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and now they take a time-out. >> referee: time-out. new england. their second. >> al: on a third and 23. >> cris: i don't think belichick liked what he saw. >> al: no. probably. >> cris: that was a okay guys, let's think about this now. don't worry about guarding down to the first down marker. jamie collins wandering around. they were trying to funnel everything into him on this play. hightower, for whatever reason did not feel good about that. discussion on the sideline over there for matt patricia saying guys, we are really guarding the ten-yard area here. >> al: third and 23. fitzgerald matched up with ryan. palmer. over the middle. caught, 29 yard line and this
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now they are back in field goal range. on fourth down they will spot the ball at the 29 yard line. >> cris: i am surprised that they are not taking a time-out. >> al: well, new england, arizona is out of time-outs. >> cris: not arizona, new england. >> al: exactly. fourth and five. now you have catanzaro. >> cris: you have to take that time-out. >> al: well, they should and they will now. but this is where belichick did not take a time-out in the super bowl and came up smelling like a rose. >> cris: yeah. you have to preserve what time that you have left. in theory if he makes it you will get your shot to go the other way and kick a field goal. >> al: jaron brown making the catch. getting them back into field goal range. working on the rookie, jones. so, you are going to have about
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if new england gets the ball back, no time-outs. >> cris: perfect under 47 yards last year. misses, 47, 51 and 55. >> al: drew butler to hold it. this to try to give the low snap, he gets it down. and the kick is no good. bad snap. >> cris: the rookie snapper. you try to save money here and there. that snap was low and away and
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of the kick. >> al: and both of our games this week, thursday and sunday, come down to a missed field goal at the end. >> cris: so many people thought that if new england could just go 2-2 in the first four games without tom brady, that they would be set. everybody in their division loses. they come in against a very tough arizona team here and get it done. >> al: now three home games before they get brady back. well, it will be a long night for candidate but it comes down to a bad snap in the end. >> cris: very nice game for jimmy garoppolo too on the road, under pressure, no gronkowski. all of the pressure on him and
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>> al: 23-21. patriots in a back and forth opening night game in the desert. 47. the mistiming of the kick wide to the left. the patriots go home for the next three upsetting the cardinals on the road. volkswagen postgame is coming up
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welcome to the volkswagen passat postgame show. here is bob costas. >> a low snap did not help but chandler catanzaro misses from 47, otherwise it would be the instead new england, a big underdog without brady and without gronkowski and other important players missing, they come in to arizona and win it 23-21. the game balls will go to jimmy garoppolo and to julian edelman. garoppolo, making his first nfl start was 24 for 33 for 264 and a touchdown. edelman caught 7 of the passes for 66 yards and garoppolo and
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>> michele: jimmy, to come on the road, you got a banged up offensive line. you don't have gronkowski. you are playing a really good team. how do you explain this win? >> you know, just all three phases. it really was. everyone playing team football. great complementary football. it was one of those nights. it was a good win. it was a good team win. >> michele: how would you evaluate you? >> plenty of room for improvement. we will look at the film and get it corrected for next week. >> michele: you couldn't wait to actually play. >> oh, man. >> michele: now it is in the books what is going through your mind? >> it is just a great feeling. the whole team. you have to credit everybody. it is an awesome feeling. >> michele: congratulations. julian, you were helping him quite a bit out there. how did he do? >> you know, he came in here and he did his job and executed the offense. you know, it is good to see him come out here and play well. >> michele: how were you two
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quickly as you did? >> we did our job. we stayed in the scheme. we took in the coaching. we had a good week of practice. we were able to execute the game. >> michele: we know tom brady is at home watching. do you want to say anything? >> love you buddy. we are going to get a few more. love you mom. >> schedule is favorable. next three all favorable at home before brady returns against cleveland in week five. the patriots. tony, how was new england able to get it done tonight? >> well, bob, obviously jimmy garoppolo was outstanding. as they said he did his job. but i always marvel at bill belichick and his coaching staff. no matter who they have playing or who is out, they always do one thing. they take away what the opponent does best. tonight they took away the blitzing from arizona's defense by throwing quick passes,
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adjust and have to throw underneath. i thought it was just an outstanding coaching job by the patriots staff. >> on the other hand if you are bruce arians, you know the next five games on the schedule are all against teams that didn't make the playoffs a year ago, and you came close to beating the patriots. granted, the patriots were without brady and gronkowski as we mentioned all night long. if you are bruce arians, what are you telling your team in the locker room now orn >> you can't get down over one loss. but this is a game they obviously felt like they were going to win. you are playing at home. you never want to lose at home. you are playing to a backup quarterback. a banged up team. you had a chance to win it. you get over that as every coach does. hey, let's look at the tape. examine our mistakes. improve. we have a lot of football left to play. we are not going to hang our
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now let's move over to mike florio. russell wilson injured his ankle in a seahawks victory today. what is the latest you are hearing about his condition? >> well, bob, the ankle injury bothered russell wilson for the rest of the game. afterwards he acknowledged it is sore. this is one of those things we will need to keep our eyes on. it could linger. they are playing a tough rams' defense next weekend. the first regular season game back in s in minnesota next weekend, the new stadium opening. but it will be the same routine. will it be shaun hill or sam bradford at quarterback for the vikings? mike zimmer will keep it close to his vest. shaun hill played very well, well enough to win on sunday in tennessee. about you they are trying to get bradford ready to go. he is is the guy with the upside that they think will carry them to where they want to.
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diggs. maybe he will tell me who will start next week. >> thanks, mike, for the info. we look forward to pro football talk live tomorrow morning on nbcsn followed by "the dan patrick show" from 9:00 to 12:00. final score in arizona, pats 23, cards 21. al and cris to wrap it up back after this. d collision warning ] [ car braking ] bye dad! it brakes when you don't. forward collision warning and autonomous emergency braking. available on the redesigned passat. from volkswagen. i keep having this nightmare where no one can hear me. i'm locked in and i can't escape. my bike is faster than your network.
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the volkswagen passat postgame report. >> rodgers, pressure comes. he throws as he is hit. caught, touchdown. miraculous look. >> mariota shotgun, play action. he is is going to dump it left. intercepted, eric kendricks. there he goes. touchdown! a 76-yard pick six. >> al: it wasn't easy for either team, but it is the packers and the vikings coming in 1-0 opening up the new stadium in minneapolis. hot day in jacksonville. jaguars, a very much improved team but the packers get it done. >> cris: they sure did. any time that you get a win on the road as both teams did, very important. for jordy nelson to come back. eddie lacy looked trimmed down. then the defense carried the day. you wonder how soon can sam bradford get ready? it is not easy, al. you are trying to just remember
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>> al: the defense got it done for minnesota. the two big defensive touchdowns. whether it is hill or bradford, we don't know as we say it might be next week before we find out. but it is going to be some night in minneapolis. >> cris: i cannot wait to see that building. >> al: that's "sunday night football" next week we will talk to you from the twin cities. final score tonight was 23-21, new england. that wraps up our coverage of michaels, collinsworth, tafoya, costas and the whole gang saying good night from glendale, arizona. we will talk to you next sunday. ? ? >> announcer: nbc sports thanks you for watching this special presentation of the national
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garoppolo. >> thank you for joining us, everyone. i'm gerard ramalho. >> and i'm alexis hernandez. >> for the students in walter junior high will not have class. >> the building still being cleaned from mercury contamination. here are the developments. the environmental protection agency says about a quarter cup of mercury has been found and one official calling it a significant amount. >> 60 homes have mercury exposure and one family forced from their residence.
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re-open. >> and now, we know the mercury contamination expanded well beyond the walls of the school. the red cross assisting one family vacated for their own safety. >> it's a story we are streaming online for federal and school officials. >> that is the prime story and nathan o'neil joining us near buffalo and alta, nathan. >> yeah, an official with the epa tells me that this would now be considered a large scale am the nation much bigger than just were talking about and told about last week, and i want to show you exactly how much the epa found. they said they found about a fourth cup of mercury inside the school so far. >> reporter: a mercury spill in this gym class sent this school in chaos tracing the hazard metal to students homes, and one
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and staff were screened and cleared after the school was temporarily put on lockdown wednesday. we were first told a small amount of mercury was found. here's what we were told then. >> the amount that we were dealing with yesterday was consistent with that of an old school thermometer. >> today, a much different story. >> upwards of a quarter cup of mercury was found. >> daughter's clothes to be tested and classes are canceled for third day. >> safety is a top priority. >> parents like nicole are frustrated amid reports that children were exposed to the mercury four days before the staff reported it. >> it should not be looked over. it should be anticipate attention to. it was not -- paid attention to. it was not just reported to one administrator but to several and they still did nothing.
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school district's job to find out where it came from. >> as a district and school, we'll debrief and how we can do better for education for the students and teachers. >> and tomorrow, the epa plans to revisit and retest that one home that was evacuated because of the safety concerns, but they also plan to visit several more homes in the area because they have not been tested and still need to clear those homes. news 3. >> seems like a lot of work to be done. we want to remind everyone this is a developing story and we of course, will continue to learn more tomorrow and in the coming days. whenever the epa or clark county school district speak on the mercury contamination subject, we'll have it streamed on our web site as earlier today. >> of course, we are constantly updating the page with facebook and twitter pages. >> now, another big story
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campaign trail. >> after abruptly leaving the 9/11 commemoration, hillary clinton stumbled, nearly collapsing. the campaign said she felt overheated but we learned she was diagnosed with pneumonia. >> now, this scrutiny on her health which donald trump was trying to make a concern. >> it started as a did of remembrance, hillary clinton and 9/11 memorial just after 8:00 this morning n to never forget the fallen. >> and clinton leaving the ceremony early without explanation, video surfacing on twitter showing the former secretary of state unsteady, appearing to lean on a post and requiring support from staffers getting into her van as her legs seemed to buckle and the press left in the dark for 90 minutes with no details on where she was
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and after 11:00 a.m., the campaign released a short statement saying in part: . >> she came out smiling saying she feels much better. clinton even stopping to greet a child before getting in her van and heading back to her home and >> it was incredibly stifling and very hot. >> and the pneumonia diagnosis was announced and it can be beaten quickly if treated quickly. >> if he's hydrated and taking her medication, she should be good to go. >> the former secretary of state does not travel with a physician
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most agents receive extensive emt training and assist in emergencies and there should be a first aid kit in the motorcade, but this is raising questions about the democratic nominee's health. >> clinch the top spot has no public events scheduled on monday and reports say she's canceled fund-raising events in northern california. >> she's scheduled to campaign in the las vegas area on well. although her doctor says she is in excellent health, there are concerns about clinton's medical history before today. most notably back in 2012 when she suffered a concussion and it's had a blood clot and hospitalized then requiring blood thinning medication, which we're told she still takes. >> donald trump has used all of that the clinton is hiding a serious health problem and there
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gastroenterologist praising his health as extraordinary and astonishing. whoef wins will be one of the oldest presidents in history. >> 9/1115 years later, but it still feels just like yesterday, the wounds will never heal. >> next, commemoration of one of the darkest days in history. we visit new york, washington and shanksville. >> and here in las vegas, there were
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>> gerard: and as we do each day this year, the nation paused to remember the victims of september 11th and the terror attacks. >> thousands gathered at the memorial today and jay gray reports if new york. >> jeremiah joseph hearn. >> alexis: joanne marie. >> alexis: 15ar 90 minutes in the memorial,
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and went to her daughter chelsea's apartment and then walking out waving to the crowd. a crowd of family members and friends gathered in shanksville, pennsylvania, honoring the heros who gave their life to the diverted plane headed to the capitol. >> their spirits live in the sacred ground and our hearts. >> and president obama took part in a service in the pentagon resolve. >> in the end, the most enduring memorial to those we lost is ensuring the america that we continue to be, that we stay true to ourselves, that we stay true to what's best in us, that we do not let others divide us.
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to forget. jay gray, nbc news, new york. >> and all across the nation as well as here in las vegas, there were 9/11 tributes, as well. >> just a short time ago, there was a procession on the fremont street experience in downtown las vegas. the las vegas firefighters benefit association and retired joined forces tonight with 403 people received an american flag to hold during a procession, which represented the 343 new york firefighters, 37 port short police department officers and 23 new york officers who lost their lives during the attacks. >> it's a total honor. we work the las vegas fire and rescue and we're here to tribute the firefighters and the port
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event. we're here to honor them. >> also today, there was a bell ringing ceremony in a las vegas fire and rescue station at the moment the twin towers fell. fire station number 5 has a piece of the twin tower on display. in henderson, the first responders class held a patriot day get-together and people got to see a video called "boat lift" narrated by tom hanks, which talks about the get half a million people off on 9/11. remember, manhattan, where the twin towers is located is an island. >> on the north side of town, a special ceremony in the paup west mortuary with dignitaries and speakers onhand and a bagpipe procession and a color guard, but as you see here the most impressive sight was the
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2,996 of flags attributed to the men, women and children that lost their lives and this was a teaching moment for parents of young children. >> so we were kind of explaining the world trade center and they were pointing out some were people that worked there, some were firefighters and things like that. they're just trying to point out that every flag has its own story. >> we also learned today that this will be the last year of the flag palm northwest tells us the flags will be sold and proceeds will go to the firefighter burn foundation of southern nevada. >> well, there was another 9/11 remembrance a couple of days ago that we want to mention. >> palo verde students, teachers and staff pay tribute to barbara edwards, who was killed in the attack.
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crashed into the pentagon. the school has a permanent memorial to her near the soccer field. >> barbara was my best friend. she went home and was visiting family and friends out back east and was on her way back for my birthday, which is 9/11, so it was just a tragedy for all. >> edwards is also included in the 9/11 memorial in new york. >> a big milestone in north las vegas. >> gerard: still to come on news 11:00 prime, how they made a difference in the community now
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. >> gerard: an arrest is made in the shooting death of a man friday morning east of the strip. police say 22-year-old assad brown was taken into custody in gilbert, arizona, a suburb of phoenix. no other details were released. he was wanted for this in desert inn and there was a shooting before that. >> a to the community. >> holding a special anniversary service to celebrate the 50th year of service to the las vegas valley. the church first organized in 1966 with a group of less than 20 people and later built a sanctuary in 2009. the church has since been offering outreach ministries which include programs to help the homeless and elderly.
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grow and prosper. >> they help to mentor youth and offer educational scholarships. >> gerard: all right, coming up on the start of another workweek and school week, so we better check with the weather authority and jerry brown standing by for us. >> i'm hopeful tonight. i'm hopeful today was the swan song for the triple digits this summer. we're seeing long-term models, could get back in the upper 90s, but right now, i don't see do have some winds, though, and the day in motion, not really much to look at, looking to the east, you'll see a sunrise here momentarily. why isn't that sun rise something what's going on here? let's see what we can do about that. well, i don't know what happened to the sunrise for sunset, but i the tell you it's 91 degrees currently in our downtown studios southeast winds at 2
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point of 38 degrees and it is dry outside with 100s in the eastern part of the valley and 100 las vegas airports and to the west and lakes. 94 for summerlin and mid-80s in anthem and southern highland and summerlin in at 86. our downtown studios, 91 degrees. around the region, 61 up at mt. charleston. it would be something if it was 91. 84 in pahrump, 92 in mesquite and 87 in boulder city. now, officially for las vegas today, we did hit triple digits as forecast, 101 degrees, five degrees above the normal in this month of september. nationally, showers over the southeast and elsewhere, the
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of the woods, but it didn't make it down to clark county and we have a system up to the north with cooler air imbedded in it, and the energy from that will work its way from down here and we'll feel it in the form of winds tomorrow afternoon and tuesday and noticeably cooler temperatures. it will be cooler tomorrow and what we won't get out of this, is this moisture and we'll stay dry tonight, excuse me, really looking goin activity. cooling through wednesday with temperatures in the 85 to 90 degree range with lows in the 65 to 70 degree range and we'll warm up with normal temperatures, 95, 96, the overnight lows, looking pretty good and noticeably cooler tomorrow night, that i can promise you and highs, not a lot of triple digits on this map. you have to go to death valley or laughlin.
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cooler air tomorrow night, 95, sunny and not as hot with a windy afternoon. note the winds, not too bad through midday and they double southwest by 20 by 5 p.m. with the low 90s and the 7-day forecast, shows some delightful weather by the middle of the week, and wednesday probably the nicest, 87 and warming up to the 95 degree range next week. not a bad forecast, the first one we haven't seen tri
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. >> a crime alert from metro police now. they are asking for help in finding an armed robbery suspect. he entered a business near tropicana and nellis in
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gun and demanded money. the employees were able to ran from the scene and the suspect fled before taking any money or merchandise. he's described as an african-american man in his 20s, approximately six feet tall. anyone with information, if you saw anything at all, you're urged to call crime stoppers at 385-5555.. >> alexis: a 15-year-old boy is in jail tonight accused of planning a terror attack in france. french police arrested the boy in his paris home after they detected was planning a weekend attack. the incident came two days after french police arrested a group of woman for trying to attack a cathedral. the prime minister warned some 15,000 people in the country could be in the process of being radicalized. >> up next on "live and prime" a college football game turns ugly.
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over 20,000 nevadans rely on planned parenthood for access to basic health services and critical cancer screenings. but congressman heck voted to defund planned parenthood and was willing to shut down the government over it. heck opposed roe v. wade and voted to criminalize abortion.
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. >> alexis: caught on camera. a college football player punched a ref in the middle of a game in southern california. a fight broke out between mount san antonio college and ventura college. a mount san antonio lineman took a swing and knocked him to the and facing battery charges and this could result in a five year ban for football. >> denver police say a driver of a school bus that crashed in the international airport died at the scene. the bus veered off the roadway crashing into a concrete wall and 17-20 passengers were taken to nearby hospitals. who are in critical condition and the bus was returning to colorado after playing a game in
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>> gerard: still ahead here tonight, it was full honors for one four-legged friend.
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. >> gerard: well, for the first time eva was given a special memorial service with full honors this afternoon. >> we spoke to the owner and those that cared for her in the coming days. >> reporter: in the military memorial with full honors. >> it was the toughest loss i've had to endure. >> thousands came to pay the respects to ireland, a 13-year-old military war dog who
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deployments. >> we deployed to camp fallujah in iraq. >> ireland was medically retired in the southernlands took them into their home. >> how many lives she saved and how many explosives she had detected, which saved hundreds of lives of our active military over there, she led the way to detect the explosives and save their life. >> there was no quit in that dog. she had more drive than five other dogs. i don't have a bad memory >> over the years, ireland's condition continued to worsen and last month, she passed away. >> that's the best gift we could give her was to be able to let her go. >> reporter: although she's no longer by southernland's side, some of the best memories were the past seven years with family and friends that ireland helped bring him home to. >> my safety was never a concern. >> amazing story.
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who served overseas would receive. >> well, pro hockey in las vegas. we're still waiting for a las vegas. we're still waiting for a anymore for our the chef-inspired las vegas. we're still waiting for a apanini collection from subway is grilled right before your eyes, in our new panini press. but...let's start at the beginning the new salami caprese panini starts with genoa salami, thick-sliced fresh mozzarella, creamy pesto, to get a golden brown crust and meld the flavors in melted cheese. oh, here's the best part. the new chef-inspired panini collection.
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. >> gerard: developing news today from the owner of our incoming hockey franchise, bill foley confirmed to las vegas.com that they have basic logo picked out and the colors are picked and a portion of the team nickname is pick and so far, knights will be part of the name and red will be one of the colors and he confirmed that black knights is
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red color, he said he wanted to team colors to reflect the las vegas environment such as red rock and the final logo and name went be revealed until next month and the first sunday of regular season football, so we better check in with amber dixon in the sports center. >> he, gerrard and what a lovely sunday it has been jam-packed with the nfl, but at the same time, it's been kind of a mixed bag day, the first sunday of th of 9/11, sometimes across the country have different demonstrations of patriotic support and the patriots themselves, they had no tim bradley or rob gronkowski at arizona but jimmy garoppolo with smelling salts before the kickoff and sees his man and gets him the ball.
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back out and jones a former cardinal getting some revenge against his former team recovering the ball, but the john bonaventura scoreboard, they don't -- to kansas city now, the chiefs, the six and a half point favorites over the chargers, but the first half, san diego's 2015 first round draft pick runs melvin gordon didn't score one all last year. 4th quarter, san diego has a 17-point lead, the chiefs alex smith hits max lateraling to another this gault to often observe time and they need 10 plays and the quarterback
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. >> the rebels were competitive, down a touchdown in the 1st quarter and the rebel quarterback lon thomas gets unlv on the board and 12 of the 112 yards rushing and the 2nd quarter, stevenson comes down with the johnny stanton stride and the 3rd quarter now, s goes untouched into the end zone, but ucla responds with two touchdown runs in the 4th quarter, one of them from qb josh grogan and unlv now prepares for central michigan, who yesterday won a controversial game at oklahoma state and the officials
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play and a lateral and win 20-37 and the officials gave them the untimed play after penalizing oklahoma state for intentional rounding while trying to run out the clock. the referee said it was an error to extend the game after a loss of penalty. like the chippewa's game, the u.s. final came down to the wire. number one ranked djokovic took on number thre and djokovic got to hit it down the line and stares down the joker who the dealing with a bleeding toe. that's got to hurt. the fourth set, tries to battle through to no avail. . >> all right, a great day of football and sports.
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? sharyl: 15 years after those many lives taken, america is grappling with the unforeseen tolls. costs few could have envisioned. 15 years after 9/11, it's the terrorists versus us. who's won so far? >> the terrorists have won. scott: few men have been more radical and more influential in recruiting for isis ov >> anjem's been arrested, but for me, it's 7 years too late, my stepbrother is already in prison. he's already been radicalized. sharyl: this high-ranking obama general was dismissed for speaking openly about defeating islamic jihadists. but general michael flynn still has a lot to say about how we can win the war. gen. flynn: we have to first clearly define the enemy.

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