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takes a 21-6 lead. >> chris: cal is trying to threaten to chip away at the lead in the final minute of the first quarter. they got third and goal there. buckeyes in a festive mood. terrell newby is still in there grinding away for the cornhuskers. wasn't able to get the running team going. a shock to the system a minute and a half in, the pick six. but couldn't get a tieing touchdown, settled for three. then the defense could not get ohio state off the field at all tonight. >> chris: fyfe overshoots morgan.
conference. wisconsin's defense was suffocating against a good northwestern team on the road. >> kirk: now in the driver's seat to get the results in indianapolis. >> chris: maryland against the maize in blue. penn state jumped out 21-0 in a hurry and blew out the >> kirk: that was an emphatic win. alabama the big showdown takes care of the >> chris: fyfe short of the first down. jalen hurts scrambled for a touchdown. added a late field goal and lsu's offense didn't do much at all. >> kirk: you had a feeling as much talk about lsu having a new spirit, at the end of the day, nick saban had two weeks to get his defense ready. that's a game at the battle of the line of scrimmage. if you can't throw the ball, i don't care how good leonard
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>> chris: buckeyes scored a minute and a half into this game, busted out. a lot of folks headed across the bridge for their saturday evening festivities. still 6:16 to play. the buckeyes at 62, a point short of what they scored the last time nebraska visited here. home team has won every game, all five now in this nebraska's one win was 2011 at home. luke fickell was the head coach. du mccall ducking to the 25. as much as urban meyer doesn't want to talk about them because they have road games against michigan state coming up. wolverines against iowa. iowa will limp in there.
have left, it's a tricky test in most years for michigan to go to iowa. do you see any trouble next week? they have indiana, the home game and come here for the finale. >> kirk: with mich state down, iowa not having a great year, we're not going to know how good of a michigan team they have until they come here. that's the game that everybody was looking at. at the beginning of the year you thought a trip to east and a trip to iowa city are going to be tricky. michigan's big test is going to be against the buckeyes. all the hype and buildup is going to be about november 26. he's got to get ready to go to maryland, michigan state and lock in for a week and get ready for michigan where it's winner take all. >> chris: you saw the west
loss, will drop down to a tie with wisconsin at 4-2. the badgers with the overtime victory last week. they would have to lose a game for nebraska to have a chance to get to indy. >> kirk: we keep bringing it up but i know there's a big celebration right now, even though it's a long way to go, wisconsin still has illinois, purdue and minnesota but it is in madison. sitting where they are right now, because of this loss to because of the head-to-head win last week against the cornhuskers, they control their own destiny. they're sitting at number 8 in these week's rankings. you expect them to go to seven. >> popping around the corner is corey smith trying to make a play. dropped for a loss. >> kirk: the job that paul chryst has done this year has
the opening weekend victory against lsu. >> chris: biegel is out. cichy is out. they've been hit by the injury bug and they keep plowing on. >> kirk: and their offense is still a work in progress with their young line quarterback situation. >> chris: used both of them today. >> kirk: they've been dealing with a tenacious defense. >> chris: ken bone made the play card. did you notice that? >> kirk: i did not see that. >> chris: his 15 minutes are about up in most places but he's >> kirk: joe burrow is throwing the ball very well. >> chris: austin mack, another true freshman, makes his second catch of the season. >> kirk: burrow's dad is a defensive coordinator at ohio university. so he's grown up in a football house and being around a coach, you can tell he plays the game with tremendous poise. they feel that once j.t. barrett moves on, he still has another
burrow and dwyane haskins who's a freshman this year. >> chris: big shoes to fill whenever the next quarterback is chosen. burrow on a slant. catch is made. >> kirk: every throw he has had has hit the receiver right in the chest. i know it's mop-up duty but when you're chance to play in front of this stadium, pretty flinice for him come out here six of six and he's putting it right on the numbers. >> chris: speaking of quarterbacks and numbers, if you look at the heismanology poll assembled by joe tessitore -- another first down there.
clear lead, 91% of the this is among espn staffers. he had a monster game today. >> kirk: only 91%, that's shocking to me. hopefully the 9% get some of the video clips today from his game against boston college who actually is not a bad defense. 231 through the air. 185 on the ground. 7 touchdowns. >> chris: and he didn't exact >> kirk: that's absurd. electrifying. what a player. >> chris: peppers starting to get some support as a guy who's played d.b., linebacker, offense, returner. >> kirk: that's the hook. it's a story. he's a great player, probably the most versatile player in the country and he is fun to watch when he has the ball in his hands. great player on defense. but when you look at the numbers
success, it's a direct correlation to his play, to me there's lamar jackson and at this point there's everybody else in the country. >> chris: they're singing "good-bye." what we've seen tonight. armstrong hit his head so he was knocked unconscious. trainers and doctors cutting off his jersey and shoulder pads after a lengthy period of time. he was taken in an ambulance and a short time later in the third quarter he comes running back out on the field, almost miraculously hugging his teammates. >> kirk: greatest news of the night to see him come back into this stadium and to see how
he just wanted to be there for his guys. >> chris: certainly a bright spot in what was a nightmareish night for nebraska. 62-6. the buckeyes got their winning points on a pick six a minute and a half into the game. big night for j.t. barrett. you get the stats and highlights on the ford wrap-up after the game >> kirk: j.t. barrett embracing tommy armstrong. a lot of players happy to see that he's okay. >> chris: a couple of texans there. nebraska will need some help to get to indy which was their preseason goal. the result of this game aside, it's still a positive season and they'll try to regroup and hope that wisconsin does stumble down the stretch samuel was
with almost electric every time. >> kirk: speaking of heisman he's probably a guy that's going to start to gain momentum and get into the race. >> chris: buckeyes head to the end zone to lock arms and sway to the alma mater. buckeyes bust out tonight and beat down the cornhuskers 62-3. tonight's game produced by bill binle. for our entire black, our folks in the booth, thanks for watching. michigan and iowa, big ten battle coming up on saturday night a week from tonight. time now for the ford wrap-up show. throw it back to the studio to cassidy hubbarth. so long from columbus. ohio state gets the big win in a top ten big ten matchup. welcome to the forward wrap-up. two ranked matchups during this week ten in college football.
alabama in death valley taking on lsu who entered the day with an average margin of victory at 28. this one however felt like points were coming at a premium. after a scoreless game through the first three-quarters in the fourth on third and nine, jalen hurts scrambles up the field and scores. led all players with 114 yards rushing. alabama wins 10-0. today. texas a&m-mississippi state. fitzgerald present for the bulldogs. mississippi state wins. auburn taking on vandy. zach cunningham jumps over the center and blocks the kick. take another kick. what a play. vanderbilt still very much
second attempt from the 30. shurmur looking and his pass is intercepted. auburn survives 23-16. number 11 florida visiting arkansas. second quarter morgan to allen for the touchdown. 31-10 arkansas. another top 20 upset. tcu taking on baylor. finds the end zone. 192 yards rushing and five touchdowns. 62-22. oklahoma state up six, kansas state up. no time left on the clock, oklahoma state holds on to win 43-37. mason rudolph tied a career high
deshaun watson was held out for the second half for precautionary reasons with a bruised shoulder but is expected next week against pitt. lamar jackson torched boston. seven touchdowns to run his total up to 45 on the season. michigan put on a clinic against maryland up 28-0. spate passes deep. michigan rolls for their third win of at least 50 points this season. penn state taking on iowa. barkley 57 yards for the touchdown. penn state wins 41-14. fifth straight win tied for their longest win streak in the last five seasons. number five washington taking on cal currently in progress. first quarter, wide receiver to daniels for the 39 yard line
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>> wcvb newscenter 5 at 11:00 starts right now. reid: we begin tonight with breaking news. a frightening moment during a donald trump rally in nevada. nichole: the candidate suddenly rushed off stage by secret service agents. this is what happened. >> by the way, folks, while we are at it, >> go. nichole: a man near the front of the stage is brought to the ground, then carried out. newscenter 5's juli mcdonald is live at the breaking news desk with what we've just learned about that man. juli: trump did briefly returned to the stage, personally thanking the secret service. during that time, armed law enforcement was holding that
questioning and searching him until trump had left the building. an apparent protester at donald trump's event in reno, in and of itself, not unusual. >> we have one of those guys from the hillary clinton campaign. juli: but what happened next unleashed panic in the arena. as trump's secret service detail rushed him off stage, a man in a blue sweater was tackled and removed from the venue. the secret service released a statement saying that the commotion began when someone yelled gunt be easy for us. juli: as their campaigns wind down -- >> i want to be the president for everybody everybody who , agrees with me, people who don't agree with me, people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me. juli: the candidates doing everything they can to wind up voters. >> hillary and her special interests would rob our country blind.
across the country, nearly 37 million votes have already been cast in 39 states. for hillary clinton, after friday's performance with jay-z and beyonce, katy perry was singing her song at this concert in philadelphia. hoping to ending the campaign, on a high note. clinton's campaign has spent $267 million in television advertising through election day. $93 million. juli mcdonald, wcvb newscenter 5 . reid: thank you. we have presidential candidates covered on election night. both will be in new york city, and so will newscenter 5. j.c. monahan will be at trump campaign headquarters and ben simmoneau will be with the clinton campaign. their live reports start tuesday afternoon. nichole: now to breaking news on a disturbing story out of south
kidnapping and chaining a 30-year-old woman inside a storage container has now confessed to seven murders. spartanburg's sheriff says todd kohlhepp confessed that he killed four people at a motorcycle shop in 2003. he's been charged with kidnapping kala brown who was missing for two months. earlier today officials said they found the body of brown's boyfriend on kohlhepp's 95-acre property. he also admitted to two other killings. reid: closer to home, a deadly fire under investigation in flames ripping through this building on george street. neighbors ran door to door shouting to warn others about a massive fire tearing through a vacant house on george street. fire officials say that building collapsed. one victim killed inside. the building is known to have had squatters, but because of the flames firefighters were unable to go in and search for those people. >> it is crazy for something to happen so close to you. you see it on tv and you get neutral about it.
but when you see it for real, it comes back. the real feelings come back in. reid: the identity of the victim has not been released. 11 neighbors were forced to find somewhere else to stay because of the damage. nichole: right now, no arrests in brockton after a three-year-old was hit by a bullet. gunfire erupted in his neighborhood, just as a peace rally was wrapping up nearby. our nicole estaphan is in brockton where neighbors are concerned for their safety. nicole: where the whole it went into the living room. the little boy was not in the living room. he was in the kitchen 12 feet away. the image, heartbreaking. a little boy shot by a stray bullet while playing with his cousin. >> i was at the table enjoying myself with a friend and the next thing i know, there were like six rounds that go off. nicole: around 1:00 saturday afternoon, several shots were fired on bartlett street in
happening again. nicole: you can see where one of the bullets went into the first floor. several children, who were inside, but only the three-year-old was hit in the leg. >> i checked him out and i did not see any blood. finally i pulled him up. nicole: that is when she realized he was bleeding. >> nicole: she gathered the children and called for help. several stray bullet striking unintended targets, including very visible bullet holes in this mail truck. family members tell us that boy is home, resting, and doing well. nicole asked about, wcvb newscenter 5 -- nicole estaphan, wcvb newscenter 5. a.j.: 48 degrees.
turn the clocks back. a.j.: a good reminder out there to change your batteries in your smoke detectors, carbon dioxide detectors. reid: if you don't like 1:00 first time around, you get a redo. we were on metv two hours ago and it was 40 degrees. and it still is 48 degrees. are you telling me it is going to be warm? a.j.: temperatures are not going to drop that much through tonight. cover acting as a blanket over the top of us. we also have some scattered showers coming out of these clouds. to the north, we have a cold front that is sweeping through. there are vigorous upper-level storm systems. we had lightning in northern new york. the showers are all we will be dealing with in the overnight.
except for the cooler pockets off to the west and north, where our weather is coming from. right now it is 41 in worcester. 51 in boston. 31 in orange. these areas towards 495 were clear for a little while this evening. scattered showers, into about a: 30 in the morning. we will find peeks of sunshine. the coast with an onshore wind. shaking free from clouds. there will be spotty showers, maybe pockets of drizzle. the farther west, the drier it should be. clouds in there for most of the day tomorrow and then we hit the work week. we will talk about that and what the forecast looks like for election day tuesday in just a few moments. nichole: a second harvard university team accused of making lewd comments about
created crude scouting reports about the women's team. in certain spreadsheets, the men added comments about the women's physical appearance. harvard's men's soccer team was suspended for the rest of the season earlier this week for engaging in similar behavior. reid: a violent day in dorchester. a man in his mid-20's was shot and killed while sitting in his car on easing street. the shooter took off. boston police say they have not made any arrests. they're asking anyone who may have seen anything to give them a call. dorchester, this one near bentham road. police say they were called out for a report of gunshots early this morning but found no victim at the scene. police say the victim was able to get himself to a nearby hospital, but he did not survive. so far, no arrests connected to this murder. nichole: we will take you back outside. this is a live look at 128 in needham.
to tear down the highland ave bridge. work on the nothbound side wrapped up early today and the highway was back open by noon. the goal is to having everything free and clear for the monday morning commute. reid: an investigation underway right now after a hidden key to a police evidence room is found in framingham, raising security concerns. the key allowed free access to the the police department's evidence room. once inside, officers would have access to any evidence box. as a result, all middlesex prosecutors are alerting attorneys with pending cases in town. in a statement, framingham chief ken ferguson says, that only the two evidence officers, who were authorized to access the evidence room, knew of the key. in ongoing investigation into money taken from the evidence room is also being conducted by the attorney general. nichole: the man accused of dragging a billerica police officer in a rite aid parking lot caught and arrested. police say eric oblenis was injecting a substance into his arm last night when an officer approached his van. that's when police say oblenis backed into the officer, dragging him 15 feet, before