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live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. >> thousands who couldn't get in to super bowl city flood the surrounding streets to watch alicia keys. ♪ that's just one of a number of star-studded events that took place across the bay area. we're less than a day away from the big game. good evening. i'm eric thomas. we'll get to that in a moment. first, we're following breaking news. multiple sources say three people are dead following a police pursuit in san francisco. let's go live to abc 7 news reporter alyssa harrington at the scene at 9th and brannon. >> reporter: chp officers just confirmed three people were killed in this crash. you can see the scene behind me. this was during a pursuit with the california highway patrol. a chp spokesman tells me just
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before 9:30 they saw a white chevy sedan doing doughnuts near fifth and bryant in san francisco. officers chased the driver. the car blew through several red nights and that officers last saw that car heading westbound on brannon. that's when it crashed. a witness says the vehicle was going very fast. >> i was outside where i live smoking a cigarette and heard three cars racing down the street which the car that got in the accident was a white car, and it was racing a blue viper or blue corvette. and a black charger. i heard him flying down the street about 80 miles an hour. and about a minute later, five or six cop cars flew behind him. and i figured something happened. i went outside and came down and seen the car crashed on the street. >> reporter: the car hit a taxicab and then burst into flames.
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one of the passengers was elected from the vehicle. the taxi driver was taken to the hospital with injuries as well. here on scene there are a lot of people in tears. friends of the people in the car. i got a chance to speak with one of those friends. they were at the nfl experience earlier tonight and from all he knew, his friends were on their way home. he doesn't know about any of these other details. he doesn't know why they were doing doughnuts but he does say they were supposed to be going home and he was really in shock and very upset. elissa harrington, abc 7 news. >> we'll stay on top of this story. download our abc 7 news app for crucial alerts about breaking news. on to super bowl 50. less than one day away and we have team coverage tonight. let's start with reporter melanie woodrow. more on what's been a disappointing night for many who tried to get in to see alicia
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keys. >> reporter: as expected, this was the busiest night at super bowl city, and it was outside super bowl city that many people were left to enjoy tonight's show. thousands of people lined the embarcadero outside super bowl city. >> we got here about 4:30, 5:00, and it was chaotic. there was no room to walk. we went straight to the line and we were turned down. >> reporter: even with maximum capacity reached inside, some thought the crowd outside was more overwhelming. >> it's less safe out here because my office building is in the embarcadero and i look down and there's a lot more space on the inside than on the outside. >> reporter: for the most part, people were bummed but behaving themselves. >> i had to work. i got off at five and tried to head down here. >> reporter: just before alicia keys went on, they did some extra crowd control clearing a fire lane. >> it's insane.
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i've never seen so many people out on the streets. >> reporter: some climbed to get a better view including up on this cell phone tower. this is what the stage looks like from back here. and the sound? >> kind of muffled. >> reporter: even so -- >> we're still here. having a good time. >> reporter: some already thinking about getting home. >> been here for a little while. just going to try to beat the traffic. >> reporter: just in time to get rest before the big game. >> if you managed to get inside, super bowl city was rocking. the big draw tonight, alicia keys. lisa amin gulezian joins us where timing and luck paid off for some people. lisa? >> reporter: eric, it was a really cool show. some people got here a full ten hours before showtime. they wanted to make sure they got the full super bowl city fan experience.
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>> black lives matter, and we all -- we all of every color need to come together. >> reporter: alicia keys spoke briefly about san francisco native mario woods before switching into full performance mode. ♪ her husband made a surprise appearance. he got the crowd going. many here had been waiting for hours. some fans got here late this morning expecting the crowd to be big and for space to be limited. >> come on. it's super bowl city. this doesn't happen every day. >> reporter: for many, fighting the packed streets just to get in wasn't easy. >> i'm in now, but it took me about an hour and a glass of wine to calm me down. >> reporter: levi's had a packed vip level. and that was over capacity.
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some guests had a hard time getting to that. >> we have a positive problem. people are struggling to get in. it's because the city has come together to say this is a big deal. >> reporter: super bowl city will reopen tomorrow but will close before the big game. in san francisco, lisa ami amin gulezian, abc 7 news. >> the crazy crowds made for a hctic scene. a golf cart slammed into a food truck around market street. a super bowl volunteer was hurt. no word on his condition. many fans picked up their super bowl tickets today. abc 7 news was at great america in santa clara where stubhub turned it into a fanfare. the lowest price tonight, $2,800. the hottest ticket in town tonight was the thunder versus warriors game. a-list celebrities in town for the super bowl were sitting court side. half time performer beyonce and jay-z enjoyed the game. jim harbaugh brought his
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daughter to the game. he told us he's looking forward to going back to levi's stadium tomorrow to watch the super bowl. he warriors president hasn't seen this demand since the nba finals. they got the win keeping them undefeated at home. we'll have the full highlights coming up later in sports. here's a look at other celebrities. actor ryan reynolds posted this photo with brett favre. miss university is here, too. she took a nice photo with the golden gate bridge in the background. jamie foxx and cuba gooding jr. were at the nfl experience today. actress alyssa milano was at union square earlier and alicia keys took a boat trip when she got into town before tonight's show. let's head to our
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meteorologist drew tuma. >> tomorrow is going to be a carbon copy of today. super bowl city in san francisco, gorgeous, blue skies. warm at 2:00. 68 degrees. by 10:00, you'll want the jacket. it's a quiet night. cooling off to 57. lucky enough to have a ticket to the big game, look at that. 73 degrees by kickoff. you'll want the sunscreen and sunglasses. even warmer air perhaps record-setting temperatures are on the way early next week. we'll detail that in just a few minutes. abc 7 news was in san francisco tonight when the nfl inducted two bay area football legends into the hall of fame. the late oakland raiders quarterback ken "snake" stabler and eddie debartolo. he told us why his induction was too good to be true in just a few minutes. to the campaign trail, the final republican debate before the new hampshire primary next
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week. a high-stakes contest that led to a lot of disputes on stage. abc news reporter marci gonzalez is in new hampshire with more. >> reporter: the final fight in new hampshire. >> how tough is it to -- >> a lot of times -- >> let me talk. quiet. >> a lot of times -- a lot of times -- >> seven republican candidates -- >> that's all of his donors and special interest out there. >> reporter: battling it out for the last time before tuesday's primary. >> that's what washington, d.c., does. the drive-by shot at the beginning with incorrect and incomplete information and the memorized 25 second speech. >> krus christie coming out swinging going after marco rubio surging in the polls here. >> he simply does not have the experience to be president of the united states. >> i think the experience is not just what you did but how it worked out. >> reporter: candidates trying to differentiate themselves on the economy, terrorism -- >> we should use overwhelming force, kill the enemy and get the heck out.
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>> reporter: immigration and health care. >> we're going to repeal obamacare. we're going to replace obamacare. >> reporter: donald trump back at center stage at times brushing off booing from the audience. >> the people that are putting up the money -- >> reporter: ahead by 21 points in the polls here and trying to hold on to his lead. >> we will galvanize the people of this country, and we will beat hillary clinton. >> reporter: tomorrow it's back on the trail for them and the democrats. all of them fighting for the more than 40% of voters in this state who are still undecided. marci gonzalez, abc news, manchester, new hampshire. there was an awkward moment before the debate began. dr. ben carson started to walk out when his name was called but stopped when ted cruz's name was called and lingered backstage. donald trump joined him and both candidates didn't come out until they were called out again later. still to come -- the big game.
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big give. the exclusive super bowl fund-raiser in the east bay to benefit local charities. >> ithe wait is over for eddie debartolo. he's bound for canton and has a special message for mike schumann. an interesting welcome to the bay area. the protesters super
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super bowl eve wasn't all about bling and being seen. in the south bay the rich and famous gathered to races money for important bay area causes. katie utehs was there. >> it can be done if you don't
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want to sleep. >> reporter: is part of super bowl 50. but joe montana says throwing the focus to charity is important. >> for them to decide to start giving back, it's a great idea. ridiculous how much -- >> reporter: the big game, big give fund-raiser is an annual event. last year hosted by matt williams and his wife erica. >> this is one of the most amazing parties i've ever set my eyes on. so incredible and all for such a great cause. >> reporter: they raised more than $1 million. this year, host jillian mannis hopes to beat the record with emcee jay leno. and offer items collectors can't pass up. >> i remember the catch. i remember that game beautifully. >> reporter: there may be a red carpet, but michael fonte embodies california cool going
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bare foot. >> i could not be more excited that the super bowl is finally here. i could not be more depressed we had such a bad season with the 49ers. >> reporter: it's a game. it's a party. and as demarco murray sciays, is important to keep life in perspective and give back. >> helps you remember what's important, family, people and lives. it's my first time. hopefully not my last. >> reporter: the real stars of tonight, the california sea lions. in the south bay, katie utehs, abc 7 news. you'll likely see waves like this again tomorrow. see some of the el nino powered waves pounding pacifica. the national weather service warns the waves will remain hazardous from sonoma to monterey. speaking of that and the weather for the big game tomorrow, drew tuma is here. >> wonderful weather. lots of sunshine.
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will continue to climb with our temperatures. partly to mainly clear skies out there. we're on the dry side. there's a storm well offshore that continues to churn up our ocean waters. we van active current now and a beach statement along our coastline through sunday afternoon. waves could get as high as ten feet. the biggest risk if you are hassed to the beach tomorrow, it's going to be very strong rip currents. outside right now, 57 degrees in san francisco. mind you that's two degrees off our normal daytime high this time of year. certainly mild temperatures out there. 55 in oakland. 46 in napa. ant loioch at 53. showing you beautiful san francisco. there's market street going. financial district. beautiful bay bridge and the east bay in the background. spring-like warmth on sunday. it warms up monday into tuesday. that's when records are possible across the region. our next chance of rain isn't
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until next friday. very dry pattern has set up. you like today, you'll love tomorrow. clear skies by 7:00. most areas starting out in the 40s. a cool morning. quickly warm into the 60s by lunchtime and downright mild. mid-60s along the coast. upper 60s to lower 70s. the warmth cranks up on monday. the record specifically in san francisco on monday. 75 degrees. forecasting a high of 77. a new record there. records on tuesday in the low to mid-70s. the miles air continues to sit over. likely more records broken on tuesday. by wednesday, cooler air starts to filter in but it's relatively cool. temperatures above normal for this time of year. overnight tonight, plenty of stars out there. temperatures into the 40s overnight tonight. that will be your starting temperature tomorrow morning. highs for sunday and microclimate start in the south bay. santa clara where the super bowl is playing tomorrow, 73.
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12 degrees above normal. the sunscreen, you can burn quickly even though it's winter. 74 in gilroy. 69 san mateo. 72 as well in mountain view. downtown san francisco tomorrow, 68 with sunshine. 63 the high in daley city. the north bay, a warm 77. 73 sonoma. 69 in sausalito. 79 in vallejo. oakland, 79. 67 the high for richmond and inland equally as bright. 72 pittsburg. 72 pleasanton and 71 in brentwood. your accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll track that sunshine tomorrow. records are possible monday and into tuesday. well above average. it's a touch cooler around here midweek on wednesday. clouds increasing thursday. there's that slight chance of rain on friday. saturday, a mixture of sunshine and clouds. a dry pattern is going to
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dominate the nix six days. >> can't blame weather for the outcome tomorrow. >> no, you cannot. still to come -- bieber fever heads to the bay area. the pop star the
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you are looking at aspiring basketball players renewing a lunar new year tradition in san francisco. 12 teams played in the year of the monkey basketball jamboree. players represented san francisco middle schools and community organizations from north beach and china town. organizers tell us many former players volunteered to mentor today's stars as coaches and referees. among the celebrities in town for super bowl 50, justin bieber posted a series of videos taken around san francisco. one of them shows him sword fighting in china town. another has him running down the middle of a street.
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he also did a little skateboarding. why weren't you covering this? this was sports. >> yeah, recreational sports. the pro football hall of fame selected eight new members, including a former raider great. and eddie debartolo finally getting the call. announcersave up to $300train's on beautyrest and posturepedic, get three years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic, plus same day delivery. sleep train's presidents day sale is on now.
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your former boss passed over the three previous times when up for induction. no denying eddie d. this time around in the city he had all of his nfl success he gets the nod. to say it was a relief to get in, that's a major understatement. >> it was worse than any of the five super bowls. honestly. and i was fried. everything was a question mark. and you know when you get 46 people in a room and it's a secret ballot, you might get 46 votes or you might get one vote. did i think it was too good to be true? i certainly did. but like i said, it's almost like somebody scripted it. >> the original players owner eddie d. was and still is beloved by his former players. maybe it's his honesty. maybe it's a sense of humor. >> eddie, my colleague and your former player mike shumann says
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congratulations and also says you couldn't have done it without him. >> i know that. but he still can't catch. it's all shumann. truthfully, he was a great guy to have on the team. a great player. but he had two boards for hands. >> i know shu. a shot across the bow. but that just means he cares. the hall of fame induction ceremony will take place the first week of august in the home of football, canton, ohio. collin resh. >> great owner, better sense of humor. another bay area legend, kenny stabler. he led the raiders to five straight afc title games from '73 to '77. first quarterback since the merger to do so and one the raiders first lombardi trovy in super bowl xi. snake was named to the all-decade team of the '70s.
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an incredible football iq and so cool under pressure way before joe montana took that torch. stabler passed away last summer. a real shame he wasn't here to finally get the recognition he deserved. warriors and thunder meeting. 18-3 since christmas. third best record in the western conference. jay-z, beyonce, jim harbaugh all at the big game. okc comes out hot. durant kickstarts a 9-0 run. only 40 points. the warriors surge ahead. iguodala. the slam. warriors by 11. throws up a prayer. it was answered. everything hitting on all cylinders. steph curry becoming the traditional step back. warriors up at the break. third quarter. thunder respond. durant. strong to the hoop. the lead is eight. okc keeps coming. fourth quarter. ties it at 104. warriors take the lead on a free
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throw. steph to the hoop. 107-105. klay thompson, 3 of his 18 right here. ws hold on thr the victory improving to 46-4. this is abc 7 sports report brute to you by river rock casino. vernon davis talks super bowl coming up. stick around. eddie was talking about board games we used to play. >> i see. >> not those rocks. >> okay. still ahead on abc 7 news, an interesting welcome to the bay area. the protesters super bowl travelers had to deal with at sfo today. also live in san francisco with an update to the breaking news story we brought you earlier. three
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abc 7 news starts right now with live breaking news. >> that breaking news is in san francisco. three people we were told were heading home from the nfl experience died after a police chase that owneded in a cra end. elissa harrington has more. >> reporter: you can see the burned out car. the three people inside were all killed. the driver hit that taxicab. the cab driver was taken to the hospital with some injuries. a chp spokesman tells me just before 9:30 tonight an officer spotted a white chevy sedan doing doughnuts near fifth and bryant in san francisco. the officer tried to pull the driver over but says the car sped off running red lights. the officer then decided to stop the pursuit because he thought it was too dangerous. he turned off his lites but says the driver kept going.
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>> because it's on citiesistries with traffic at that area. there's also pedestrians in the roadway. when that vehicle started to run red lights, it became too dangerous. in his judgment it became too dangerous to continue the pursuit. that's why he discontinued that. >> reporter: the car crashed into a taxicab and burst into flames. very emotional scene out here. one man just told me they are upset they can't go see their friends. everybody is being kept far back during the investigation. they also tell me they were at the nfl experience earlier tonight. brannon is closed between seven th and eighth. chp officers will be out here for several hours. elissa harrington, abc 7 news. we'll stay on top of this story. download our abc 7 news app for push alerts about breaking news. supporters of the anti-police terror project are bringing their message to sfo. they spent the afternoon
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marching around the terminal as people arrived for the super bowl. melanie woodrow was at sfo with their message. >> say their name. >> reporter: armed with signs and their message, supporters of the anti-police terror project made their way around sfo's terminal. >> while people stream in here to watch this football game, police departments are murdering black and brown and poor people with impunity. >> reporter: every few feet they stop to read the names of individuals they say were killed by police between 2001 and 2015. sfpd officers kept their their distance but followed along. >> we don't have anything against people coming to the super bowl but want to show the real truth about what's going on in the bay area. >> absolutely got my attention and not what you expect. >> it's really important. we need to draw attention to it more and more. >> i see no problem. they're the ones that are
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creating the problem. >> reporter: judy greenspan says she makes no apologies for those who feel inconvenienced by the group. >> for a few people to be inconvenienced for an hour for us to make a statement that hopefully will be heard around the country, i'm sorry, i don't have any sympathy. >> reporter: organizers and supporters spent a couple of hours making their way through the international and domestic terminals. they chose sfo because theyed to reach the most eyes. especially those coming into town for the super bowl. reporting at sfo, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. next to the hustle and bustle of super bowl city, the farmer's market resembled a ghost town. the regular customers stayed away for the second week in a row. >> usually it's completely crowded on saturdays. and it's empty. empty. >> seems like there's a barrier between super bowl city and here right now. we hope that even though a lot
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of our regular farmers market traffic doesn't come down we'll get a little uptick from the visitors. >> reporter: one local bakery created these football inspired treats in hopes of attracting new customers and helping their loyal fans enjoy something sweet on super bowl weekend. this time tomorrow the game will be over in santa clara. today they played host to a free super bowl party filled with celebrities. cornell barnard has that story. >> reporter: there's only one way to get ready for the super bowl. have a super community celebration. >> i just wanted to do anything and everything that had to do with the super bowl because we're local. >> jessica aragon wouldn't miss this extreme fan test. music, food and football. >> i know there's going to be celebrities and players here. so this is fun. >> celebs like rapper ludacris. >> goes to the game? >> yeah, i'm going for
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charlotte. cam newton. >> reporter: ludacris was coaching this celebrity flag football game for charity. nfl legend doug flutie was quarterback for the red team. >> who do you like in the super bowl tomorrow? >> go with carolina if you are picking a team. i'm rooting for peyton to have a big day and play well. >> kirk cousins is playing for blue. >> my heart says the broncos and peyton manning. i'd love him to get another title. certainley played against the panthers this year and they were probably the most dominant in the league. >> reporter: john taylor was signing autographs. he played in three super bowls. his advice to both teams tomorrow is pretty simple. >> don't make no crazy mistakes. just got to get them prepared for it all week. >> reporter: in the end this smaller friendly game was close. flutie a red team won 49-48. cornell barnard, abc 7 news. santa clara university students will have another chance monday to get vaccinated
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against meningitis. the university held an additional clinic today after receiving 2,000 additional close doses of vaccine. 4100 received shots thursday and friday. santa clara launched the drive after three students were diagnosed with meningitis. a man in antioch faces charges after police say he shot and killed a man who carjacked him. it began at the rite aid parking lot on east 18th street. leo lopez of antioch told police he was just the victim of a carjacking at gunpoint and his white van was stolen. police found the van nearby. it had crashed and they found the man dead inside. lopez shot at the man as the carjacker was drive away. an iconic part of super bowl history flew over the bay area today. next we go inside the goodyear blimp to see what it takes to keep it aloft, and why it won't be flying over the game tomorrow. i'm meteorologist drew tuma. a wonderful start to the
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sky 7 hd captured the goodyear blimp flying over the bay area this weekend. very few have seen it from the inside. that's the view abc 7 news reporter jonathan bloom experienced. >> reporter: coming in for a landing, most pilots would look for a runway. not william bayless. he's looking for a crowd of
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people. >> it takes 15 people to land this. >> reporter: perhaps the hardest job was landing the job landing this glimp. the glimp is lighter than air. grabbing it and holding it down is a wrestling match. as one passenger climbs on, another climbs off. >> we took everyone off at the same time. but for all the awkwardness on the ground, once it takes to the skirk it's the smoothest ride there is. and it's green lights all the way. >> we have the right of way over just about any aircraft in the sky. >> when you have 1.2 million burth day balloons of helium above you, flying is a much different experience. >> this is the elevator control wheel. i've had passengers say, are you in a wheelchair? which, you know, kind of call the pilot seat the wheelchair. >> his feet are working.
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about eight inches left and right. >> average speed around 35 miles an hour. but going slow is what makes it great for cameras. >> the best camera platform. the first to do it for aerial coverage. started in 1955 for the rose bowl. >> and countless other sporting events. >> we're getting the beauty shots for the networks. downtown sunsets. >> what do they get in exchange? priceless advertising. >> seen by millions of fans from the ground and living rooms. >> i'm not much of a pilot. i'm a tire salesman. >> jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. >> clear sailing yesterday. how about today? >> beautiful. i'm so bummed it's not going to be flying. live doppler 7 hd. it's quiet. we've got high pressure in control. with high pressure you get really quiet weather pattern. we're dry. day planner for tomorrow, it's
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going to be equally as beautiful. blue skies through the afternoon. mild temperatures, too. mid-60s along the coast. most locations into the upper 60s and 70s, including levi's stadium. kickoff temperature 73. highs across the bay 70 in oakland. 68 san francisco and 74 for napa. the accuweather seven-day forecast shows you it's warmer tomorrow and records possibly going down and by friday that's your next chance of any wet weather. just a slice chance at the 1 on our storm impact scale. did i ever tell you how mike shumann made eddie debartolo the man he is today. >> board games. >> ah, other big games today. and tomorrow's big game has vernon davis participating in his second super bowl. his thoughts coming up next in sports. this is our abc 7 news 360 camera showing you all the
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events from super bowl 50. it's the puppy bowl right at super bowl city. you can manipulate the camera. look at the cute pup attacking our tripod. manipulate the video and images from your phone and tablet. we'll be updating these videos and images all weekend long on all of our social media pages.
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abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. stanford men squaring off this afternoon. whoever emerged victorious here would improve to .500. a couple of major league manager s at the game. cal starts to pull away. cameron rooks. bears by 16 at the break. second half, all bears. brown to the hoop. and one. freshman can play. he had 16.
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bears up 22. jabari byrd another. 13 points. bears win, 76-61. the sharks in nashville to take on the preds. no score first period. ryan johansson freezes the defense. 1-0, nashville. second period, sharks trying to clear. johansson intercepts. a shot on the hand. it trickles in. 2-0 nashville. sharks, 6-2, the final. eddie d. has been voted in to the pro football hall of fame. he brought respectability to the area. no better place for him to get the nod. this is eddie's fourth time as a finalist. took them 50 minutes and 33 seconds of debate. longest of any finalist, before they made the call. no better owner in sports. you can ask anyone who ever played for him, and i fall into that xpg treated everyone like family and maded sure his team
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had everything to succeed. he was humbled. >> it's unbelievable. it's almost like it was a script that was written. you know, having super bowl 50 here in the bay area. after all the years that we battled and played here is something that i don't know if anybody could ever write a better script. former 49er vernon davis was traded midseason to the broncos after a decade with the niners. he'll be playing in his second super bowl tomorrow. i sat down with him earlier this week. what's it like to be back in the bay area? >> it's great to be back here. a tremendous opportunity for me, and it's just -- i can't wait. i'm excited. >> when you got traded, you come to the broncos. that's always a huge adjustment. i guess a little bit of a payoff for what happened there. >> when i left here, i had hope and believed it was something -- something special about me going from here to the broncos at the
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middle of the season like that. i knew something good was going to happen out of it. and i'm here. >> people don't realize how tough that is to go to another team midseason like that. you go into a totally different team. you have to incorporate that relationship with your teammates, learn the playbook and that can be challenging depending on the offensive coordinator and who is running the show. in this case, peyton manning is running the case. very intricate at times as far as quarterback. which is a good thing. but it just takes time. i was traded. you're lucky if you know anybody on the team. did you and how tough was that adjustment to fit in the locker room? >> when i arrived in denver, i had about 25 text messages from different players. you know, probably only knew five of those guys, but i thought that was a wonderful thing that they'd reach out to me and just -- i knew from that
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point this was a special team. >> you've been to a super bowl. any of the younger players coming up to you for a little, what's it like? >> the only thing we have to worry about is staying together. don't worry about the outside. stay within. and everything will be just fine. >> any hard feelings with the 49ers and the trade? >> no. never did anything wrong to me. treated me well throughout my tenure here as a niner. you have to look at it. it's a business. >> you are one of the greatest 49ers ever. wish you luck in the super bowl. have fun, man. >> i appreciate it. >> good luck to vernon. this abc 7 sports report brought to you by river rock casino. cam newton won the mvp this year. last mvp quarterback to win the super bowl in the same season, kurt warner in 1999. the jinx is on. i pick the broncos in what most
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consider an upset victory. we'll see from the game tomorrow. >> the young gun against the old sheriff. >> peyton manning has 199 victories. nice for him to get 200 and go out with a victory. >> would be very nice. what's your pick? >> no idea. >> what is your record anyway? >> i've never been wrong. >> i think your wife would disagree. >> never, always. he gets those two words mixed up all the time. i'm eric thomas.
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