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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
jim: and only three seconds on 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. excellent work on the boards. irvin with the finish.
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. nine on the shot clock.
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. no. [whistle] pflueger is fouled. jim: it's not going to matter. verne: nope.
i guess the answer is yes when 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. they come from 41-29 down and 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.
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noise. charles: we're looking for you. 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 irish at times could be
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
i don't know about everybody else. >> 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. ♪ come on and dance with me ♪ come on and
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show putting the pop in. a look at the marijuana industry. first, the latest on a yellow weather alert. you are looking at a clear lovely early saturday morning. in a fewer hours things can change quickly. >> let's go to topper. how long do we have in the morning before the snow, rain, and colder temperatures move in. >> if you are west of town, you don't have much time, i would say about 7:00, 10:00 maybe. if you have soccer games in town, you have until about 11:00. 7:00 in the morning, clouds are coming in. 44 downtown, 42 in silver springs and fairfax. futurecast may be a little aggressive bringing everything in by 10:00. think more like 11:00 or noon inside the belt way.
yes it can snow with temps above freezing. by 1:00, everybody has rain or snow. temps keep falling, 44 downtown, 42 in gaithersburg. by snow, snow primarily west of town and cold rain into prince georges county. we had issued a yellow weather alert for saturday and sunday. we'll tell you if your plans for saturday night are in jeopardy. >> the mayor is hanging on your every word because she's ready to deploy the snow team. >> they're ready to put 100 plows on the roads. if it's raining the snow team will not be present treating roads because the rain will wash away the solution. the mayor asks people to be ready to clear any ice or snow from the sidewalks. if you haven't already downloaded our app tonight would be the night. you can stay on top of the weather, stay informed so your weekend plans don't get
so many of you talking. terps big win in the tournament. maryland moves on. it was close when it shouldn't have been. there is a lot to cheer about as they beat the fighting south dakota state rush mores. actually they're the jack rabbits. they beat them 79 to 74. i had to get my cardiologist on the pope after the -- phone after the game. here is what some of you were saying. max says hey you know what's worse than collapsing a winning? collapsing and losing. take the w and move on. >> good point. "i have no nails left." >> bradley
hare verses the turtle. who wins that race? the saying didn't win that game. >> louis the dog watching and clearing on. he has no bracket and no thumbs. stay with us. we have live coverage minutes away. a group of retired federal prison guards suing dc saying the rights of hundreds of peers to defend themselves have been untaken away. >> the former guards say the district will not let them carry concealed weapons. only on 9 the guards speak exclusively warning that if the district doesn't change the policy soon someone could be hurt. >> reporter: battling in court over a law that allows federal law enforcement to have concealed over state lines. guards say they regularly run into ex-con six on the street and they want a way to
themselves. curtis matched daily with murderers and rapists. >> i was dealing with whatever you can imagine, the worst heinous criminal you can think of. >> reporter: retiring as sergeant curtis occasionally runs into old charges on the streets. >> he recognized me and it was at night. he hollered my name. i am not in the pent tent renow. >> this led him and three others to sue the district after dc said the safety act which lets retired officer kazantsev concealed weapons -- officers carry concealed weapons over state lines does not go for them. >> the old thing police officers do that we don't do is write tickets. everything he is we do. >> reporter: ron retired as a captain. >> every time
gets a raise, we get a raise. if that's not federal law enforcement, what isit? >> reporter: attorneys argued the case in appeals court. the ruling could be months abay and hundreds of retired officers simply wait and hope trouble doesn't find them. >> this is not a game because we have dealt with these guys on the inside and in times it's going to be on the outside. >> reporter: sources say the men are unlikely to be arrested if caught with a gun and might win a case if they were. but they don't want to be arrested because of this. >> we will follow that case closely. with the death of officer coalson, it impacted people across the country. of course especially those in the community where he served. the funeral for coalson killed by friendly fire is set to
one local school wanted to pay their respects now to the entire department. they did it with pencils and crayons. >> reporter: this is kenmore middle school. it's a school where over 800 students come to learn from books or instruments and it steps away from the district 3 police station. >> all of our children in the neighborhood had to go under shelter in place and so everybody knew about it. they were really saddened about it because somebody came from outside the neighborhood that didn't belong to the neighborhood and a shoot out happened. there were all sorts of bullets flying around. they were scared. >> reporter: the principal and another teacher wanted to help the students find a way to express how they felt. this is what they came up with. >> what i
officer and i have a message next to it that we thank him for his service and we are sorry we couldn't be there and help. we draw a police officer's badge with a eagle on top. >> what i drew was a police hat with a rose next to it. my friend put a quote that says living in service to others. >> reporter: that's only some of them. every social studies class made posters and almost every student wrote letters. >> we said you can do whatever you want to do with them. we said we want to give them to you. they decided they would put them in the lobby. >> reporter: it's where they hang, on a wall across from the door covered by marks of bullets. this was an assignment but students say it never was like that. >> they help us and serve
>> reporter: they hope every drawing and every word inspires people who work here. >> i hope they realize that we care what they do for us. >> i hope they got that us as students and anyone actually likes police officers and thinks they're cool. we look forward to their service service. sunday afternoon members of the community do have the opportunity to come together and remember officer cole son. a candle light vigil is planned at 4:15 outside the district 3 station where he lost his life. a lot of relief felt in france and belgium. police arrested the prime suspect in last year's attacks that claimed 130 lives. he was taken into custody in the same neighborhood where he grew up. belgian forces stormed the neighborhood and captured the most wanted
terrorist attacks. the 26 year old was shot in the leg. cameras captured images of a man in a white sweatshirt in a police car. he has been on the run since the attacks last november. he rented the black volkswagen in belgium that was abandoned near where most of the victims were killed. >> i don't want to know about his support networks or operatives at play. >> reporter: this is after his fingerprints were diskurd in an apartment police stormed earlier this week. a man shot dead in the raid is believed to have been his accomplice. the french president predicts more arrests will be follow. he plans to ask belgium to extradite the suspect so the person can be tried in france. the latest on a developing story we are following out of russia where the emergencies ministry says a passenger airline
the southern part of the country. the plane, a boeing 737, news reports say there were around 60 people on board. police are asking for your help in identifying the people on your screen. they are wanted for breaking into a sprint store early wednesday. the pair broke through the back door and pride open a safe and carted over $57,000 worth of cell phones. if you recognize them, please contact montgomery police. you could be eligible for a reward. one hatched and one to go. >> a bald eaglet spending its first night outside its shell. at 8:37 friday morning the eaglet forced its weigh out of the she will. the second egg is expected to hatch this weekend. daddy eagle looks like he is sound asleep. ifou
eye on the eagles you would find a link on on you are free app. the district is known for politics and federal government. one new show is profiling newly emerging and often controversial marijuana industry. >> could simpsons cartoon have predicted the rise of donald trump? see for yourself. >> a happy maryland locker room
most controversial issues in years. marijuana legalization is being told and examined through a comedy. >> east coast show is filmed and produced in the district and we spoke to the creators about what they hope to accomplish through their new show. >> east coast grow is a locally grown comedy series about the district's marijuana industry. >> this seemed like a great opportunity to show stories of people working hard to create a positive change. >> reporter: they follow a group of people working in different quarters of the emerging pot industry. it tries to examine motivations of getting into the industry and how it is progress on salary texted. >> we had goals to educate as well as entertain. >> he and the writer director were preparing
pilot, a comedy about a serious and sometimes controversial issue, one they saw is misunderstood. >> some of the perceptions of cannabis users are dumb. cannabis users are lazy. >> reporter: they attempted to tackle the issue of social injust, incarceration, inequities. >> when dealing with such a controversial topic you deal with caricatures instead of people. >> reporter: thomas admits she had reservations about her role until she learned about the script. >> encouraging people to think critically about a lot going on, whether it is incarceration, mass incarceration, whether it is disparity. >> filling in the blank for people and giving them a deeper understanding of just the industry and the inner workings and struggles. >> reporter: both are dc natives and so is most of the crew, bands who provide the music are al