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>> to kick an extra point to tie or go for the two-point conversion. if i send my offense out there i am using the quarterback sneak or go on a hard cadence with no play call and try to get them to jump offside. >> gus: he sent the quarterback back on the field. troy williams. under center. >> joel: they will call a time-out. >> gus: takes a delay of game. >> referee: delay of game on the offense. five-yard penalty. still fourth down. >> joel: worth a try. you bet. great job by b
give them a free first down. the reason the delay of game doesn't hurt you is the wide hash mark in college football. the closer you get the more difficult the angle. if you give them three yards back it's an eier kick. >> gus: andy phillips in to attempt a 29 yarder. and good. >> gus: phillips does his job. 20-13. here come the cougars. (backwar music) (backwards music) is drive the world forward. the cadillac ct6.
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be a terrific nfl player and a high draft prospect when he comes out. great strength. aggressive. quality push in the passing game. and has the lineage, too. his first brother was a first round draft pick for the panthers. >> gus: the fox 50 is sponsored by sprint. call 1-800-sprint -- 1 or visit sprint.com to switch. utah sending it away. kicks it off. byu will take a knee. they will start from the 25. hill with a lot of work to do. down 20-13.
heisman watch. he says when sationm last week nick chubb has been fantastic. >> joel: there are so many good players going out for the first time. like the louisville quarterback. >> gus: he was awesome last night. >> joel: phenomenal, wasn't he? >> gus: rushed for 200 yards. threw for over 400 yards. >> gus: dropping that ball.
>> gus:econd down and ten at the 25. no jamaal williams in the game right now. we saw being worked on, on the byu sideline. algernon brown in the backfield. hill. looking. scrambled out of the pocket. he takes it himself. he is out of bounds with the first down. go downstairs to shannon. >> shannon: they are not going to risk it with williams anymore. he has had a lower leg contusion on the left leg. while sitting on the training bench he started to feel nauseous. if they will put a run together here and tie it up, that -- they'll have to do it without the running back. >> gus: he missed the final five games of the 2014 season. first down and ten at the 36. 2:15 to go.
hill. handles the snap. he steps up in the pocket. throws on the move. he gets out of bounds at the 45. trinnaman with a 1946 -- with a 19-yard reception. >> joel: he got surprised by the snap. he takes his eyes off and it hits him in the chest. he le covers. pocket collapsed around hill. he was able to step up and get completion. i felt like i wasn't really in the two-minute situation until we got the first first down. he runs for a first down and now completion process. >> gus: taysom hill is 0-2 in the rivalry game against utah. first and ten at the 46. hill. broken up! well-defended by barton. as he lays out and redirects the football. >> joel: boy, that one was awfully close to being
off. excellent play from barton from the linebacker spot. he got all the way down the middle of the field. gets his hands on the football. close to an interception. so now an interception and that was marcus williams who pulls up at the end doesn'traw a flag. >> gus: byu trailed with one minute and change last week against arizona. went on a drive and won on a game-winning field goal. hill. sidelined. caught. out of bounds. nick kurtz stops the clock at 1:47. five of the last six games in this series decided by seven points or fewer. byu driving now with the ball. at the utah 39.
>> gus: the building is shaking. hill. underneath. caught at the 35. nicely done by mitchell juergens. firs down. >> joel: hobbs, boobie hobbs the return man who is playing secondary right now for utah. he went after this and he took a chance in man coverage and tried to get in front of that. and deflect the ball away. but it just sneaks past him for the completion. this byu offense, boy, they have been so good. now in back-to-back weeks in the two-minute situation. >> gus: pututau,he receiver at the bottom of your screen. he is crafty. at the 36. hill looking that way. and incomplete. that one thrown long. hauati pututau the intended receiver
the quarter covering. >> joel: the situations for a quarterback, so much pressure but you have to understand what the objective of the defense is. they are so scared to get beat deep that you will have the underneath routes that are open and complete the ball for e first down. >> gus: second and ten on the 36. he hill. steps up. to the lane. he goes down inside the 30 with 1:05 remaining. cougars with one time-out remaining. down 20-13.
taysom hill, underneath. kurtz. down inside the 20. nine-yard game. first and ten at the 19. >> joel: i love the composure from taysom hill. he got the all-out blitz. utah sent the house and he calmly back pedaled and upped the ball over for a completion and a first down. >> gus: first and ten at the 19-yard line. hill. to the sideline. nice catch! out of bounds. hauati pututau with a great catch to get out of bounds and stop the clock. >> joel: the timing of the play was perfect from hill on the throw. pututau creates separation. that will get a quarterback to trust you faster than any other attribute. do you win and do you catch the ball? he does it perfectly on the last
>> gus: the numbers for hill. second and five at the 14. 11 play of the drive. hill again. scrambling. throws to the sideline. juergens dives forward. picks up the first down inside the utah 5. >> joel: amazing run by taysom hill to get free to throw the ball. the linebacker has to stop because hill will run. he throws it to the left. amazing run. great arm strength. heart of a competitor there. >> gus: byu with one time-out yet. first and goal at the utah two. >> joel: that ball tched the ground, gus, on
>> gus: the officials up in the replay booth saw it. >> referee: delay of game. >> gus: or they did not. >> referee: first down. >> joel: wow! that is such a mistake from taysom hill. this is the play we're talking about. the ball definitely touches the ground. but the ground didn't help him catch the ball. he had control. and it kind of grazed the ground. i agree with the replay officials here that they didn't stop it and take another look. that was clearly a completion. >> gus: first down and goal at the 7 for taysom hill. byu down0-13. hill. in the end zone. incomplete. pearson the intended
>> joel: brian allen in coverage. number 14 for utah. he was playing very physical. in the back of the end zone. the senior, 6'3", 205. now in this man-to-man defense, the pressure is on the corners for utah. >> gus: 25 seconds left. second and goal at the seven for byu. taysom hill. rolling. looking. he got away. touchdown, cougars! [ cheers & applause ] >> gus: on the road, do they go for two? >> joel: if i know kalani sitake well enough, he is going for two here. >> gus: his quarterback walks to the sidele.
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hill. on his feet. he won't get there! [ cheering ] >> joel: they sent the pressure off the edge along with the other defensive linemen. they were trying to run the quarterback draw. but because of the blitz it's not going to work. he is a free rusher. there is no one to block number 30, thornton, who holds hill up. and then they arrive to make the stop. and the byu fans are
>> gus: byu out of time-outs. the on-side kick coming. >> joel: absutely. >> gus: half to. >> joel: you know what? i love the two-point play aggressiveness from kalani sitake. i think you should have a check attach to a quarterback draw because of what i just said. if they blitz, you don't a blocker. so the play called you could talk about. but i love the aggressiveness from kalani sitake. when we met with him, that is exactly what he wanted to infuse in his kids. he believes in them. he trusts them. he wants them to have fun. credit to the utah defense. how many times have they shown up in big situations tonight? >> gus: oldroyd will attempt the on-side kick
up the far side. now they kick it near-side. flag on the play. thompson with the recovery. >> joel: it will be offside on byu. >> referee: offside. kicking team, number 13. five-yard penalty will be added to the endf the run. first down. >> gus: a hair offside. >> joel: it wouldn't have mattered anyway. >> gus: francis bernard. utah overcomes six turnovers to beat byu for the sixth time in a row.
as troy williams victory formation for the utes. byu out of time-outs. that will do it. 20-19. utah prevails. coach sitake, coach whittingham, great friends. sitake says, "i love kyle whittingham the man. not just the coach." i'm sure they will talk about it during the off-season when they are on the golf course. >> joel: what a game! >> gus: our performance of the game goes to that great defensive stop by the utes on the two-point conversion. >> joel: they brought the house. credit to kyle
his coaching staff. that front seven who was so good all night long. >> gus: number 20, marcus williams. the all-conference safety. let's go downstairs to shannon with coach whittingham. >> shannon: coach whittingham, the crossover between the two teams is incredible as you can see. just the respect between coaches. everyone giving each other hugs. between the ups and downs, every time they were on the field they brought it. what do you say about the relentlessness from the group? >> great effort all night long. opened with a pick six, which was huge. the offense had trouble getting in a rhythm. the last drive we ground the clock down and allowed them to kick the field goal. team effort. >> shannon: how close in the last drive you mentioned, how close was the physicality that you want to see were
>> coach whittingham: that is what we want. we're a physical group. we believe in smashmouth football. that's what we got in drive. >> shannon: what career moment was it to see sitake across the field from you? >> it was great. he will win a lot of ballgames there. he is a heck of a coach. he had the guys ready. but to win a football game, turn it over six times. that doesn't happen very often. proud of our guys. i'm not so sure we deserve that with t turnovers. >> shannon: bragging right fo a year. gus: all right. 19 plays, 78 yards. utah eating up 11:21. let's take a look at the road ahead for utah, sponsored by coors light. whatever your mountain, climb on. >> joel: san jose state coming up and the big one usc. this team if they play like they did in the last five minutes, they will win a lot of football games.
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>> gus: 20-19, the final score. utah prevails over byu. the utes have now won six straight against their rivals. rice-eccles stadium, fans on the field now celebrating. as this one came down to the wire. six turnovers for utah. >> joel: yeah. >> gus: but in the end it was their defense that saved the day. >> joel: it was. even after a drive in which taysom hill takes byu all the way down the field and they ve asked to bow their neck one time on a two-point conversion ty do it with an aggressive style. they blitz and get them on the quarterback draw and win the football game. i tell you, the whole fourth quarter, though, epitomizedded what i love about the sport.
utah's offense answer adversity with the last drive ey had. i was an amazing drive, gus. 18 snaps of the football. the 19th was the field goal. it was 78 yards. 11:21 they took off the clock. 15 of them were rushes. i love that joe williams was back in the game. they trusted him with the ball you had zack moss a true freshman. completion from troy williams. and then the new father, andy phillips, who welcomed his second son a day ago if me kyle whittingham. and they win the game. they canuild on that the rest of the year. >> g: all right. the final score 20-19. utah defeats byu. next week, we'll be in norman as the fourth ranked ohio state buckeyes take on the 14th ranked oklahoma sooners. coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. eastern on fox. that wraps it up
exclusive a naval petty officer set for deployment shot during going away party. we're learning new details what happened outside of a popular dupont circle bar. tense moments for visitors at six flags america in upper marboro and what forced the theme park to see vaciate and close early and prince george county executives under fire in wake of head start program scandal. what they had to say when we caught up with them. thanks for staying up with us late. i'm lauren demarco, matt has the night off. a story you will only see here. new details about a shooting outside of a bar. the victim is petty officer in u.s. navy preparing to deploy and at his own going away part party. lindsay watts has the exclusive details. lipcy. >> lauren, dave ketner survived being shot in the chest. right now he's
care. it happened in front of mad hatter on connecticut avenue. there's been a big crowd outside all night. this is popular spot on the weekend and shooting happened 3:20 a.m. 20 minutes after closing time. d.c. police did arrest the shooter and so far they have not said what happened and what may have led to it. ketner is a decorated sailor. this was from a few days ago where he was awarded a medal in bethesda. we got better mission to use photos from nsa facebook page. friends say he was about to deploy out of country next week and was out with friend at going away party when for some reason violence erupted in front of the bar. according to police report before ketner was shot the gunman punched two people and other than that we have few details. his family and friends said he
fight broke out. we're still working to confirm that with investigators. the shooter is 27-year-old ryan matthews of northwest and charged with assault with intent to kill. we're working to get you more information about the case and we'll bring it to you when we have more details. live in dupont, lindsey watts, "fox5 local news". >> also, new tonight, police are trying to identify a man found dead mcmillan reservoir it was in the body -- the body was in the water several days. and we're following breaking news from district. firefighters are on the scene of row house fire in northwest. and this broke out shortly before 11 lamont street and flames became so intense a second alarm was sounded and so far no word on injuries. the firefighters have a number of streets in
off. drivers should be on lookout for alternate roots to the get around. right now we don't know the cause of the fire and investigators will try to figure out it once the fire is out. >> six flags america in upper marboro will reon tomorrow as planned. this afternoon police closed amusement park early after someone phoned in a bomb threa threat. park officials evacuated everyone there and no one was hurt and police went to investigate and didn't find anything suspicious. we're told a similar incident happened a couple months ago and park was forced to close then as well. police never found the person that called in that threat. >> and the man that shot president ronald reagan is no longer on find to mental hospital. john hingely junior was discharged from st. elizabeth hospital in d.c. today and now living with mother in williamsburg virginia. hingely's release comes 35 years after assassination attempt. doctors determined the 61-year-old is no longer threat to himself or others.
actually feels like it's 89 degrees right now in the district. and 89 quantico and 85 baltimore. 74 is the overnight low i can't rule out isolated passing shower late in overnight hours and that's because we have frontal system coming through and that front will definitely bring us a lot of relief. we're talking some cooler air on the way. i'll have the details and look at that all important 7 day in a bit. lauren. thank you, gwen. >> thousands of athletes were disappointmented today when the swimming portion of nation's triathlon was cancelled. triathlons of course are grue grueling events that involve swimming, biking and running and swimming was shevled because conditions in potomac were deemed unsafe for competitors. e. coli was not okay. and organize ver to spend thousands of dollars testing the river prior
>> it's truly frustrating. we submitted permit for next year's event five days ago for 2017 this is year round process and coming down to 30 days of sampling and testing that's something we cannot control yet it's frustrating. >> the race will go on as planned tomorrow morning but only as biking and running event. this is not the first time the swimming portion was cancelled in the triathlon's 11 years. two years ago it was nixed of a sewage spill in the potomac. to a "fox5" follow up some residents want accountability in prince george county of what happened in the head start program and they want school officials fired. members of the divided school board counting blame of executive baker. they accused him of protecting members he appointed and has personal relationships with. alexandra limon has reaction. >> i wanted to let the
know. >> prince george county school board member edward bur rows is pointing at baker over how school board leaders handled allegations of preschoolers being abused in head start program. >> there's a host of concerns about his relationship with the board chair. as many know it's his former brother-in-law. whenever you have your relatives and appoint them to avs it's becomes difficult to hold individuals accountable. >> i don't vice president a response to that but i'm pleas pleased the board put out a statement they'll do a full review of what is happening the head start program. we want that program to continue and have no disruptio disruption. >> to have administration investigate itself makes so sense. >> some have expressed concern that the ceo, chair and vice chair knew for months and failed to take action. the alleged abuse ultimately cost
dollars because of federal grant was lost. at a heated school board meeting thursday members of the public were visually angry and upset. sgle you all are hurting my children and you all ceo, county executive, chair and vice chair need to go. >> we asked county executive bake to respond to the public's call for the resignation of three top school board leaders people he appointed to those positions. he says public is not asking for their resignation. >> believe me, i've been to the programs. what the public asked for, will the program be there for my children. we want them to know yes. >> is there going to be disruption. no. will it continue? yes. >> you're not addressing the question that's what they said. >> no. >> there's video of this. >> limb almost.
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observing 15th anniversary of 9/11 attacks. many are planned for tomorrow around the country. david lee miller reports. >> createers on the floor of the new york stock exchange having a moment of silence and there was a procession for. terrorism cannot prevail if we refuse to be terrorized. >> the attacks commorateed in and around washington d.c. as well. and officials looking back at the ceremony pentagon where nearly 200 people were killed. >> our pentagon serves the nation and continues to uphold our freedoms. >> a ceremony on capitol steps♪ >> and
lynch dedicating plaque for survivor tree planted at the justice department on last year's anniversary. >> we continue to stand vigilant against all of those who seek to do our nation and its ideals and people harm. we stand mindful of all, all who have died and sacrificed on his behalf. >> what is now a yearly tradition the victims names will be read at the memorial museum sunday. there will be six pauses at the event to mark the exact moment of four attacks and time each tower fell. in new york, david lee miller, fox news. >> here in our area people gathererred for a returned razor to honor firefighters that died at the world trade center. 334 members lost their lives that day. they kaernl gathered at the gay lord to walk 334 steps in the firefighters' memories
here's some of the sights and sound of the annual stare climb [ bagpipes ]♪ [ bell tolling ]. >> it means a lot to all of us involved with fallen firefighters foundation to memorialize the sacrifice that 343 firefighters gave on that day, 9/11. >> we honor, determination, heroes, thank you and god speed to all of you today. >> the 15 year is any significant and we need to make sure people remember this is something that was most significant firefighter event in
>> oh, say does that star spangled bap banner yet wave♪ ' or the land of the free, and the home of the brave♪ moving on now to some of the wild weather hitting parts of the country. well, we have been dealing with sweltering heat in the area. powerful storms spawned tornadoes and triggered flooding in parts of midwest. fox's will carr reports. >> national weather service confirms four tornadoes in central illinois starting friday nights including one in champagne county on the ground for nearly 20 minutes.
knocking out power. uprooting trees and even destroying a number of homes. with active weather impacting the midwest flood warnings were issued saturday for parts of illinois and as well as sections of kansas where flooding continues to be a major issue in a number of areas including wynfield, kansas where the water was rising saturday and one local river expected to rise more than 34 feet above normal levels this weekend and rising waters they're such a threat and prompted evacuations at a popular camp ground. working frantically while owners were aware. >> we had to get "people several hours, three, four hours away. we worked well with the city and had six or eight trackers going and moved a lot of people not here. >> people in some flooded areas stranded due to flooded rots and property. >> nobody will tell us anywhere to go on who will help us clean this alley soup that we can get our water back
property. >> elsewhere in the united states an indyap woman had to be rushed to the hospital after being shocked trying to cleanup the floodwaters impacting her home and in houston, texas, powerful thunderstorms generat generating fierce lightning strikes at this point there's no reports of major injuries n los angeles, will carr, fox news. >> we have new details tonight about up creed ibling situation that unfolded in austin, texas. check out what happened to this car. you can see it dangling outside of a parking garage this started when a young man thrilled to parng in the elevated garage and instead of coming to a stop his car was over the side. some people helped to pull the driver to safety and eventually firefighters managed to get the car down and they used cables to slowly lower it to the ground. >> and looking out i heard the guy in the car screaming for his
what to do i was so freaked out i started panicking. >> he was leaping back holding on to the wheel an a guy came in from sixth floor where level against and pulled him towards up and out, out of the driver's side window. >> we took our time and had to keep it away from the building and it electrical conduit and waterline we wanted to make sure we didn't break on the way down. couldn't have gone any better. >> it was 30 minutes afterwards i couldn't think straight or do anything i can't imagine how he felt. >> i can't imagine looking up and seeing that. it's like something out of an action movie. it took three hours for them to get the car down. the driver was okay but clearly shaken up when it happened. >> hillary clinton under fire for what she said about people who support donald trump and how the gop is firing back. but, first, elephant gets a new pair of shoes. no, it's not a children's story it's real life why the
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>> you may have been to the store recently and picked up shoes for school. the elephant at the national zoo has a new pair of kicks. why? this is part of innovative and novel way the zoo is trying to reduce the animal's pain. "fox5" has the story. >> you see cool kicks around the city. but, these days when it comes to in any eventy new shoes nobody shanty the elephant beats. >> and visitors to the national zoo delight watching video of the 41-year-old asianel at that point modeling her fancy foot wear. >> elephant is sticking the leg up showing off the shoe. >> before today did you noel fants could wear shoes. >> this is not about fashion or
fun. shante suffered from arnl rite is that causes foot pain and pressure and cracks and leasho leashones on toenails and surrounding issue. they treat her with anti-inflammatorys, ped purz and foot soaks. they felt it was time to take a step. >> we saw improvement but it was not the level we were comfortable with. we decided to look for something new innovative something not tried in an elephant. >> they started injections and topical medications. but then realized they needed a way to keep the medicine on her feet and debris like sand and grass off them. >> to address the toe and nail issues we approached our partners at teva that created two boots that fit on shante aetion front feet. we can apply pop call medications for several hours at a time while she freely moves arounden closure. >> consider yourself warned you will not see her sporting these new kicks every time
to the zoo. right now she wears them off and on during stream. next time you see her you might notice she seems to be doing better. >> as a zoo veterinarian my patients don't often tell me when they feel better or not. when our elephant team reported she was not laid down several months was in the yard, in the pool lying on side playing i knew without a doubt the efforts of all the teams here at the national zoo had made a big and positive different in her life. >> jennifer vaiv is, "fox5 local news". >> that's ow awesome. shanti's condition in chronic they cannot cure it but can control it and give it better quality of life. this treatment is successful in horses and this is the first time for other elephants and large animals. >> coming up next rjs a yea year-long battle is over. how a pilot that lead the way for women in the military was honored in arlington this week.