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of the team can be different. >> mike: yes, it can change your whole outlook, if someone is injured. >> allen: the offensive line has been a juggle for them all season long. daniels again, with a good first-down, second-down carry, rather. >> mike: and iowa, landing a lot of body pun game. and late in the game, the defense is worried more about taking on the block than defeating the block and trying to make the tackle. now, they have to somehow find some energy. nebraska needs a turnover, a takeaway. but right now, iowa, just content the push the ball down their throats. >> allen: now, daniels, over 1,000 yards rushing for the season. and wadley has 861 starting
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down to about the 17 yard line. sets up fourth down and five. >> mike: i would assume we're going to see the field goal team on the field now. but they are going to run the clock down, and think about it. >> allen: i think they're going to run it down, then call time-out. the way kirk ferentz is walking to the line judge on the near side. they finish this one up, as it looks like they might, has a chance to get a bowl game, get to a nine-win season, a pretty decent year for a college football team, especially as competitive as the big ten has been this year. time-out. a diamond. now, kay jewelers brings you...the newest c: chocolate. levian chocolate diamonds. only levian, masters of jewelry design for centuries...
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>> allen: a little college football grudgery, going to happen tomorrow in columbus. and "college gameday" will be there. starts at 7:00 a.m. eastern on espn, also on the watch espn website, and on the espn app.
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the big games tomorrow, including the one happening in columbus. fourth down and five, offense still on the field. quarterback kept it! stepped out of bounds at the 4 yard line. the naked bootleg. >> mike: he lulled them to sleep. believe his eyes. he said, he can't be keeping that football. nice execution by beathard. >> allen: it was. so, the clock running, 3:30 to go. maybe the most important stat for nebraska, they've only had the ball for 1:08 in the fourth quarter. iowa's offense has stayed on the field. >> mike: wow. 1:08. holy cow.
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who says time of possession doesn't mean anything? >> allen: well, points per possession is the latest rage in coaching land analysis. and they've been far greater for iowa today than for nebraska. so, inside of 3:00 to go. ball at the 1 yard line. hawkeyes looking to add on to their lead. daniels is the tailback. beathard keeps it. gets hit. didn't get there. >> mike: at this point in the game, i would give it to one of the power backs. the quarterback will take too many hits. just give it to one of those guys, let them move the pile or get over the top. >> allen: beathard has meant to much to the team in his career.
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coach at texas during the mack brown years, says he's had a lot of good ones and beathard is with the best of them. >> mike: compared him to guys that have won a lot of football games. >> allen: into the end zone, untouched for the hawkeyes touchdown goes leshun daniels. >> mike: at this point in the game, nebraska did not look up to the task of stopping iowa. >> allen: daniels, one of the 14 seniors on the hawkeyes squad, into the end zone for the second time today. and now the point-after try from keith duncan. what was that? >> mike: kalu getting another
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two penalties today. >> referee: offsides, defense, unabated to the kicker. half the distance to the goal. redo the try. >> allen: at the very beginning of the game, when iowa scored their first touchdown, the point-after try was blocked. since then, they got a running into the kicker penalty, iowa did, in nebraska's aggression to get to him, that gave them a first down. now, this one that moves the point-after try a little bit closer. 13 plays, every single one of them a running play. 8:10, that drive took.
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>> allen: as we wind inside 2:00 in this one, another reminder about espn's "college gameday" tomorrow, starting at 7:00 a.m. looking at all the riff rivalry games. and michigan and ohio state, on abc at 12 noon eastern time. >> mike: i think we've seen the last of armstrong. not sure if i want to put him in there if he's injured.
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make sure he's good for that. kick return by jordan nelson. and a lot of whistles, and a little bit of a scrum at the bottom of the pile. we mentioned tomorrow, some great college football watching. michigan/ohio state, the headliner. auburn/alabama, utah/colorado, and how about michigan state/penn state? >> mike: every one of them has college football playoff implications. >> allen: ryker fyfe is in. the backup, with the pin in the left hand. over the top of riley, and incomplete. >> mike: i wonder if he wanted to go in. they have darlington, they probably trust fyfe, but he's
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wrist. >> allen: he's a football player. of course, he wanted to go in. >> mike: it's cold, he has a pin, and had surgery this week. >> allen: did you ever go down and tap someone, and they said, no. >> mike: no, and if they had, i would have looked at them a little cross-eyed. >> allen: a far slant, to bryant. and it's going to set up a third down and long. almost no gain on that one for the freshman running back. fyfe is in there to throw the ball. >> mike: exactly right. the front from iowa is getting after it. they know, they can smell blood in the water right now.
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-- goes. and fourth down and forever. the thing about nebraska, their chance at the big ten evaporates here in the final minute of play, aside of the one real dud at ohio state, the overtime loss to wisconsin, this has been a massive turnaround for them in mike riley's second year. >> mike: well, he'll find a way. nebraska this year, worked more on the end of they've become better, won the close games they've encountered this year. they've learned from it, and earned the respect of the players and coaches. >> allen: lightbourn will kick, out of bounds, and a kneeldown coming up. now, a flag comes in late. and one more penalty call as well in this one before it's
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frustration and pride. when you have great pride, it's hard to take a loss and get beat on the field. >> allen: yeah. >> referee: after the play was over, unsportsmanlike conduct. kicking team, number 16. 15-yard penalty. first and ten. that's number 16's first unsportsmanlike penalty of the ball game. >> allen: so, a kneeldown coming up for the iowa so, nebraska and iowa will both look ahead to bowl games. but for kirk ferentz and his 14 seniors on this hawkeye team, it will be the happiest of senior days. a win at home over their adjacent rivals, nebraska, and a big win at that. >> mike: both teams will look at the bowl game as an opportunity. >> allen: hands it off one more
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and that will do it. big plays, the big key for this iowa team. and running out the clock late when they needed to with that eight-minute drive. and the final score, the iowa hawkeyes, 40, the nebraska cornhuskers, 14. tomorrow, michigan and ohio state, at noon east for mike bellotti and kris budden and our espn college football crew, allen bestwick
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tragic breaking news this our colorado state patrol trooper
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ryan luby is live on the scene with what happened. truck>> reporter: i contain northbound interstate 25 is still shut down this evening. it will likely remain that way overnight. this is an awfully sad thing to see here. those flashing lights in that long line of cars, near the scene of that crash. here's what we know. the trooper was stopped on the right side of rthbound near tomah road just south of castle rock. he was investigating some sort of an accident around 1:30 pm this afternoon. somehow a tractor-trailer hit the trooper and killed him. douglas county sheriff deputies are investigating. they stay -- say it is still unclear. they cannot say if the trooper was standing outside of his patrol car or not. sadly this is now the third colorado trooper killed in the last 18 months. that is absolutely wing on the agency tonight.>> needless to
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it is a matter of being able to comfort one another. and being able to pull together and understand why we do what we do. and make sure that we are doing the best that we can in order to go homeeach night. but to make sure that everyone in the state has the opportunity to do the same thing. >> reporter: back out here like we are absolutely thinking the ?rooper's family tonight both his work-family and his actual 25 northbound south of castle rock. avoid this area if you can. more details as we get them. for not -- live ryan luby, denver7..>> another family says they are victims of a hate crime. someone painted racial slurs on their apartment door.
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her story.>> reporter: she she calls the person who did this a coward. >> it's very insensitive and distuubing. i can't imagine that anybody would think it's okay to do something like that. >> reporter: and aurora resident and her teenage daughter were at home tuesday night when someone scrawled [null] in the n-word on her apartment door. >> they taped a note to the door that also said watch back. [null]. whether it's a joke it is not funny. you are putting people at risk by doing this . you are allowing other people to show their hatred in ways that is not acceptable. >> reporter: it happened at the sonoma resort apartments in southern aurora. near the saddle rock golf course. aurora police chief nick metz.>> we are not going to write a report and be done with that.>> reporter: including the
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do anything. the naacp is not going to tolerate it, and our community.>> you are a coward. your behavior is not acceptable. your behavior will not be tolerated. if and when they do find the people responsible, i want them prosecuted to the full extent of the law.>> reporter: the problem at this point is aurora police do not have any information about a possible suspect. there asking anyone who thinks they may have been to report it immediately. even if it turns out to be a joke or prank, it is better to be safe than have something worse happened. tonight a denver institution is closed after a fire. for decades cherry creek he restaurant has been a lot of people's favorites. customers were turned away because of this fire. sally man do is live in cherry creek took >> reporter: we are out here earlier today.
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the people's faces when they tried to reach for the door and they could not get in. you can see someone is standing over there trying to read the sign. lots of people disappointed today. it tells you just how much this place means to a lot of people.>> and iconic name. when you think of cherry cricket what comes to mind? >> the history of denver. >> reporter: for decades cherry cricket in cherry creek has been a mouthwatering place. it was featured on several food shows. it is no surprise to close -- the close kitchen has this type of negative affect -- affects on customers. >> it's depressing.>> i come down here to watch the monday night football. >> reporter: for now people like craig smith are going to go somewhere else.
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>> the co-owner says the kitchen had a small fire that damaged some of the restaurants insulation. the fire happened on the night before thanksgiving. the busiest time of the year for the popular spot.>> it's crazy. if you walked in there an hour later. >> reporter: driscoll is glad that no one was hhrt. it will be a while until they open again. he says he hates to see his customers disappointed. he says it is touching at the same time. >> it's gratifying that people care so much about the cricket.>> reporter: the owner says customers really came through for him. he told me he was so touched by this and told everyone this meal is on the owners. for now we are live in cherry creek.
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thanksgiving day for protesters standing against the dakota access pipeline. not only did they get something to eat. they got to me and academy award-winning actress and pipeline opponent.>> reporter: a day with music, food, and ceremony. joined by well-known hollywood actress and advocate, jane fonda.>> it has been centuries since this many tribes have joined together in prayer, and in peace and nonviolence. to protect their sacred land in their water.>> reporter: she ys actions throughout the past seven months were peaceful. she traveled from los angeles today to help serve aameal for a mixed crowd.>> i was serving for about three minutes and they said people conserve themselves. i've never had a job for such a short time. it's fantastic that this happened.>> reporter: she wasn't the only one. the main cook brought his cook -- crew into serve 200. that number changed after just
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behind me is a kitchen filled with cooks that spent hundreds at standing rock middle school and fort gates. the chef says all the ingredients were indigenous and served as a symbol of peace.>> every great negotiation should start after a meal is finished. when people are fed and happy, and ready to talk. it doesn't matter how much money have invested or how much ?oney you have to lose. we are all human beings. today i am here to feed them.>> reporter: he said love was the most important ingredient.>> that. we need to stand together.>> president-elect trump pulled -- hold stock in the company building that pipeline. that is raising some concerns that his investments could affect any decision he makes on this projjct as president. from 2016 federal disclosure forms shows he owns anywhere
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hundreds of people rallied at fillmore plaza in cherry creek today. they all met up to close their bank accounts at several banks that support the pipeline.>> they are violating human rights. they are -- there is no longer acceptable for me. >> the founder of denver standing rock delivered a speech in the plaza followed by a need of prayer dance before the --. we are getting started on this late
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