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and preparation for indiana. >> ian: offensive rebound and a layman. >> bill: down on the bottom. >> ian: juwan morgan is fouled from behind. >> bill: the hustle plays. most of them have gone to indiana. himself that he missed the free throws. indiana retains it and morgan, a 76% shooter is at the stripe. >> bill: the pieces fit for indiana. it's not like there is a buzz saw of overall talent but as a team they're magnificent contributors. >> ian: they won the big ten title in 2013. they lost their top four scorers from that team that included oladipo and zeller. tom crean has been able to get this team back to that high level.
game that's devastating. you've got to match it. the push. the willingness to spread and attack stretches your d. tough pass. >> ian: ferrell. the turnover. >> bill: he knows. a little giveaway. trimble a little frustrated. how smart is he? didn't go all the way -- actually picked it up, i think he was going to make a play for a cutting hoosier. >> i thought you were going to say "smarter than your average point guard." >> bill: that he is. that's not going out on a limb. >> ian: i'm like your "boo-boo." >> bill: hurt his shoulder again. >> ian: a left-shoulder injury he was dealing with heading into this game. >> bill: looks like that thing again -- even though he's bending over, excruciating pain.
iowa. tom crean comes over. the medical staff will come over. dr. steve opfelt who played here for bob knight. >> ian: doing his job trying to tip a ball, and did, by the way, did his job. >> bill: did and paid for it, and tom was saying to both of us that at the end of the year, it's happened so often they're going to have to address it. god bless him, huh? >> ian: indiana playing without robert johnson. high left-ankle sprain. morgan was a question mark for this game. this game. they help the freshman to the
>> bill: yesterday he was saying "i feel pretty good. ready to go." remember the rebounding he got earlier in the game, soaring -- tom and the staff, tim buckley worked hard, chuck martin, rob judson, on the other end i spoke to hall of famer at st. mary's who watches the games, he studied, by the way -- la salle guy. >> ian: brantley in for maryland, trimble will sit and melo trimble wraps up his day with 17 points. four rebounds. three assists. >> bill: indiana puts so much pressure on you. constant. every trip. you've got to match it. >> ian: 17 for yogi ferrell. >> bill: nice hands. >> ian: layman gives it away.
all window dressing for indiana. >> ian: layman has fouled out. the big ten tournament coming up in indianapolis. indiana will be in the be one seed. michigan state the two. maryland entering action could have been the three, or the four. either way, they've got the double bye which was a big key for mark turgeon. >> bill: that's what his concern was. they've got a few days to get back together and get organized. this was a terrific performance. who was ready. watching practice, tom didn't want any letdown. layman's playing the game with them, not sitting down -- you get that reaction at home, don't you? >> ian: yeah, left, right. billy, maryland will be a part
it. we'll have it for you -- the big ten tournament, semifinals and finals on cbs from indianapolis next weekend. >> bill: from beginning to end. >> ian: it's going to be a battle too. >> bill: it's going to be a great tournament. seven guaranteed, maybe eight teams. >> ian: depending on michigan. >> bill: yeah. >> ian: final 45 seconds. williams makes his move. hangs and hits. 80-62. williams has 23 to lead the hoosiers. >> bill: when he finishes at the rim, ooh, does that complement their sets. tom wanted to probably call that time out, continue play to get seniors in. >> ian: nickens had it blocked.
>> bill: they're going to call a time out and keep playing. just to keep playing. yeah. just to get the seniors in. >> ian: senior day. yogi ferrell. >> ian: indelible impact that he's had on this program. >> bill: a keeper. early in the year, struggled a little bit. notre dame game seems, tom, to have turned the season around for them -- buckley with the hug -- why not? he is hugable. i've seen him play a lot of good games.
>> ian: jackson tharp is in. >> bill: don't rub it in. >> ian: he wants to get one more player in. tim priller. >> bill: something to talk about the rest of your life. >> ian: indiana riding the waves. big ten champions. they will enter the conference tournament as the number one seed. a convincing 80-62 win over maryland. the number 12 hoosier defeat the number 14 terrapins. for bill raftery, tracy wolfson and the rest of our crew, this is ian eagle saying so long from bloomington. tonight on cbs begins with 60 minutes followed by new episodes of emv madam secretary, the good wife and "c.s.i." cyber.
>> announcer: live from cleveland's news center, cleveland 19 starts now. >> lydia: well, a big turnout at a rally for governor john kasich. details of the crucial day in campaign 2016 coming up. and thank you for joining us after the indiana-maryland game. we begin with big changes in the weather. good evening, i'm lid -- lydia esparra. beth mcleod is here with your first alert forecast.
>> beth: hey, lydia. slowly it's eroding away for a pretty nice sunset. yeah, it was a chilly day overall. but tomorrow really will begin the one-day countdown to spring. sure, we have 13 days. we're still two weeks away. but that spring fever tomorrow is going to be bursting out everywhere. as we see low 60s around town, tuesday some 70s are going to stop start -- start popping up. a good 15 to 20-degree difference. that picture in the back shot was shot by a viewer today out taking a look at the water intake. there are icicles on there that look like fringe, that look like hair. i bet those don't last much longer. tonight, lydia, we stay dry. temperatures towelly on the rise before tomorrow morning. when you get going tomorrow morning, we're actually going to be warmer tomorrow morning than where we were all day today. i'll show you the ups and the
thank you, beth. you can follow the riding temperatures this week in northeast ohio. with the first alert forecast app for your smartphone or your tablet. governor john kasich kicked off his battleground ohio campaign and he's joined by former california governor arnold schwarzenegger. she >> reporter: kasich was introduced this afternoon by schwarzenegger, saying he started supporting him in the '80s when he ran for congress and now he's supporting him again as the republican nominee. the rally was held at the franklin park conservatory and botanical gardens in columbus this afternoon. kasich spoke about his plans to improve student loan debt and social security. >> i think it's important that in ohio we not only send the
send a message to the world that positive efforts and not name calling, sliming or big suggestions that you'll fix things, that a positive message and raising the bar for the kids will win. will win in this country and we'll move america ford. >> reporter: there are 66 delegates at stake in the ohio primary. kasich has 35 in the republican race. lydia? >> lydia: thank you. congresswoman marcia fudge joined other elected officials, community and religion leaders to announce their endorsements of hillary clinton. the clinton campaign is still working on the location. and check out the primary election results so far. clinton is way ahead in the race for delegates. she has nearly three times more than bernie sanders. more than 2300 delegates are needed for the nomination.
republicans with 381 delegates. ted cruz is a close second. marco rubio won puerto rico today, but he and john kasich are way behind. they need more than 1200 delegates for the g.o.p. nomination. and stay with cleveland 19 for continuing coverage of campaign 2016. the ohio primary is a week from this tuesday. it's on march 15th. now remembering nancy reagan, the former first lady known for her grace and elegance, died this morning. chris martinez reports. >> reporter: former first lady nancy reagan died of congestive heart failure sunday, just dwhrond gate at her home in los angeles. she was remembered at the church where she and former president ronald reagan had attended for many years. >> we join the rest of the nation in our prayers, not only for her family, but also for thanks for the life that she lived so well. >> reporter: taken in reagan was -- nancy reagan was a
alzheimer's. mr. reagan will be buried here in simi valley, california. >> reporter: she had many critics during her days as first lady. but her admirers credited her with restoring grace and elegance to the white house. president obama and first lady michelle released a statement in part saying, they are thankful for her guidance, and prayerful that she and her beloved husband are together again. reactions came from the campaign trail, including democratic candidate hillary clinton, who along with former president bill clinton called reagan a gracious first lady, proud mother and devoted wife. nancy reagan sle brailled -- celebrated her 94th birthday last july. chris martinez, cbs news, simi valley.
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>> lydia: and welcome back. well, the new report on the benefits of peanuts. researchers say they may prevent obesity. the study followed middle school students and those eating nuts and peanut butter every day, had a lower body mass index after
what about a sweet treat for some local families? a private tour of mitchell's ice cream. the adventure was from a special wish foundation. yum! the group grants the wishes of children with life-threatening disorders. and the tour included, of course, a taste test. good for them. and it was the grand finale today at the cleveland auto show. joe small of massillon won a two-year lease for a new honda civic. and mary beth of south euclid won a two-year lease for a new toyota tacoma. wow! congrats to them, beth. >> beth: to bad they weren't convertibles. yeah. can i upgrade the lease i just won to a convertible, at least for the next couple of days. cam. yeah. a little on the cool side. we just couldn't get enough of that cloud deck to break away. it is tonight, of course, it's
but at least it's going -- good to know. we're on the cool side. but temperatures are basically going to hold steady. a live look right now at ford first alert radar. you can see the erosion of some of the cloud cover out there. didn't really help today. thought it would happen a little earlier this afternoon. but what is coming is some beautiful days, back-to-back. futurecast helping you plan out the evening. just some cloud cover, a little breezy out there. and that's about it. tomorrow morning you'll be waking up to warmer temperatures than what it is right for you. you'll get going in the 40s. as we go through the day, we'll see some sunshine, a partly cloudy day, clouds on the increase in the evening. we do have a pretty good opportunity to get some rain showers monday evening and monday night. so if you washed your car today, just put it in the garage early on. because most of these rain showers happen, they'll be spotty in nature and they're going to happen 10:00, 11:00 during the overnight hours. but your temperatures for tomorrow waking up into the
showing the upper 40s. stretch. here you go. tomorrow morning. but we quickly warm. look at this. by lunchtime some of us are going to be looking at 60 degrees. well above average. 60 in lake county. near 60 for cuyahoga county. 54 in mansfield. 3:00 in the afternoon, 60s popping up all across the board. 61, 62, it's going to be a beautiful day. weather. but keep in mind. don't forget there's some obvious signs that come with spring. it's going to be a little breezier, a little windier. you can expect rain. light scattered rain showers monday night and late wednesday night now. thursday looks to be a total washout, our ford first alert outlook day is thursday. the rain could come in overnight, starting wednesday night now. thursday is going to be a soaker. the good news is, though, we stay warm. there is no threat of snow in this forecast whatsoever.
pretty nice. temperatures right now you can see most areas in the mid to upper 30s. we're dry, some of you seeing a little more starlight than others. 38 degrees. basically where we're going to hold steady, until 6:00 in the morning. we're slowly going to start warming it up. tomorrow the greater cleveland area, 61 degrees. akron-canton some other lucky folks, maybe 62. record breaking not quite. but on tuesday we will be stretching for some of those records, as many areas start reaching for the 70-degree mark. on wednesday this is the new twist in the forecast. it looks like that system is going to take a little bit longer getting here. so wednesday now looks like it's dry until late day on wednesday, a small possibility of some showers late. there's a better possibility wednesday night into our ford first alert thursday. thursday is looking to be a total washout. and now question get some up and downs this spring. friday looks like we're safe still. partly sunny skies. still above average. a little cold front that comes through.
how about a cool front since we're well above average. saturday and sunday we could see rain right now at this point both days on and off. still above average and don't forget we're leaping forward saturday night to sunday. so we lose an hour of sleep as daylight saving time comes back into play. >> lydia: wow. that 70. how happy are we. >> beth: beautiful days.
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