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live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. healthy and hard shelled. if the rest of the crowd season is anything like this opening day fishermen should be very happy for weeks to come. good evening, everyone, i'm katie marzullo. cornell barnard is live in san francisco, cornell, please tell me you have crab tonight for dinner. >> i did, it was amazing, you know what, the boats arriving here at the pier for the first catch of the day. amazing dungeness crab, heading to a supermarket near you probably right now. the first haul from the crab boat marine is back at pier 45.
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and look what they caught. almost 4,000 pounds of plump, healthy crustaceons, they have been chasing them since thursday when many set the pod traps. but nobody is saying. >> i haven't even told my mother. >> reporter: i think they look great, they're hard shell. seem to be full. >> reporter: max is so impressed with the haul he bought almost 40,000 pounds of crab for his distributor. >> thank god we got started on time. the crab is coming in and everything is beautiful. >> reporter: larry colins is president of the crab association, he reports little drama with the price per negotiation, $3 per pound, same
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as last year. but in 2013, there was a dispute. for some of the crabs, the journey really has only begun not only here in the bay area but around the world. these crabs are soon headed to tables in china. the abundance of crab seems to be climbing, despite the limits, 175 per boat. after a long 48 hours at sea, the quest for crab begins again for bobby mcharry. but now at least? >> we're tired, my wife is going to be happy. >> tired? >> a good type of tired. developing news in san francisco. there has been a deadly stabbing in the tenderloin neighborhood,
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near farrell streets. the ambulance took the victim to san francisco general hospital where he died only minutes later. police do not have a suspect description. tonight, a woman is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries after being hit by a truck in san francisco's portrero hill. she was in a cross walk at 25th and utah streets just before 6:00 when she was hit by the truck which was making a left-hand turn. police have not said if they arrested or cited the driver. police in concord arrested a teacher suspected of inappropriately touching a 16-year-old boy, 40-year-old john o'brien is accused of touching his teen over his clothes back in september. the davis enterprise reports o'brien was mentoring the boy. he is on unpaid leave right now. >> a richmond man was sentenced
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to ten years in prison for having sex with a 14-year-old girl. nicholas wetzel met the girl on facebook, the two had sex at his home and in a hotel in may. in august he pled guilty to transportation of a minor for illegal sexual activity. a man was arrested today as police say he aimed a laser at a helicopter. the police chief and his officers zeroed in on the suspect immediately and made the arrest. a plane was forced to turn back after it hit a bird last night, now back in service. sky 7 shows the plane after it landed at oakland international airport. it was heading to seattle after it hit the bird. the passenger took this picture as he exited the plane. they arrived in seattle on board a replacement jet earlier this morning. some air travellers in the bay area hit a bump in the road today when they found out super shuttle was not in service at
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any of the three airports. abc reporter lisa amin gulezian has more. >> reporter: hi, the shuttle has been here behind me, we have been here all evening long and only saw two super shuttles. so the once most inconvenienced are the travellers. that is the news she got after arriving from seattle. and she just received this confirmation text from super shuttle moments before. >> it says welcome to sfo, proceed to middle curb. >> reporter: when she called super shuttle. >> i'm a little bit frustrated. they said they would give me a refund, and there was no explanation. >> reporter: according to the call center, a computer outage wiped out all the information at s sfo. it happened overnight and nobody
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knows when it will be fixed. but the driver has another information. >> the drivers got together and decided to have a sick-out or strike, and from what i understand it will be for two days. >> reporter: he says he has friends working for super shuttle. and says they are frustrated by a new rate the drivers have to fit. but he admits, with others out of the way independence workers like him will be there. the ones not happy and downright angry are the tired travellers. >> to think i have to wait another 30 to 60 minutes to get to my location. >> you don't want to wait. so i think the company is going to have to step up or people will go elsewhere. >> reporter: strangely, i did see two super shuttle drivers working. neither would comment. at san francisco international, lisa amin
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and this is the second phase of a $3 million renovation at the ferry terminal. passengers can use the alameda terminal during construction, the terminal will reopen in time for the monday morning commute. let's head over to abc 7 meteorologist drew tuma and possibly a look at what the commute will look like next week. >> tonight, quiet continues, live doppler hd 7 having a pretty easy job, no satellite radar imagery. there is a chance we'll get rain. tonight, cool conditions especially in the north bay dropping to the low 40s. 53 in san francisco, 48, the overnight low in san jose. and they are showing you an active storm track pattern. multiple chances for rain will happen. we'll detail the timing with that. and i'll see you in just a few moments. still ahead on abc 7 news at
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11:00, more problems with water service in napa. the continued fallout from the august earthquake. plus, could california ditch voting booths for 100%
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signs warn neighbors that service will be affected at least until next friday. have you noticed the water pressure? >> absolutely. >> reporter: how much. >> quite a bit. >> reporter: several blocks away from the repair, this family watered their front yard plants which should be a high pressure geyser they say is noticeably less pressure. they described the much lower flow kitchen sink than they were used to. but today it is better than they were used to. >> the other night we thought somebody had water on, it was so low, we were trying to do the dishes. >> reporter: this site has been repaired. but elsewhere, a leak was sprung and was repaired. a napa spokesperson said these water issues are related to this summer's 6.0 earthquake. residents have become pretty used to dealing with a variety of water interruptions. >> they just turn off our water for a couple of hours until they
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fix it. >> reporter: joseph pena lives near downtown napa which was hit hard by the quake. he said his neighborhood water main broke two days ago, the city crews responded fast and already fixed it. this area is proving more difficult. the signs set up allow for dates to be finished. >> they're only supposed to take until friday. i saw gentleman changing yesterday. >> reporter: residents are asked to cut back on their water use especially in the morning and evening hours. sergio quintana. open enrollment started today for california. the city hosted a sign-unfair. state officials hope more people will sign up under the health insurance under affordable care act or obamacare. the coverage allows for should be for people who can't obtain it through their employers. >> they have plenty of success, but plenty of people have not taken advantage of this new
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health insurance opportunity. it transforms people's lives. and the more people we can sign up, the stronger and healthier our community will be. >> open enrollment starts today lasting until february 15th, 2015. >> state officials hope to enroll 1.7 million people this year, about a million people enrolled at this time a year ago. uc san diego will attempt to become the first university in the country to launch a rocket into the loren -- regions of space. the project is currently being developed by student engineers. >> reporter: they're putting up the final pieces of what could be the first student-made rocket to fire up into space. >> hopefully i can say i reached space with a rocket. so -- that would be ideal. >> reporter: they're not doing it for bragging rights or even to get girls. these students are doing it to
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land internships. >> you can't have experience unless you have a job, so. >> reporter: they're taking matters into their own hands working to make a name for themselves. >> job marketing in engineering is very tough, very cut throat. if all the rockets fail i'm okay with that if everybody would get jobs. >> reporter: they say they built smaller rockets in the past, but nothing like this. they believe it will be over 300 pounds when it is done. their aim to launch it over 3,000 feet at mach speed. >> going at the speeds, the big problem is the surface heat. and pretty much anything glue-wise or anything that you put together will melt everything. so we have to make our structure very sound. >> reporter: the guys started nearly a year ago working from their apartment and spending nearly a thousand dollars of their own money. they're now two months away from completion and have nearly
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$8,000 in sponsorship funding. but they say the best part is knowing they could do it. >> the gut-wrenching feeling when you hit the button to not knowing if it happens to landing and it worked and everything worked out and survived. and you don't have to rebuild it. it is exciting, plus, who doesn't like fire and explosives. >> sure, the goal is to get the rocket at least 62 miles high and to have it fall back in a remote area of nevada. usd is informally competing with usc and boston to set the record. we have meteorologist drew tuma on what will happen first and next. >> first, we'll get warmth, then rain into the forecast. live doppler hd showing a quiet night. i do expect doppler 7 hd to be active with several chances of rain. we'll take you outside,
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overlooking downtown san francisco. beautiful on this comfortable, cool night, partly cloudy skies, temperatures mainly in the 50s as we take a look at the bay area. 58 degrees, in san francisco, 52 in oakland, 50 in hayward, 50 in san francisco. 47, and petaluma checks in at 48 degrees. our cool 40s and 50s is nothing compared to the arctic air they're dealing with. record-setting cold is still forecasted for much of the plain, as far south as dallas, texas. take a look at the current temperatures, currently nine below, a cool four degrees in denver, colorado, 21 in minneapolis, chicago at 24 degrees. and this cold air is going to sit over the upper midwest. over the next four to five days. for us, though, we carved out a little slice of mild air, take a look at this. i think a lot of people in united states are jealous of our weather right now. we'll deal with a warming trend,
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temperatures by tuesday, back in the 70s, inland, upper 60s along the coast. we're tracking first a weak area of high pressure. allowing us for the sunshine, high clouds throughout the day today. more cloud cover off to the west. the cold front will move in here tuesday night, wednesday, bring us our chance of rain. highs for sunday, we'll see a mix of sun and clouds out there. 55 for san francisco, 70 in santa rosa and the north bay, 68 in oakland, 68 el paso, then we'll move into tuesday, the cold front gets closer. first, we'll bring the clouds in tuesday. by tuesday night, wednesday, the first chance of rain. right now it looks pretty light. could see heavier showers and you get into the north bay. nonetheless, the first chance of rain with several chances going into friday, saturday as well. clouds, temperatures pretty typical this time of year in the 60s. looking at the warming trend monday into tuesday, 70s inland,
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i could see some 70s even in the bay and maybe a couple along the coast. then we get into wednesday with a first chance of rain around here. light right now, look at the temperatures taking a nose dive. a break in the rain thursday, hanging onto the clouds, friday looks a little bit more of a super soaker. more moisture associate weekend that storm system. keep your eye on that one, even a third chance of rain on saturday. >> how exciting. >> it is what you want to see this time of year, the clouds getting quicker and faster, getting some of the drought numbers down. >> umbrellas. please tell me you will show us more of hulk hogan. >> if he shows up again, we're done with the hulkster. >> stanford needed a win today on the farm. on senior day, they couldn't come up
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this abc 7 sports report is brought to you by ebay. well, stanford is having their toughest year under dave shaw, the cardinal having a bye, cardinal need one more win to become bowl eligible with utah in town. senior day down on the farm, the final walk and home game for ty montgomery. kevin hogan off the play action. stanford goes up, 7-0, after a turnover, travis wilson puts his head down. scores for the utes, just scored at half time staying that way in overtime. utah gets its first. too easy, 14-7, utes, stanford needs to extend the game. hogan throws back across the field to austin hooper. 14 yards, and the game is tied. stanford made it 17-14 in the
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second overtime. field goal to tie, touchdown to win, kenneth scott burns, stanford loses 27-17 in overtime. >> they had a chance to come down there and win the game. there were penalties, personal foul penalties, which we never get personal foul penalties. and we just missed those opportunities late in the game. we had a chance to make a big play. when we don't pull the ball down, all of those opportunities are a close game to win. >> san jose state hosting hawaii, spartans lost three straight. joe gray, a chance to get sparty on the board. ill-advised pass. pounds it in from a yard out. 2-0, warriors at the half. san jose state played an embarrassing game. three missed field goals. just when they thought they were going to get the ball back, tim
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crawly and the punt, they go on to win it, 13-0, your final. all right, final timeout, before we hit the hard win at my nai'm a lineman for pg&e
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head coach with the team off to a great start, steph curry and the doves, showing off the gun metal gray. they play a little two-man game. alley-oop, 13, warriors up seven in the second. off the dribble for the ninth layup. that was about it for charlotte.
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warriors possess it, clay thompson, finger roll and one pretty. clay leading the way with 21. steph goes old school. 19 points and nine assists. harrison barnes, good movement. playing well since he got back in the starting rotation. iguodala, drops it to murray, time running out in the third, who else at the buzzer? flash, warriors all over the hornets, improving to 27 and 2. and bobroski was stellar tonight. over five minutes left in the first, sharks skating around in their own zone. pass antii niemi, add to their lead in the second on the power play. jack johnson feeds cam a
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addkinson, top shelf, 2-1, after 40 minutes, sharks have a four-man advantage. 36 saves, blue jackets go on to win 2-1. the final, this is the abc 7 sports report brought to you by ebay. big upset and look ahead to the niner and raiders matchup coming up in this news cast. >> the hockey highlights make me want to go skating. >> we should do it. all right, coming up on abc 7 news at 11:00. what new audio and video tell us about the shooting of a man in missouri. and plus, michael finney shows you how to use a cell phone. plus, why a judge allowed a
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live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. good evening, i'm katie marzullo. in tonight's headlines, san francisco police are asking anybody with information on a deadly stabbing to come forward, happening in the tenderloin, just before 8:30. officers found the man who had been stabbed in the chest. and a woman was hit by a truck now having life-threatening injuries. she was hit at 25th and utah
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streets at about 6:00 p.m. the driver was turning left. super shuttle blames a major computer glitch for stopping van service at all three major airports tonight. but drivers with the other companies say the drivers are sick and frustrated over a new rate increase. an extremely sick surgeon arrived for treatment after contracting ebola in sierra leone. he may be sicker than the other patients brought to the u.s. salia tested positive after first testing negative. he comes to the u.s. after colin bucks went to west africa to treat patients. the state guidelines required the precautionary isolation. so many people are concerned about ebola we posted a list
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with several things you need to know. including the origins, treatment and system to hhow it is transf new information out on the teen in missouri, tensions are mounting as the grand jury comes close to decide if it will indict the officer. abc news reporter rebecca jarvis with that new video and audio. >> reporter: these are the first looks that we have had of officer darren wilson on august 9th, in the hours after he fatally shot michael brown an unarmed black teen wilson says attacked him. the surveillance video obtained by the st. louis post dispatch, shows wilson walking from his police station unassisted, going to the hospital. the paper says in the company of another officer and a police union lawyer. ferguson police also release audio of wilson's radio traffic just before the shooting. the police call indicates a time
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lapse of less than ten minutes from when wilson, unit 21, offered to help look for a robbery suspect. to when michael brown, who fit the suspect's description, lay dead in the street. what happened in this fatal interval has gripped a grand jury for months. they are expected to decide soon on whether or not to charge officer wilson with a crime. this is what hangs over the jurors' head, the threat of more such mob violence as followed brown's death. >> this was not representative of missouri and it cannot be repeated. >> reporter: a brown family attorney this week pled for calm n . >> this will be a defining moment in the history of missouri. >> reporter: even so local businesses are boarding up. and there is a run on guns. for now, ferguson can only brace and wait. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new
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york. police in denver want to find the driver who shot and wounded an officer during a traffic stop. it happened last night in aurora. the officer's partner fired back at the driver. >> you hear it all the time. it is -- one of the most dangerous parts of the job is a traffic stop. and you're right, you never know what you're getting into. it all happened so quick the officers were not able to get a description of the driver. >> the wounded officer is in serious condition. but he is expected to survive. police say the car was stolen. the driver abandoned it a few blocks from the shooting scene and got away. world leaders wrapped up the g20 summit in australia after a fiery debate over russia. the russian president vladimir putin faced open criticism about the crisis in ukraine. several nations met to discuss how sanctions against russia have worked. president obama discussed stronger military cooperation with japan and australia and talked about a proposed trade
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agreement with the european union. a canadian girl will have holistic treatment for leukemia now that a judge ruled against a hospital that wanted her to have chemotherapy against her mother's wishes. the 8-year-old belongs to an indiana tribe in ontario. her mother stopped chemotherapy ten days after it began and moved her child to a healing center in florida. child protection officials like the judge agreed with the mother. >> reaffirms our right to be indian. and to practice our medicines in the traditional way. >> part of the judge's decision focused on part of canada's constitution. it protects practices used by aboriginal cultures before they came in contact with european settlers. the hospital has no plans to appeal. the mail seems to be the way to go when it comes to voting in california. the sacramento bee reports the
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number of absentee ballots is set to break the record from 2012. that year, more than half of californians reported by mail. the supporters believe reporting by mail would save money and bring in election results more quickly. opponents worry it could cause voter fraud. and cell phone service providers, spying on customers. how they tap into our personal data. and uber wants to let you be your own deejay. the partnership that would let you play your tunes from the back seat. and i'm meteorologist drew
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at&t has ended a controversial program that allowed it to track the on-line activity of smartphone users. the company used so-called super cookies to add a hidden tracking number into all the web traffic on the cell phone. the code creates a data mining opportunity for the company and for advertisers. the practice became public last month, pro publica reported they have ended the practice. verizon says it still uses this type of tracking. there is no evidence that sprint and t-mobile uses super cookie. and we see just how
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vulnerable we all are to cyber and hacking spying. >> reporter: actress jennifer lawrence tops a group of a-list celebrities whose nude photos appeared on line after cyber criminals hacked into their smartphones. what happened didn't surprise the ceo of the internet security firm snoop wall. >> but the best way to steal information if you're a cyber criminal, and to extort someone is on their mobile device. >> reporter: we depend more and more on our mobile devices. the federal reserve found more than half of all smartphoneok users have used their devices for mobile banking. the more banks we do on our devices the less cost there is for banks, so it is no wonder that banks are encouraging their
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customers to utilize the convenience. >> it is just the convenience of on-line and mobile banking has really appealed to people. essentially, you're bringing the branch of the bank onto your phone. >> reporter: but how safe is mobile banking? according to the ceo, not safe at all. >> so mobile banking today is very insecure. and to top it off there is no anti-virus that works well on any smartphone. >> reporter: he says the big gateway for cyber criminals are the apps we use. you may unknowingly be giving the app developers access to your information. >> why are they sending data to other countries, locating people, looking at their pictures and videos and sending and receiving information over the internet. looking at your contact information. it is unbelievable. >> reporter: even apps that seem innocent and safe such as a flash light app. federal regulators reached a settlement withçó the app, brig
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as flashlight, forcing it to now disclose the data-collection activities in the privacy policy. maleski says it is a start but not enough of. >> we find that apps that continue to run in the background and misbehave and collect information are not the ones you want on your phone while you do mobile banking. >> reporter: he warns if your bluetooth is enabled, hackers can listen from more an 100 feet. the california banker's association has these common sense tips, password protect your phone, don't use public wi-fi when accessing your bank on line. close all the apps when your done. do all of that and mills says you have nothing to worry about. >> customers are not responsible at all for any transportations made on line that are found to be an unauthorized transportation. >> that was michael finney reporting. both snoop wall and others say
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you should be concerned about using a flash light app from an unfamiliar company. catch a ride and crank up your favorite tunes. tonight, we learned that uber writers can blast their play lists on the car speakers. uber has given out a couple of clues including sending out invitations to a quote, first of its kind partnership event on monday morning. love the secret announcements, we shall find out on monday for sure, i guess. for now, we can learn the weather from drew. >> we'll have beautiful weather tomorrow. another fine fall day across the region. live doppler 7 hd, dry out there. tracking rain mid-week. we'll track a warmup. quite the contrary to what most of the united states is doing with the cold weather, 18 for the high tomorrow, 35 for chicago, 36 in st. louis, a little bit of snow is moving through the upper midwest along the great lakes. rain in the deep south, for new
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orleans, 60 for the high in atlanta. back here in california tracking a mainly sunny day. 72 for l.a., 65 for monterey, sun and clouds, half moon bay, 65. san francisco, 70 in santa rosa, and san jose getting to 70 degrees. sun and high clouds tomorrow, a warming trend into tuesday including 70s, and then we'll see temperatures come down with a cold front, bringing showers wednesday and then another chance of rain friday and into saturday. >> meanwhile, we'll enjoy the niceness that we have. i guess i should be more compassionate to my sister in new york, e-mailing me like it's cold in new york. >> courtesy of drew. >> all right, you guys are dying to see who is in the top four of the college -- >> hulk hogan. >> you got to get over that. major upset in college football, mississippi state
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this abc 7 sports report is brought to you by ebay. well, no surprise here, but today the niners made it official, he will play after missing the first nine games of the season. they activated him today, he gets about 15 to 20 plays in the game. in order to activate smith,
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jimmy ward is on ir. all of this practice is no way to simulate game shape where you actually play. he has been waiting a long time so he is ready to go. >> i have learned a lot and improved a lot over the past year or so. and everything i have worked on and got better at since i have not been playing, even in the preseason and training camp, it will all be on display. >> yeah, i have still done a good job staying in shape, my body feels good, i'm ready to go. >> tomorrow when the raiders strap the pads on against the chargers that will be exactly 364 days since their last win. tomorrow, number one win of the year. when these teams met in week 6 in oakland, it was tony sparano, and 14 td passes, bad interception later in the game.
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cost the raiders yet again. this is the first time carr has played the same team twice in one year and he is very happy to see san diego again. >> we're always confident, we know the challenge that lies ahead. we know we lost last time. whether it was good or bad or ugly we still lost. we know how hard we have to work just toçó get this win. >> the college season has already begun with top-ranked mississippi state. and bama's defense draws first blood. bulldogs give it to josh robinson jammed in the end for a safety. in the second, bama does it clue the air. to cooper, easy four-yard score, bama pours it on. cooper hauls it in, 50 yards shy of the goal line, cooper looks good in silver and black. bama punches it in. mississippi state recovers,
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replay proves otherwise. touchdown tied and bama holds onto win, 25-20. and florida state hosted by miami. brad kaya looking for the how many. with collide walford, 61-yard score, miami up 23-7. third quarter, jameis winston, looks for the end zone. miami's lead cut to 23-17, these teams would trade three fourth quarter field goals. 26-yard touchdown, last chance for miami. trying for the win, but kaya is intercepted. florida state escapes with a 30-26 victory and extends the nation's longest winning streak to 26 games in a row. the jayhawks up three in the
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third, michael cummings throws it to nigel king. ku is up by ten. horn frogs, now down three late in the quarter. feels the punt, knifing his way through the coverage and he is gone, 69 yards, tcu hangs on for a 34-30 victory. and cornhuskers lead 17-3 in the second, melvin gordon gets to the outside. 62 yards later. 17-10, nebraska, wisconsin scoring 56 unanswered. gordon untouched. 408 yards on the ground, three quarters to play, setting an fbs single record-breaking, 406. wisconsin comes back to win 59-24. notre dame hosting northwestern, 29 degrees, snow did not cool down these offenses, notre dame and northwestern territory.
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first time wins a game. daniel fumbles the football, northwestern recovers a big break, now wildcats, jack mitchell with a 45-yard field goal to tie. it's good. sends it to overtime. tied at frfr-- 43-40, the final. this is abc 7 sports report brought to you by ebay. >> thank you, thank you for joining us tonight, for shu and drew, i'm katie silent night not so silent? with sleep number, now there's an adjustment for that. give the gift of amazing sleep, only at a sleep number store. where you'll find our lowest price ever on the c4 queen mattress-just $1499.98. ends sunday. know better sleep with sleep number. ( siren wails ) ( pop music playing ) ♪ when you're ready ♪ ready, ready, ready ♪ come and get it ♪ get it, get it
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