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first down and 10. the >> verne: sony michel gets the handoff but apparently mark richt is going to stay with faton bauta. he told allie, told us yesterday "i'm going to use more than one quarterback." he hasn't. rushing in the last two meetings. there is greyson lambert. started every game. after transferring from virginia where he lost thing quarterback but used that rule about graduates -- he graduated in anthropology last summer. >> gary: i don't know why sony michel is running this ball now. the game is basically over. i would put brendan douglas in there at this point, try to get
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wouldn't want to get him hurt. >> verne: tipped incomplete. mark richt in his 15th year as head coach, a remarkable record but has had problems in games of some magnitude. he knows >> gary: these big games, rivalry games, you've got to win. there are no excuses. you've got to do the press conferences afterward but what can you say? "they blocked better than us. they tackled burns. they had a good game plan. we didn't hit the guys. some plays. we didn't do it." westbrook basically, georgia >> basically, georgia deserved to lose the football game. >> verne: you talked about the pressure that comes with expectations. does the pressure increase after this game is over?
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these programs in the s.e.c. there are about six of them where if you don't play for the s.e.c. championship it's i long off-season so i would say that's probably yes. >> verne: third down, eight. it's intercepted. that's four. this one from jared davis. >> gary: trying to dump the ball to brendan douglas that time and douglas cannot handle an easy pitch and catch, might have been six inches too wide but in this game, every ball that's a little wide or a little high goes to
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the gators. >> verne: last time they scored less than 10, go back to 1969. they did beat missouri two weeks ago. 9-6. first time in 20 years they had a victory without scoring a touchdown. that was against kentucky in 1995. the offensive woes for georgia continue. bauta 15 of 33. 1 foor. the big number on that graphic is on the right-hand side. four interceptions. bauta -- mentioned he was born and raised in brooklyn. his parents are albanian immigrants and the family moved to west palm beach, florida when he was a junior in high school. >> gary: i feel for you, you get the opportunity in a big game and it just doesn't work. it's tough to swallow.
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it doesn't work out. >> verne: scarlett. let's go back and spend a moment or two with adam zucker. >> adam: here i am again, verne, iowa rolling to 8-0 today, desmond king with his seventh interception on the year, this one he takes 88 yards the other way. who is going to beat iowa? their remaining opponents have a combined conference record of 3-13. >> verne: adam, i didn't see that coming back in a. third down and two. scarlett. >> gary: god job to give scarlett opportunities to run the ball. i think mcelwain understands that for georgia to win the championship you're going to
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taylor is pretty much a known commodity. you've got to get the young freshman ready and confident and having play callers confident that he can call any play in the playbook. >> verne: that's a first down, 10. 3:20 to go in this game. >> gary: just went over 400 yards in offense. first time in conference play. >> verne: working the clock. clock. here is scarlett once again. austin hardin has been the placekicker. started as the starter this year. we thought he might not be able to play today, and earlier in the week this tweet went out.
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last week, i beg your pardon. initially we were told 215 or so showed up and then jim mcelwain talked to the hopefuls. they had to go through a try-out process. here is the guy who won it. neil macinnes. austin hardin was able to go but macinnes, an amazing story. allie. >> allie: macinness has been in soccer, track and field, even marching band. i talked to his father as they were driving to the game and he said it's like a visa commercial, $240 on ticket, 74 for parking, 175 on gator apparel by seeing my son play in the florida-georgia game -- that's priceless. he has a great sense of humor
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there even if he doesn't play. >> verne: jim mcelwain needs to let him kick a field goal or extra point. to round out the story. >> gary: that's a good idea. >> verne: but there may not be time. >> gary: they should be able to take a knee and finish this game off. how about this gator team. they're one win against vandy from being in atlanta. no one -- >> verne: certainly none of us in this booth. >> gary: i make fun of everybody else but i'm no good at it either. a were they fourth and 14 away from losing to tennessee. >> verne: first down and 10 with a 24-point lead here, less than a minute to go. >> gary: interesting. >> verne: no knee.
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>> gary: i don't get that one. >> verne: mark herndon. >> gary: maybe they just wanted to get a run for a young player. there you go. so they didn't get a field goal for the guy but they got a run for someone else. >> verne: macinnes will be able to tell his kids, after he aspiration. >> gary: a picture of him in that gator uniform will be on the wall, when you lean back and he's drilling you're going to be able to see a picture of him in that gator uniform. >> verne: take away the pain of a root canal. >> gary: unless you're a georgia fan. >> verne: yes. >> gary: [laughing] >> verne: if he gets out of dental school and heads to atlanta. macinnes, an eagle scout, to round out the resume'.
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let's update the east standings. florida goes to 5-1 in the east. 7-1. georgia falls to 3-3. up next, for florida, vandy, at south carolina, florida atlantic in gainesville, and florida state in gainesville. >> gary: that would be interesting right before the s.e.c. championship. >> verne: it would. >> verne: treon harris. >> gary: i thought he would have to throw 20. he threw 19. >> verne: he had missed nine passes in succession. he finds freshman antonio callaway.
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let's listen to mick huber of the florida radio network. >> takes the snap. rolls to his left. near the sideline. looks to fire the ball downfield for callaway. he makes the catch and breaks the tackle and he's going to take it in for a touchdown -- oh, my, beautiful throw and catch and the gators score on a 66-yard touchdown pass play to antonio callaway. >> verne: antonio callaway has become a star in this, his first year at florida. >> gary: we've got great freshmen young receivers in this league but callaway does not have to take a back seat to anybody. >> verne: thanks to our guys in the truck led by craig silver and steve milton, our guys upstairs, chuck gardner, butch baird, dave moulton and the rest of our 70-plus-person staff. for gary danielson and allie
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>> cbs sports presents "the ram post game show." >> adam: welcome to "the ram post game show." i'm adam zucker. tonight on cbs begins with "supergirl" followed by back-to-back editions of "48 hours." tonight, only cbs. in the game you just saw, florida owning it in
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jacksonville by the final of 27-3. kelvin taylor with a couple touchdowns as we look at the s.e.c. east standings, florida two games up on everybody and they can clinch the s.e.c. east next week against vandy. moments ago allie laforce spoke with the man overseeing the rapid turnaround. gators head coach jim mcelwain. >> allie: you stood out on this field before your first florida-georgia game, you said, "wow, this is cool." how does it feel now? >> it's great especially when the other side started to empty out, i felt good about that but it was painful at times offensively but i tell you what, our defense played one heck of a ballgame and it was a let of fun to watch. >> allie: the s.e.c. east title. a trip to the s.e.c. championship. may have got a whole lot easier. is this a championship team? >> we'll find out after next game and the game after that but i know this, i'm just happy for all the gators out there, that this game means so much to, and
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this game means a ton to. let's enjoy this and we'll get ready to play vanderbilt who is playing really good on defense. >> allie: when you lost will grier, what is it about this team able to overcome adversity? >> it was maximum man up, it doesn't matter who is there, treon did really good things. extended some plays, made big plays for us and at the end of the day he's 2-0 in this game and that's a credit to him. >> allie: congratulations on the win, coach. >> thank you very much. >> adam: joined by rick neuheisel and brian jones. it's worked for florida but not georgia. how much was this was the gators and how much the dogs? >> steve: florida won the game. it was an outstanding job. treon harris, you heard coach mcelwain say he did a good job extending plays and didn't get rattled when things weren't going his way but it's very difficult when you're a georgia fan it find hope in that ufs when it's a revolving door at quarterback. i understand you play who plays
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playing someone new no one gets better. >> brian: georgia faithful have no idea who they believe in. from week to week, play to play, quarter to quarter you don't know who is going to be under center and therefore the guys in the locker room have no faith in the offensive system. this is horrible. this is terrible. i don't know why mark richt's name is being considered for any job, his alma mater at the university of miami -- this is a terrible showing. you give florida credit but georgia should be worried. this was putrid. it was disappointing. they are a terrible football team. interceptions. never saw greyson lambert. brice ramsey for a minute. >> brian: nine quarters without scoring a touchdown. that's bad. >> steve: how do you really feel? >> brian: i've got a lot more. >> adam: starting with ole miss. redemption for laquon treadwell, rick. >> steve: what a day for laquon treadwell, this was the game he
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was injured a year ago, seven catches, a 21-yard touchdown, threw a pass for 21 yards. >> adam: the win against the team that he got hurt against last year when it was a top-five meeting. we'll see treadwell and the rebels against arkansas on cbs, first part of our double header next week. b.j., a&m got offense from kyler murray. >> brian: first career start for the texas a&m aggies and they're used to throwing pick six. they benefit from one. donovan wilson. 60 yards for the touchdown. south carolina goes down. >> adam: murray 156 on the ground, 223 passing a man who has never lost a start since high school. arkansas -- 63-28 right now over u.t. martin. alex collins with five touchdowns on the ground. they'll be seeing them next week. clemson and n.c. state. it was close for a little while.
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>> steve: quarterback deshaun watson throws one of five touchdown passes on the day, clemson takes body blow after body blow but ends up securing victory. >> adam: the big one next week against florida state. iowa cruising along, b.j. >> brian: yes, they are, trying to become 8-0 and they do exactly that. he likes throwing picks. he had five turnovers last week. three picks in that ballgame versus penn state. his seventh interception on the season. >> steve: jim thorpe award winner. >> brian: crown him. >> adam: rolling to 8-0. one rush touchdown allowed all year. their remaining conference opponents a combined record of 3-13. we'll see what the committee has to say on tuesday. rick, oklahoma state was down early but so what. >> steve: we called it a trap game but they realized that texas tech struggles against the run.
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run. james washington takes it here 75 yards for a touchdown. the poor pokes cannot tackle somebody when they've got it under their arm. >> adam: cowboys trying to get their seventh straight against texas tech. the players we're a sticker of a kneeling cowboy on their helmets to honor the victims of last week's homecoming crash. coming up we'll show you how
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next saturday. >> adam: keenan reynolds. >> brian: most career rushing touchdowns in f.b.s. history. >> adam: both of them in the fourth quarter. that one on fourth and goal. he will look to break the record next week against memphis. b.j., doubling down -- the sooners in the air. this time against kansas. >> brian: baker mayfield finds shepard. 174 yards in the first half alone for mr. shepard.
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perine. rick, florida state down a couple stars. didn't matter. >> steve: no dalwin cook, no everett golson, no problem. 19-yard touchdown pass to travis rudolph. rudolph 191 yards receiving. >> adam: just five receptions. three of them for touchdowns. as the noles get set for the meeting with clemson next week. b.j., it was a so-so day for ucla. >> brian: they still got it done. ucla would hang onto the lead from there. >> adam: they survive, 35-31 the final. it was a good day for some, a bad day for others. our halloween emoticon accolades. >> adam: nebraska, five total
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turnovers and they have six losses before november for the first time ever. that gets the scary cape. what's coming up tonight, rick, as you unwrap candy and sit back for more. >> steve: the american team. temple. they get a chance to take on apollo creed of college football. >> brian: a much closer game. temple will come to play and notre dame will win. >> adam: what about late night -- the pirates at the paloose. >> steve: they can throw the ball with anybody but the problem is stanford can play keepaway better than anybody. probably 40 minutes of possession time tonight. >> brian: 72% completion percentage will go down tonight. >> adam: sometimes 400 yards, sometimes 500 yards, stanford is in for a test. that will about do it for this week. a look at what's coming up
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didn't take credit for. because i don't care about the credit as much as i care about the art itself and just making sure it comes out right. >> "e.t." onset in 19 the 5 asthma rya got her first directing credit for "fantasy". >> it is not like whoa i want to director woman. to get the results i want. >> now she is directing and starring in a christmas melody for hallmark channel december 19th and almost seems star struck over her co-star lacy chabert in her favorite movie. >> how much did you like lacy? >> she is the best. we wore pink on wednesday. >> on wednesdays, we wear pink. >> i wab was obsessed with "mean girls."
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>> i'm genuinely a fan. and to meet someone and see they are such a kind and lovely person, that's a treat. >> i saw your two beautiful kids running around, climbing all over their mommy. >> yeah. i think they are causing a little bit of havoc on the set. i'm trying -- they are only four. when they are that young, they ask you these questions, like, why is your hair wet. like something so basic. like, you know, they don't knee yet. like i love when they come to visit me onset but i get concerned as to what they will say because they have no filter and they will say anything. hear is mariah gushing about her kids. she is talking about rock and roller going to aspen where they wait for santa claus. >> we see this couple, george clooney and amall, everywhere. this week they were at the of crisis and speaking of
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here is what is coming up right here for us. >> sexiest -- >> like a club promotor? time on "e.t.." >> i like the part where my mom, she swallows a bug. . >> on the way here and next week get ready for more special coverage commemorating our 35th memory celebration. flashing back to the biggest stories ever covered.
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wt d..ketogss >> i want to ask mostly, but you know, i just think that i go too. >> oh, that's exactly what i call her. >> how cute is she he? that is drew barrymore and her "miss you already" co-star, tony collette, cooing over drew's first interview at age 7. reminding drew of her daughter, olive.
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>> i'm freaking out. i feel like i'm seeing my daughter, olive. we look a lot alike. >> lock at the weird precocious expression. >> wow. >> can i get a copy of that? >> yes. >> we get that a lot. and we did give drew a copy, by wait. welcome to entertainment tonight. celebrating our 35th anniversary this sea don. we have drew and many of the countless celebrities we have interu viewed over the years it walk down memory lane. see what happens when they relive their very first time on "e.t.." some of the reactions, let me tell you, priceless. >> you have to see this. >> flash book footage of little kate made her so emotional she today watch it twice. >> had you seen the movie before. >>. >> sort of. >> that is so crazy. >> just eight with mom goldy and brother, oliver, at the "overboard" premier.
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swallows a bug. >> happy birthday, "e.t.." thank you for that. >> tonight, again stefany struts in designer duds. >> i make a lot of my own clothes. but a lot doesn't turn out. i didn't even hem it. orca oh oh, a baby muffin. i'm literally wearing a pair of pants that don't fit. oh, i will just wear them unbuttoned. no big deal. i'm the same person, crazy. >> brad cooper had that same bleach blonde look in "alias." >> like nothing i've seen on television. hot, sexy, pumping, incredible. >> is this guy like a club promotor? >> oh, my god. >> hold on. let me just qualify. let me just qualify this. my hair. and i still remember that. >> 35-year-old jessica simpson just 19 for her "e.t." debut.
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hitting number one on the billboard charts for the first time. >> so surreal. and i'm so busy that sometimes you don't have time to appreciate it. we're all living la vida loca. >> i think that is living the life or living the party, or something. i'm livin' it. >> chris o'donnell couldn't bear looking at his 19-year-old self. >> can't wait to see what this kid looks like. i enjoy coming out here and i think is exciting. look at this. you get that chicago accent? i can't watch this. sorry. you're killing me. >> you can tell christie brinkley's first time is in the 80s. big hair, big shoulder pads. >> and also, the modeling takes me to, you know, paris one day. japan the next day. >> i look like tom cruise. risky business. >> look how cute you are, though. >> earrings. >> no, i like that --
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>> hugh jackman wasn't that well known in 2 thu001 and today explain who he was going through canadian customs, going to an x man audition. >> what are you doing? >> auditioning for wolf reason. >> wolverine? sign this for me. where is that passport? sign this. >> i said, i'm only on audition. you're going to jinx it. so what. >> and first "e.t." memory, promoting "princess bride." >> i like the color blue. >> so i don't know what to say, so yeah, have a good day. for some reason i wore turquoise shirt and pit stains were out of control. >> na na na na >> not bad, kevin. back in '85 while promoting american flyers. today he has advice for his
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30-year-old self. >> i've been lucky in the films i've done. everybody believed in releasal. >> don't go into this business. it will break your heart. a hundred times. >> i just don't get tired of that. always amazing it see it. now we didn't just get stars it look back. look who else is walking down memory lane. >> i'm mary hart. >> hello, i'm mary hart. >> nearly 30 years of "e.t." memories. >> i would like to watch. >> secrets about the stars who moved her and our special surprise. >> we actually have somebody here who would like it say hello, i do believe. >> oh, really? >> yes. >> that's ahead. birthdays wish star has no regrets about posing in playboy. or what if there was another way to look at relapsing multiple sclerosis? this is tecfidera. tecfidera is not an injection.
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or dental procedures. i accept i don't have to set records. but i'm still going for my personal best. and for eliquis. reduced risk of stroke plus less major bleeding. ask your doctor if switching to eliquis is right for you. 35 years of breaking entertainment news. >> generationes have grown up with this as their source of information. >> 35 years of making entertainment news. 35 years of making history. >> i'm mary hart for entertainment tonight. >> her voice so synonymous with "e.t.." as we celebrate our 35th anniversary this season, we can't talk about entertainment tonight without mentioning host mary hart. i feel so lucky to have had the chance to work with her. she is so incredible. such a great woman. "e.t." started in 1981. and the following year, mary
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made her debut. now more than three decades later, mary came back to our set to sit down with nancy o'dell and relive her tenure creating the gold standard in entertainment news. >> we are on the red carpet as oscar turns 81. hi, everybody, i'm mary hart. here we good, oscars and "e.t.." >> you go rehearse and i'll see you later. bye. >> 1964 when we first met. >> chestnuts roasting on an open fire >> you're hired. >> you're fired. >> by that's a big ring you're wearing. >> as much as we have ever talked about. >> meeting a handsome dude -- >> the perfect fairy tale happening before our eyes here. >> nobody does it better than you. >> biggest compliment i've heard over and over is mary, i feel like you're part of my family at dinner time.
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>> wow. >> getting teary-eyed. >> you know, it is fun it look back on all of those fun interviews. great experiences. great locations. >> you feel like it was yesterday when you watch it? >> a lot of it does. well, not the first couple. hello, i'm mary hart. right out of teaching school. >> michael jackson, what was that like? >> extraordinary. >> and he seemed to me, back stage, so nervous. and so frail. and so quiet. i thought, how can he turn into michael jackson. >> who would you say, out of everyone you have interviewed, touched whatyour heart the most? >> it was certainly those people who came us to as a she and me specifically to reveal some heart breaking news.
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cello. or it was richard pryor, who prior to that was one of the planet. christopher reeves, no more more courageous and battled so fiercely and believed he could overturn that paralysis. >> i thought i could walk. >> out of everybody that you interviewed, that you would get a little star struck. >> for me. it was the movie stars i had grown up watching. >> mm-hm. >> when i interviewed the one and only time i interviewed lucille ball. >> what do you feel is significant? >> the significance of the emmy? the epitepitome. the emmy is the crowning glory.
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from london to cannes. >> the is the most interesting way it interview i have ever experienced. >> it is multitasking. both of us are getting to the film festival where normally we would have to do press. >> are you still -- no. i didn't think they've been insure ferd a long time. >> they were insured for $1 million each. >> they said we have to be more news looking. they built a wooden desk. producers put us behind a wooden this mail. i never dreamed anybody would on. most? >> i miss more than anything, i think the camaraderie. births, death. >> speaking of that, a very special birth you wasn't through. your son, aj. >> the best christmas present in
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meet baby sugarman. he doesn't have a name yet. and he is just so much fun. >> how adorable. >> oh i can't believe he is almost 24 now. >> let's talk about life now. i know you've been very busy. >> life is just so full. i continued my work with children ahospital. i'm on a couple of other boards. on the board after start-up in, believe it or not, up in silicon valley. so life is good. but i have had the wonderful opportunity to make appearances on the sitcom called baby dad. >> i know he it. >> who is the tall glass of wow? >> so good to have you. we have somebody here who would like it say hello, i do believe. >> really? >> yeah. little surprise surprise. >> so good to see you. >> hello everybody and welcome to entertainment tonight. i'm mary hart. >> star of home and family.
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>> look what i got to work with right here. so blessed. >> isn't he? he is really blessed. >> maybe, i know it. >> what is it like working with this wonderful lady here? >> oh, please, how much time do we have? >> on camera, so it will be nice. turn it off and you will hear the real thing, you know. >> not true. a joy, pleasure, just elevated my culture. >> oh, that sneaky. he used to crack me up when we were onset when the cameras weren't rolling. so nice to see him and great to
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hollywood career and getting publicity worked out. that jenny mccarthy, celebrating 43 this weekend p. bobbi kristina's aunt, pat houston, talks about her niece's tragic death. >> she was like my baby. >> the intervention that could have saved her life. >> i did everything remotely possible. it just came a little too late. >> windy irwin takes time-out from dancing to give back. inside her hospital visit with sick children. >> you just have to try. >> that's monday. >> that is about all of the time we have this weekend p. for more news, dwgo to etonline.com. >> we miss you here. safe travels. >> thanks. >> we will leave you with that video that broke the internet. almost anyway. adele with her first song in three years. "hello." off her album 25 out november 20th.
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