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winning streak, meyers' teams have never lost a road game since he took over there. all on the line. stunning. at 21-7, lions were in deep, deep trouble. >> kirk: i keep going back to that five-play, 90-yard drive, mcsorley, when the lions were pretty much down and out. at 21-7. crowd's out of the game. and that all of a sde punt and next thing you know, the penn state -- they're believing they can pull off the upset. >> chris: a great play by allen, kirk, but you wonder if meyer is questioning. they took a long time to make a decision to trot out a long field goal attempt by durbin. maybe not quite organized. julius. give campbell a chance, but he drops the back. has to pick it up.
lions special teams. here's the block again. >> kirk: go back to marcus allen. see him in the back. he get as running start. not only does he go back, but he goes through the line. he actually jumped into the line. he doesn't get up on top of anybody. but he went, he used his acceleration to allow him to get up into the air, and also towards the kicker. and look at mcsorley. >> chris: show them the grill. that's what the guys call that celebrat >> kirk: remember, your legacy as j.t. barrett is your intangibles, your leadership. the game's on the line. you're the x-factor, you make great decisions. he's got another potential chapter here. let's see what he does here with 4:21 left. >> chris: haley, who had the touchdown, starting corner, not in the game right now. giving him a breather. barrett chased immediately. escapes again. eyes down field. but he'll just scoot out of
lions are getting after the quarterback. >> kirk: miscommunication on the offensive line by ohio state on the right side with billy price and isaiah proinince. ohio state has had trouble with jones and prince, with outside pressure. it's been a concern for them. sometimes causing them to jump a little bit, a little early. but right now, penn state with schwan 94 and sickels 90, they have cranked up the outside pressure on barrett. >> chris: j.t. got to hurry here. just gets it away. from the pocket, delivers to samuel. stepped out of bounds before he was shoved out by a defender. it will be third down and short. >> kirk: see if he stays inbounds there. >> chris: is there some green
doesn't matter. he got another yard. >> kirk: penn state, they're not feeling threatened down field at all. it's really about ohio state. they're trying to keep everything in front, and trying to rally to the football. >> chris: still making do without haley, the corner who is getting a breather after that scooped up blocked field goal. j.t. takes off. a flag -- false start before the play, so, hold on. nobody could hear the whistle in the no >> kirk: the tight end moved, who was outflanked as a receiver, balugh, that time. >> referee: false start. offense, number 85. five-yard penalty. replay third down. >> chris: another tough environment, this ohio state offense has executed tonight, but that could be crucial. >> kirk: that is what your murbn meyer wants. that's the kind of call you can run the quarterback, and that
but because baugh jumps, now, you push them back. see now, the middle of the top, up here. jumps a little early here. now, you're looking at third and nine. >> chris: does j.t. have some more magic? lions rush four. barrett has to step up and samuel, and they move the sticks. clutch. >> kirk: boy, i tell you. curtis samuel has made some big plays here. he's going to work into the middle here. does a great job and how about j.t. barrett? watch him work in the pocket. keeps his focus down field and a nice job of finding curtis samuel. look at the eyes. he knows exactly where he wants to go with the ball. but to be able to maneuver around inside that pocket, keep
>> chris: good catch, too. samuel got hit as soon as the ball arrived. they get 14 on third and nine. now barrett. just dumped it off short. took a brief look down field, kirk, but again, just has to check it down to weber. >> kirk: penn state taking away anything that might be down field. again, if you're the defensive coordinator, that's the message to this defense. they've played very well. i don't think, again, they feel threatened by the vertical pass, but they want to keep everything football here, getting down close to two minutes with ohio state, still with two time-outs remaining. >> chris: with this clock running, this is beginning to feel like, who knows, maybe ohio state's last chance? barrett chased again. again flips it to weber, who works the sidelines and will
third and short now. >> kirk: penn state getting tremendous pressure. they not even blitzing here. they're rushing four and whipping the ohio state offensive line in pass protection. it's very, very hard to execute in a passing game when a defensive line is doing a good job of getting pressure with four, and they've got seven guys looking into the eyes of j.t. barrett, without a vertical passing game. makings it pretty hard on the te man-to-man across the board here. >> chris: empty backfield again, and once again, barrett has to hurry. delivers. broke -- oh the catch is made. wilson just able to make the catch as the lions were jumping to try for the pick. >> kirk: i thought malik golden, 6, he gets a jump on it. he comes in just a little bit late. j.t. barrett gets the ball out of his hands quickly and he put
body. >> chris: so, barrett has made two clutch plays to keep this drive alive. approaching 1:30 left. blitz again. barrett. just has to throw the ball away to avoid a sack. pressure from thmiller. >> kirk: and this time, penn state actually bringing the blitz. they are mixing up doing a good job of mixing up coverage down field. you see manny bowen here, the middle -- the outside linebacker gets in there. almost affects him. they chase him out of the pocket. miller almost gets to him. and barrett, very, very fortunate to keep that play alive and just be able to throw it away to stop the clock and not have the sack and have to use a time-out.
barrett. going down field. taking a deep shot -- and it's off the helmet. james clark was out there, i thought it bounced off his head. jordan smith was in coverage. >> kirk: it was a great throw. i don't know if he lost the football? the ball bounced, it looked like off of his forehead. right off of his helmet. ball is thrown right on the money here and -- right hand, he uses to pull down, yeah, right off the face mask. >> chris: the arm pulled just before the ball got there by jordan smith. just a split second, but not enough to draw a flag. third and ten. buckeye fans, of course, will scream for interference, but that was -- that was close. barrett. sacked!
got him. it's fourth and real long. >> kirk: they slant the defensive line this way and they bring cabinda around to the right of isaiah prince, 59. see how he collapsed down? made it easy for cabinda to come down. well designed blitz there by penn state and the leader, who has missed the last four games, comes up with a huge play for the nittany lion defense. >> chris: and ohio state, kirk, is going to have to convert on fourth and they were so methodical on this drive, you and i were watching the clock bleed away, took a long time to get things going here, they don't have enough time now. to punt it away and stop penn state. they're going to have to try to convert on fourth and 23. >> kirk: especially with only one time-out. you really don't have a much of a choice here. you've got to come up with a play. you got to figure out a way, i'm sure, think about all the playmakers that you have, curtis samuel, you would think, gives
>> chris: talking about a football program that's still trying to emerge from sanctions. from shame. it has not had a signature win under james franklin. they've beaten the people they're supposed to beat. they have not beaten the teams they're not expected to beat. tonight would certainly fall into that category. a 20-point underdog at home, down 14 entering the fourth quarter. one defensive play away breakthrough, landmark victory. fourth and 23. barrett. steps up. pressured again and dropped! and penn state is going to get their signature win on a
thanks to special teams and a pass rush and just enough clutch offensive plays. >> kirk: it's garrett sickels and evan schwan. they have done it all night. coming off the edge. force j.t. barrett to step up into the pocket. and there's nowhere for him to go. >> chris: kirk, has the biggest surprise been to you, ohio state offensive line's inability to control penn state's front? >> kirk: yeah. yeah. and i think, you know, if you look at the last two weeks against indiana and wisconsin, i'm sure that's a big part of urban meyer and ed warinner's frustration. >> chris: an o-line that had given up five sacks all season, gave up five in the second half to penn state.
the line of scrimmage to run the football, that's -- that makes it really tough on a play caller to be able to come up with it. right now, this is more about james franklin and penn state and what they overcame tonight, and as you said, you use a victory like this, this could be a game-changer for this program and where they're trying to take this program and they had some seniors step up, come back for some injuries tonight. >> chris: cabinda there, he's one of them. jason cabinda. this was an all-in effort by the lions who were down 21-7 and found a way to fight back and win this football game. >> chris: 59 seconds until the ford wrapup show, on a night that penn state fans and these players will not forget. that was marcus allen who made the block of the field goal, his buddy haley took 60 yards for a touchdown. mcsorley, shotgun victory formation, as the seconds tick
really had an upset that really shakes things up until tonight, as number 2 is going to go down. >> kirk: yeah. it always happens. every year, you think you have an idea of how things are going to play out and they never quite do and this is a big upset. the first domino, but again, this, to me, isn't really about the standings or the rankings of the playoff. to me, this is a great football game and penn state deserves a lot of credit for the way they were able to make plays. their offense with mcsorley, didn't look like they were going to have enough tonight, but they did. they came up with it. this is a big one. >> chris: not since 1964 has an unranked penn state team beaten an opponent ranked in the top two. way before all these students were born and their parents were born. a night that those here will not forget.
sam has coach franklin. >> well, chris, i can't hear you -- after being an underdog at home, what does this win do for your program? >> i'm just happy for our kids, i really am. just happy for the kids. the kids, the former players, the lettermen, this town has been through a lot. so, this is the start of our healing process tonight, so, couldn't be prouder. >> coach, when you look at the performance that line had against an impressive offensive line and the penetration they got tonight, what can you day about their performance? >> i want to say something real quick. my niece and nephew, kendra and jeremy, lost their dad on tuesday night. and this game, and this win is for them, as well. >> coach, appreciate you saying that. >> well, this valley hasn't been this happy in a long time.
and overthrowing emotions on the penn state side. talk about the ohio state side in a moment, because they will feel like they let this game slip away, blew it was special teams blunders. but penn state showing tremendous resilience, down after a dominant third quarter by ohio state. penn state had negative yards total offense in that third quarter. put together a 17-0 run in the fourth quarter. see the northwestern mutual top five. ohio state going down, no doubt michigan will move up, will have clemson at florida state next week, as the tigers will be severely tested. but what a -- what a special football game. mcsorley, winner, right? that's the label he has, and, he had a ton of help from all ph phases of the game. >> kirk: this has to be the
this campus. i can't -- can you remember the last win they had? maybe 2005 when they beat ohio state? >> chris: you'd have to go back more than a decade. >> kirk: it's a long time. and this is -- big opportunity and, you know, it got off to a slow start when they were down, but -- more than anything, if you're james franklin, the resiliency of his team, i think, is really, really impressive, for them to be able to fight back w spilled out onto the field at beaver stadium. what a scene down here. when you consider they beat an ohio state team that had been one of the great road teams, we've seen in this sport ever, a 20-game winning streak in true road games snapped and a tremendous fourth quarter team. ohio state outscored opponents in the fourth quarter 62-7. 17-0 fourth quarter for penn state. again, the blocked punt, set up a field goal and the blocked field goal provides the winning points. >> kirk: i have to go back to
put a couple balls into the air and his receivers adjusted and made plays on it. got them within a touchdown. and had the blocked punt. they hit a field goal and it was just an avalanche. it was like they've been waiting and waiting for this kind of game and this kind of opportunity and they never gave up. felt like the stadium may have given up a little bit when it was 21-7, but those players and those coaches never gave up, and they put themselves in a position to be able to win this game. >> chris: what a unforgettable night for the nittany lions and their fans, as they stun ohio state with 17 in the fourth quarter, 24-21. we're at tallahassee next saturday night for the clemson tigers and the seminoles. this game was produced by bill ponne ponnell. for our entire crew here in happy valley, a monumental whiteout night for penn state. and we'll see you next week from
up right now as we send it to cassidy hubbarth. >> thanks, chris. so, number 2, ohio state, goes down in a stunner. welcome into the ford wrapup, i'm cassidy hubbarth. meanwhile, the number 1 team in the country rolled. and they showed they don't even need their offense on the field to score. alabama with an fbs high 12 non-offensive touchdowns this season, which happens to equal the number allowed by the tide defense. so, bama, with no shortage of ways to find the end zone. taking on the only undefeated team in the s.e.c. entering the day. texas a&m. they were down 14-13 until jalen hurts finds calvin rideley for the touchdown. they go back up and didn't look back. later in the third, keith ford. he can't handle the handoff and jonathan allen scoops up the loose ball and returns it 30 yards for the score. the tide score 20 unanswered to
illinois. michigan, lining up in that single file formation at the goal line. and they run up to the line, wilton spate finds a wide open jake butte for the t.d. michigan wins it 41-8. next, they have michigan state, who lost to maryland tonight. number 5 washington taking on oregon state. up 31-3. jake browning, deep to dante pettis. browning with three passing tds and one rushing. washington, in joke. they win 41-17. louisville and nc state. lamar jackson continuing to build his heisman campaign. 431 total yards, responsible for four tds. 34 in the season. they win big. elsewhere, number 8, nebraska, avenged last year's loss against purdue. they improve to 7-0 with a 27-14 win. number 10 wisconsin, win on the
virginia. skyler howard throws to caron white. white with four passing tds. west virginia goes on to win 34-10 for their first 6-0 start since 2006. number 16, oklahoma, taking on texas tech. third quarter. baker mayfield, whoa, what a nice one-handed catch by joe mixon. he made that look easy. 33 yards for the score. this game is still in progress, 59-52, oklahoma with about eight to play in the fourth. joe williams, after coming back from retirement recently, huge game. school record 332 rushing yards. utah wins it 52-45. "college gameday" going to be in salt lake city next week for their match-up with washington. colorado trying to keep pace in the pac-12. third and 13. shea fields. colorado wins it 10-5. yes, that's the real score.
now, the power five, they tend to have the edge for the final four, while the group of five tend to fight for a shot at the golden ticket into a new year's six bowl. 14th ranked boise state won last night and is on the heels of houston for that coveted spot. the cougars are starting to lose their momentum. they were visiting smu tonight. end of the second quarter. smu up 21-7. ben hicks to james proche. smu with their first win over a 38-16, the final. western michigan hosting eastern michigan. core r cory davis, what a catch. western michigan wins 45-31 and improved to 8-0. memphis taking on number 25 navy. third quarter. navy up. will worth. will worth, career high five td inside this game. navy wins it 41-28. number 17 arkansas at number 21
part of 543 rushing yards for the tigers. number 23 ole miss and number 25 lsu. welcome back leonard fournette. 76 yards for the touchdown. this coming after he missed the last three games. and right now, leonard fournette, 12 carries for 254 yards and three tds, as lsu leads 31-21 in the third, and you can s watch espn. that's it for the ford wrapup. i'm cassidy hubbarth. you've been watching the ford wrapup, presented by the new 2017 ford escape. be unstoppable. without the right tools, a five minute job can turn into a five hour job. so when it comes to your tools, choose wisely, grasshopper. case in point: ford transit. with three roof heights, and three body lengths to choose from, transit has the most configurations of
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about it. reid: the one-on-one interview you will only see here. we get started with breaking news from new hampshire. police are investigating a mystery involving a missing teenager in nashua. good to have you with us. i'm reid lamberty. nichole: i'm nichole berlie. police think last night's stormy weather may have played a role in his disappearance. newscenter 5's juli mcdonald is live in nashua. juli: between two and night. it is caused -- it did cause street flooding. when police and firefighters responded to an open flood drain, the water was rushing so heavily they could not tell if anyone was inside. it was not until this morning the teen was reported missing. >> you have a lot of people out there that care about you. just come home. juli: a frantic message for
walking, he actually disappeared right here and they think he fell into a manhole and was swept into the river. juli: a passerby reported an open storm drain. personal belongings, but no id were found beside it. jacob is seen holding those items before he disappeared. >> they left the football game and he was headed home. he house. juli: multiple agencies are scouring the nashua and merrimack rivers and the entire underwater storm drain system in that area. >> we block every drain and yelled into it. juli: jacob's family is conducting their own search. >> i just hope that he maybe fell in and he is hanging on and maybe it is too cold to yell. maybe we will see him, we will hear him. just can't stop trying, you
white male, five foot eight, he weighs about 200 pounds. he has black hair and blue eyes. the photo that you see of jacob, he is wearing the same outfit that he had on friday night when he was last seen. nashua police tell us they plan to release the latest on this investigation tomorrow at noon. stay with newscenter 5 as we continue to update you. juli mcdonald, wcvb newscenter 5 . nichole: many of us. a few areas even seen some snow. look at these pictures from the national weather service. flakes in western mass. my goodness. say it ain't snow. mike: it is. but with elevation, very isolated, a lot of melting through the ground. it is the season we are headed toward. there is snow on radar.
see snowflakes. we are dealing with elevated areas. there could be a bit of accumulation going on and reduced visibility. as we travel closer to the city, we have had a few rain showers and what snowflakes to go with it. we are winding things down. as we had through 2:00 in the morning, you will see what snowflakes showing up, isolated showers, primarily off to the west. you start tomorrow with gray skies, but look what happens. the it's going to be cold and very windy. we have a wind advisory. gusts of 45-50 miles per hour are not out of the question. it will be a very breezy day. most tonight will drop into the 40's. i will show you when the temperatures warm back up when we get rid of that wind, and the next chance for rain coming up in a few moments. nichole: cleanup underway in worcester after torrential downpours last night. the heavy rains dumped more than
drainage systems backed up in several neighborhoods. you could see right there the city experienced major flooding, as well as power outages and submerged cars. >> because of the drought we are in, we were looking forward to some rainfall, we just did not want it all at once. we are trying to take stock today of where we are at and what the problems are immediately and if he will have long-term problems. nichole: some good news. waters impassable by the waters have now reopened. reid: the mbta investigating an assault on one of their bus drivers. the altercation taking place place while the driver was on duty. the bus was travelling along the burlington mall route today. the driver sustained only minor injuries and will be ok. one man was arrested. new tonight at&t says it is , buying time warner. the announcement came tonight after days of rumors. at&t will use its infrastructure to deliver time warner content, which includes hbo, cnn, and
federal regulators will have the final say on whether the deal goes through. nichole: one of the boston police officers shot last week in east boston is out of the hospital tonight. officer matthew morris was discharged from mgh today. bpd says he's headed to spaulding rehab for continued treatment. the second officer injured , richard cintolo, was released earlier in the week. the suspect in the shootout last week on gladstone street was reid: right now we're learning more about the workers killed in a trench collapse in boston's south end. the two could not escape when a pipe burst and the trench filled with water. newscenter 5's diane cho has new information from the scene. diane: this part of dartmouth street has been reopened to traffic after was shut down for much of the day yesterday after rescue crews spent hours trying to recover the bodies of the two men trapped in the trench. a day after the tragedy flowers
scene here on dartmouth street a stark contrast to the chaos that erupted after a water main broke on friday afternoon trapping two , men in a trench at least 12 feet deep after it flooded. the two men worked for atlantic drain in roslindale. while officials have not release their names, family members says one of the men who died was robert higgins. >> he was a kind person. he was an average, gentle, kind person. diane: up early in the morning to commute into boston for his job. as the investigation continues, family members are struggling with the reality that he is gone. >>'s death is tragic. diane: it is not clear why the water main broke. several agencies are looking into the matter, including osha. diane cho, wcvb newscenter 5. nichole: right now there's a