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mind-blowing that ohio state and michigan, neither will play in their conference championship game. some predecks. there are the smiling faces. >> brian: mine was before the game started today. i had wisconsin beating ohio state in the big ten championship game. i thought michigan state would beat penn state. that's why wisconsin in and then i'm high on the buffs. if the buffs can beat utah and then beat washington i'm putting them in. >> steve: there you go, home team. on second down and ten. it's justin davis. mcshay. >> todd: one team that's interesting is oklahoma, kind of sitting on the outside looking in. oklahoma state, a top ten team -- that's a huge win and you have to assume that if you're talking about oklahoma potentially being in there wouldn't be a second team from the big ten. i just don't think that's going happen. i think the big ten championship
winner will end up having a good chance of being in. you need washington to lose. >> brian: todd, you didn't have the big ten championship in. >> todd: not in that one. lot going on, griese. >> steve: hard hit in the secondary. that's drue tranquill who's had a nice game. >> brian: i don't see how oklahoma can get in. they got blasted by houston and ohio state. i just don't see it. >> todd: my point is, they're that team that's lurking. if the committee all of a sudden decides not to take that second big ten team who's up next? >> brian: colorado, why not colorado? if washington loses, they lose to colorado. >> todd: there was a method to the madness i wanted to beat the snap. >> steve: you did. line-drive snap to finke. finke is just across midfield.
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tomorrow. 10:00 a.m. catch "nfl insiders" sunday edition and this week on monday night football, from philadelphia the eagles and the packers. maybe a must-win for both. >> brian: yeah. i love your spanish from mexico city. can you re-enact that. >> steve: hola. here's kizer in trouble and he's dropped. michael hutchings brings him down with a sack. i was thinking about trying the spanish again from philadelphia. it wouldn't make any sense, right. >> brian: how do you order a cheesesteak in spanish? >> steve: see you at the two-minute warning. hutchings was the player. who slammed into our referee, ron cherry. one thing to get a report on an injured player, not sure we'll get an update on the health of ron cherry, we hope he's okay. took a big hit. deshone kizer, now, brings up a
third and long. only 19 times has usc won the victory bell and the shillelagh. >> brian: first mention of the shillelagh. it's a wooden club of some sort from ireland. can't wait to see it. >> steve: so, notre dame has five different trophy games, by the way. two different shillelagh games. hit as he throws and that pass is incomplete. uchenna nwosu made the hit and kizer is down. took a big shot. >> brian: rolling to one side and didn't see the rush coming
from the weakside. and took a big hit as he threw. >> steve: nwosu got him. >> brian: hopefully that's nothing serious for deshone kizer, got a bright future ahead of him, whether that's next year going to the nfl or coming back, he's got a decision to make. we were talking with him last night. he said he'll probably make that decision in the next week or so and he's got some things that i think he can work on, todd, but he certainly has the raw physical talent to play at the next level. >> todd: size, big-time arm, mobility. he's not there mentally there, he needs another year of maturity. >> steve: deontay burnett. will let it go.
jiffy lube we've got you covered. adoree' jackson was all over the place. kick return for a touchdown, punt return for a touchdown. and there on the receiving end of a touchdown. what a game, a game he'll remember forever. >> brian: i know the stats haven't been eye-popping this year for jackson. but let's just say that the utah upset colorado tonight and usc does go to pac-12 championship game next week and he has another great game against washington i think he should be in new york for the heisman trophy ceremony. >> steve: i'm good with that. he changes the game. he changes the way other teams attack usc. >> brian: yeah. >> steve: that's dominic davis, the ball carrier. by the way, it wasn't all roses for jackson, he did fumble the
football led to a notre dame touchdown. second and 13. keeping it on the ground to dominic davis. local product from right here in l.a. college football primetime coming up tonight. south carolina against clemson. the palmetto bowl. gamecocks and tigers. streaming live on the espn app and watch espn. hey, a reason we don't give away the heisman in september. we think we know who it is. or the top two candidates.
leonard fournette and deshaun watson right away. >> brian: these rivalry games should matter. i want to see you do against your rival. >> steve: davis trying to break through. >> brian: which, louisville lost today, right, if i'm not mistaken. yeah, that's another hit for lamar jackson, they lose in back-to-back weeks. >> todd: this is an open year. >> steve: this is coming into this action. >> todd: lamar is at 90% votes. another loss. >> brian: baker mayfield is playing great football. deshaun watson hasn't been as good this year as a year ago. dede westbrook deserves a shot. i would argue that a adoree' jackson deserves to be on that list. >> steve: this should help. >> tod >> todd: if he would have had a
game like adoree' had the in this game he would have been there for sure. >> todd: i still think he should be in new york. he's the most complete football player i watched all season. >> steve: agreed. >> brian: jackson or jabrill peppers? for the next level? >> todd: peppers. jackson, you can't coach his speed. high 4.2 in the 40-yard dash. >> steve: fourth and seven. here's tilbey to let it fly. just in front of his goal line. chris finke. back pedaling. and then sent backwards flying. down to the 36. take look at our pacific life game summary.
>> brian: well, it was a tale of two halves, sc jumped out in the second half with those two touchdowns. one by harris and jackson on a punter return. really haven't looked back. a pushback from notre dame in this third quarter. but they pulled away in the fourth. >> steve: again, if the committee was just talking about november, could make a real case for usc. but i agree. september has to count. that's the beauty of college football more than any other big-time sport is that every game matters so much. remember, this was a team that got blown out by 50 to alabama with the way the season opened. >> brian: some games not mattering as much, alabama and auburn. we want rivalry week to mean something. and so, i don't think that usc
should be in the top four. >> steve: three losses on the season. they started 0-2 in the conference. and they've said they made every game a playoff game since. >> todd: the only argument, the quarterback change and how this team has responded since and the committee will factor that in if that's change, a major change in personnel, we've seen it in years past the three losses i just don't know if they can get close enough where it would become a factor. >> brian: on that point, todd, when you look at colorado, the team i was making a case for to be in fourth position, you would hope that the committee would look at their personnel. >> steve: official's mike was inadvertently clicked on.
everybody got a good laugh at that. ron cherry, our official was take on the the hospital. and that's the man in his place. the center judge. >> brian: he just got a late hit, personal foul on the sideline. boy, i'm surprised that he got out of that without even more fisticuffs. wow. >> steve: final 1:15 in notre dame season. and usc will be watching some tv tonight. rooting for utah.
corey holmes. from zaire. >> brian: this will initiate some soul-searching for the fighting irish and brian kelly in particular, it's been historically tough year for him. only had one other season where he's been this down in his 25 years. >> steve: only two losing seasons. that's really remarkable. played 14 true freshmen this season. the most since he's taken over in south bend. griese, they return just seven starters from last season. that's fewest dating back since 1972 when freshman eligibility was restored. >> brian: he's got decisions to make obviously, defensively, he left go vangorder and he told us yesterday, he has to look at the offensive side. and they've only scored 16 points in the fourth quarter their last 7 games.
i got to evaluate that as well. there could be wholesale changes. >> steve: corner of the end zone, with a flag and it's a touchdown! st. brown in the corner of the end zone. they'll pick up that flag. that will make the score look much better and much closer in the box score in the newspaper >> referee: pass interference, defense, number 23, penalty is declined. touchdown. >> brian: i learned a little bit about equanimeous today, just a true sophomore, he played this entire game. wasn't 100%. running on one leg at times. he made play after play. he puts on another 20 pounds, steve, comes back next year he's not a speedster but he's got that size and if he gets more physical that's a piece that brian kelly can build around. >> steve: great concentration on that catch on the touchdown pass from malik zaire.
st. brown today, 17 passes, 94 yards and that one score. they'll go for two. with 62 ticks left in the game. zaire will flip it to dexter williams. he's in all sort of trouble. forget two points. leaves it at 45-27. on object 15th, 1988, notre dame hosted the university of miami in one of the greatest games in college football history which became known as catholics versus convicts. >> two things that were more disparate. >> never been more excited before the start of the game.
>> we went to notre dame to win. >> the rev admitted blew it. >> in what world is is that a fumble? >> oh, you got to be kidding me? >> 30 for 30, might be the best thing we do. 30 for 30, catholics versus convicts. saturday, december 10th on espn. notre dame won that game, 31-30. you know, the irish, they're selling the people who will listen, all the close losses, all the seven-point losses, that might work some other places and that's not acceptable in south bend. >> brian: there were some people that thought this could be a playoff team at the beginning of the year. especially on the offensive line. quarterback, running backs and playmakers. but, you know, this has been a void of leadership and that's the thing that stuck out for me, watching the film and studying this team it was the fact they
lost so many seniors a year ago and so many of the juniors like prosise, ful, jalen smith, that are were going to be the leaders of this team. they went to the nfl. i asked brian kelly any regrets. he said he would have been more proactive in the off-season in helping some of these downyors and younger players assume more leadership because they haven't had it this year. >> todd: he didn't mention starting kizer from the beginning? >> brian: he did not. >> steve: you hear about the leadership issues, we have been told, it's been publicly stated that brian kelly will be back next year. we're so quick to hire and fire in this college football business. will not be an issue apparently we're told. juju smith-schuster and usc will
look to run out the clock with 61 ticks left. >> brian: i think it's timely to mention these seniors for usc, we don't know if they're going to have a game next week but all they've been through, right, these guys have been here for lane kiffin and getting fired on tarmac, losing to arizona state in blownout fashion, they fought for ed orgeron, didn't happen. they bring in steve sarkisian from the university of washington, we know his story, tragic nature of his story and then they name an interim, start 1-3 and everyone's calling for clay helton. these seniors for usc, one of the most resilient bunches. >> steve: we asked clay helton
about the motivation in the game because they can't impact their pac-12 championship status. that's out of their hands. that's based on colorado/utah tonight. he said look, a senior to win every game at home this season. for seniors a chance for a bigger and better december. what kind of bowl game will they play? whether or not they play in the pac-12 championship game? >> brian: pac-12, big ten, there's still an opportunity. >> steve: usc soundly defeats notre dame, 45-27. eighth consecutive win. they got a chance at a couple more games. a chance to make it a ten-game winning streak. we'll see what happens tonight. oh, yeah, they'll be watching utah at colorado. adoree' jackson, three touchdowns, kick return, punt
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abc7 news. we had a real mix of weather today. abc7 news was in the west portal neighborhood where a downpour caught some off guard and two more wet storms are on the horizon. hello. i'm eric thomas. we're seeing on-and-off showers with some afternoon rain in emeryville. the sun is make a brief appearance poking through the clouds near the golden state bridge. of course, with this mix it's not uncommon to see a rainbow or two. there is one constant, cooler temperatures. taking a live look outside you see some gray clouds there and abc 7 meteorologist drew tuma says we've got more on the way. >> live doppler 7 was active this morning still showing active showers. we'll go in tighter. moving through san jose, moving through the east.
to the north we go. we've got showers working through moron ga, lorinda. as you take a look at dive doppler 7 as we put it into motion in the past 15 pinminute we've got showers working their way into san francisco. what's expected tonight, scattered downpours. it's going to dip down into the 40s. we're tracking two more rounds of rain before the weekend goes through. >> thank you. nice tie, by the way. you can track the storm with our abc 7 app. developing news here. if you're heading into san francisco from the east bay, take a look at this. you may want to think about taking b.a.r.t. the chp reports two big accidents have caused a massive backup on the bridge, a six-car crash and then a four-car crash.
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err day. i was here err day. our children's children planned to be here. >> reporter: it includes a preschool, inclusion school, and several daily activities is now charred, supplies inside destroyed. firefighters spent most of the morning putting out hot spots. the fire chief say it was difficult. >> they pulled large diameter hose line to the victorian. >> reporter: they were meeting with officials about talking about renovations. the center was one of many places up for consideration. >> obviously i would think this would be at the top of the list. >> reporter: i've got a construction background. i don't mind helping. >> reporter: a longtime gem now devastated. >> there's no other place like monthswood. you have to have mosswood like
water in your body. >> reporter: melanie woodrow, abc7 news. the world reacting to fidel castro's death. revered and revile. many are hoping castro's death will help move the nation toward democracy. abc7 news reporter jim is in miami. >> reporter: spilling over from night into day. florida's cuban american community is marking the death of fidel castro with open joy. many want to make sure that castro's legacy isn't romanticized. >> a man who separated so many families throughout the years, who killed many, who imprisoned many individuals just for thinking differently. >> the legacy is one of destruction of the economy, most important, the destruction of the population, you see morally,
socially, and politically. >> reporter: the reaction in miami is a far cry, 90 miles away, the flags are half-staff, the streets relatively quiet. state tv running in the shops. this man says castro's death may or may not bring change but cubans are ready for everything. world heads of state are reacting. some are praising the longtime cuban leader like russia and china. others are carly choosing statements. president obama who is working with the island nation said, quote, the cuban people must know they have a friend and partner in the united states. they hope they keep up pressure of the communist regime. >> today it's a reminder that soon it will be a thing of the past. we have pictures of two
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we're going to see more showers move in tonight and then another round will arrive tomorrow night to bring additional rain fachlt live doppler 7 has been on the case. tracking showers and continuing to do so. we'll zoom in tighter. live doppler seven showing you it's hit-or-miss downpours that will working through the next 30 to 45 minutes. we move to the north. light showers moving onshore. we'll track this system. 13 minutes. more light rain moving through san francisco. expect more light showers working their way into oakland. across the board it's chilly out there. we've been holding in the low to mid-50s the entire day. 53 in sfranz. rain cool 50 in san jose. overnight tonight, here's the call. most spots will drop into the 40s. a couple of sections will be in
san mateo. we're tracking more rain in the overnight hours. they're bringing it back tr the next bout of rain. we'll have those showers along with isolated downpours very similar to what we're seeing but up to half an inch of rain with wind gusts nearing 40 miles per hour. future weather as we go hour by hour. later on tonight more. we'll be tracking the next round of rain arriving across the bay area. you do notice the pops of yellow indicating the downpours and the themes will continue early sunday morning, you will need the umbrella. we do get a brief break in the activity before the next storm system arrives. the showers are book-ended for your sunday plane. by noon it looks like we'll be dry with peaks of sunshine. it is sunshine. once again topping in the low 50s and then at 7:00 we'll
reintroduce those showers. that's good news. the panthers in town. it does look dry. temperatures right around 60 degrees. by the fourth quarter, we're dropping to 53. future weather will pick it up. here comes our next round of rain. i think the issue with this system will be the monday morning commute. 5:00 in the morning we'll likely have some somehow howers to con with. it could be slower than normal. here's your accuweather seven-day forecast. we plan the next seven days for you tomorrow. we're calling it book ended showers. a break in the activity. by monday we'll have a lingering morning shower. we'll get afternoon sunshine in by tuesday. a lot of sunshine midweek. thursday, just a few clouds. and friday and saturday, eric, it will be cool with temperatures topping in the upper 50s to lower 60s. >> it looks dry as well. >> it will be.
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sidelines. flips out, breaks his headset. called for unsportsmanlike conduct. who's going to win this game. makes one with a second left to force overtime tied at 17-17. buckeyes get a touchdown. michigan has to answer. fourth and go. speight, perfect pass. we're tied at 24-24. reaction from harbaugh. second o.t. wolverines kick a field goal. buckeyes, 14-1. j.t. barrett stuffed. questionable. harbaugh disagrees vehemently. michigan would have won the game right there if hi was marked short. samuels h's a good looking player. urban meyer reaction, face plant. spent. buckeye fans stormed the field and jim harbaugh is angry. >> i'm bitterly disappointed in
the officiating. i can't make that any more clearer. it was not -- my view of the first down was that short. >> you talk about it for years to come. >> what a scene. i understand harbaugh being upset. replays made looks like the officials made the right call. >> this was epic. >> thanks a lot. we'll be right back.
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castro-led cuba was marked by tension and tragedy. it led to the icy international relations with the u.s. during the cold war and the two nations' newfound resentment escalated quickly. >> the purpose of these bases can be none other than to provide a nuclear strike capability against the western hemisphere. >> reporter: why his allies agreed to remove the missiles, castros animosity toward the u.s. survived. in 1999 the custody battle over elian gonzalez playing out as castro demanded the return of the little boy returning to cuba. his mother had drowned while escaping with him to the u.s. armed agents forcibly removed the boy from his miami relatives returning him to his father in cuba. and there is guantanamo bay, the naval base leased by the castro regime in 1959. after the controversial plan of
using it. they say the land was being used to do america's dirty work. ten american presidents tried to isolate castro and hoped for his demise. then in 2013 this moment, president obama shaking hands with raul castro at nelson mandela's funeral paving the way for new diplomatic relations. >> this is not merely symbolic. with the change we'll be able to substantially increase our contacts with the cuban people. >> reporter: in 2015 meeting again as obama calls for the 53-year-old embargo to finally being lifted. >> that's martha raddatz reporting. president-elect donald trump realkted to the death of castro on twitter.
he tweeted, fidel castro is dead. he later tweeted. he hopes to move away from the horrors so the cuban people can finally live in freedom. during the campaign they criticized the efforts to normalize relations with cuba. hillary clinton's campaign says it plans to back the party in wisconsin. jill steen has spearheaded the effort with an online recounting plan to recount the votes in wisconsin, michigan, and pennsylvania. they say they want to see a fair process for all involved. stein also has plans to file recount requests to make sure hackers didn't skew general election results. >> san jose police are investigating a crash involved a bmw and light rail train. it happened this morning at north first and taylor streets.
transportation officials took the train car out of service and toed it to a holding yard. no one was hurt. now another look at your forecast. more rain on your way. >> i just want to show you where the heaviest rain is right now. some downpours are developing pushing through south of san jose on their way through sayre toyoda at the hour. i want you to take a live look at mt. tam. do you see the snowflakes? cold enough that a few flakes coming down at the highest peaks. future region, we do notice the time stamp. tonight we've got more rain in the picture. late tonight blasting through early tomorrow morning and we'll get a bit of a break before another round of wet weather moves through. they're going to show you the showers are book-ended in the
morning. after that, we're drying out for the extended forecast. >> it's dangerous to stand on the sidelines of the football game as miss arizona found out when p a wildcat. >> what happened? >> i guess i wanted to play. i wanted to jump in front of him. >> are you okay? >> i'm so good. i'm in kinesiology and i landed perfectly. >> she idea lose a show. >> brandon dawkins extently tackling miss arizona on the sidelines last night against arizona state. she later tweeted, put me in, coach. put me on the field. i think she's too pretty to play football. this is what happens when you play football. that does it for this edition of abc news. thanks for joining us. college football is next. and, of course, after the game
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