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>> al: again overtime rules, each team the possibility to process the ball. and the team receiving the kickoff, arizona, scores a touchdown. anything less, the ball will at least be taken by green bay for a possession. if they're tied after one possession each, the next score wins. unlike the regular season, game cannot end in a tie. in the regular season, each team gets two time-outs. but because this is like the start of a new game and a half, you get three timeouts. so, crosby, to put the ball in the air. and nelson will take it and take
you talk about having cameras everywhere, when you have you seen this? we have a camera on the coin. and you heard him say it didn't flip. and it didn't flip. >> cris: i have seen pizzas flip more than that. >> al: oh, man. >> cris: he couldn't do that if he tried it 100 times and not have it flip once. >> al: you can't. >> cris: really perceptive by aaron rodgers to immediately call for -- >> al: all of the packers did. matthews. >> cris: laughing by the end of it. >> al: and now, arizona from the 20 yard line. blitz coming. palmer extending the play. crosses the field. larry fitzgerald. fitzgerald, is going to take it into green bay territory. larry fitzgerald in the 30, the 20.
one of the greatest postseason performers ever. his only postseason was one for the ages. what happens here? 75 yards, first and goal. >> cris: as great as it was by fitzgerald, it may be better by carson palmer. watch in. escapes, finds fitzgerald across the field, to set this entire thing up. and this was a huge tackle at the end. fitzgerald scores, it's ovov. great play by casey hayward to give them a chance. and what we've seen around the goal line from arizona, who knows? >> al: play clock all the way down. and arizona has to take a time-out. took everybody through all of the excitement and having to go 75 yards to get down there. back to see what fitzgerald did to get free.
the way across the field because all of the scrambling was happening. and carson palmer, not known for his mobility, not in the least. and burnett could scramble around. and then, somehow find larry fitzgerald, runs into bobby massie. i've seen anything. >> al: oh, yeah. >> cris: i've seen everything. >> al: at seven catches for larry fitzgerald. 171 yards. first and goal from the 5. david johnson is the running back. fitzgerald, set to the right. he's going to go to fitz again. incomplete. that time, sam shields covering. second down and goal. >> cris: they are also flying the safety over the top. ha ha clinton-dix is flying over the top to larry fitzgerald. somebody has to get that in
ages. where do you begin to write the story of this one? >> cris: shovel pass, motion here, pulling in front. and simply up between. a very old-fashioned play. a very old-fashioned play caller, bruce arians, came up with, at the perfect time. and who better than larry fitzgerald, who simply took over this football game. carson palmer on the scramble. they lose larry fitzgerald. and here you go. i can't believe what i'm seeing out of this ball game. al, come on. you've been doing this a long time.
>> al: this is -- as i said, this is one for the books here. in so many ways. there's so many plays. and it ends with number 11 going into the end zone. arizona moves on. green bay goes home. postgame next. we brought you here today to get your honest opinion about this new car. to keep things unbiased, we removed all the logos. feels like a bmw. reminds me a little bit of like an audi. so, this car supports apple carplay. siri, open maps. she gets me. wow. it also has teen driver technology. it even mutes the radio until the seat belts are buckled. i'm very curious what it is. this is the 2016 chevy malibu. and it sells for? it starts at twenty-two five. whwh? oh wow. i mean with all this technology. that's a game changer. we're about to show you an incredibly low fare. like all our fares, you get two free bags and zero change fees. because what's the point of an incredibly low fare
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>> and here, now, the final scoror just in case, unluckily for you, you just tuned in. 26-20, in overtime. a game that defies belief. defyies description. defies analysis, for that matter. arizona, now, will move on. and they will face the winner of tomorrow's game, between seattle and carolina. if it is carolina, then the cardinal gas to charlotte. if it t seattle, the seahawks will come here. the star of the game, this time, only one game ball. it will go to the great larry fitzgerald. he was targeted 12 times. he caught eight, for 176 yards. and d e 75-yarder to set up the gamemeinning t.d. and he caught that one. 176 total yards. when it is his time to be enshrined at canton, the highlight reel will include several plays from this game. and maybe it will include his conversation with michele tafoya.
>> larry, another remarkable postseason performance. in o ortime, let's talk about the first 75-yard play. what happened? >> it was an over route. and got a little pressure. over in the flat. and i tried to get to the end zone. that's an unbelievable job of the plays for us. our defense played lights-out today. and a great team effort. >> how did you guys overcome so many ups and downs and fight through some rough performances to pull this one off? >> we're a resilient team. a lot of guys that believe in each other. we work hard in practice every day. we believe. and coach instills that into us. keep on fighting next week. >> fighting next week. what's the mindset of this team, now that this one's in t t books? >> glad to get this behihi us. it was tough. that team was really good. you have to tip your hats to them. they did a great job today. but we found a way to win. that's what it's all about. >> congratulations, larry. >> i appreciate it.
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time. fitzgerald, the 75-reception. and the five-yard shovel pass. he caught 7 balls for 170 yards in the second half alone. he had one catch for six yard in the first half. cris, larry fitzgerald's father is a sportswriter. he can't come up with a lead. where does he start tonight? >> you can't get enough of this stuff. we laugh sometimes. we're all so addicted to the national football league. but there is no reality television out there that can match the drama that we just saw. those men putting everything on the line. so many injuries. here we are with insanity. can you imagine if that had been reversed and green bay had gotten the ball there? >> six years ago, they met in the playoff game here.
in overtime, 51-45. what a rivalry this has become. >> we say thanks, very much, for the great show. >> we're done. to nantz and sims and buck and aikman, our buddies, good luck the rest of the way. arizona beats green bay. the final score, 26-20. "saturday night live" expect on the west coastt coming up. adam driver. and musical guest, chris stapleton. for our entire great crew, al michaels, cris collinsworth, and michele tafoya, saying good night from glendale, arizona. what a game. nbc sports thanks for you
football league.good evening, thanks for joining us, i'm robert lowe siouxland is seeing some fridgit temperatures tonight, that's coupled with some dangerously low wind chills. for more on the cold, we bring in ktiv meterologist t.j. spririer. t.j. break it down for us wininhill advisory in effect for parts of northern/northeas tern siouxland from this evening until noon sunday we have begun our arctic blast all across siouxland@today! temperatures struggled to get out of the single digits along with dangerously cold wind chills. values are expected to drop anywhere from 25 to close to 40 below zero. urge caution and bundle up if you have to travel tonight! clouds will also be on the increase this evening as we move into our saturday night. this cold front will give us our strongest blast of cold air along with another chance for snow. thh snow willl be of the dry and fluffy
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white stuff through sunday morning. your 7-day forecast is coming up in 10 minutes and you've got some tips on what to do to stay warm out there? wind chills will be the worst saturday night and sunday night with values dropping as lows 40 below zero! temperatures will also be
dropping well below zero, getting close to that -10 degree mark. winds chills will be colderroff towards ne siouxland. some tips to stay safe tonight! please makeesure you bundle up and layer your clothing. stay indoors and limit exposure, and be cautious about your travel and be prepared. and due to the cold weather, we've already recieved a f f cancellations for chruch services and other events around siou[land
make sure to call ahead, to see if your event is still on. tonight a sioux city house went up in flames, shorly before 6 p.m. this video was shot by ktiv viewer donnie tasy. you can see flames roaring from the roof, as firefighters b btle the blaze. the home is in the 3300 block of morgan street. sioux city detective jeremy mcclure said no people were inside the home during the fire, but three dogs were. mcclure says all the dogs are safe and sound. a three-vehicle accident in buena vista county killed one person last night. the incident happened on highway 71 and 615 st. shortly after 11 p.m. a northdbound vehicle collided with a southbound semi-truck and trailer. the driver of the vehicle---anthony bruhl was pronouced dead at the scence. the driver of the semi truck was not injured a third vehicle collided with debris from the accident. that driver suffered minor injuries the accident remains under
campaign stops continue to swing through siouxland. g-o-p candidate marco rubio held a town hall forum earlier tonight. hundreds came to dordt college in sioux center to hear from the florida senator. although rubio remains in the third place in recent polls, he says his campaign is on the right track. "voters here take very seriously their caucus vote, i know a lot of them make their decision at the last minute. even if i were in first place you'd be concerned because people change their minds," said sen. marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate. south dakota congresswom an kristi noem says rubio understands the needs for those living in the heartland. "my discussions with marco have been about the struggles people e
bills. innsouth dakota we have a higher energy consumption than a lot of other places in the country, our wages are low, we struggle living paycheck to paycheck.," said kristi noem, south dakota representative. senator rubio will be in eastern iowa on monday. it's not just marco rubio, with h st over two weeks ununl the iowa caucuses all the candidates are hitting the campaign trail hard to shore up last minute support. nbc's chris pollone has the latest.
of four u-s prisoners in iran, including washington post reporter jason rezaian while using the prisoner swap to slam the president and secretary of state. s/ sen. ted cruz / republican presidential candidate:39 - :49 "and so while we celebrate their return, this deal serves as a piece of propaganda for both iran and the obama administration." in iowa, marco rubio also called the prisoner trade a sign of president obama's failed foreign policy. s/ sen. marco rubio / republican presidential candidate:55 - 1:03 "a deal with iran, deal with the stro brothersrs a deal with the taliban, why do you think they take american prisoners?" meanwhile, the democrats are preparing for their final debate before iowa sunday night surrogates for hillary clinton are busy getting her message out husband, bill, talking up her experience as secretary of state to voters in iowa. s/ president bill clinton 1:15 - 1:25 "as secretary of state, she got the sanctions against iran and had russia and china going along with them. i confess, i didn't think she could do that." with bernie sanders running even with clinton in iowa and new hampshire, analysts expect to see escalating attacks between the two in the final days between the first two contests. chris pollone, nbc news, new york. >> and the democratic debate will
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