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(heart beat) ? (water splashing) (rain drops) (engine revving) (tires on wet road) ? >> mike: if you're a fan of the spartans, you're thinking december 5th would be nice. when they had a big ten championship over iowa. 22-play, 9-minute drive. they don't need all that. they need to keep the clock and
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out of the ground. that guy, l.j. scott. and scott has about four yards, on first down. isaac rochell the tackle. 5:44 on that clock. >> doug: we talked about in commercial break. a fullback in the flat. make it look like the same play you just ran. looks like it's and release that fullback and make a nice safe pass play out of it. >> mike: the spartans bring in terry in at quarterback. they will send tyler o'connor out to a receiver spot. terry, more of a runner. and he will do the designed run here. 5:07 to go. it's about to get loud. >> doug: there's no deception here. you see number 6 in the ball game. it's a run.
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staying lateral. rochell, chasing it down from the backside. puts a tough third down situation now. so much more difficult, to throw the ball, and convert on third and five, than a second down, play-action. >> mike: to get to the o'connor throws. no. notre dame will get the ball back. >> doug: a defense that could not get off the field, in the entire second and third quarter, all of a sudden, with back-t back-to-backstops. >> mike: michigan state went into protect made. and sometimes it's hard to put that new disc back in and
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playing softer. tyler got his confidence rolling. >> mike: hartbarger is now with space. he just did. from the 23. sanders. hemmed in. and brought down, right around the 30 yard line. 4:18 to go. kizer coming out on the field. let's look at the last drive, doug. >> doug: when they needed it, kizer was pump faking. wanted it down the get answer interference call. 50/50 down the field. the key to this drive, is offensive line play. kizer was not this clean, early in the game. he was getting hit on every throw. now, he is standing cleanly. throwing the ball. delivering. and the offensive line has picked up their game. kizer, with a double-move to the tight end. stick nod down the middle of the field, threw a touchdown to his big tight end.
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the cotton bowl against houston. can the irish get back to force overtime here? kizer, trying to throw it underneath. and too hard behind, as his intended receiver, c.j. sanders, was blanketed. >> doug: it's a four-man rush, to allow kizer to deliver the ball. there, he went through progression and got hit as he threw. but in general, auc >> mike: folston is the back for this key drive, he helped try to block malik mcdowell. and that pass is complete. caught by equanimeous st. brown. fourth catch of the night for st. brown. >> doug: kizer stood tall on the back foot and delivered. third down converses, look for a kizer run. >> mike: so often, that first first down of the drive, the
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pressure is on. kizer, surveys. trying to take off. can't get away. brought down. williams, the redshirt freshman from chicago. biggest defensive play so far. forty and seven. 3:37 to go. going to take time-out here to make the decision. >> doug: there wasn't a lot there. i was looking downfield for a route. lo if kizer thought to talk off, he might have had a crease. but things closed up quickly. the coverage today looked solid. right off the line, maybe c.j. sanders has it quick. other than that, it was good conch on that play. >> mike: the spartan before the snap. chris frye went back to the middle of the field safety. they did a good job of keeping everything covered.
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time-outs left. 3:37. do you trust your defense enough to punt it away and hope you get the ball back? that's what ryan kelly is going to do, knowing a couple of first downs and you don't get back on the field. >> doug: if i'm kizer, i'm lobbying to go for it. i'm feeling good right now. we've been moving the football. an i don't trust anybody's defense anyway. >> mike: said by a quarterback. tyler newsome will come on to kick it away. great kick. newsome does his job to make it a lock field, with 3:30 remaining. >> doug: i'm not saying it's the best percentage move. but offensively, michigan state has gone a little conservative. and tyler o'connor, a couple of series ago, on the rollout.
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trigger, trying to run for it and got a tack. on the last drive, he might the able to stick that completion in for the first down. but a defensive back was breaking on the ball. he threw it low and away and played it safe. he played it a little too safe the last couple possessions and they end up three and out. >> mike: scott will be the running back for this drive. 3:30 left. notre dame two time-outs. to use. >> doug: three offensive linemen to the left side. >> mike: starting to look that way. gain a yard of two. second down, coming up. >> doug: you feel the kickout
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tighter. and bunching people up. it's not gashing for seven or eight. it's a push for two or three. >> mike: that is difference. and the defense was on the ropes a lot. basing the third quarter onslaught, as michigan state scored 31. second and eight, leading all the play clock. and scott has to get to the outside. can he get there? no. a good job on the edge. and avery sebastian, who good job in the second half, as notre dame uses its second time-out, with 2:36 to go in regulations. >> doug: what a job by onwualu. he closes this down. he is coming from the left side of the screen. takes a shoulder and keeps it tight inside. when scott tries to bounce it, he still has leverage and comes out, makes a play. great job on taking on a fullback block. and then, what bill belichick would say, setting the edge to
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onwualu kept a free arm on the outside. >> mike: he was a wide receiver. bounced around and found his way on this side of the ball with a capta captain. >> doug: when that's happening, you're not expecting a guy that is going to become a captain of your football team. a big part of this team and a starter. and there, a huge play on second down. creating another third down opportunity. >> mike: he said i wanted to be the hammer, not the nail. he moved over to defense. and now, they find a way to make a play here. or it may be a case for the irish, in terms of the comeback. third and seven. the spartans need to get to the
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will fire. wide-open at the 35 yard line for the first down. donnie corley jr. huge first down gain of 28 for michigan state. >> doug: cole luke is playing the top third of the field. he gets his eyes inside. the seam route. and all of a sudden, leaves his man. and the ball thrown outside. >> mike: those are the basics that hurt him in the game at texas. basic coverage busts. 2:04. michigan state close to closing this out. and kelly will use the final time-out he has. and maybe a couple of seconds
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earlier. brian kelly, disbelief in what happened in his secondary. v van grodin's defense in coverage. >> doug: it wouldn't have been thrown if he were sitting in it a at third. he was trying to make a play by eyeing a guy coming up the seam. thinking he might be able to break on a ball, and started drifting, left his responsibility. big conversion for michigan state. >> mike: 1:57 left, out of time-outs. you're almost in a scenario where the best michigan state runs the ball twice, the best you can do is probably get the ball back with a half minute
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you see the schedule. notre dame will play duke here. the bigger picture of this comeback that might fall a drive start, as kelly tries to get the answers from his defensive coordinator. notre dame is going to lose two of the first three. and you can recover from an early loss to get back in the playoff picture. you can recover from early loss, especially when you're in a conference. the stated goal of being part of a college football playoffs, like the spartans were last , unless they can make something special happen. second and five for msu. holmes is stopped. spartans snap it with 1:10 left for third down. the spartans next week, play wisconsin.
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to indiana, to maryland, to illinois. they get the wolverines and the buckeyes coming to their place. wisconsin is ranked number nine. but they had one with georgia state earlier today. >> doug: iowa wasn't too happy, talking big ten. >> mike: losing to north carolina state, the bison. spartans get this one, they close it out. r.j. shelton on the down to the 25 yard line. and the spartans go back winners here tonight. >> doug: this has been the play that's killed notre dame all night long. shelton, running tough. holding the offensive line. getting on the corner. big guys on little guys. getting outside. broken tackle. once he got to the secondary,
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that's the only hope defensively. he can take that all the way to the end zone and be down two scores. >> mike: i'm thinking that shelton can go down there. and michigan state will come in here, 500 total yards of offense. they lose one here on the kneeldown. how about tyler o'connor. you have started two -- get that ball back, tyler. absolutely. i hope they give it to you because your two road starts at number two ohio state, as an ohio native. and you won as a kid who came here to south bend irish play. you're one game played at notre dame stadium, the second road start, you get a win, as well. nice story to tell for a fifth year senior. >> doug: phenomenal effort. phenomenal effort. ran with the ball. key completions. even towards the end of the game, he was conservative with the ball towards the end of the game. but it played out. he knew what kind of defense he has. he knew he could run the football at times.
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game. he runs the show with this offense. >> mike: he rubs a balanced offense tonight. >> kathryn: you let off a sigh of relief. describe what it is like coaching tonight. >> it was tight. great comeback by notre dame. i thought our guys played really well. but you know, filed it away at the end. a great run by r.j. shelton gets it in the interesting there at the end of the game. how did you manage to hold them off? >> deshone kizer, he started to hit his plays. went downfield a little bit. has great poise. you saw them do that against texas, as well. got a great football team. you know, they're never going to be out of the football game. that's the way it is. they did a great job coming back. >> kathryn: what does the win mean for the season? >> a big win. has v to get ready for wisconsin
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>> kathryn: mike? >> mike: thanks, kathryn. the winner in south bend. the players listen to the anthem. ? ? >> mike: with the joy that has been played the last seven games here, as notre dame sees a seven-game home winning streak snapped. and the spartans will enjoy their song and their trip back
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tonight. 36-28, our final score in south bend. brian kelly's press conference, available for you, coming up next, except on the west coast, your local news. packers/vikings on sunday night. and the irish next saturday, take on duke. nbcsn, the notre dame postgame show, with doug flutie, tappen, our great crew, mike tirico, good night from south bend. thanks for watching notre dame
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breaking news sun news channel 8. explosion in new york city. [siren] tonight, manhattan on alert. [siren] 25 people are hurt, the city is on the edge.
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i'm ron carter and thanks for joining us. now, breaking news. there is a news conference taking place by the nypd on the explosion in manhattan that started a few minutes ago. let's listen in. there is no specific evidence at this point. i want to say more broadly, there is no specific and credible threats against new york at this point in time. on any terror organization. as we analyze what happened, we are doing it against where there is no credible or specific threat at this moment. we do want to be very clear, early indications, this was an intentional act and we will have more to say in the coming hours as we have more detailed analysis. we believe this was an intentional act. i want to assure all new yorkers that nypd and all other agencies
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anti-terror capacity, in particular, is that full alert and our response command and other team units are all on alert and all are dealing with this situation and being vigilant all over the city, at this point in time. we have, in the city, the most advanced terror capacity of any city in this country and obviously, the largest police force of any city in the country, all ready our safety. i want to be clear, whatever the cause or the intention, new yorkers will not be intimidated and will not let anyone change who we are or how we go about our lives. we have the best police force in the country and a number of other key agencies, et cetera, they will ensure safety. we are, at this point, of course, tracing every lead and every potential.
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details of the investigation because it has just begun over the last few hours. i want to say up front we won't go into a lot of detail about what we find, so far, and the investigation. it will take more hours before we can give you more. we want to urge all new yorkers, anyone with information related to this incident or eye witnesses or anyone who has video, the nypd needs that. reach out immediately if use. call one-800-577-tips. call if you have any pertinent information. finally, a second site as we speak, it's being treated by the nypd, 27th street between sixth and seventh avenue as investigation is under way and there is a substantial nypd presence on that street and the street has been cleared as
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now, i turn it over to commissioner, james o'neill. >> thank you, mr. mayor. [siren] at approximately 8:30 this evening, officers from the tenth precinct [siren] were driving westbound on west 23rd street and they witnessed a large explosion in front of 135 west 23rd street. officers immediately called for additional units ambulances. the nypd bomb squad and the fbi joint terrorist task force were responding. as of this time, the exact cause of the explosion is not determined. the investigation into this incident is active and at this time, an extensive search is being conducted. the mayor spoke about the ongoing situation on 27th
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explosion site is being treated as a crime scene. as of this time, there is no evidence to indicate that this explosion is the result of any natural gas break or -- in the cause has not been determined. that's the most recent information, 29 entries and one of them may be considered serious. the commissioner will talk about that in a couple of minutes. the fire department is currently assessing the extent of any possible structural damage resulting from this explosion and further information, as it develops, we will provide it and give you updates. the units heard this, actually, from their locations and joined the nypd members on the scene to search the
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as commissioner o'neill said, there were 29 entries and one was considered serious. 24 of them were transported to area hospitals with various degrees of scrapes, abrasions, and glass and metal -- thankfully, none of these are life-threatening injuries and the 24 patients are not in serious condition, other than the one patient. commissioner. we will take your questions. >> [inaudible] >> too early to say specifically what the incident was caused by. we are telling you we believe it was intentional and a full investigation is under way. as soon as we are able to >> you are listening to mayor bill de blasio from new york and james o'neill, the nypd commissioner talking about explosion that happened in the chelsea neighborhood of new york city at about 8:40
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of this and you heard the mayor say it was an intentional act and he asks everyone in the area to be alert and be vigilant and urges all new yorkers and anyone to send in video or information they have about what may have caused all of this. we have an update for you that earlier tonight they said there were 25 injuries. we now know that there were 29 injuries and one of them considered serious. we will continue to follow the story for you throughout the night and will have to updates on our website at we can tell you investigators will look closely at whether this explosion in new york city is related to what happened earlier this morning in new jersey, a short distance away. authorities prevented what could've been a horrific attack at a marine corps charity run. a pipe bomb exploded shortly before thousands of runners were due to take their mark on
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evacuated and bomb-sniffing dogs were sent in. >> we never gave this a thought. i'm going to look in my garbage cans [laughter] under the house. there's so many places. >> the type of bomb used similar to the boston marathon where three people died and 260 were injured in 2013, the good news, all and there is going to be a lot of discussion about whether the situation in new jersey had any connection to the explosion in the chelsea area of new york. we are covering this completely and you can get this breaking story with an alert to your phone by downloading the news8 app. join us early tomorrow on news channel 8 for this updated story. people who live around mosaics new wales plant wonder how long it will be safe to drink the water. 8 on your side discovered 215 million gallons of slightly
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stack. news channel late tells us mosaic is assuring the resident the issue is being towards the residency issue is being addressed. many aren't buying a. >>reporter: a number of people who live in this area are not considered -- not convinced that the plans to remedy this issue are enough. when the sinkhole opened up on august 27, it sucked millions of gallons of contaminated water into the aquifer. why did it take weeks for the public to learn what happened? >> i'm very upset. you should have been 100% transparency. the minute there is a leak or a sinkhole, whatever the case may be, there needs to be community involvement and understanding so there can be transparency and it doesn't look like a cover-up. that is what it looks like. >>reporter: jessica and others took to the sidewalk in front


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