved in a fight with three suspects in the street before shots were fired. he was taken to u.m.c. where he later died. police ask anyone with information on the shootings to call crime stoppers.
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450,000 people showing up at the polls. and both sides of the aisle are working to drum up support this weekend. earlier this evening, trump host add rally in reno. and earlier today, former republican candidate ben carson stumped for trump. and bernie sanders will make a stop in the valley to campaign for clinton and the campaign is featuring a lot of stars as both hillary clinton and donald trump try to push people to the polls to both. >> your a hardy bunch standing out here in the rain. >> reporter: hillary clinton clinton supporters indurred a heavy downpour in a battleground state. and katie perry is hosting a
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did the same thing last night. and trump boasted he didn't have celebrates on the campaign trail. >> we don't need jay-z to boost voters. >> reporter: trump likely needs to win all these states to win the election. one hot button topic on the ballot is question number if passed it would require private gun sales to go through private dealer who would do a background check. and gifford was a victim of gun violence is in 2011 when she was in office. she was shot during a public event and she's advocating for voters to pass question one
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gun sales will keep communities safe. >> it takes courage. the courage to do what's right. the courage of new ideas. i've seen great courage when my life was on the line. now is the time to come together and be responsible. >> reporter: meanwhile the opposition says voters should not pass the measure because it will not only keep t but it will be a violation of the second amendment. >> i would tell people to do their own investigation and not buy into the authority of someone who is unfortunately the victim of a crime. if there's evidence that doesn't bear out to what gun control individuals will not tell anyone. >> reporter: the current state law does not require a background check for private
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however, right now it's only required when you go through a licensed gun dealer. we are your local election headquarters, keeping you up-to-date on the races that matter to you on air and online at las >> reporter: taking a moment now to talk about your forecast here and locally tracking warm, mild, dry conditions as we continue into the second half of the weekend as we look ahead if you liked today, you'll see similar conditions here tomorrow. we had a lot of blue sky earlier and now we're calling it clear. very limited cloud cover if any across southern nevada. 73 degrees and winds out of the southwest at three miles per hour. and tomorrow, i think you're going to like this. your sunday planner showing nice
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and trending above average again. how long will this trendgo on for? i have it in my extended forecast. >> reporter: making sure you stay on the right side of the law. the parole and operation pop-up shop opening its doors this weekend with the help of
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>> anchor: it's a new strategy to get felons on probation onto the right path. and the pilot program at one metro police command center is coming to get offenders in
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safer. we looked into the program and have new details. >> reporter: lieutenant sally has been hitting the streets for more than 15 years to make sure that felons comply with probation. >> it's more proactive to be out there. >> reporter: working with metro police, they created a pop up style reporting center. >> we have counsels to help people with problems they're having o we can set them up with appointments. >> reporter: oftentimes, people on probation slip up because they're not able to get across town and check in with an officer. here, they can get dug drug tested, pay fines.
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>> it's increased supervision in this area and we're still working on this partnership in the future where we hope to take it to higher levels. >> reporter: probation officers are saying they're seeing success. >> they're excited that they get to come here. >> reporter: to stay in compliance and keep people on a path away from crime. >> they want to clean up and we want to make sure they're successful on probation. ultimately that's our end goal. >> reporter: this is the third event of southeast area command. the first two events about 153 offenders reported and 40 people were drug tested and over $5,000 was collected in fees. it's a thanksgiving tradition 90 years in the making. we're talking about the macy's thanksgiving day parade. next we go behind the scenes to see what it takes to make those
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>> anchor: take a look this. the huge balloons that glide through manhattan on thanksgiving day are not easy to control. as you can imagine, hundreds of volunteer balloon handlers train throughout the year to make sure the parade is a we go to today's dress rehearsal in new york city. >> you guys stay forward. [whistle] >> come on, we're moving. >> reporter: michael now serves as a pilot after ten years of volunteering. supervising those assigned to
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he's giving orders to those close to him. his daughter and sons. >> this is going to be a challenge to me. >> reporter: and more teams were challenged with two other giant balloons. charlie brown and the trolls. and felix the cat and trixie. >> we've developed accon and we've never had accordion legs in the parade before. >> reporter: there's as many as 70 handlers assigned to balloon. they're each assigned a line to keep the balloon up or down. it's not easy to learn the race. >> there you go. >> reporter: but they're hooked. >> what's it like? >> it's amazing. definitely different than what i thought. it's awesome. >> reporter: and they hope it
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thanksgiving day. >> reporter: and to be a volunteer you have to work at macy's or be sponsored by an employee. i would love to volunteer. and daylight savings time ends sunday so you need to turn the clock black one hour. smart phones will turn back on their own and the red cross wants to remind you to the batteries on your fire alarms as well. and a lot of the volunteers, right? all those volunteers for one float. >> did you watch the annual parade? >> reporter: i've seen it and i had no idea how much work went into one. >> reporter: now i'll appreciate it more next time i see it. >> reporter: i think so, too. >> reporter: and nice weather for that kind of stuff. >> reporter: perfect weather. >> reporter: certainly not going to be as cold as it will be
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because we're trending more like summertime weather. we've been so far above average so consistently and that's going to be continuing for us here locally across southern nevada. and more clear skies as we take a peek at areas there. and the stratosphere is nice. early next week, you'll see more warm conditions. and look at the temperature trend, this is crazy. normal temperatures should be 71 degrees. that's what we should be at this time of year. here's the thing, we're trending well-above average into the next couple of days. 80 tomorrow and upper 70s for monday-friday. and as we already look ahead towards the next week or so, temperatures will continue to remain above seasonal average
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got us at 73 degrees. and winds out of the southwest at three miles per hour. and it does look like that we'll continue to tread into those overnight hours as well. and i'll give you a peek at our high today. we climbed to 79. normal, 72, okay. and this is where we should be at. about seven degrees above seasonal normal. the record stands at 84. and we're getting pretty close tomorrow at 80 degrees, i don't think we'll be in jrd breaking or tying that record. and tonight 65 and clear and nice and mild. and we've been above average for daylight highs. and check out overnight lows. 65 is what we're expecting tonight. normal is 51. we're about 14 degrees above seasonal average. we continue that warm and dry thing tomorrow. and i've got us at 80 and we're still in early november. and remember daylight savings time does end early tomorrow
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average. we'll stay dry throughout the weekend. and a reminder that this coming friday is veterans day. there's your seven-day forecast. and tuesday is election day and veterans day is this coming friday. >> reporter: and the pga putts into round three. see who tops the leaderboard next. as you make up your mind, remember -- congressman heck voted 10 times to defund planned parenthood. he even threatened to shut down the government over it. heck took all that money from wall street and predatory payday lenders and voted their way. he even wanted to privatize social security, risking it on the stock market.
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>> anchor: good evening, the shiner's hospital for children opened its wildest tournament in the pga.
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shots and no one is safe. and the 47-year-old australian is one shot back from the leader. and that's lieu -- lucas glover. and the rider cup champion is on solid ground. >> they were firm but not as fast as they've been, which is hard to digest for see them brown and kind of baked out. and the ball is bouncing and it's fun and hard to adjust to the speed if they look and feel that way. and i struggled with it through seven holes and got more aggressive and kept that way. >> reporter: l.s.u. and alabama
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to the bayou. lsu at night turn to into the death valley. we were scoreless until late in the second half. and that is when [inaudible] hertz makes it and takes off into the end zone. and a great one. he find the end zone and that will do it. how about lsu's office running in place. and the crimson tie tigers. and mississippi state was on upset watch against texas a&m. and 35-28. a&m goes down. and texas and texas tech. and [inaudible] remarkable touchdown and then it gets weird. texas tech rips the ball away and takes off. 100 yards of glory! how about that return?
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and how about the hit of the year? it will make you flinch in fear. florida is returning a kickoff when arkansas mitchell goes into annihilation mode. savage behavior that results in a near car wreck. fun to watch, i have to be honest. fight night. and pacquiao is back. and a 27-year-old is 27 for his career and he puts his belt up for grabs against pack man. and pacquiao claims the welterweight title. and how important is it to stay hydrated? a fan threw a water bottle at drew lock. instead of being offended, he drank from it.
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bottles at you, rip it off and drink. unless it's from a stranger, that's not safe. we'll be right back after the
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tritsch. this is 8 news now. >> anchor: pedestrian deaths this year are up 39% in metro's jurisdti end numbers. britney has more on the urgent public safety matter and what the public should know about protecting pedestrians. >> reporter: pedestrian deaths have increased drastically in the metro's jurisdiction. it's getting worse. 39 pedestrians have died so far


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