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breezy conditions as well. your temperatures this morning, well, it is 43 degrees right now in washington. 40degrees out at dulles airport. 44 in baltimore. fredericksburg, you are at 41 degrees. 39 in frederick, maryland. forecast for washington for today, partly sunny skies. breezy and cool. our high temperature, 53 degrees. that is right about where we should be, the average high for today is 52 degrees. we had unusually warm weather which was very pleasant. now, we have seasonable weather. this is how it should feel to this time of year. >> back to reality. >> back to reality. >> thank you, tony. >> let's check with julie wright. good morning to her on a wednesday. >> good morning, you guys. off to a chilly start. right now, we do have lanes open. no incidents to report as you are traveling eastbound along 66 working your way in from centreville headed towards the capital beltway. a niece easy trip there as you continue eastbound towards 495. overnight roadwork at 123 has cleared. no other incidents have been
reported. if you are traveling northbound on i-95 out of dale city, no problems to report as you head for the occoquan. lanes are open on 395 between the beltway and the 14th street bridge. top side of the beltway in good shape leaving college park trying to get past colesville road. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. new this morning, a federal judge will hear testimony today on whether the man who shot president reagan should be released into his family's care. john hinckley has been in a mental health facility since his trial ended in 1982. the hearing may last up to a week and a half. not clear if hinckley will testify. gary giordano left a jail last night in aruba after four months in detention there. a judge there said prosecutors had failed to present enough evidence to hold him. giordano claims gardner was swept out to sea while
snorkeling. prosecutors will aheel business his release at a hearing later this morning. giordano has hired the same lawyer who defended casey andthony. the suspected east coast rapist back in virginia now expected to appear in a prince william county courtroom this morning via video hookup. stacy cohan has the details. >> reporter: he was a suspect in a series of rapes, one of the most hunted people on the east coast. he was arrested earlier this year and now he is in virginia. they will be the first jurisdiction to bring him to trial. aaron thomas arrived in manassas late yesterday. he was originally arrested in new halfen, connecticut back in the spring in march but prosecutors in connecticut agreed to send him here to virginia because it could bring a longer sentence if convicted. here, he face twos counts of rape, abduction and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony. >> we'll be the first jurisdiction to try him. we're just happy to get the opportunity to be able to try
him and hopefully make our victim as a little more comfortable. and if he is convicted, he won't be out on the street doing this to anyone else. >> reporter: thomas is believed to have raped as many ads 17 women up and down the east coast over a 10-year span. those attacks began in maryland in the 1990s and included attacks in maryland, virginia, connecticut and rhode island. he is expected to appear in court via video at 8:00 this morning. reporting live, i'm stacy cohan. back to you. there are calls for changes in the way after-hours clubs do business here in d.c. following some violence from over the weekend. three men were shot and three others stabbed during a brawl outside the heritage india nightclub early sunday morning in dupont. 34-year-old yon attempt coleman died during that incident. jack evans is now considering a plan to force the nightclub to pay d.c. police no patrols outside the club.
a tragic house fire in prince george's countiy has now left three family members dead. the only survivor was 62-year- old merle monroe. her grandson, daughter and sister did not make it. lewis del elementary school is hosting an event for little cuppedder gardener omar monroe. four years in prison is the sentence for dr. conrad myrrhy. a jury convicted michael jackson's personal physician of involuntary manslaughter. the circumstance died of an overdose of the powerful anesthetic propofol. the judge gave dr. murray the maximum sentence. murray's lawyers plan to appeal. under california law, he will serve at least half of the four- year sentence in county jail. herman cain told aides he is readdressing his run for the white house. this comes one day after a georgia woman claimed she had and fair with cain that lasted more than 13 years. cain denied the allegation. in a conference call with his
senior staff tuesday, only committed to keeping his campaign schedule for the next several days. four other women have accused cain of sexual harassment. he also denies those claims. a murder suspect accidentally released from jail. straight ahead, we have a fox 5 follow-up. >> our report sparked outrage. d.c. drivers getting locked up in the district for having expired tags. are there some other minor offenses getting the same treatment? stay with us. we'll be right back.
this maryland woman is charged with concealing a dead body after burying her stillborn baby in the woods. police say lisa steele of oxon hill gave birth on september 17th. she claim the baby was stillborn. five days later, police in prince william county, virginia found her after responding to a trespassing call. they found the baby buried in a shallow grave. police don't expect to file any more charges. in anne arundel county, police are investigating a sexual assault at arundel high school. a female student said a male student assaulted her in a rest room. the victim knows her alleged taxer. he has not been arrested and is not facing any charges.
a man wanted for murder who was accidentally released from jail is back behind bars. frederick scott turned himself in. he is charged in the shooting death of philip watson back in march. d.c. council member marion barry has filed to run for a third consecutive term representing ward 8. he filed his declaration of candidacy yesterday. he says his top priorities are job training, placement and development. barry has represented ward 8 since 2005 when he returned to the council after six years away from politics. a report sparked outrage. d.c. drivers getting locked up in the district for having expired license plates. >> now, the question is are other minor offenses getting the same treatment? we'll have details on that story coming up. also coming up, we've got a look at today's forecast t will be a cooler day today and you won't need the umbrella. also, julie wright is here. she will tell us how the drive in to work may go for you this morning. stay with us.
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let's take a look outside right now. we'll look at traffic on the wilson bridge. it is there in the distance on a rather chilly wednesday morning. temperatures checking in quite a bit cooler than the last couple of days. last couple of days, maybe safari weather. that is what it looked like in loudoun county. people called to report the two zebras wandering around leesburg on monday. the animals had escaped from the leesburg animal park. >> the director of the facility, the contractor left a gate open and the scene raes simply walked out. thanks to all the calls, the animal park staff was able to track the zebras down, tranquilize them and safely return them to the park. didn't someone just leave a gate open whether that thing in ohio -- >> little different situation. >> zebras not known to cause
much damage. just grazing in the field. >> i'm sure the zebras, it's like a free day. >> do a little shopping. >> now they're back talking on the other animals, guess what's out there. >> that's where the trouble starts. >> we'll an update in another week or so probably. if you're going to be out grazing today, it will be a fine day for it. it will be a pretty day. not bad at all. just temperatures returning to where they should be for this time of year. we've dropped off a little bit. 41degrees here right now in the district. 41 here. 44 in annapolis. 42 in baltimore. a lot more 30s popping up now. 39 in gaithersburg. 36 in frederick. dulles airport is at 38 degrees. in manassas, it is 37 degrees at this hour. culpeper, 39 degrees right now. all right. winds, it will be part of our story today. they're not particularly strong although they'll gust a little bit. right now, our winds are blowing at about eight miles
per hour. sustained winds in the district, 10 miles per hour. n.fredericksburg. factor in the wind and that does give aussie wind chill in the 30s. 36 is what it fields like in d.c. 35 in fredericksburg. field like 32 degrees out at dulles airport. expects to winds to blow around today up to 10, maybe gusting up to about 15 miles per hour or so. now, here is your satellite- radar picture for today. much more improvement -- or much improvement i should say. precipitation is has moved off to the north -- precipitation has moved off to the north. maybe a few snow showers maybe near the mountains but none of that will make its way in here. we'll see a clearing trend. partly sunny skies for us today. so the forecast looks like this. partly sunny, breezy, cooler. 53degrees for your high. there are the wind that i spoke of gusting up to about 15 mirpdz. for tonight, a cold night. we'll see clear skies. temperatures in the mid-30s in town. -- there are the winds that i
spoke of gusting up to about 15 miles per hour. five-day forecast is not bad for this time of year. temperature about where they should be for the next couple of days. on friday, a good a sunshine. 57, even milder. saturday, we dip down under sunny skies and sunday, we go back up. the redskins play at home taking on the new york jets at fedex field and it looks like a great day as far as our weather goes for some football. now, let's get to julie wright and get an update on traffic. >> you just said the temperatures aren't that bad? >> well, they really are where they should be for this time year. >> not in this studio. over here in the corner, there is rocky punching a dead animal carcass. >> the old meat locker. >> that's right. on the roads, you will find the lanes are open. no incidents reported if you are traveling northbound 395 leaving duke street up to the 14th street bridge. this is still an easy drive for you in both the main line and the hovs with no incidents to
report. we're quiet in southeast washington coming across the anacostia bridges. southbound along 270, you will find lanes are open here out of rockville headed out to the lane divide. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. d.c. residents outraged over reports of police arrested drivers for expired tags. it has happened to some 3,000 drivers in the last two years. in october, d.c. council ended the policy. now, one councilmember wants to know if there are other minor offenses that give police the authority to lock people up. here is fox 5's matt ackland. >> after the public outcry, it was mayor gray who asked the d.c. council to pass emergency legislation that would stop police officers from arresting drivers for expired tags. it was passed after city leaders heard stories like this from those arrested. >> they said we'll just take you in to process you for about three hours. >> reporter: now, councilmember mary cheh wants to know if drivers are being arrested for other vehicle offenses that might appear minor.
>> an arrest is not a minor thing. you're taken downtown. you are subject to a full body search. and it is demeaning and it is not meant to be fun. >> reporter: she brought up this issue as she conducted a hearing into the expired tag arrest policy. she says other arrest policies for vehicle violations should be looked at. - - whenever you have these distropical depressionary arrests, we have to be sure the offense merits that kind of an action. >> reporter: should police have the authority to impound a car for the tag is expired? currently, they do. >> that can be very costly for motorists. there is a $200 fine. and then there is a storage fee. >> reporter: police defend this impound policy saying it gives them the authority to remove unsafe vehicles from the street. >> it is not our goal to just arbitrarily pull vehicles off the street. it is something they are using their discretion for. the reason we need that
discretion is we have a responsibility to keep dangerous vehicles off the street. >> reporter: matt ackland, fox 5 news. >> d.c. police say they won't arrest a driver if their tags are expired for less than 30 days. after that, they would consider impounding the car. just two days way from our annual stuff a truck drive. the economy leaving more people in need. >> up next, how your donations can help make a difference. time now is 5:19. we'll be right back.
. many families in our area cannot afford the food they need. with the economy in an upheaval, people who never thought they would need extra help find themselves relying on food pantries. >> alsop seymour shows us how your donation make a big difference. >> nearly every time her phone rings, virginia jenkins field requests for help at the father mckept acenter on i treat. people are having trouble paying their rent and utility bills. >> sort of difficult to tell them that we can't help them and nobody has the fund to assist them. it's hard. this year, i've gotten quite a few calls for food. of a gotten quite a few new clients that come here to get
food from us because of the economy. >> reporter: when it comes to feegd families, the mckenna center is able to help providing food by the bag full in ward six. that is assistance their 100 clients a week never expected to call on. >> people who have never needed help before particularly for rent and other things. they had a 40 hour a week job and their hours were decreased to 20 hours so they are in need of help with food and other things so they can make it. >> >> reporter: this mother of three isn't eligible for government food assistance. the food bags help her stretcher budget and put healthy meals on the table. >> i'm not on food stamps. so this is supplementary food for me and my family. >> they have a list i can choose spaghetti noodles, tuna
fish, lunch meat, even milk. that is regular and then you have soups, canned goods and vegetables. >> reporter: the mckenna center gets much of the food it distributes from the capital area food banks. >> we couldn't function without the food bank. it is a life line for us. >> reporter: a senior citizen knows the center's food pantry makes the difference in her life. >> how would it be? you know, the way the economy is now, you know, seriously. it would be kind of sad. >> reporter: and she is grateful for the support she gets from the staff. >> miss virginia, oh, she is a jewel. she is truly a jewel to me. >> that hass help the mckept acenter is proud to provide. >> beyond the goal of feeding people and sheltering them, our goal is to try to get people to reclaim their lives. >> we have a lot of families who need the food. if you got a heart and can you
give it, give it. >> reporter: allison seymour, fox 5 news. >> you can see where some of your donation go. we need those donation on friday. so we hope you are a a part of our stuff a truck campaign. come to the giant food location you see on the screen in the district. can you head to brentwood in maryland. nd. -- you can head to brentwood in maryland or any of other the locations on your screen. >> we invite out to bring your nonperishable food items to those locations on friday from 6:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. this goes to help out the capital area food bank. we hope to see you on friday. we are following several new stories this morning including an accident involving a pedestrian and a taxi from overnight. the details coming up next. stacy cohan is following our big story this morning. >> reporter: the man known as the east coast rapist makes his first court appearance here in virginia. i'll have all the details coming up in a live
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at one point yesterday, i saw like five different varieties of clouds in the sky at once. >> tucker would have loved that. >> he absolutely would have. i almost called him. we call each other about stuff like that. >> did you see the cloud? it was so cool. >> all right. let's take a look at what is going on out there. here is a look at our satellite- radar composite. this will show you some clouds too. we do have a few clouds out there this morning. we'll have some during the day today. we'll see a good am of sunshine today. this isn't showing you much of anything. there is precipitation out in west virginia that remains to the west. some of our viewers to the west in western maryland, in west virginia, we do have viewers there. we might see snow showers but not here. all of that should stay well out to the west. temperatures, 41 degrees here, 42 in baltimore. 3 at dulles airport. and let's see, winchester, virginia is at 37 degrees. ocean city is 44. here is your day planner for today. partly sunny skies. breezy today. winds will blow up to about 15
miles per hour. and a cool day. look for highs only in the -- oh, i'm sorry. that wasn't good at all. high in the low 50s. >> what did i do to you? >> nothing. i kind of flipped my pen. >> back off on the caffeine a little bit. >> glad everybody is okay. let's talk to julie wright. >> do we have to separate those two? >> we might have to. >> yeah. >> one in studio b. one in studio a. >> no, we have fun. >> it's always fun until somebody's eye gets poked out. >> watch for retaliation from sarah. she is a crafty one. >> waking up to dry pavement. i love that. no incidents to report coming across the american legion bridge as you travel between tyson and 270. at an easy ride on both the outer loop and inner loop. you will find yourself at speed south of i-07 headed past 109.
no other issues have been reported ayou continue will you german up two and rockville. 395 still an easy commute in both the main line and hovs headed northbound. the beltway looks good between an and del and merrifield. here is a live shot of nix coming in from manassas and still at speed making your way past the virginia visitors center. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. d.c. police say a drunk man tried to jump into a moving taxi in dupont circle. we're just getting new video into the newsroom of the incident on connecticut avenue. it happened in the last hour. investigators tell us the man is in serious condition. the door of the taxi was apparently open but the driver pulled away. police don't know why. unclear in the cab driver left the scene. still trying to get details on what happened there. virginia will be the first to try the suspected east coast rapist. authorities in connecticut extradited suspect aaron thomas to face charges in the commonwealth. he is expected to face a judge
sometime today. stacy cohan live with the latest on this. >> reporter: good morning. we are expecting that aaron thomas will make an appearance in court at 8:00 this morning. that will be via video. he did arrive here in manassas yesterday. he was indeed extradited from connecticut where he was arrested back in march. this has been a long-time manhunt for this man who was known as the east coast rapist. he is the suspect in attacks that spanned over 10 years and numb reduce states up and down the east coast. he was sent here to virginia because it was believed that he should be tried here first because he would be likely to get the longest sentence if convicted. now, he faces charges in six cases here including a case on halloween in 2009 where he is accused of attacking two girls who he found while they were out trick or treating. >> he committed crimes in many jurisdictions in the area on the east coast and we'll be the first ones to be able to try him. we did have three juvenile
victims of his sexual assaults so our cases are pretty serious. >> reporter: he is 40á years old and those sexual salts began in maryland in the 1990s and went through multiple states including virginia, rhode island and connecticut. he was charged after investigators found some dna on i adiscarded cigarette butt that apparently linked him to some of the sexual assaults. i'm stacy cohan. back to you. >> thank you. in video seen first on fox, gary giordano, the gaithersburg man, is now free. the judge in aruba freed him last night despite being prime suspect in the disappearance of robyn gardner. prosecutors are still trying to build a case against him and will appeal giordano's release at a hearing later this morning. he has fired the same lawyer who defended casey anthony and has already left aruba. later today, a federal judge will hear testimony on whether the man who shot president reagan should be released into his family's car. john hinckley has been in a mental facility since his trial ended in 19826789 his attorneys
say he is no longer a threat. that hearing may last up for a week and a half. it is not clear for hinckley will testify. there are calls for changes in the way after-hours clubs do business here in d.c. following some deadly violence over the weekend. three men were shot and three others stabbed during a brawl outside the heritage india nightclub early sunday morning in dupont. 34-year-old jonte coleman died from his injuries. d.c. council member jack evans is consideration plan for force the nightclub to pay d.c. police for what are called reimbursable details. >> it is off high pressure duty police officers paid by the establishment to patrol outside the street to make sure that, when people do leave, they leave in an orderly fashion. >> i'm pretty sure we'll able to possibly afford it but it also is a legal matter. can you require businesses -- we live in a democracy. we are in a very, very tough economy. can you require that? >> heritage india has been temporarily shut down.
it is one of self downtown restaurant that become nightclubs after hours. reimbursable details have been used for years in adams morgan and georgetown with a percentage of the police overtime costs subsidized by the d.c. government. two years after a bethesda contractor was taken into custody in cuba accused of spying, his family is ramling up their appeals for his release. alan gross' wife judy says his 86-year-old mother will release a video later today asking president castro for compassion. judy gross went to cuba last week to see her husband. he has lost 100 pounds and is not the same man he was when he left. >> he was really jovial, outgoing kind of person who just everybody gravitated toward him. and his spirit is broken. he is really depressed. he is very angry. even i had a hard time making
him smile or laugh when i saw him. >> gross had satellite communications equipment that he said he wanted to give to members of cuba's jewish community but cuba says he was spying and sentencedded him to 15 years. gross' wife said december 1st is alan gross day on capitol hill and on friday, synagogues across the country will offer prayers for his release. herman cain is reassessing his run for the white house. we'll hear from the republican presidential candidate. developing news surrounding the occupy protests in several cities. details of what is unfolding. first, we'll check the markets though. the activity yesterday was marked. the dow up, nasdaq down. nikkei also down overseas dropping 43 points as world stocks continue to fall after european ministers failed to beef up a bailout fund. we're back in a amendment. it is now 5:37 on this wednesday morning. -- we're back in a moment. ♪ [ jerry ] attention shoppers.
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police moving in on occupy protestors in los angeles. we are getting new pictures into the newsroom of the occupy l.a. camp. police massed in force outside of the camp and warned protests are three times that they would be removed after a judge issued an eviction notice. many stayed and police started arresting them early this morning. officers took down half of the 500 tents at the park which is
near city hall in l.a. american airlines filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy yesterday, the third largest carrier in the country. the company has been struggling financially with high fuel prices and labor struggles. american is assuring customers it will be operating on normal flight scheduled and honoring tickets and and reservations as usual. herman cain told aides he is reassessing his run for the whois a day after a join woman claimed she had an affair with cain that lasted for more than 13 years. he only committed to keeping his campaign schedule for the next several days. during a speech in michigan, cain did not address the allegations specifically. >> life can be a challenge. life can seem impossible.
it is never easy when there is so much on the line but you can make a difference. there is a mission just for you. >> four other women have aus good cain of sexual harassment. he also denies those claims. dr. conrad murray got the maximum sentence, four years in prison for involuntary man slotter manslaughter in the death of michael jackson. the judge scolded dr. murray during sentencing for his decisions an ethics while treating jackson. a new era is here for the caps but the struggles do continue. >> up next, dale hunter made his coaching debut for the caps but the offense didn't show up. defense was okay. we'll check in with the sports junkies and also check weather and traffic coming up next. aaron, you're all set. great, thanks.
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you send in as well as some of the local charities we feature over the next weeks, they bring in ornaments too. we donate the tree and the ornaments to a worthy group in the d.c. region. >> you can send orangements to the address on your screen. ree -- you can send ornaments to the address on your screen. can't wait to get the ornaments. till within nice and pretty on the tree. always pretty every year. >> yep. >> time to get that christmas tree. you have yours up? >> , no, no, a little early, i think. >> i saw people right after thanksgiving with the trees on the top of the cars. >> and for some families, that is at tradition. we haven't done ours yet. >> i haven't either so don't feel bad. >> steve? >> no, i like to wait until at least it is december. >> and it will be tomorrow. time flies. finally after a nice little warm-up for the end of november, we are getting to december-like temperatures as
we see our high -- not our high, i'm sorry, our current temperature 41 degrees here in the district. annapolis at 44 degrees. baltimore, 42. plenty of 30s out there. 38 at dulles airport. frederick is at 36 degrees. manassas, 36. culpeper is 37 degrees right now so definitely a much colder start to the day. i think tomorrow morning at this time will be colder than this morning. break out the coats again. we'll need them. satellite-radar composite, we do have some clouds out there this a.m. but we'll see a very pretty sunrise just a couple of minutes after 7:00 this morning, the fill time for sunrise. there is some precipitation still with that area of low pressure. it is now moving across new england and the great lakes region into canada. some lingering snow showers in western portions of west virginia. some of that may move eastward but it won't make it over the mountains and it will not impact us here in the washington area. take a look at the surface map. here is what is at play. we have the storm system. that is gone. behind that storm, we do have breezy conditions coming out of
the north-northwest for us today. but those winds, they're pulling away but still enough for us to be breezy. maybe 15-mile per hour winds. high pressure settles in today. till within sunny and it will be cool with seasonable temperatures. so the forecast for today looks like this. partly sunny skies, breezy, cooler, high about 53 degrees. our average high for this date is 52 degrees. so right where we should be. there are the wind we told you about. a colder night as we see our skies clear on the completely overnight. that means ff you will be at the freezing mark. the five-day forecast, really not bad. it is not like last week with the 70s but like you said, seasonable temperatures, even a little above normal for a couple of days on friday and then again on sunday. it looks like we're in for a dry spell with a good amount of sunshine. cold temperatures at night. now, hears julie wright with more on the morning rush hour. >> good morning to you, sir. we'll say good morning to the
crew in sky fox. they are up and at it this morningen checking out the beltway commute as you travel between greenbelt and college park. you will find traffic is flowing freely in each direction. no trouble spots to report as you travel between 395 and the b. with that parkway. both at speed right now as you travel southbound out of laurel headed down towards 495. the ride out on 66, still at speed coming in from manassas, no trouble spots to report headed in towards centreville and you will find light traffic volume coming across the mean leaving tyson. on the outer loop, still at speed headed back down towards the dulles toll road. -- across the american legion bridge leaving tyson. a thanksgiving stomp costs an all-pro two games and a whole bunch of money. let's check some with the sports junkies at 106.7 the fan. so i was wrong, caps lost last night. i thought they would come through for the new coach.
>> i think a lot of us did. at the end of the day, they only had one skate around and one practice. just watching at home, stuffing wavy lays in my face, you didn't see a lot of in the intensity level. >> taking into account they are facing a pretty good team with the blues. you didn't see a lot on offense hoe he did have a nice assist. he did get a point. but he has one goal in his last nine games. you got to break out of that slump. dale hunter has to find a way to get him more involved scoring. the assist is nice. need goals from him too. >> it is a big picture thing with the change of coach. we'll see how that he -- they fare the rest of the season. i think if the playoffs started now, they wouldn't even be in. >> all i'm thinking about is wavy lays right now. >> dip it in that french onion dip. >> you are talking some good
tough now. better than the ask on the ice. let me ask you though. it is one game in. way to early to make assumptions as to what happens. if you look at last night, the defense held alec ovechkin. he only had one shot on goal. do you think dale hunter will be a more defensive-mined coach? >> well, i think he has to find a way to get his offensive players more opportunity. those guys have to get more involved. i don't know how hunter is going to do it. not a lot of rest. >> you got to gift blues credit. the blues are a pretty good team. >> they're hot. >> give them cede feat the defensive game playing on the caps. it is just one game. if this is a trend over a month, there is big problems. >> i think you also have to look on the second goal, they gave up a big fat juicy rebound that allowed the blues to go up 2-16789 though his numbers look pretty good, he is letting in
some shaky goals. that has to be a concern. >> how quickly they can change from the first couple of week of the season. i want to talk about university of maryland basketball dropped another one last night. a tough year for university of maryland sports all around. >> yeah. >> by all accounts, i know that the arena was kind of half full at the beginning of that game. terps fans, we've braced for this. we know what is going to happen. losing gary was a huge blow. they lost players too. they've got six walk-ons this year. this will be a struggle for them. i think around country, people are starting to realize. i'm getting tweets from virginia fans, they're going to have a year where maryland has to take it. jason has talked about it. he blogged about it. they know he has some recrowding classes he working on here that i think will have the terps back where they belong very, very shortly i don't it is a different feel, steve, to watch a maryland game at comcast.
it is almost a strange arena not to see gary, not to see the assistants you've seen to years there. it is just funny for watch it. but you got to be patient. he doesn't have a lot of talent and doesn't have any depth but it's coming. >> hopefully just in the transition stage. real quick, less than a minute to go. but here is the take i want to put out there on the suh situation with the two-game situation. would you rather have that guy that has the talent level that can be a franchise heedership player but has the head case issues that go along with it. is it worth it? >> absolutely. >> you would rather have him than a guy like albert haynesworth that you have to push and prod to play hard every game. you know suh is going to gift effort. it is just a matter of reining in some of that rage where he went manifest it the way he did on thanksgiving. >> what if you can't rein it in. >> if you can't, then you move
o. >> how hard it is to get a xanax prescription? >> the guy you mention seem to be on super bowl teams. >> got to leave it there. thank you, guys. we talked about this yesterday. fascinating soree in theory y at least. the question is are they or are they not the real powerball winners? up negotiation, more intrigue surrounding the winners of one of the largest lottery jackpots of all times. >> it will be interesting. stay with us.
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