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>> verne: odell beckham heads out to the right side. the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of captionmax, which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions, are not responsible for the accuracy, or completeness of any transcription, or for any errors in transcription. >> gary: moist people follow this. alabama 38-14. l.s.u., comparatively, now, 41-17. you don't think les had that in mind on that drive, you don't know college football. >> verne: l.s.u. is going to complete the regular season and
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the s.e.c. with an unblemished record. that's going to be a first down. >> gary: a successful season, again, for bobby petrino as les stares up at the clock. he knows he's got this one on senior day. let's give bobby his due. kept his team. he's lost to the two best teams in the country. >> verne: and, of course, a team touched by tragedy, that is arkansas, when garrett uekman, their second-team tight end was found dead in his dorm room last sunday, and this team has to go back now to fayetteville and then go to the funeral service on monday. danny and michelle uekman and garrett's sister, megan, have been surrounded by love by this arkansas family throughout the week. how has l.s.u. fared in the s.e.c. championship game?
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they beat tennessee in 2001. they beat georgia in 2003. and they lost to georgia last time they met in 2005. >> gary: just as a note for l.s.u. fans, the first time in their rich history they've gone undefeated, 8-0 in the s.e.c. >> verne: this as we pointed out at the very beginning, number one met number three in tiger stadium the first time since 19paern. there is the victory formation. that was the classic l.s.u. victory over ole miss. billy cannon's 89-yard punt return. this one is in the books. >> verne: jordan jefferson, les miles, michael bonnet, associate athletic director for media relations alongside.
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a brief handshake offered by bobby petrino. >> gary: he will play again, right? next year. sign me up for that one right now, ok? >> verne: let's go down live to tracy who is with les miles. >> tracy: coach, congratulations, you defeat the number three team in the country. and you secure a place in the s.e.c. championship and your hopes are alive still for the national championship. what can you say about this team's performance not only all year but especially tonight? >> this team has it. they come to these games to make big-time plays. the opportunity to do that is something they take very seriously. they're committed to this team. down 14, they never flinched. >> tracy: was there a thought at all about style points for you? >> no, not at all. we were just trying to figure
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out when we should take a knee. >> tracy: how about jordan jefferson and the turnaround he's made this season to lead your team and the performance he had tonight? >> he has come -- it's just been a growing season for him, certainly. we've enjoyed his leadership and he is the kind of guy that will play best in the next two games. >> tracy: congratulations. we'll see you in atlanta. >> i promise. >> gary: how about that. the next two games. >> verne: jordan jefferson, 18 of 29 for 208. he's one of several candidates that could have been named player of the game. 41-17. for gary danielson and tracy wolfson, verne lundquist saying so on long from baton rouge. captioning by captionmax www.captionmax.com [ gunfire, explosions ]
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>> tim: we welcome you to "the jeep post game show." tim brando in new york. >> tim: in the game you just saw, arkansas goes down to l.s.u. 41-17. now let's go back out to baton rouge where tracy wolfson is with tyrann mathieu. >> tracy: tyrann, play after play tonight, especially that punt return for a touchdown. take us through that play. >> i told my coach all year long that i was going to get human one and i told him high would get him one when he really needed to get him one, i did it for my team, we wanted them to go out on top. >> tracy: you have been quiet this past month. what changed for you tonight?
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>> i just had to come out and play my style of play, did my best to get after all the balls, in the return game i did my best to get up field and get vertical. >> tracy: on to atlanta. congratulations. >> tim: joined by spencer tillman and tony barnhart. this game tilted when arkansas had a chance to go wildcat and it wasn't a good move. >> tony: what impressed me after the game, they are down 14-0, they don't flinch. tyrann mathieu has to be near the top of your heisman his next yore. >> spencer: 17 yards rushing against alabama in that loss was indicative of what they needed to do. they failed to get the running game going. >> tim: l.s.u.-georgia next week. >> tony: i think georgia has a puncher's chance. the most efficient defense in the country. i don't know if they can play with them for 60 minutes.
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>> tim: that's why miles went after more points much to bobby petrino's chagrin. >> spencer: if he does play, both of those running backs gained over 100 yards this year, i think those two will be the key. >> tim: other games to look at as we go to the scoreboard. houston taking on tulsa. talk about houston time, how about case keenum. >> spencer: on the receiving end of this 32-yard touchdown strike, keenum sets the f.b.s. record with his 300th touchdown pass. >> tim: nebraska takes out iowa, 27 in the finale for the -- 20-7 for the huskers. the boston college-miami score 24-14. the standings coming off the louisville win against south florida, the circumstances, there you see it, louisville in a position now with rutgers and cincinnati, so many teams have an opportunity to win that but
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for the moment louisville sitting pretty. utah going down to colorado. if that score holds up, then that would mean ucla, believe it or not, rarldless of what happens in the u.s.c. game would be in the pac-12 championship, with u.s.c. ineligible, ucla will be going no matter what if that score holds up. we'll be back with more after this. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] apparently, the jeep grand cherokee has won more than just respect. ♪
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♪ >> tim: welcome back to "the jeep post-game show." tonight at 7:00 eastern on cbs sports network a conference usa showdown when the utep miners take on the u.c. knights. to find out how to get cbs sports network, go to cbs sports network.com. the crimson tide is out of the s.e.c. picture but they have plenty to play for. >> tony: the b.c.s. standings, sitting at number two, look for alabama tomorrow to shut down the run against auburn, make auburn one dimensional and they're going to beat them as badly as they can. >> spencer: michael dyer, s.e.c.'s leading rusher, averaging 108 yards a game, i think he's got a shot. >> tim: in basketball news, a quick update on the bernie fine story. police involved in the investigation of the syracuse assistant coach searched his home today. fine has been accused of sexually abusing two ball boys.
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that will just about do it for tonight. thanks for watching "the jeep post-game show." a look at what you will see tonight on cbs. coming up tomorrow. the iron bowl. coverage gets under way at 2:30 eastern with the cbs college football special presented by ram. >> tim: for all of us, have a good evening and we'll see you tomorrow. ♪ ♪
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soon to be free. drama in aruba, as a judge rules police must release gary giordano in the disappearance of his travel companion. >> tonight, when he may be coming back to maryland. >> hi, everybody. i'm kai jackson. >> and i'm jessica cartal qua. denise -- kartalija. denise and vic are off tonight. here's what people are talking about. >> the judge said prosecutors don't have enough evidence to hold gary giordano. his travel companion disappeared in august and he is the only suspect. >> good evening, kai. this does not mean that mr. giordano is coming home
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tonight. prosecutors are working on an emergency appeal. and if that fails, he will be free tuesday night at the earliest. >> reporter: after more than 100 days in an aruban jail, gary giordano can be a free man. investigators have not made enough progress in the disappearance of his loved one, robyn gardner. >> when i started asking him about his release, he started to cry. >> reporter: giorda -- giordano disappeared while snorkeling. her body was never found. she also has a boyfriend here in maryland who believes that giordano knows where she is. >> i hope that if he is released, somebody is waiting to pick him up here on the u.s. side. >> reporter: the u.s. department still has an open investigation into giordano. and they did raid his home in montgomery county. >> the investigation includes
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salacious details about giordano's swinger lifestyle. >> with our constitution, laws are probably better for him in this country than in aruba. >> gardner's boyfriend still believes that she is still alive until someone shows him proof that she's not. >> that would be giving up. and i'm not going to do that. i know she wouldn't give up on me. >> reporter: giordano has now been in jail in aruba for 112 days. he has always maintained his innocence. kai, back to you. >> the mother of natalee holloway has been helping in the search for gardner. her daughter natalee disappeared and was never found. anthony stokley was shot after investigators say he refused to drop his weapons. it happened wednesday on edmondson avenue on dennison street, near gwynn falls park.
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officers arrived on the scene. that's when they say they found the 52-year-old holding two long kitchen knives. after refusing to stop them, they shot him in the abdomen. >> the officer has been placed on routine administrative leave, pending the outcome of the investigation. a missing maryland toddler is found safe. baltimore city police say a 4- year-old was found unharmed this morning in the 1700 block of west north avenue. she had been missing from her home on tiveelli avenue since tuesday. police say a babysitter failed to return the baby to her parents. no charges have been filed. shopping season kicks off. wjz is live at towson center. weijia jiang has the latest on the hunt for holiday sales. >> reporter: and the crowds have been steady all day long.
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researchers say this is what they hope for. they rely on the holiday shopping season to determine their bottom line for the entire year. and what they tell us is this is going to be a good one. >> reporter: and with that, bargain hungry shoppers took off. >> they had sales and i had coupons. >> indeed, it is the red-hot sales, raking in the green. some boasting 50 or 60% off the entire store. but on this black friday, another historic incentive. more time to shop. >> they have been here since like 3:00, 4:00 in the morning. it's crazy. >> reporter: some retailers opened on thanksgiving day. others opened at midnight, earlier than ever observe. at the towson town center, more than two dozen stores on their list. >> we listened to their feedback. they all asked for more shopping time. they all it have different lifestyles, some people don't like to get up early.
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>> of course, black friday only kicks off the season. analysts expect 10% more shoppers this weekend than the rest of the year. >> reporter: despite the big crowds and competitive atmosphere, there were no reports of violence. bad manners, well, that's another story. >> i've run into a couple of rude people today. >> long lines, crowds. plenty of people. >> reporter: still, many say the head-spinning, blood- boiling experience is worth it, as long as they cash in on the deals in time. >> we had like what? six, eight bags? we stopped at almost every store, feels like. >> but if you really don't feel like braving the crowds, people here are already talking about another holiday, that is cyber monday, when retailers offer up deals. you're just a few clicks away from that perfect gift. for now, we're live on this black friday, weijia jiang, wjz
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eyewitness news. >> consumers are expected to spend about $500 billion this holiday season, about 3% more than last year. >> the ravens are celebrated after their holiday win, the much-anticipated game that pitted brother against brother. baltimore comes out on top. sports director mark viviano has reaction from the players and our exclusive fan cam. >> reporter: this was exciting for one side, deeply disappointing for the other. john and jim harbaugh made history. but it was the ravens defense that made the most definitive mark on the family reunion. >> it started with a family portrait, followed by nfl sibling rivalry. when you welcome in someone inside your home for the holidays, a certain amount of hospitality is expected. except when it's football. and you're going against the 49ers.
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alex smith went down nine times w. that, john's ravens beat his brother's 49ers, 16-6. >> across the field to my brother, who is along my -- is my best friend, along with my mom, dad and wife. you can't put yourself in many other coaches' shoes. but you can put yourself in your brother's. >> i gotta say my brother john is the sharpest iron i've ever encountered. >> coach tried to downplay it. >> reporter: suggs led the sack attack with three qb takedowns. and we asked you with our wjz fan cam, what did you think of the ravens' defense? >> terrell suggs, he was all over the place. and i actually have him on my facebook as a friend. >> they did it without ray lewis. and normally, people say ray needs to be there for it to lap. but they actually did it.
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>> we come out one night, terrell suggs led it. we got nine sacks on the night. >> reporter: >> well, the saying is, defense wins championships. the ravens are well in position to win the super bowl. >> the ravens will be back on the road and back on wjz a week from sunday, facing the cleveland browns. that's december 4th at 4:00, live here on wjz 13. we're following breaking news from towson right now. captain mike perry is live with the latest on an explosion. captain mike? >> reporter: yeah. report of an underground explosion, kai. this is in the unit block of west road. it's between york road and kennel worth in towson. it appears to be an office complex, where the power suddenly went out after an explosion. fire officials are investigating. they believe some type of underground transformer may have caused this. there are no reports of injuries at this time. at this point, fire officials
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have not found any smoke or flames. they are calling bge to the scene to investigate. back to you on tv hill. >> thank you. captain mike perry, reporting ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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a push to recognize a baltimore great with a statue in his likeness. today, on his friend's friend's birthday, friends of lenny moor talk about commemorating the baltimore colt. >> at the wax museum are a team of admirers gather on lenny moore's 78th birthday to talk about commissioning a bronze statue of the nfl hall-of- famer. >> i know of no athlete that has given to the community as
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much as this individual has. >> people need to know who he is. everybody knows what he's done. but i think once people know who he is, he will get his due recognition. >> reporter: he played college football for penn state before coming here to baltimore to play for the colts. and more with a football clecht in his -- cleft in his hands as he's running down the field. but friends say he's also a hero off the field. >> i call it a war because he's done it for so many young people. >> reporter: friends of lenny moore hope to have it outside the stadium. near the statue of johnny unitas that has been there for more than a decade. >> reporter: other sports legends honored in bronze include babe ruth and brooks robinson. >> well, it will forever change what we know about the planet mars. tomorrow, the mars rover,
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curiosity, will blast into space. monique griego has more on its link to maryland. >> reporter: it's the biggest and most advanced rover to run the red planet. taking with it, a key component, built right here at goddard space center. >> this is the most complex to ever fly at the planet. >> reporter: talking about the sample analysis at mars instrument or sam. this will collect samples of the martian atmosphere and send it back for science. >> that will help us understand mars' history and whether or not it could have ever supported life. >> it will take eight months to travel to mars and several minutes to land. but that will have people on pins and needles because it is the first of its kind for nasa. >> it is, of course, the most tense seven minutes that i will
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have. >> they will anxiously be watching as it lands on mars. unlike its predecessor, it is too heavy for hair bags. -- air bags. >> they have done their job. and that work will show. >> reporter: despite all of the hard work and billions of dollars at stake, those who made this happen aren't as worried as those excited. >> go, mars. mars or bust! [ laughter ] >> reporter: and it is dwl to -- equal to two earth years. >> i'm ready to take the trip. curiosity is said to have cost $2.5 billion and weighs almost a ton. >> i like that. mars or bust. >> mars or bust. that works. >> i can't say that i've really consciously understood that there was a martian year on the calendar. >> i didn't know that.
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>> that's interesting. i have to ask a martian about that. >> yeah. find out about that. we have some very, very nice, out of this world weather. >> take a look at that. current conditions. right around 57 degrees. coming down from a daytime high of 70. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back to eyewitness news. we're looking at temperatures closer to our record highs than our normal highs. 70 degrees is where we topped
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out. although it is a little bit chilly if you were stand out there before the sun came up. if you were out there shopping and doing the power walking from the parking lot to your malls, definitely the temperatures cooperated. 72 degrees now. daytime high. that's the official daytime high. 53 is our regular high for this time of year. our average, we should say. and the record was 75. so we got closer to the record than we did the average. our temperatures around the state right now, 46 degrees in oakland. 47 on the shore. 52 in elkton. 57 in d.c. around the immediate metro area. 51. then we have mid-50s to upper 50s from annapolis to kent island to columbia. the winds have been coming in from the south and southwest, bringing us a nice, mild air flow around the region. high pressure in control just around south carolina. it's placing us on the western edge. western/southwestern edge of this air. the flow around that is tapping into mild air. 63 degrees now in memphis. 62 in atlanta. and that's the direction our flow is coming from.
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we're going to have the same direction of winds coming in over the next few days or so. at least through sunday. then we're going to start to watch for this development of showers and storms, moving in just across the rockies and over the mountains. moving into our region. we'll start to see the clouds on sunday afternoon. and then, as we get closer to sunday night into monday, we'll start to see a better chance for rain. but this is our forecast for saturday and the better part of sunday before we start to see the changeover. warmer air means we stay in the 60- to 70-degree range for tomorrow. and sunday, the rain comes in. and after this front associated with this rain comes through, we'll start to see a real drastic change coming in. heading into next week. it's going to feel like fall again. sunrise tomorrow is 7:02. with a south wind on the bay at 5 to 10 knots. no advisories. mainly clear and mild for november. 68 degrees for tomorrow. mostly, seasonably warm tomorrow. we'll call it 70 degrees with a touch of sun.
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we'll get up to 70 degrees tomorrow. five-day forecast comes up. >> sounds so nice, tim. thank you. eyewitness news will be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good evening. thank you for staying with wjz. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. a short time ago, three american students being held in egypt were set free. and they may already be on a plane, heading back to the united states. they were arrested for protesting the interim government. but as danielle nottingham reports for wjz, thousands of protestors are calling for an immediate transition to a civilian government. the three american students could be home. they were finally set free late friday, once authorities finished processing them. >> all of these prayers that are coming our way have been answered. have truly been answered. we couldn't feel more blessed. >> the students were arrested earlier in the week, amid the growing chaos on the streets of cairo.
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more than 100,000 protestors flooded tarear square friday, renewing their call for the military council to step down. an ambulance fought its way through the massive crowd, as tensions rise ahead of monday's parliamentary election. demonstrators are rejecting the decision to appoint a new prime minister who was an ousted member of hosni mubarak's regime. >> calling for a quick transition to democracy in egypt. the obama administration once against pledged his support to the civilian protestors. >> reporter: so far, the week- long uprisings have left at least 40,000 dead and thousands injured. friday's demonstration is the biggest since the current showdown began with egypt's army. the ruling generals who still refused to lease power promised a new parliament will start
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friday, despite the unrest. in washington, danielle nottingham, wjz eyewitness news. >> once the election is new, parliament is complete. egyptians will cast ballots. a group of people standing in a parking lot, in front of the hyattsville store were struck by a car. 41-year-old freddie castillos heron was killed. police say the 17-year-old driver had a medical emergency and blacked out. his name is not being released because he is not charged. >> we'll be right back. [ girl ] to protect against dental problems, my dentist said use act. [ male announcer ] act mouthwash restores enamel and makes teeth up to 2 times stronger. act. stronger teeth and fresher breath in every bottle.
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for three days after thanksgiving, the maryland state fairgrounds storms into a winter wonderland. the kennedy krieger festival of trees opens its doors this morning. and wjz is proud to be a sponsor again. andrea fujii explains, there are some new attractions. >> reporter: with 600 decorated trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses, the holiday spirit abounds. >> i think they get better every year. they really do. >> reporter: and it's all for sale, with the money raised, supporting the kennedy krieger institute, including kennedy krieger high school. they teach about 200 high schoolers with a range of disabilities, from students with minor learning stabilities
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like -- disabilities, like rafael, to teens like this know wo. >> incredibly excited. >> proud. and very well accomplished. >> reporter: nominated by their teachers for the positions, their job is to talk to festival goers about their school, where each student picks an industry focus to help them after they graduate. in building class, rafael said he would have a hard time in any other environment. >> under pressure. and being confused. and unable to adapt to professional environment. >> reporter: with a focus in horticulture, georgey has learned a lot about herself. >> it's okay to ask for help. and there's nothing wrong with admitting there is something wrong with you. >> reporter: last year, the festival brought in a million dollars, part of which goes to help the high school. this year, they hope to top it. and by seeing the faces the festival helps, they may just pass a $1 million mark.
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andrea fujii, wjz eyewitness news. >> the kennedy krieger institute festival of trees is open and runs through sunday at the timonium fairgrounds as part of wjz's continuing community commitment, we're a proud sponsor. for more information, go to wjz.com. >> we're excited. we're going this weekend. >> yes. a final update ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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a fantastic day after thanksgiving. a live look outside right now. perfect if you plan to do some evening shopping. or evening eating. mr. williams agency favorite pastime. he's here now with the updated first warning forecast. >> well, you know, kai. weather will cooperate for whatever you plan to do tonight. tonight, we go down to around 39 degrees. that's where we start tomorrow. sunshine for the entire day. we're going up to a daytime high in the mid- to upper 60s. we'll call it about 70 degrees for your saturday. the clouds increase on sunday. there could be a late shower on sunday. but really, the majority of the day is going to be mild with just clouds. and look for rain on monday. could be all-day event. rain could linger into wednesday morning. so 50, then 46. overnight lows in the 40s and mid-30s.
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kai and jess. >> all right, tim. thank you. sports is next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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mark is here with the wjz the fan sports report. >> getting toward december. getting real serious for the ravens. on the way to a possible super
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bowl bid. ravens are currently the top team of the afc and being recognized league wide as a top contender. now, they've earned top billing with two big leagues in prime time for all to see. the one against the steelers. then last night, against san francisco. the purple birds turkey day included nine quarterback sacks of alex smith. that ties a team record for qb takedowns. terrell suggs on the feeding frenzy against frisco. >> it's more of a collective effort. you know. and when teams do it, they become scary to giants. those teams are getting a lot. a lot of guys are doing it. not just one guy. when you got a unit that is playing in sync with each other, that's when you get a lot of sacks and it's hard to become contagious. >> so the ravens have the top record in the conference, 8-3. they now get extra rest. and the ravens will be favored in each of the remaining five
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regular season games. stacking up pretty nicely for that ravens super bowl run. what started as a super bowl season for detroit. the league says it will wait until next week to review sue's attack on evan detrix yesterday. sue was ejected from the game and offered a plea of innocence afterwards. >> because of the type of player and type of person i am, all eyes are on me. so why would i do something to jeopardize might and my team, first and foremost. with that, that's why i don't do bad things. and i have no intention to hurt somebody. if i want to hurt him, i'm going to hit his quarterback, which i did previously in that game. >> he has received multiple fines. and just last week, he met with commissioner roger goodell to discuss his on-field conduct. taking to this. they jumped to a lead.
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only to see the home-team tigers roar back in a big way. 92 yards for a touchdown. after they trailed 14-0, lsu outscored the razorbacks. lsu, still number 1, improving to 12-0. on the other end of the football spectrum, the maryland terrapins hope to finish their season on a good note, when they play at nc state tomorrow. coverage will kick off at noon. more on the ravens coming up tonight. >> thank you, mark. that's it for us tonight, everybody. we'll be back at 11:00. i'm kai jackson. >> for tim and mark, i'm jessica kartalija. thanks for watching, wjz. there's much more ahead on the cbs evening news. ,, >> tonight, the black friday gamble. retailers open their doors
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earlier than ever. but will it pay off? elaine quijano and michelle miller take a look. egypt at the cross roads. the biggest protest yet, just days before a pivotal election. plus, the latest on those american students jailed in cairo. elizabeth palmer is there. lipitor for less. wyatt andrews says americans are about to save billions when the top-selling drugs go generic. and for a lot of kids, this is the only home they know. scott pelley on the hard time generation. >> pelley: how long have you been living in this truck? >> about five months. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> good evening, i'm norah o'donnell, scott is off tonight. black friday is the most anticipated shopping day of the year. with the economy inching along toward recovery, the stakes are high for

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