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loss, louisville has a loss. coach >> joel: coach petersen is going to bring them back into the mix. michigan still in a bit of a dogfight. >> gus: and that should do it. the usc trojans when it 26-13. and for the record, pat hayden was right. clay helton is the coach of usc! >> joel: as complete a win as the usc has had in the number of years. >> gus: lane kiffin, steve sarkisian, none of those guys 16 straight games. downstairs is shannon spake. >> coach helton,ton, i think yoy have worn a path in the turf
over there pacing back and forth. i see you shaking your head, what is undermined? >> college football not the greatest thing in the free world? unbelievable, pretty great atmosphere, what a great game between these two teams. >> shannon: you told sam darnold was a cool customer, how did he surprise you tonight? >> his maturity each and every game keeps growing. with himself and offensive line and defensive line putting pressure on the great quarterback we were able to put a great victory up there. >> shannon: you have won six straight, including one against the fourth-ranked team, what should the headline say tomorrow? >> this was a team that those players won this game and i'm very proud of them. >> shannon: thank you so much, coach. because thank you. >> gus: led by their redshirt freshman quarterback, swaggy d, sam darnold, usc bounce off the fourth-ranked team in the nation 26 we'll be back to wrap it up after this.
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the usc trojans defeat the washington huskies, the fourth-ranked team in the nation, 26-13, handing washington their first loss of the season. gus johnson along with joel klatt, six straight games now for sc, but they did it in every facet of the game tonight. >> joel: listen, i was so impressed with what i saw out of usc, because, like you said, every facet was able to answer the bell. this is the most balanced team that i have seen coming into this game, speaking of washington, so they had to play great everywhere and they did. the defensive line, i thought, was going to be the most thin spot of the team coming into the air. stevie tu'ikolovatu comes in as a transfer and solidifies the defensive front. clancy pendergast puts a great scheme, and adoree jackson goes out and gets a couple of interceptions. this team is a really good football team, this is the most talented team in the pac-12 on the west coast right now.
if they get into that pac-12 championship game they will make some noise. >> gus: but i think the key for usc, which turned around their season, you know we have seen carson palmer. we have seen matt leinart. at some great ones have played the position of quarterback at sc. they went with the redshirt freshman, and he is certainly delivering. >> joel: i tell you what, he has changed the mindset. you call him swagger, i think he has changed the swagger of the entire team, because now they believe in themselves, not just offense away, but the entire defense of side as well. the defense plays harder when they know that the offense is going to answer the bell and vice versa, that is what you are seeing. a lot of credit to clay helton. this guy has done a remarkable job. everybody, including me, thought that he might not be the guy for the job at the time he got it. he has proved all of us wrong. this guy is an exceptional head coach. >> gus: all right, so sc with a traditional win tonight. where does that leave us with
washington question mike we will answer that momentarily, let's go downstairs to shannon spake. >> shannon: down here with sam darnold. adoree jackson. lets her with you, sam. you said coming into this game this would be her biggest learning curve, this environment. what did you learn? >> it was similar to the, it was a great learning experience. i threw an interception, had a couple of plays that i wish i could have back, but i thought our whole team did a great job in this environment, especially. and it really is a testament to how well we practiced this last week. we made a couple big plays and we were able to pull it out. >> shannon: how many times did you let yourself look around and take in the atmosphere? >> a couple of times, you want to remember these moments because they don't come that often. when you do you want to take it all in, look around and enjoy the moment. >> shannon: let's go over here to adoree jackson. first i will ask you about the big matchup with john ross, you did let one get away, what did you say to your guys after that one? >> they came to me and rallied
me. i knew i made a mistake, i slipped and fell, and with guys like that they will capitalize. a credit to him. but my teammates basically do the pickup for me. they tell me not to be too serious, put a smile on her face, do this. because they know every day i am out there with a smile on my face and staying positive. so it is great by them. we know there are going to be ups and downs in the game, you just to have more ups than downs, i'm a db so you have to have short-term memory, so i'm thankful for that. >> shannon: where you guys started the season and the win tonight, why is it so important? >> just a testament to how you start in how you finish. we know things weren't going the way they wanted to be, but we have faith in ourselves, that is our motto. faith, family, football. you have to have faith and family, football comes last. it started clicking and i am thankful for that. >> shannon: congratulations. >> thank you. >> gus: at usc prevails, and where to the huskies go from
here? >> joel: they have a lot to play for. remember this is just one loss. we are seeing chaos around college football, clemson lost today. you don't know about michigan and iowa right now. gus, they could still find themselves in the play off with a one loss and a conference you have a gym. >> gus: 26-13 the final, essie makes it six in a row, handing washington their first loss of the season. next saturday, see these washington huskies again as they host arizona state at 7:00 p.m. eastern on fox. that wraps it up from the emerald city. for joel klatt and shannon spake, i'm gus johnson saying so long. [ roars ]
♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10. after some tense moments in one bucks county community, families are now safely back in their homes tonight. police were on the scene for hours in langhorne. good evening, i'm dawn timmeney. >> i'm joyce evans. it was all for a man who refused to surrender after police came to his home to see if he was okay. fox 29's brad sattin explains what happened there. >> reporter: well what started as welfare check early this afternoon turned into a barricade situation that lasted more than seven hours and turned
much more serious when the suspect allegedly started firing shots. >> open the door a negotiator yells yelled trying to coax the suspect out. all start aid round noon he sent text messages to a current or former girlfriend threatening to harm himself and others much the swat team was called in. >> because of the way the original call came and in the nature of the call. especially the fact that i believe he might have text add picture of himself with shotgun. >> reporter: one man was safely removed. but despite communicating with the suspect for hours through text messages, he won butch. >> he was, you know, coming in and out of his front door. peeking, you know, in and out of front window, back window opening the window, shutting the window. playing games with us. >> reporter: sometime mid afternoon gunshots. >> he may have fired a couple of shots from his shotgun out the window in the direction of officers. >> reporter: police used armored vehicles to pick up neighbors and moved them out of the harm's way. >> scary. >> reporter: through in the day and into the night they were not allowed back home.
>> i haven't been here. i don't know. >> reporter: haven't been able to get home. >> no. >> driving around waiting since early this morning. >> reporter: makes know little about the man. >> did you see the guy around. >> never seen him any time. >> reporter: how long had he been living there. >> months. not that long. >> reporter: finally, after not hearing from him for two hours, and tear gas wouldn't flush him out, they sent in a robot with a camera but there was no sign of him. and so around 8:00 o'clock, they went in. >> he was actually found i believe on the second floor, um, rolled up in some carpet. >> reporter: injured or -- >> not seriously injured. i don't know if he's injured are at all. >> reporter: he was arrested and driven away. the his name is not being released tonight. he will face charges and the chief says he will also get the help that he needs. in middletown township, brad sattin fox 29 news. ♪ time to check in with your fox 29 weather authority. we saw lots of people in old
city tonight breaking out the winter coats and scarves because it's down right chilly out there. temperatures right now in the low 40s and there's a freeze warning in some areas. meteorologist mike masco has some pretty good news for tomorrow's eagles game. >> yeah, got to get through the freezing though conditions joyce as we get into the overnight hours. and then we'll get the 60 degrees tomorrow. take look. freeze warning philadelphia county, delaware county and into delaware. we are talking about freezing conditions. these areas are expected to hit the upper 20s and low 30s to night as we talked together after 11:00 o'clock, 41 in philadelphia. go to the pine barrens of new jersey where it's 20s and 30s. mullica hill down to 31 degrees. somers point little bit milder along the jersey shore as we see 30s and around 40 degrees. winds are still up around five to 10 miles an hour so we do have a little bit of a wind chill. feels like temperatures in the upper 20s real cold night tonight with lots of layers needed. now there's not lot of cold. we're seeing across the nation.
in fact mild air down to the south. that's what we start to tap into tomorrow. and that allows for our daytime highs to get back to around 60 degrees. but going down to the south and west you can see there's a big area of low pressure. this is a storm we have to watch as we go into tomorrow night and especially as we get into the monday time frame. because this is going to bring us wet weather. what are we talking about? could be half an inch of rain and these are for areas that do need the rain. we do have drought conditions across the delaware valley. we'll talk about this and another rush run for the middle 60s. we'll show you in the seven day forecast coming up in just a little bit. guys. >> thank you mike. police pursuit in olney lands one man in jail and another one in the hospital. it happened about 6:00 tonight. police say they spot add car parked illegally along the 400 block of lindley avenue w officers approached the car, police say one of the three men inside started running from the officers. as he tried to get away, the man fell but once he got back up, investigators say that's when the bullets started flying.
>> and gathering himself he turns around with firearm in his hasn't. the officer pulls his firearm and at which point in time the male begins to run officers officer' partner. the officer discharged and struck the mail one time. >> that man is in critical condition in the hospital. police have arrested one of the other guys in the car but the third one is still on the loose. now, we have a developing story to tell you about out of villanova. the university's department of public safety and radnor police are investigating a complaint from a student who is a black woman saying that she was assaulted by a group of white men who yelled trump as they ran toward her. she told police she was knocked dot ground schenn hit her head. officials say it happened thursday night as the woman was walking through a septa tunnel on campus. villanovas' president sent out an the e-mail to the campus community condemning the actio actions. now, this comes just a day after a similar situation on the campus of the university of pennsylvania. a racially charged online chat
was aim at black freshmen students at the university of pennsylvania. >> the student who is in trouble tonight attends the university of oklahoma. fox 29's jennifer joyce has the very latest oh and this investigation. >> just heartbreaking to hear. >> i think it's very scary. >> reporter: hearts are hurting in university city after racial threats were made against black freshmen at the university of pennsylvania through an anonymous messaging app called group me. earl illy this morning penn officials announced a student at the university of oklahoma has been temporarily suspended from the school based on information gathered in the case. the hateful racist messages may not have originated at ou but the midwestern school and the fbi are investigating. the now disciplined student to determine his exact involvement. >> that's frightening about the internet it can be bounced all over the place. why target penn and who knows where it started.
i feel like the election almost encouraged people to kind of make think it's okay to say these types of comments. >> reporter: ou president issued a statement saying that the university has "made it clear that we will not tolerate racism or hate speech that constitutes a threat to our campus or others. u penn freshman maggie, says the school community feels personally attacked. many still shaken. >> i was at the football game last night. my mom and my sister are in from chicago and so like the fact that, like, this is their impression of my school like these, like, people don't feel like their community is being heard here, um, it was really hard to watch. >> reporter: penn officials say they appreciate the good investigative work and swift action taken at ou and add that "our overriding concern is the safety and well being of our students and we will continue to do everything to support them so they can recover from this deplorable incident".
the university says penn police will continue to work with the fbi as well as officials at university of oklahoma on this investigation. they're looking to see whether or not anyone else may have been involved. reporting from university city, i'm jennifer joyce, fox 29 news. the fallout continues over the out come of this week's presidential election and it's got violent at anti trauma rally in portland oregon. police say gunman shot protester who was participating in a march early this morning. he is recovering and is expected to survive. police have detained four men in connection with the shooting. investigators believe those men are all members of a gang but the victim is not. 17 people in all have been arrested in portland since the protests started. as the dust continues to settle following the election the trump team gets ready to move into the white house. >> this as the protests around the country continue for fourth night. fox's doug mckelway has details from new york. >> reporter: with little more than two months until president-elect trump takes over
the oval office the focus turns to his transition team. three of the trump children are on his team along it former new york mayor rudy guiliani. >> all of my work on behalf of him has been out of great loyalty and friendship to him. >> reporter: one of the first shape ups the announcement vice president-elect mike pence will lead the transition team repla replacing governor christie. no word who will serve as chief of staff that announcement will be coming soon. trump campaign on his outsider status many of his people on his team are long time washington insider. >> we're trying to form a federal government and it's up to president-elect trump to join his advisers. it's a big task one that's been worked on for many months away from the campaign. >> this comes as protests after the election hit their fourth day across the country. specifically, some of the protests are calling for electoral college to be abolish after hillary clinton won the popular vote of the country. >> there needs to be a mass uprising in the electoral
college. he's illegitimate president he does not have the vote of the people. >> hillary clinton spoke to donors on a conference call and was critical of james comey saying his letter to congress brought her e-mail scandal back into focus ultimately costing her the white house. in new york, doug mckelway, fox new. police say the man who shot two officers near pittsburgh killing one of them also had planned to set off explosives. a robot helped fine the device in a home in canonsburg before they went off. police say 47-year-old michael, shot two officers when they respond to do a domestic disturbance call early thursday morning. officer scott bashioum was killed. the shooter shot and killed his pregnant girlfriend before turning the gun on himself scary moments for hotel guest in old city. he found intruder inside his room. it happened this morning at the franklin hotel on chestnut street. police say when the 57-year-old guests returned to his room he saw a man trying to steal his
wife's purse. the suspect a 58-year-old man had a knife, and he threatened to use it on the hotel guests. then the suspect tried to run away, but the guests and somebody who was right there were able to hold that intruder down until police arrived. that man is now in police custody. police have arrested two people in what they are calling a flash mob attack in center city. fresco user clifford shows us the scene at 16th and walnut about 6:00 o'clock tonight. you can see a heavy police presence there. police say an off duty officer was a victim in the attack but it's unclear receipt now how badly he was hurt. police are still investigating exactly what prompted the violence. during president-elect donald trump's campaign for the white house, he promised to repeal and replace obama care. but is he backing down some? what parts of the health care law is trump now thinking about keeping? and it was certainly a walk for a good cause at citizens bank park today. even a few familiar faces were on hand to help out.
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of their potential. ♪this holiday season, my good friend gave to me♪ ♪7 powerball tickets ♪6 match 6 chances ♪5 cash 5s ♪4 cash 4 lifes ♪3 pick 3s ♪2 mega millions (joe) happy holidays, rita. (rita) thanks, joe! (man) what a great gift! (announcer) pennsylvania lottery tickets make great gifts, like the new $1 million snow bank. (joe) happy holidays! ♪and best wishes from the lottery♪ ♪ when he was candidate donald trump, he had repeatedly promised to replace and repeal obama care.
but -- it was one of his biggest campaign promises. >> but now there are signs mr. trump may be softening his stance and open to keeping some aspects of obama care. fox's will car has more. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump is walking a tightrope as he tries to up hold a campaign promise while making sure that popular parties of obama carey main in place. it was big story leading up to the election that more than 40 states will see increase in obama care rates next year. some like arizona more than 100% increase. and president-elect trump made it clear during the campaign he wants to repeal and replace obama care now he says he's willing to keep some parts in. >> let me ask you about obama care. which you say you're going to repeal and replace. when you replace it, are you going to make sure that people with pre-conditions are still covered. >> y because it happens to be one of the strongest assets. >> you'll keep that. >> also with the children living with their parents for an extended period. >> you'll keep that.
>> very much try and keep that. it adds cost but it's very much something we'll try and keep. >> president-elect trump tells the wall street journal after his conversation with president obama this week, "i told him i will look at his suggestions and out of respect i will do that". he weren't on to say "either obama care will be amended or repealed and replay". top republicans say that trump's plan is still in line with the party you go to better.gov look out our fifth item. you'll see our replace many plan. we're on the same page on these things. it resembles exactly the kinds of reforms he was talking about. >> president-elect trump says a top priority to make sure there won't be a gap between ending or changing obama care and getting its replacement up and running. will car, fox news. you may have noticed dozens of parks across philadelphia looking a lot nicer now. >> they're all spruced thanks to good work of volunteers who
cleaned about 80 neighborhood parks all part of love your park fall service day. volunteers were out planting trees, collecting leaves for compost and removing graffiti from buildings. the event you see right there was at the malcolm x memorial park in west physical. one of the city's oldest and most active parks. mayor jim kenney thank you all volunteers who helped keep philadelphia parks clean good we need to continue to give them -- give these parks tent loving care until we get to our rebui rebuilds and we start getting in the large amounts of money we can invest in our our rec centers and park facilities. >> this is the seventh annual love your park day and it was a good day for it. thousands gathered at citizens bank park this morning all for a good cause. a lot of us from fox 29 out there participating today in the walk to end alzheimer's. there's sewer serio right there and alex, about 15,000 people helped raise more than $1.2 million. it's all to help the fight
against al heim mers. it's part of the national alzheimer's disease awareness month. fox 29 is again proud media sponsor of the walk. it's beginning to look like christmas in midtown manhattan believe it or not. the rockefeller christmas tree arrived in new york city today. this year's tree is a 94-foot norway spruce cut down thursday in upstate new york. the tree's 50,000 lights will be switched on on wednesday november 30th. >> got to see that every year. >> love it. >> turning to your fox 29 weather authority. feeling like winter out there already. tonight breaking out the winter coats and if you're still planning on going out there tonight instead of snuggling in some flannels the temperatures in the 30s? isn't not all bad news though, right? >> meteorologist mike masco here to tell us when it will warm up. hopefully quickly. >> quickly this is very quick, guys. we've been advertising just a short blast of some cool air. hey, tomorrow night this is what