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>> gary: [laughing] we'll watch it on tv. >> brad: if we don't do it, we'll watch it together. that's good. one step back. tua waits the very last second before he takes a knee. coming up when our game is over which it almost is, stay tuned for the cbs sports post-game show powered by ram. zuck, rick, b.j., including oklahoma if they can come back to k-state. the vols go to 3-4. 0-4 in the conference. alabama alone on top in the west at 8-0 and 5-0. >> gary: i'm sure the stories will start now until at least monday or tuesday, will tennessee decide that it's time to make a decision decision with butch jones? or will they decide let's give him the rest of the year? >> brad: they knew coming in they were heavy underdogs and
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their coach is on a hot seat. i think they played as hard as they could. they just don't have what alabama has -- a really good football team -- the number one football team in the country. 45-7 is the final. 22 straight conference wins for the tide. nick saban goes to 11-0 against tennessee. that matches bear bryant. jalen hurts only had to play about a half. talking coholloway on the sideline, the guy that preceded him in the style he has as a quarterback. the play of the game presented by napa auto parts. very seldom do we have an opportunity to play the game to have a back-up quarterback our play of the game.
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tua for the touchdown. >> brad: here is the call from eli. >> 56 the throw. keeps it. 20, 15, cuts right, 10, forward, five, dives in, touchdown alabama. >> brad: eli's calls always are gold and his team is rolling along to 8-0. number one they are. number one they will stay. all alabama today. the only score on the board for tennessee by their defense, and jalen hurts over to talk to his opposition quarterback from tennessee. a tough day for the tennessee quarterback. great day for both quarterbacks. for alabama today. scarbrough. harris. too much of everything. for the tide, they win it 45-7. for gary danielson and allie laforce, brad nessler saying so long from tuscaloosa, "college football post game show powered by ram" is up after these
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>> adam: coming up on the college football post game show powered by ram how oklahoma state escaped with an overtime win in boston. right after this message.
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closed captioning provided by cbs sports division >> adam: welcome to "the college football post-game show powered by ram," i'm adam zucker. tonight on cbs begins with "ncis" plus back-to-back editions of "48 hours" tonight, only cbs. in the game you just saw, alabama rolled tennessee 45-7 holding the vols to 108 total yards, some of the back-ups having a starring role for the tide in the second half, tide remaining undefeated. moments ago allie laforce with nick saban. >> allie: what's your psychological disposition? >> we played a lot better in the second half. they intercepted a pass and ran it 100 yards for a touchdown but i thought tua played well and we
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played more like alabama football in the second half. >> allie: how bresd were you with tua's offense? >> jalen played well and so did tua. good experience for him. >> allie: whatlet be the work for the week off? >> get rested up and healed and get guys to improve so we have more depth on our team and have more gays contribute. >> allie: congratulations, coach. >> thank you. >> adam: rick neuheisel and brian jones alongside. there was a laugh between the two of them about his psychological disposition. any concern that nick saban has been the biggest challenge to the alabama players or the guys they face in practice have been that biggest challenge? >> rick: my feeling, brian, i'm anxious to hear what you think, they play alabama every week in practice. i don't know how you playa i more complete team than anybody. i don't remember seeing a more complete team. maybe pete carroll's u.s.c. team. maybe the miami team in the
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early 2000's but this team is absolutely top to bottom -- >> brian: when you amass that amount of talentings five-star after five-star, that creates a competitive environment in practice. the games come easy after enduring that. >> adam: we'll see if this catches up at some point, in the meantime the big story is butch jones, and we're waiting to see maybe what the outcome of this one would be but is this the nail in the coffin? >> rick: i have never been a proponent of making changes midseason. we teach our players to finish. you want the coaches to finish. john curry, athletic director at tennessee has to make determination is it good or bad for business to keep butch in play? >> brian: it's all over except for the crying. this is the deal. you had five years to build this program. it's trending in the wrong direction. it's over. >> adam: guys are trying their hearts out but not the same guys as on the other side of the line. oklahoma tied with the tide for the longest road winning streak
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in the country and baker mayfield had to shake off turnovers including here. >> rick: trying to get it to c.d. lamm, taken away by goolsby, taking over for ertz. it's baker, baker, the touchdown maker, scrambling, heading for the pylon, a one-point game. >> adam: baker is the make. >> adam: washg is the make >> adam: baker is the maker. -- >> brian: j.t. with the score for the cowboys and then ehlinger mr. everything for this offense, leading rusher and leading passer but what are you thinking? in overtime, o.k. state 13-10. what were you thinking? throw it away, throw it away. >> adam: fifth straight win for the cowboys at texas. mark richt in miami trying to stay undefeated and the
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challenge for syracuse. built the lead off eric dungey's turnovers. >> rick: christopher hernan on the receiving end. jeff thomas finishing the job. miami scored late. 27-19 now with 1:38 left. >> adam: syracuse with the ball. there have been a lot of field goals in the game. michigan state trying to stay perfect in conference play. down 9-3. >> brian: indiana playing well. took michigan to overtime. it's about l.g. scott, he's driving into the zpd. >> adam: that's how you fitzpatrick the drive. this is how you finish the game. get after peyton ramsey. >> brian: helped them to the come-back last weekend. >> adam: another one-loss team surviving there. u.c.f. trying to stay perfect on the year and zack abey, the navy star quarterback leading the game with a head and neck injury, does not return and one of the great rushers in the
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country. they had to try to do it without him, rick. >> rick: anthony gardulo runs, kept the margin narrow. a nice win. >> adam: first of 6-0 start in their history. use it to stay this fresh all day.ray. and this is axe dry spray. use it to stay dry for 48 hours. why are you touching your armpit? i was just checking to see if it was dry. don't. that's weird.
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one. >> rick: beware of starkvegas. >> adam: took a knee against syracuse. we thank you for watching the college football post-game show powered by ram. here is a look at what's coming up tonight on cbs. and a reminder. nfl coverage on cbs kicks off tomorrow at noon eastern with "the nfl today" in its 50th season. then it's double header action. most will see the panthers and bears followed bite bengals and steelers and then get next weekend started with thursday night football on cbs and nfl network. have a good evening and enjoy the rest of your weekend. closed captioning provided by cbs sports division
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>> ♪ >> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia, this is cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> violent protests broke out today just blocks away from the philadelphia convention center where attorney general jeff sessions spoke about violent crime. what turned the march into a melee. plus, a three-year-old is shot in the head in north
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philadelphia. what we're now learning from police about this incident. and more on the child shot in just a moment everyone, but first we are also following breaking news at this hour. the search is on for a gunman who opened fire on a basketball court in chester, delaware county. at least four people suffered wounds to the lower part of their body. the story is unfolding now on the 1200 block of carla's lane. police say the gunman fired from an elevated position just before 6 o'clock this evening. right now no word on the victim's conditions yet or what led to this shooting but of course we are gathering more information from that scene. we'll have more on this breaking story throughout the evening. and now good evening you to everyone, i'm natasha brown. the tragedy is unfolding in philadelphia's tioga neighborhood where that little boy was shot earlier today. let's get right out now to "eyewitness news" reporter alycia nieves live on the scene with the latest on this incident. alycia. >> reporter: well, natasha, authorities are telling us they are still trying to piece together exactly what happened
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here but at this point police do believe the three-year-old boy was shot in the head by his six-year-old brother. now, just behind me in the home you can see there is an officer here. that officer is securing this house. we're told waiting for detectives to come here with a warrant to search the home. police on scene have told us this sad situation happened around 3:00 this afternoon inside the home again along north 18th street and near west erie avenue. the three-year-old, his six-year-old brother and another 12-year-old brother we are told by police were alone inside the home. now, authorities do not know at this time where the parents were and how the boys got ahold of a handgun in the home, only that at some point after 3 o'clock the gun went off in an upstairs bedroom. a single shot was fired. again authorities believe by the six-year-old and it hit the three-year-old in the left side of his forehead. it's unclear who called police just that when an officer arrived at the home the youngest boy we're told by police was rushed to temple hospital by an officer.
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he is in critical condition. this community we're told by many people they are praying for the three-year-old. everyone here is saddened some are outraged even especially on how the six-year-old had access to handgun. >> they shouldn't have had access, no way. if they -- when they left they should have took it with them. it's unbelievable and it's unacceptable. >> reporter: and again, the three-year-old is in critical condition. as far as his brother we are told by police they are with the detectives. authorities also say they were able to get ahold of the parents. those parents are also speaking with detectives right now. reporting live in the tioga section of the city, alycia nieves, cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> alycia thank you so much. we're following a developing story out of darby delaware county tonight police say a man wanted for a double stabbing in maryland barricaded himself inside a relative's home on summit avenue for about four hours. police say they used negotiators and 13 tear gas to
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get him out and succeed around 6 o'clock. the man is suspected of stabbing his wife and three-year-old son in hartford county, maryland and is awaiting extradition now on attempted murder charges. at least two philadelphia police officers suffered injuries meantime during a police protest in center city philadelphia today. hundreds demonstrated as the international association of chiefs of police met inside the convention center. "eyewitness news" reporter henry rosoff was there. >> reporter: cell phone video shows a scuffle between police and protesters near the frank rizzo statue. it happened a few blocks from the convention center which was hosting a meeting of the major cities chiefs association. police confirm at least two officers suffered minor injuries and several arrests were made. hours before the violence there was a march that made its way through the streets of center city. that crowd called for all law enforcement to be abolished. several onlookers even those who have some problems with police thought the message was a little extreme.
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>> if something happens we need order and police so to me i say they shouldn't have abolish police but they should work together. >> reporter: meanwhile, inside the conference the headliner attorney general jeff sessions wasted little time discussing an increase in violent crime based on the most recent fbi data. >> it's a troubling trend. >> reporter: sessions promised the federal government would help get things back on track. >> our goal is to make every community safer especially the most vulnerable. >> reporter: the offer of assistance was not well received by local leaders in philadelphia. >> wants to lay crime at the feet of immigrants that's pretty bad. >> reporter: the sessions led justice department has threatened to pull federal funding for local police in sanctuary cities like philly which limit cooperation with immigration officials. >> i think that's very counterproductive in terms of bringing people together. >> reporter: in philadelphia, henry rosoff, cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> well, sessions said today that the justice department will award $100 million in grants in the coming months to
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state and local law enforcement agencies for the hiring of more police officers. as for the injured officers we're told those injuries were minor today and both officers are expected to be okay. a teenager is fighting for his life following a shooting in east mount airy. police say a gunman shot the 16-year-old in the neck. it happened on the 7700 block of cedarbrook avenue last night. no word on what led to the shooting. police do tell "eyewitness news" the teenager is in critical condition at einstein medical center. so far no arrests have been made. a motorcycle crash on southbound 95 leaves one person injured in south philadelphia. that crash happened just past the walt whitman bridge exit around midnight. the driver was rushed to hahnemann hospital. there's no word on his condition or what caused this crash. funeral service was held today for one of the four u.s. soldiers killed in the african nation of niger. it comes as the fbi joins this investigation into their deaths.
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cbs news correspondent roxana saberi has more. >> reporter: friends, family and fellow soldiers honored sergeant la david johnson as he was laid to rest in his home state of florida on saturday. his pregnant widow myisah said goodbye one final time. questions are growing over how 25-year-old johnson and three other u.s. service members died in an attack in niger on october 4th. also why johnson's body was found almost a mile from the ambush site and how he became separated from his comrades. and it's unclear why his patrol had not expected enemy contact in a part of the country where this un map shows 46 attacks took place over the last 20 months. on friday, defense secretary james mattis spoke to reporters after meeting with senator john mccain who has called for more details about the attack. >> we can do better at communication. we can always improve on communication. and that's exactly what we'll do. >> reporter: president
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trump's efforts to console johnson's widow launched a war of words with florida congresswoman frederica wilson. >> he never called him a hero. >> i called many people and i would think that every one of them appreciated it. >> reporter: in an interview set to air sunday, the president insisted he said nothing wrong. roxana saberi for cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> well, secretary of state rex tillerson is in saudia arabia tonight. it is the first stop on his week long tour of the middle east and south asia. in saudia arabia tillerson will attempt to seal a new alliance between the saudis and iraq. u.s. officials see it as key. president trump's former chief strategist steve bannon delivers a blistering attack on former president george w. bush. bannon responded to mr. trump's criticism of president trump -- mr. bush's criticism that is of president
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trump, america first agenda. >> there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> it's clear he didn't understand anything he was talking about. he equates the industrial revolution the agricultural revolution globalization he has no earthly idea whether he's coming and going just like it was when he was president of the united states. >> reporter: well, bush never mentioned president trump by name but thursday's speech in new york was a.m. clear rebuke of his presidency. >> discontent depend and sharp pend partisan conflicts. bigotry seems emboldened. our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication. >> mr. bush advocated for a global foreign policy and was pro-immigration during his time as president. stay with us everyone. still ahead on "eyewitness news" tonight a local boxer is spending his weekend giving back to his community. >> never give up on your
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