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a new edition of "48 hours." tonight, only cbs. fans have started heading for the exits. and hawkins-muckle is going to be taken into the locker room. in anguish, as you can tell. >> gary: first, second and third down, florida wanted to run the ball and force a time out but on the fourth-down play you can run or pass. >> verne: they give it to jordan scarlett.
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>> gary: at l.s.u., arkansas, two physical football teams that can match up -- sometimes arkansas matches up physically. not all the time. i would assume that bret bielema will have his team ready to play. >> verne: his 24th carry of the ballgame. let's update you on the standings in the s.e.c. east. florida goes to 4-1. kentucky and tennessee with two defeats each. georgia drops to 2-4, and 4-4 on the season. then you've got vandy, south carolina and missouri. jim mcelwain. second season, head coach. connection with the georgia program. he was the head coach of
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colorado state, and when he accepted the job at florida, mike bobo, long time offensive coordinator and former quarterback took the colorado state job. 24-10. jim, quarterback at eastern washington. he said, "i'm just basically a western montana guy." time out.
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>> verne: frich seconds remaining. 24-10. georgia has used its allotment of time outs. >> gary: one more thing about florida's match-up against arkansas. that was a team that was out of gas. they had the bye this week getting ready for the game next week. >> verne: this florida game, because of the postponement a result of hurricane matthew. this is their second game in a month, and now with 35 seconds to go, headset off, congratulations to the team. >> verne: congratulations to the team. >> verne: jim mcelwain searching out kirby smart.
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co-coaches under nick saban, at alabama, and really good friends. luke del rio gets the win in front of his mom and dad. i think he might see the oakland raiders play tomorrow. >> gary: yeah. >> verne: we are going to present the napa plays of the game. first of all, with 10 minutes to go on fourth down and two, eason tosses left side and duke dawson did a terrific job. ball goes over on downs. >> gary: ballgame type play. ridley took the chance and big jarrod davis makes the play. fittingly, toned the game for him. >> verne: 24-10 the final here.
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the gators win it. they're at arkansas next. georgia goes to 4-4 for the season. for gary danielson and allie laforce, i'm verne lundquist. saying so long from jacksonville. where florida defeats georgia 24-10. closed captioning provided by cbs sports division ♪ ♪ well, if you want to sing out, sing out ♪ ♪ and if you want to be free, be free ♪ ♪ 'cause there's a million things to be ♪ ♪ you know that there are ♪ and if you want to be me, be me ♪ ♪ and if you want to be you, be you ♪ ♪ 'cause there's a million things to do ♪ ♪ you know that there are ♪
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>> cbs sports presents "the jeep post game show." >> adam: welcome to "the jeep post game show." i'm adam zucker. >> adam: tonight, only cbs. florida over georgia 24-10. moving to 6-1 on the year. 4-1 in the s.e.c. a look at the standings. with florida still on top. by a half game over a kentucky team that they beat. we'll get to their game in a moment. joined by rick neuheisel and brian jones. how much of what we just saw was the gators' defense being dominant and how much of it was that florida offense? >> rick: the defensive coordinator was unbelievable. used the corners outside to snuff out any outside shot for
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eason and everything was inside. the guy couldn't get his feet set. they held him to eight first downs, 164 total yards, 21 yards rushing. that is pitching a shutout. >> brian: seven tackles for loss as well, georgia four of 13 on first down and coming into the ballgame they lived up to the top billing unlike that second half collapse versus tennessee. this this defense is for real. a lot of guys banged up but they sucked it up and got out there and played in this rivalry football game and they suffocated that georgia offense. >> rick: championship-caliber defense. >> adam: jordan scarlett a workhorse with 93 yards rushing. next week florida-arkansas. gators have to go on the road a lot down the stretch and i don't know if you can judge arkansas from what we saw -- >> brian: they got whipped and embarrassed on the plains against auburn a week ago. but austin allen with the week off that entire team will right
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the ship and be much better competition. >> rick: doug nussmeier and jim mcelwain will try to make the offense as consistent as defense, if they are they'll be in atlanta. >> adam: other action going around the s.e.c. first and we mentioned kentucky. rick. they're clicking. >> rick: boom williams. he got hurt. comes back off the bench. catches this little dump pass from stephen johnson. takes it into the end zone. 28-7 that time. kentucky wins. >> adam: boom goes the running back. two running backs over 175 yards. they've won three straight s.e.c. games. first time since 1999. they beat mississippi state last week and the bulldogs -- it's not over yet -- 56-41 on top of samford with a little over five minutes to go in that game. florida-arkansas. next saturday the home depot s.e.c. on cbs in prime time as well. a west division showdown between
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heated rivals, undefeated number one alabama visiting 19th-ranked l.s.u. the tide has a five-game winning streak against the tigers but l.s.u. hasn't lost since ed orgeron took over for les miles. it's happening. >> rick: can they dimensionallize their offense against the best defense in the country? >> brian: you hold fournette to 31 yards rushing a year ago. they know that's what happened. they spread out the offense. they've got more play makers they're utilizing at l.s.u. should be an interesting one. >> adam: in baton rouge. coming up we will tell you about some heroics from a pair of heisman hopefuls and a thrilling top-25 pac-12 showdown when the jeep post game show continues. ♪ and if you want to be free, be free ♪ ♪ 'cause there's a million things to be ♪ ♪ you know that there are ♪ and if you want to be me, be me ♪
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♪ ♪ >> adam: over on cbs sports network. a full night of college football action. a mountain west match-up. undefeated, 13th ranked boise state and wyoming. the winner will sit atop, alone in the mountain division. we continue. out west as well. monster pac-12, 3 1/2 to go, tied. >> brian: his brother austin pettis, you remember him? dante says i'm better than him. 58 yard punt return. >> adam: is that what he said? >> brian: he put the utes out of their misery. >> adam: washington undefeated, against former huskies quarterback troy williams. meanwhile, louisville on the ropes against virginia after this play, rick. >> rick: bronco mendenhall head coach for virginia chooses to go for two and gets it. up one. he puts a cape on -- lamar jackson.
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touchdown. they take the lead late. lamar overcomes five sacks and two turnovers. they stay in the hunt for the heisman. four total touchdowns. skyler howard, three turnovers. ohio state holding on. they were tested again. they win at home over northwestern 24-20. mike weber on the ground. >> adam: the longhorns over the
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top and earn a win. it's not working. which emoticon would go with b.j.? at the bottom. da'quan barkley career high over 200 yards in their win against purdue. b.c. beat n.c. state. >> brian: steve addazio. >> adam: that will just about do it for this week. thanks for watching "the jeep post game show." here is a look at what's coming up tonight on cbs. a home depot triple header on cbs. it kicks off at 11:30 eastern with notre dame and 27th ranked navy. at 3:00 eastern "trard. at 3:00 eastern it's "autotrader college football today." the nfl on cbs kicks off tomorrow with regional action. many will see the proorts and bills. -- the patriots and bills. it gets star startd at noon eastern with "the nfl today."
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for all of us have a great evening and a happy halloween. closed captioning provided by cbs sports division llege athletes, only 2% will go pro. that means, over 470,000 will not get a shoe contract. no autographs. no private jets. no fan clubs. no hall of fame inductions. instead, they will walk away with something much more valuable.
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>> i'm natasha brown. next on "eyewitness news," she said-he said. hear what hillary clinton and donald trump are saying today about the discovery of a new batch of clinton e-mails. lauren. >> and the weekend warmth continues with even warmer temperatures as we head into our sunday. we'll talk about that plus timing out the rain. >> fans speak out on the 76ers anthem controversy amid rumors of a protest planned
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>> ♪ >> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia, this is cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> a treat on this halloween weekend. warmer temperatures are moving in as the month of october winds down. good evening everyone, i'm natasha brown. thanks for joining us. our saturday has been just about picture perfect so what can we expect when we wake up tomorrow morning? meteorologist lauren casey has he details on our warm weekend in the cbs3 weather center. >> our high temperature in philadelphia topping at nearly 70 degrees, our average higho
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>> if you were impacted by sandy you definitely have that ingrained in your memory so much quieter conditions for us. weekends work continues as we head into tomorrow temperatures warm even further but we do have a rain chance later in the day. we'll time that out. temperatures get cooler on the backside of a cold front. for halloween but really nice fall weather for the holiday so we'll talk about what to expect and how much you'll have to bundle up over your costume in your full forecast coming up in just a few. >> lauren, we'll he see you soon. thank you. >> as lauren just noted today does mark the fourth anniversary of superstorm sandy crashing into the jersey shore on october 29, 2012 the storm made landfall near atlantic city and slowly moved inland. sandy claimed 182 lives including 10 in new jersey, two in pennsylvania. and it also caused more than $71 billion in damage. the storm devastated coastal communities. and just over a week now until election dane more fallout from the october bombshell, the fbi's latest investigation of hillary clinton's e-mails is dominating the presidential campaign. we get more now from cbs news correspondent brook silva brag today. >> ♪ >> reporter: hillary
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clinton's campaign called fbi director james comey's letter to congress long on inyu went he dough and short on facts. comey wrote yesterday new e-mails have beeny had been foundry late to do clinton's use of a e-mail server but couldn't say if they were significant. >> it's pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election. we've called on director comey to explain everything right away put all out on the table. >> reporter: the new e-mails were found on a laptop belonging to huma abedin. loretta lynch disagreed with comey's decision. republican presidential nominee donald trump argued that is evidence of lynch's bias. >> there are those and i happen to be one of them that who think hillary offered
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loretta lynch a reappointment as attorney general. >> reporter: an associated press poll taken before the fbi's announcement found most likely voters think clinton broke the law with her use of a private server. you're an undecided voter from colorado. >> yes. >> reporter: does this affect how you lean at all. >> a little bit. i think i'm leaning towards trump. >> at this point there's nothing they could do to turn off the people that support them which is crazy if you thinks about. >> reporter: early voting is already under way and more than 20 million votes have already been cast. brook silva-braga for cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> voters head to the polls in just 10 days. stay with "eyewitness news" for complete coverage as we count down to election day. also in the news this evening authorities are investigating a police-involved shooting in haddon township, new jersey. it happened at route 130 and route 168 this morning. investigators say a township police officer struggled with the driver of a car after they say he sped away from a traffic stop.
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the officer shot the driver in the lower body during this struggle. he was not seriously wounded and the officer was not injured. opening week for the philadelphia 76ers has been overshadowed by several controversies involving the performance of a the national anthem. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do was at today's game this afternoon where she talked to fans. >> reporter: rumors of an anthem protest by philadelphia 76ers players proved to be unfounded. the national anthem during saturday afternoon's game against the atlanta hawks went off without a hitch. >> ♪ >> reporter: sixers management faced an anthem controversy earlier this week during wednesday's season opener against the oklahoma thunder. r and b recording artist sevyn streeter took to social media to explain that the team pulled her performance at the last minute. >> 76ers game to sing the national anthem and the organization is telling me that i can't because i'm wearing a we matters jersey. >> reporter: the organization at first issued a
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vague statement in response but after speaking with players apologized to the singer in a statement friday. it reads in part we believe that the wrong decision was made and sevyn should have been welcomed to sing. we apologize to her and in an effort to move the conversation forward we have reached out to offer her an opportunity to return and perform at a game of her choice. most fans we spoke to at the hawks game said street should have been allowed to perform. >> freedom of speech. you should be able to say what you want to say and you shouldn't be like punished for having an opinion on something regardless of what it is. >> i'm wearing a 76ers jersey because i'm supporting my team. since she was kind of supporting herself and her people and all of us. >> reporter: season ticket holder robert tyson said he agreed with her message but it was the wrong venue. >> it does draw a distraction to the game itself but i think the message behind it is important. i think it just should be told a different way. >> reporter: streeter has not yet responded to the sixers or made any comments on
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social media about the offers to come back. i'm trang do cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> also today we learned miami marlins pitcherrer josé fernandez had cocaine in his system before his deadly crash. he was legally drunk at the time of the accident. the star pitcher and two of his friends were killed after their private boat hit a jetty he near miami beach. and officials say engine problems caused an american airlines flight to catch fire on a runway at chicago o'hare international airport today. friday actually forcing dozens to evacuate. a federal official says the airliner experienced uncontained engine failure. it happened happens when engine parts break off and are spewed outside of the engine. flames and heavy black smoke poured from the plane as it sat on the runway. officials say 21 people were injured. the investigation does continue into a fed ex plane that caught fire while landing
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at the fort lauderdale hollywood international airport. it also happened yesterday. fed ex officials say the plane's only crew members were both pilots who escaped dune rope ladder. the pilots told authorities they believe the left landing gear collapsed on the runway. >> it looks like it came in for a hard landing looks like maybe they broke off the left side landing gear. however that happened and caused some sort of fire have all that smoke. >> fed ex says none of the 46,000 pieces of mail and other cargo on board were damaged. talks do continue today to avoid a strike by septa bus subway and trolley workers, members of transport local 234 are preparing picket signs. they are threatening to walk off the job on tuesday at 12:o1 if their union and septa management can't reach an agreement. sticking points include pension and healthcare. septa posted a strike
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contingency plan on its web site. the regional rail lines will not be affected in the event of a strike. it is one of the biggest boat races in the country. coming up we'll take you to the schuylkill regatta and tell you why the racers were keeping a very close eye out for a very unusual animal in the water. >> ♪ plus, spooky sights and sounds. a halloween treat from the philadelphia orchestra. lauren. >> and we'll have a warm and wet end to the weekend. we'll time out that sunday rainfall but on the back front of a cold front, temperatures cool pretty dramatically for our halloween. i'll let you know how much you'll have to bundle up on monday in your full forecast coming up. >> ♪
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