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one. and just the protecting. making a guy go to his left. he slips a little bit. mike brey on the sideline looking for a call. doesn't get it. verne: three-point game. jim: same look. coming this way now. verne: zak irvin. jim: oh, yes. and donnal misses from point -blank range. jim: i thought the pass was a fraction late. he still has to finish that one off. but high screens, motion without the ball. they get exactly what they wanted out of this. verne: 1:45 to go. colton, vasturia. colton was open for a moment. vasturia off-balance. air ball. got it! bonzie colson, big basket with 92 seconds to go.
the shot clock when he buried that one from underneath. verne: five-point margin. jim: start going towards the basket if you can if you're michigan. verne: walton. nope. tussle. offensive board. zak irvin, got it to fall! nearing the one-minute mark. irish, up by three. time-out notre dame. they don't get the jump tore go. but now it's time to work the glass.
after all the games are over, wally szczerbiak and georgia state head coach ron hunter have all the highlights and analysis on inside march madness presented by buick only on trutv. notre dame has lost 13 straight in the tournament when trailing at the half. they were down 41-29 at the break tonight. jim: and if they can be patient with the basketball out on the spread, what a perfect time for possibly a back-door cut. and they're going to get it imbalanced. verne: yes they do. pflueger gets it to vasturia to demetrius jackson. 55 seconds to go.
jackson turns the corner. adjusts. bonzie colson, no. rebound. jim: once again, don't let the three-points dictate your shot attempt right here. verne: notre dame has a couple of fouls to give. 25 seconds remaining. vasturia. 10 on the shot clock. it's in the hands of zak irvin. five on the shot clock. three, no. jim: and a foul. verne: and they do. jim: i don't think that look is what john beilein was trying to pull off on the sidelines. i thought about five seconds ago that he was looking to get a time-out. and that rule has changed now where the coach from last year could have called a time-out. i think john wanted to call a time-out and not get this to be a three-point shot. and i think he wanted to go a
sequence than wait for that. verne: you see the notre dame bench reacting down, 49-29 at the half. bonzie colson at the line where he is 2-2 tonight. jim: 76% on the season. verne: nice. one more. perfect. 10 seconds to go. walton. tip. wagner. jumper. [whistle] pflueger is fouled. jim: it's not going to matter. verne: nope.
we asked if notre dame could come back. jim: uh-huh. i thought mike brey made very, very good adjustments. and obviously the gloomy side of things at the michigan end of the floor, and the adjustments were trying to attack michigan a little bit more off the dribble. and it was the first 3-4 in the second half where they made that strategy adjustment and that's the difference as the half wore on. they that outscored them 40-22 so far. that's why they outscored them 40-22 so far. verne: fighting irish against the lumberjacks on sunday.
win it by seven. so notre dame and stephen f. austin will meet at 2:40 eastern time on cbs from brooklyn. the second round begins tomorrow at noon eastern on cbs with wichita state and miami. at 5:00, tnt that is ncaa infinti tip-off show. eight games across tnt, and cbs. the tournament coverage begins at noon. for jim spanarkel and allie laforce, verne lundquist saying so long from brooklyn. back to our studios after these messages. plenty fast. but it's not how fast you mow, it's how well you mow fast.
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on the contrary, we would all celebrate its tenacity. well, we are the roses, these are my damaged petals. don't ask me why, ask me how! clark: cha's your point guard's name. -- what's your point guard's name? tell them to step out. greg: he said that the cinnamon ice cream was his first sugar of the day. kenny: he got charged up and started talking a bunching of noise.
greg: and the apple of his eye was the ohio state buckeyes. clark: yeah, for some odd reason. kenny: there was a buckeye in my eye. greg: welcome back to final four. notre dame over michigan by a score of 70-63. clarke, kenny, and charles here at the desk. what a great basketball game. it was terrific. clark: it was terrific. excellent comeback by notre dame. they're down 12. held michigan to 22 points. started playing downhill dribble driving in that second half to create opportunities for high quality shots. greg: are you a believer in the irish, chuck? charles: who do they play next? greg: they play stephen f. austin. charles: i like them against stephen f. austin. kenny: this was a good matchup. that's why they were able to stay in contention. the perimeter defense on the
but they are very good down low and that's probably the biggest difference. but perimeter defense is going to be a key against stephen f. austin again because those guys they shoot the three ball as well. they push the pace. so they're going to have similar problems that they had tonight against michigan if they don't come up with a different game plan. greg: all right. once again the irish on their way to a game on sunday against stephen f. austin. they win it 70-6763. -- 70-63. there was great sound from around the country. >> and syracuse advances. impressive performance. >> we didn't think about it. >> the rainbow warriors hold the first round upset as they stun cal here in spokane. >> what's it look to be the team that just busted up everybody's bracket? >> in my bracket i had us winning. all my friends and family had us winning too.
>> and the rams advance with a 75-67 win over oregon state. >> with the matchup against buddy hield, what's your thoughts at guarding him and shutting him down? >> that's on the coaches -- i mean for the most -- [laughter] >> he has 40, it's on me. >> middle tennessee, a 15 seed is going to take down the michigan state spartans. >> you know, there are three guys here that gave me every single thing they had. and i don't care about next year. i don't even care about tomorrow right now. >> when you're in this position and everybody's looking at you, you have to come through. i didn't come through today. and i'll remember that for the rest of my life. greg: winners and losers from today. games continuing on tbs and on trutv tonight. first of all, on tbs, right now
texas with a one-point lead on northern iowa. 36.5 seconds to play. texas leading the panthers, 70-69. on trutv, west region in spokane, st. joe's with a four-point lead on the bearcats of cincinnati with just over two and a half minutes to play in that game. that is on trutv. a reminder for you tonight after your local news, don't miss "the late show with stephen colbert," followed by "the late late show"." but for now we're done. second round action on cbs tomorrow with wichita state and miami. we thank you for joining us. from all of us here in new york, good night, everybody.
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tied up with cell phone chords and pistol whipped by robbers, the frightening attack on a family in their home. and how a passenger explained this discovery. and the eye popping sum a jury just awarded hulk hogan. i'm maurice dubois, those stories aed head in just -- ahead in just a moment, but first the approaching snowstorm on the first day of spring. lonnie quinn is looking at the projected totals. >> right now all the models are pushing it a little to the east than we saw yesterday. the further east it goes the smaller the snow totals, what we're not entirely in agreement about is how far east, so i put something together i hope will show you exactly what you can expect, and again, there are four different models to go through, and they all have a little different scenario, but there's a trend. here's the two systems merging,
and then hug to coast, if so this is the path yesterday giving us some pretty big snow fall foals. -- totals. now they're pushing further to the east. now if you push it well out there's nothing, sol models -- some models giving us a goose egg, others giving us snow. so this is the most famous model that nailed the blizzard earlier this year, and it's almost a complete miss, putting it offshore, so a lot of zeros on the board, but there's a 1.6- inch for montauk, and there's the european that handled sandy so well, still off to the east, but a little closer to our area, and consequently we have snow fall totals.
one to three inch range, and the rpm, least aggressive of them all, basically an entire miss. .8. some rain, but no snow fall. what you should be planning on for possibilities, yes, the most aggressive 3.3 is possible. not a big difference, the least aggressive is a 0, and that's a possibility, it will be a cold and windy day. any snow you pick up will melt quickly. i'll give you my personal forecast coming up in the full forecast later. okay, thank you. and you can check the forecast wherever you are this come weekend with the cbs new york weather app. it's free in the itunes store and google play. and breaking news, a passenger plane crashed on landing in southern russia the airline says the plane was traveling from dubai to rusher.
the cause is not yet known. and developing news in manhattan where a cyclist was stabbed and slashed by a pedestrian just before 8:30 near madison square garden. not sure what happened to spark the violence, but the victim is expected to survive. new tonight he was tied up and pistol whipped incise hid home. -- inside his home. he's telling his store only to us after a group of burglars broke in and attacked him and his grandfather. >> i saw this guy with a gun, so he told me to get on my back and tied my feet. >> reporter: he's describing one of the most frightening moments of his life. thursday moment at this home four men kicked in the front door, robbed him and his grandfather before beating him badly. >> it was very scary. >> reporter: right now police
of the thieves. he says they woke his grandfather at 8:00 a.m., forced their way upstairs and tied them up and demanded crash, and pistol whipped him five times. you can see the result. police sources tell us the thugs then bolted from the home and sped off in a gray toyota, but not before they stole $120 in cash, bags and jewelry among other things. >> cell phone, tablet, chain, earring. >> reporter: a troubling attack leaving them nervous for their safety. null information tonight in the hulk -- new information on the in the hulk hogan sex tape
the jury award him $15 million, and he sued gawker after posting the tape without his permission. a man injured in the deadly crane collapse last month in nhattan filed a suit against the city. the 73-year-old was sitting in his parked car when the crane's boom crashed on the roof last month. the crane fell while being lowered in high wednesday. the suit claims the city. neglect negligent in monitoring the construction site. a bullet pierces the window of a car in queens with two infaints in the backseat. this is the hole it left in the car. the shattered glass fell on the children, but we're told they were not seriously hurt. the grandmother of the one of the babies was driving when the gun fire rang out this afternoon. police believe the gunman may have been on the roof of the
about a dozen shots were fired. we spoke to the grandmother. >> i was at the red light waiting and i hear gunshot, and by the time i pull over the bullet hit the glass. >> two parked vehicles were also struck. new security video of two men police want to question about 27 atm skimming devices in queens. more than $15,000 was stolen from different accountings since last august. and international man hunt ended in a hail of gun fire and the capture of the last surviving suspected terrorist from e paris massacres. the cbs 2's dave carlin reportings he's now in custody in belgium. >> reporter: the raid in brussels belgium ended the search for the man authorities
rest to escape arrive -- ten terrorist to escape alive. >> he was arrested about 4:40 p.m. >> reporter: this is believed to be him the moment he was caught, his leg injured in the raid. they were led to him after discovering his fingerprints tuesday. he allegedly helped hatch the plan for the november 13th attacks in paris that unleashed terror in cafes, killing 130 people. authorities believe during the pandemonium that followed he called friends to pick him up and drive him undetected to belgium when he grew up. at least four others werers aced in the raid, including members of a family authorities say helped hide him he's expected to be extradited to france and tried there. suspects. dave carlin, cbs 2 news. tonight disturbing allegations against allyl man accused of -- long island man
some of his foster children. he's accused of sexually assaulting 7 boys inside his home, and they say he also abused the family dog and threatened the children not to tell. authorities believe there could be more victims. >> the defendant had fostered 140 children ranging in age for the most part of 8 years of age to 14 years of age. >> defense attorney denies the charges saying he was a caring father. the placement service that placed the children are him is cooperating. and busy night for firefighters battling a large brush fire in new jersey. started late friday afternoon near testimony sayerville, and quickly spread, threatening several homes in the process. no injury ors damage to homes reports. we all know how challengings it can be to find
today we learned the city has several state of the art bathrooms ready to be deployed, but for some reason they've been sit not guilty a warehouse for years. steve went to try and find out why. >> reporter: if you're looking for a public bathroom in new york city, this off the beaten track lane in an industrial section of queens will lead you to more than a dozen of them, brand new, automatic self- cleaning restrooms, that for some reason have been sitting here unused for about a deck ad. >> it's time to get them installed. >> reporter: they're operated or should be by a company, but currently only four are installed in the city, and the one we found in queens wasn't even working. a vehicle from the spanish- based company previously had the contract with the city approached the out of order restroom while we were there, but the staffer inside didn't
>> they need to rectify that problem. i mean people need to use if restrooms. >> reporter: not counting new yorkers and those that work or visit here every day, there are more than 50 million tourists who come to the city each year, and just about all will at some point be looking for a bathroom. when i worked in paris 30 years ago they had public toilets like this all over the french capital. 30 years ago. it's ridiculous this french tourist tells us because in new york there are very few public toilet, but some new yorkers think the whole idea of public bathrooms like this is a lost cause. >> in theory it's a good idea, but in practice they're beat up, destroyed, and vandalized. >> reporter: a bathroom break that's lasted an entire decade. >> the city's department of transformation says finding -- transportation says finding
challenging due to access to utilities and a lack of community support. up next here tonight he recollects armed with a gun and he had flashing lights and pulled the woman over, but this man is not who the woman thought he was. the real police say they want to know about the imposter pretending to be an officer in the suburbs, and how you can tell real from fake. also a bold and violence robbery in the middle of the day. the jewelry heist caught on camera, and and t yankee baseball history that vanished from under lock and key.
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