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9:53 to play. 55. a double nickel for the
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>> gus: five rushing touchdowns or more since
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they'll get to the 25. a flag on the flay. sammy douglas with the tackle on special teams. >> referee: during the return. illegal block in the back. return ten-yard penalty. first down. >> gus: to mike hill for a game break. >> oklahoma state and k state and going for the win on the last play of the game and picked off in the end zone by jordan stearns and cowboys survive in manhattan 43-47. >> joel: nats a good win for
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for the big 12 championship and with baylor going down and suffering their second loss today oklahoma in the driver's seat. >> gus: caught by chris platt and 9:40 to play in the fourth. first down at the 32. dropped by denzel johnson. >> joel: defense has played so well but going to have to be aggressive here because the tempo's picking up. >> gus: second and four.
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first down at the 47. russell runs it. plows forward and gets to the tcu 45-yard line. nick orr. >> joel: galeai will have to they were running the ball 60% of the time but today couldn't get it going. >> gus: seth russell with time, looking over the
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intended receiver. second down and ten. >> joel: i always thought this offense almost worked like a flywheel. familiar, gus? >> gus: no. >> joel: once you get the momentum going it's almost impossible to stop and they've struggled getting that momentum going in the ball game. >> gus: tried to break it outside and the tackle by >> joel: nick orr has been a key for them today. >> gus: and hasty will not get the first down ond third and five and gets two and guess who? nick orr comes up and made the stop. >> joel: the reason why the safety position has been great against the run game.
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>> joel: the defense is just forcing them to keep snapping the ball. it's a great strategy. >> gus: another great open field tackle and orr makes the grab to lewis. >> joel: this is his third game back. he could have gotten a hey, i want to play. >> gus: over the middle and incomplete. platt dropping that one. >> joel: good coverage by summers underneath and then the safety denzel johnson over the top or number two nico small. >> gus: russell wins it out
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ranthony texada breaks up the play and third down and long. >> joel: he was a track champion in north texas in the 100 meters. he qualified for the state 100-meter final and you know he has good wheels and coverage ability. >> gus: third down and nine an the tcu 20 for a first down. russell comes back and drops and steps back and looking and throws it up at the last minute but a flag on the play. blake lynch the intended receiver.
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penalty is declined. first down. >> gus: tcu defends properly. 7:10 to go in the fourth.
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>> gus: here's some players to keep an eye on for the heisman watch jabrill peppers and lamar jackson who was sensational today seven total touchdowns in louisville's big win and a couple other guys dalvin
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at texas going for 341 today and three touchdowns. some love to deontai foreman but right now i think it's lamar jackson's trophy to lose. >> joel: i don't know. jabril peppers has been wonderful. we have a player down right now on the tipa galeai and he goes and hits his hip and was slow to get up, gus, and took off right away and got himself off the field and ran off the field. josh carraway ran on the
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are off and the stretcher's out and they're attending to him on the sideline. a scary scene here. >> joel: generally when the bring the stretcher out it's done for precautionary purpose. you have great crews that work in this department and they want to make sure the player gets the best care possible taking no stretcher and secure him and take him into the back. you've seen this many times. >> gus: these types of precautions can be triggered for something as little as communication on the sideline.
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>> gus: fox college football is sponsored by good year. tires that deliver blimp worthy performance. 55-22. tipa galeai has been moving his arms. shannon spake will give us a report on his as she knows something. gary patterson concern canned with his player as tipa galeai is taken off the field and will be heading
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and the thumbs up. there you go. the quarterback of the steelers was knocked unconscious and field a good seven to ten minutes. as a matter of fact that game was in the movie concussion. >> joel: yeah, that scene. absolutely. >> gus: first down and ten
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down. >> joel: derek grain transferred in from michigan. a graduate transfer so a senior from richmond, virginia who had 898 yards in his career at michigan and now with a chance to run it for tcu. green went over 1,000 yards rushing in his career against texas tech. almost had 1,000 yards rushing with michigan. close to 900. >> joel: with kenny hill out of the ball game we'll see foster sawyer.
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giving mr. hill a rest the rest of the day. >> gus: williams and kenny hill on the day 7 of 32 and 244 and a touchdown and rushed for 85 yards on 11 carries. >> joel: that was kind of a hidden yardage of the day him running the ball. >> referee: offsides, neutral zone. it's a snap. penalty's declined. the result of the play, first down. i how many third downs did we see or second and long as when all of a sudden kenny hill would told ball down and make the decision to run it himself and he would move the chains or give them more manageable and convertible third-down scenarios. he was terrific in that sense as well.
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the line of scrimmage by xzavier jones. >> joel: always good to get young players in there and develop them. that's one thing gary patterson -- we talked about how important it will be to get the next win and the sixth victory to get bowl eligible. >> gus: second and the extra practices are invaluable to the team to develop the youth on the team. he jitterbugs his way to the first down. a 12-yard gain and stewart with the tackle. >> joel: as we've seen different skill position players enter what remains up constant is the big boys
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and morris and schlotmann and colin. they've played terrific today. >> gus: first down at the 19. make that the 29. excuse me. green. 55-22. next up for baylor they're at oklahoma followed by a home game against kansas state, texas tech at home and will wrap up the regular season at west virginia. >> joel: those are a couple difficult road trips. you can tell the team is running out of gas.
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>> gus: watchdog, touchdown, horned frogs. 26 yards. >> joel: that was somhi he runs right through them both and into the end zone. first touchdown of the season and of the career for
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horned frogs. most since 2003 with the 417 rushing yards. knocked back and taken down and mike hill for a game break. >> florida taking on arkansas and raleigh williams with the touchdown run and arkansas 31-10. their first win over florida since 1982 that was before they joined the sec. >> joel: the sec east is a bad division. there's not great football being played in the sec east but that's something that's going to have to be hammered
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love in the middle of the conference and outside of alabama there's not a lot of strong teams. it's not a year where they're great top to bottom. >> gus: bama is a great team but as we've seen with a&m's loss today, obviously vanderbilt was able to play very well today even in a loss. >> joel: florida losing. these are things that when you move into the part of the season when the conference will be evaluated by the committee. >> gus: and they'll give it to hasty and hasty goes down immediately.
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yard and 113 touchdowns. marks both in texas tech history. three minutes to go in the fourth. and a handoff. hasty. third down and 11. 2:50 to go. >> joel: what a day 62-22. all facets of their game firing on all cylinders. give that guy credit. one of the best coaches in the country not just defensively as jim grobe pointed out and rightly so but the way he's coached the program for the last 20
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>> gus: 62-22 and the progressive performance of the game and goes to guess who? auto kyle hicks. >> joel: 26 rushes, 192 yards. he was fantastic for this tcu team. give a lot of credit to the guys up front but when you average 7.5 a pop and put it in the end zone five time you are the performance of the game andhe td's and when you put ladainian tom linson's name on the board you've done something special. >> gus: they hand off to anderson. two minutes to play. the horned frogs of tcu
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12. baylor losing back-to-back weeks and tcu 6-2 and 3-2 in the conference. >> joel: second straight year baylor has lost back-to-back games to tcu. >> gus: sawyer running the ball. >> joel: to give you an idea how well this texas christian team play against texas they held them to 3.9 yards per play. per play. then they come into the fourth-ranked rushing team in the country, baylor and they hold baylor to three yards per rush. gary patterson is doing something special right now in fort worth. at 4-4 they won't get a ton of attention but i guarantee
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want to see the horned frogs roll into town right now. >> gus: grayson muehlstein comes in. >> joel: he's smart. chose tcu he is the catalyst of this offense kenny hill. >> gus: 20 seconds to go and he goes down. that should be the final play of the game. kenny hill, great all-around performance on the day when
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200 yards and the offensive line dominating the tcu defense led by gary patterson. sensational. the final score from waco, 62-22. tcu to beat baylor. we'll be back with more from mclane stadium after these
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>> gus: 62-22 the final as tcu dominates baylor on the road. gus johnson along with joel patterson. they gave up three yards per carry to the number four rushing team in the country. they were prepared not only for the formations but for everything they were going to do in the passing game as well as seth russell was never comfortable. you have to give them a lot of credit and i know they're getting healthier but coming in at 4-4 when you feel you
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on all cylinders. every facet of the game. >> gus: hicks with his all-around game. >> joel: they allowed kyle hicks the big holes in the middle of the field it get loose and get running and five touchdowns on the day like you said. he was terrific today. >> gus: to shannon spake for the taste of winning by coca-cola. >> thanks so much. coach patterson last week after the loss you didn't want to point negative fingers at anybody but i'm going to let you point positive fingers tonight. who stepped up for you guys?
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got to be about family. it's got to be about us. we became very close and we lost a couple ball games to field goals and we just needed to play and quit worrying about it. we're a good program. we've always been a good program and just need to go show it. >> what kind of growth game was it for kenny hill? >> awesome. everybody always has doubts and he had a chance to play and i was proud of the what an offense stood up and he stepped up and had a great ball game. very proud o >> i think you need to wrap this boy's ankle every week. kyle hicks five touchdowns tied for a school record. the only other guy that has more is a guy named ladainian tomlinson. what's that mean to you? >> a lot to me and my o-line. they're doing a great job blocking down field. it's a success for all of us. >> you were a game-time decision. how much do you think the potential of missing a game
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this game? >> no doubt in my mind i was going to play in this game. sunday i was like coach i'm playing in this game so i was just trying to get my ankle right so i can play in the game. >> how much of a redemption game was it for you guys? >> last time we had a good lead and lost it so we focussed and we had a good lead let's keep our foot on the gas pedal and bring it home. >> a wra pedal. congratulations. >> thank you. >> gus: 62-22. joel, final thoughts. >> joel: they have to get folked on football and not off-the-field issues for baylor and tcu is playing the best at the right time.
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>> nailed it. "laverne & shirley," one of the great tv shows and hollywood projects for legendary director/producer garry marshall. >> it shows you how much joy he brought to all of our lives. it has been nearly four months since his passing. we remember gary. they shot a special tribute for him. >> hold on to your friends while you got them because one minute you're here. the next, you're taffy. my brother gave me a life. he appreciate it. i try not to let him down. >> penny honors gar ri through comedy and a special odd couple special that brings back many stars who owe their fame to him. garry brought the original odd couple to tv. he gave penny her big break playing jack klugman's secretary. >> hello, son. >> i can only imagine how
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this tribute episode. >> he was always around pitching jokes at every table read. he helped design the sets. we just listened to everything he said. >> sorry for your loss. >> thank you. >> he's in there? >> in the episode after oscar's dad passes away, he and felix go on a road trip to scatter his ashes. along the way, they meet many tv icons. >> oscar, oscar. oh, your dad was the sweetest gave me my first job. babysitting you. >> cindy told me she was shocked when she learned in july that garry was gone. >> penny called me, and she said, garry's sick. i think he's dying. and i didn't believe her. i thought it was a joke. then he passed the next -- that night he passed. someone brought me this picture of penny, me, and garry and henry, and i just burst out crying because it was like he's
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>> his loss also devastated the show's felix unger, thomas lennon. >> if you go back to tell the childhood version of myself that the creator of happy days and "laverne & shirley" would be my friend -- it's okay. it's fine. >> i completely understand. >> in my dad's will, he wanted you and i to get together to scatter his >> really? >> garry's wife and son appear in this bar scene. scott interviewed his aunt penny. >> what do you think garry would think of all this? >> he's come in and rewrite it. >> forever garry, right? i also talked to happy days stars marion ross and don most, and also anson williams, who played potsie. they also guest star on this
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couple. now, another tv show garry marshall produced was mork & mindy starring robin williams. now robin has of course passed on as well. his co-star pam dawber. >> i remember both of these special guys with her. she during our interview was moved to tears. >> i think it's anybody that knew robin -- >> it's emotional for they both shot to stardom together on the sitcom about the alien from planet ork who moves in with an earth ling. >> mork, what are you doing? >> shortly before robin's suicide, they had a reunion on his show "the crazy one." >> what do you miss most about robin?
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because i wanted to be with robin. i wanted to see robin. that was a gift. that was such a gift. >> can i get you boys a couple of ice cold beers? >> absolutely not. >> garry's passing is the reason she returns to the sitcom stage in the odd couple episode. >> when they called me, i was like i am in. i don't care what it is. i'm in. how could you not be in? >> yeah. >> garry affected all of ou star. later she would go on to head her own show, my sister sam. but then in the late 80s after her marriage to mark harmon, she walk add way from fame for family. >> i've been married going on 30 years. i don't think two people can work all the time in show business and stay married. i did everything you can do in this business, and then i had children. i wanted to drive my kids to school. i wanted to be there for their
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doughnuts and do the school festivals and all that, and i did. and my husband was working all the time. >> and he still is. >> he still is. i think he was a brunette when he started. >> you guys were our -- >> you were. you were our it couple, and you stayed together. >> i know. >> when you're married, that's real life, and to go and magazines, i'm not for that. my kids don't care about what i did. they care about what they're doing. their father is already iconic enough for two boys. i'm just a mom. >> can i just tell you how much fun i had talking to pam? she's so sweet, nice and normal. >> slow down. in hollywood? >> i know. it doesn't happen. i also want to tell you how much she lit up when she did mork & mindy.
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look at all those stars with birthdays this weekend. kevin jonas is 29. emma stone celebrating turning 28. ethan hawke is 46. take a final look at your choices. which oscar-winning actress was voted class clown in high school? that is sally field, who is celebrating turning 70 this weekend. happy birthday. monday on "e.t." >> that's the way to go on. >> our night out with tom, leo, and biggest stars. and our scott hamilton exclusive. his new cancer battle. >> my brain tumor came back. >> that's monday. we are almost out of time this weekend, but for all the late breaking hollywood news, just go to our website etonline.com. >> check out alicia keys. >> it's off the new album, here, which came out friday. the black and white video showcases alicia's beauty without a stitch of makeup.
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individuality. >> enjoy that and the rest of your makeup-free weekend.
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