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touchdown earlier tonight with the carry. >> todd: this florida state team, not going to be able to play in the acc championship game, probably still going to get a very good bowl assignment, maybe even a new year's six bowl. >> joe: if clemson wins, they go to the college football playoff. so, then you go with the highest ranked orange bowl. that could likely be florida state. >> joe: th >> todd: going to be without dalvin cook next year, but a very talented team coming back. >> joe: next sunday, we're going to have the college football playoff selection show. it's going to be a four-hour special. to exclusively reveal the college football playoff semifinal match-ups. this year, it's the chick-fil-a
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fiesta bowl. we're going to sit back, find out which game we're calling here. but it's going to be a wild ride of controversy between now and then. because things have gotten wacky in the big ten, where the perceived second-best team in the country will not be playing in the big ten title game, instead, it's going to be wisconsin and penn state. and then, you've got things in the pac-12 still to be decided, with washington and colorado. and start framing the as deondre francois -- you think it means just a little something in this rivalry? francois able to celebrate the eight-yard touchdown run. >> todd: guess who the lead blocker was? dalvin cook. it's a little quarterback counter. they pull a guard. he leads up. and dalvin cook, one of the best running backs in america says, you know what? get in my back pocket, young
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kind of like that, francois fumbled on the carry, they get a chance to run it again and he scores a touchdown. >> joe: logan tyler bounces it off the upright to keep that p.a.t. streak alive for florida state. always a fun night with these two. stadium, where aerial coverage is provided by goodyear. watching over the hard work and determination of blimp-worthy athletes for over 60 years. goodyear, official sponsor of the college football playoff. and that college football playoff needs to get filled in. will clemson be able to get through virginia tech? who would have predicted that
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bedlam awaits in the big 12. colorado and coach mcintyre, he's got to be the coach of the year, doesn't he? >> todd: he's had a phenomenal year. but chris peterson, also, what he's doing at washington, how they've played this year. that's an interesting match-up, as well. >> joe: conventional thinking is if everything holds form, if the s.e.c. and the acc, the favorites win, ohio state's already in the clubhouse. there's going to be one spot to fight >> todd: that's where the committee is really going to get put to the test. how important conference championships are to them, in trying to determine who the four most deserving teams are. >> joe: and the s.e.c. championship will be these gators against number one alabama. their ninth championship meeting. the most between two schools in the s.e.c.
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bama's 6-4. of course, last year, alabama won it 29-15. and it will be a defensive showdown, no doubt about it. it has been a fun ride to arrive at this point of the college football season. i'm glad you've us. joe tessitore, todd blackledge, holly rowe with you here in the final minute from tallahassee. todd, we talked about whether or not there was a college football playoff implication on this game or not. 41 players, between these teams, came from just 15 high schools in the state of florida. 41 out of 15 schools. they have known each other for a
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>> todd: it's an interesting rivalry, too, as holly touched on it. florida state, florida wouldn't schedule them for the longest time. and then they were forced to schedule them. the miami/florida state rivalry is a little bit more respectful. there's a little bit more bitter feelings in this one, between the seminoles and the gators. the schools are closer together. and the feelings are a little bit more intense between the two schools. >> joe: for year, florida dn for the older fans, it means a lot especially. austin appleby, 14 of 29 tonight, only 109 yards passing. as he cranks this up and gets it complete to lewis.
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has had to deal with. they've been shuffling up that offensive line, as another strike to lewis. of course, luke del rio was ahead of appleby on the quarterback depth chart. there he is. we invite you to stay tuned for the ford wrapup after the game. mac and mark and stan. curious to hear their opinions, as to what has happened today. cassidy's done a great job all night long, as well. final half minute here in tallahassee. appleby with cronkrite out of the backfield, as he steps out inside the 30.
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you go up against miami and the gators and fill it in, todd. >> todd: yeah. >> joe: last four years. >> todd: yeah, that is -- that's big. you mentioned, all these guys that know each other, played against each other. in many cases, played with each other. bragging rights over spring break. >> joe: cronkrite will get the first down here. 17-1 against in-state opponents since head coach. of course, usf on that list, as well, as an opponent. and this senior class for florida state, the four-year guys. 8-0 now against florida and miami. that has never happened before. to have four years of a sweep of
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lot of talent that jimbo fisher has to work with in the next few years. and you know recruiting will stay at a high level for jimbo. oh, that was burns. >> joe: and he just had to get rid of it. and perine, just trying to make the most of it, hit the clock. that is four straight wins over florida. for the noles. and jimbo fisher. and what a night for dalvin cook. and doesn't he deserve it? 153 yards. jim mcelwain's got business to do. getting ready to face his old boss in atlanta. but this one means a heck of a
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florida. >> todd: another hug for dal vip. he's got one more game with him, whatever that might be in the postseason. >> joe: let's go to holly. >> holly: well, coach, i know for your seniors, a special night, to go out, never having lost to florida. what does it mean for you to see them do it? >> it's the first class to ever go 4-0 against miami, 4-0 against florida what these seniors have done for this program, very unbelievably proud of them and the kids deserve it. this guy right here, he's pretty special. >> yes, sir. >> holly: he is pretty special. and dalvin, you know, they have a sign up on the jumbotron, thank you, dalvin. was this your last game tonight? and how proud of you? >> i'm proud of this team. the way we competed in this game, man. we have another go game to play. we're going to enjoy this win and i love this coaching staff, man. >> holly: i did one of your first interviews ever on signing day and you had big goals for
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leading rusher. >> that means a lot, man. this group, they did a great job. this o-line man, i have to give it to them. they did a great job of blocking for me and doing everything that i needed to do. and that's why we sitting at the top all together. >> holly: thank you, guys. a special night for both of you. >> thank you, thank you. >> thank you. >> joe: dalvin was awesome, but so was the defense. they didn't allow a third down conversion. the gators were 0 for 12. some defensive fireworks for the noles. holding a team without down conversion? florida state hadn't done that since 1980. held florida to only 207 yards. ninth win for the noles, as we send it to cassidy hubbarth back in the studio. so long from tallahassee. >> thanks, joe. as you heard jimbo just say, the
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program history. welcome into the ford wrapup. and what a rivalry weekend it has been. headlined by the game, which lived up to the hype and then some. even if it left one coach bitterly disappointed. especially since we saw the first ever overtime between michigan and ohio state in their 113-game history. it was in front of a record-setting crowd at the shoe on pins and needles until the very last snap. ohio state tied it up to force o.t. first and goal, j.t. barrett keeps it himself. barrett, 125 yards rushing in the game. fourth and goal. wilton speigh. in double o.t., ohio state going for it. barrett gets the first down. jim harbaugh thinks it's short. saying postgame he was bitterly disappointed in the officiating. they reviewed the play, and the call stood. the very next play.
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ohio state completes the largest comeback win versus michigan, since 1987. urban meyer improved to 5-0, but his work was far from over postgame. >> that was an exciting win. that's my wife. i'll get right back to you, bye. she said, bring a gallon of milk home on the way home. i'll take questions. >> that's one way to celebrate. but it's penn state who could celebrate a big ten east tithe with a win versus michigan state. third quarter. trace mcsorley throws deep to an open chris godwin. penn state wins 45-12 to clinch their first big ten east division title. they'll face wisconsin next saturday. and speaking of number six,
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fourth quarter, tied at 17. cory clement with his second rushing touchdown of the day. wisconsin wins 31-17 to notch their third straight ten-win season. to the iron bowl. number 13, auburn taking on number one alabama. third quarter. jalen hurts finds stewart who does the rest. alabama didn't allow a touchdown the entire month of november. up next, they have florida in the s.e.c. championship game. south carolina, number four clemson. deshaun watson finds mike williams inside the ten. and williams carries on his back, into the end zone. clemson rolls, 56-7, to clinch their fourth 11-win season in the last five years. number nine colorado taking on number 22 utah. utah down 20-16. joe williams stripped and takes it into the end zone. colorado wins 27-22 to get its first ever pac-12 south title. they will face washington in the pac-12 title game. so, with the buffs win, usc's chances at the title game are lost, but they haven't done much
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adoree jackson, a punt return touchdown, kickoff return touchdown and testireceiving td the game. now, while it's been a day filled with surprises, controversy, disappointment and elation on the field, the day started with a few headlines filled with emotion off the field, as we saw three big names in coaching get fired, get hired and stay put. charlie strong, fired after going 16-21 in three seasons at texas. he's being herman, who went 22-4 with houston. and at lsu, the interim tag has been removed from ed sporgeron. louisville and kentucky. kentucky wins it 41-34. lamar jackson, four total tds, but three picks and a frun ch time fumble in the loss. and college football can't stop, won't stop.
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mountain west mountain division, but they're down big to new mexico in their regular season finale on espn2. and byu and utah state in a close one over on espnu. that's it for the week 13 ford wrapup. i'm cassidy hubbarth. see you guys next week. (door slam) ooo! (laughter) ? oh my god get out! smile for the camera! ? woo! we all live for football. and we're headed to the playoff. life is a sport. the ford escape.
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>> the view cvb newscenter five at 11:00 starts right now. >> we found a young woman deceased inside the apartment with some young children, three young children. nichole: where the investigation stands. reid: cuba after castro. uncertainty about what comes after fidel. mike: breezy conditions moving in. nichole: moment of impact. a hit and run caught on camera. reid: firefighters bringing back some little dogs from the brink. nichole: we are following a tragic story out of austin. -- of boston. a mother found dead inside her apartment.
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and the home as relatives make that the story. diane: police are working on a timeline trying to find out how the woman died and how long her children have been in the apartment alone before her body was discovered. officers rushed to the apartment for a possible home invasion this afternoon. after they started investigating, they realized it was not an intruder but rather concerned relatives who forced the door open when they had not heard from the mother ling deceased in the apartment. diane: it is not clear how the woman died. >> we are not sure if it is a natural death or some trauma. it could be a medical condition. diane: the woman part three young children were also in the apartment when the body was discovered. >> it is unfortunate. these children have been taken to the hospital. we are waiting to further examine the body. diane: police said the children
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diane cho, wcvb newscenter 5. reid: the world continues to react to the death of former cuban president fidel castro. these images of people filling the streets are from daylong celebrations in miami's little havana. castro was 90 years old. nichole: one of the longest-serving heads of state, the controversial leader ruled the communist island with an iron grip for decades. celebrations in miami hours after the stunning announcement of fidel castro's death at 90. he was born on august 13, 1926 in oreinte province, cuba. as a child he was educated at private catholic schools and later went on to study law at the university of havana. castro became an activist for the poor and promised democracy but went on to rule cuba for more than 40 years with an iron fist. >> i'm not afraid to say i am a convinced communist. i feel honored to be a communist and i hope i will be to the last breath.
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the u.s. retaliated by breaking off diplomatic relations with cuba and imposing a trade embargo. in 1961 president john f kennedy approved a cia invasion force of 1300 cuban exiles who went ashore at the bay of pigs. castro was able to fend off the invasion. in 1962 american spy planes discovered he had allowed the soviets to put nuclear missles in cuba. >> i have directed the armed forces to prepare for any eventualities. nichole: moved in and the soviets backed down in exchange for a pledge that america would not attack cuba. the soviet sytle economy castro promoted eventually produced dissent. in 1980, thousands of cubans braved rough seas and dehydration to reach america in the mariel boatlift. in 2006 castro temporarily handed over some of his powers to his younger brother raul as he battled health problems, but he never returned to power.
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offering his condolences to the castro family. in a statement, the president saying -- president-elect donald trump calling castro a brutal dictator. he says his administration will do all it can to ensure the cuban people can finally begin their journey toward prosperity and liberty. reid: in miami, there have been celebrations in the streets since the announcement of castro's death. members of florida's cuban-american community say legacy is not romanticized. >> a man who separated so many families throughout the years, a man who killed many, who imprisoned many individuals just for thinking different a. >> the legacy is one of destruction of the economy, the destruction of the population morally, socially, and
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far. no reports of violence or arrests during the celebrations. here in boston, fidel castro's death greeted with mixed emotions. nichole: there were celebrations to be sure, but also quiet reflection. newscenter 5's david bienick continues our team coverage. david: for 20 years at his cuban restaurant in jamaica plain nobel garcia been keeping a , bottle of champagne marked open only when fidel is dead. >> i am happy that he passed away. what, 90 years? was abusing the cuban people from behind a wall. david: down the street, cuban shop owner aida lopes also celebrated castro's death with a game. after her family fled cuba in 1972, she kept his portrait on a roll of toilet paper. do you feel joy about his death? >> it's ok. david: just ok? >> yeah, it's ok. everybody goes. >> you are looking at the old
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michelle wojcik says while many of her parents' generation hated castro younger cuban-americans , have more complex emotions about his legacy. >> i think there is actually things that should be recognized positive and things that should be critiqued. david: fidel castro transferred power to his brother eight years ago and since then there have been some small changes in c back at his cuban restaurant, nobel garcia popped the cork on his 20-year-old bottle of champagne. then he took a sip and got a surprise. >> is it still good? >> apple juice. nicole: for many cuban-americans, this day they once thought would change everything brought an expected taste. in jamaica plain, david bienick, wcvb newscenter 5.
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night. clearing skies. almost sunday morning. stormteam 5's mike wankum is with me now. clear skies. mike: we have not talked about that in a while. a lot of gray skies sitting out there. things are clearing away and that is the beauty of this forecast. sunshine on your sunday. we have clear skies. not much for shower activity. there is a little outwards that way. tomorrow we start with sunshine and sunday sunny all day. -- and stay sunny all day. tomorrow will be on the breezy side and will not be very warm. in boston, the temperature drops to the 30's. we topping off at 40-45 for high temperatures tomorrow. get away from the coast. we have temperatures in the 20's and 30's, and with all the
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the ice scraper tomorrow morning. our next weather event looks like it will be arriving on tuesday with some rain. we will talk about what you can expect temperature wise in a few moments. reid: a horrific hit and run caught on camera. a 25-year-old man thrown into the air as the driver kept going. our nicole estaphan is in brockton tonight where police say they need a break in this case. nicole: he was a worker, artwork of three of at a sandwich shop and they tell us he is not doing well. in this video, you see the victim, the man in the middle, leaving a bar friday morning. the group of men went into the street and that is when a car appears to barrel through them. the moment of impact is graphic. we are choosing not to show it. after the man is hit, you can see his friends react in shock.
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least three cars lengths away. the driver of the car never even brakes. >> we will be doing some crossing guard duties with flashlights as they come and they leave to make it safe. nicole: if you have any information, call brockton police. nichole: a s 46-year-old timothy o'sullivan of newton was pulled from the waters near the kahala hotel and resort. the incident happened friday. an autopsy will be performed on monday to determine the exact cause of death. reid: a head-on crash in carver on route 58 today. the vehicles involved in both rolling over. medflight had to be called in for a child that was hurt. the cause of the crash is under investigation. the search is on for the suspect in this picture, accused of robbery at a gas station in dartmouth.
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pulled a gun on a man inside the shell station at the intersection of state road and reed road last night. they say the suspected robber beat the man with the gun and then took his money. the patriots on the road again this weekend, and a bit banged up. nichole: just who will take the field against the jets not exactly etched in stone. bob halloran is here. bob: we know tom brady doesn't like to say much about any injuries he may be dealing with but he language today and here it is. a facebook post of a road sign on route 95 in foxboro and brady rights, next stop, new york. his way of telling his fans that he's on his way and ready to play. and if brady gets another win as expected, it will be his tying 200th, him with peyton manning for the most all-time and it's only a matter of time before he holds the record all by himself and it's a record that may never be broken. >> i've been able to count on a lot of people over the years and a lot of guys who battled
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things, football injuries, and it is a tough sport. i have been around a little bit and have played with a lot of great players. bob: that's tom brady talking about great teams. later, he'll talk about the jets . plus, the boston college eagles look to become bowl eligible. nichole: rescue from the fire. how first responders in florida brought thre the brink. reid: honoring a hero. while this scholarship is more than a tribute.
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teacher killed in a stabbing rampage in taunton. wife rosemary organized a -- george heath's wife rosemary organized a scholarship fundraiser in his name at the bertucci's where the attack happened back in may. the george heath superhero scholarship will go to a student at greater new bedford vocational-technical high school where heath worked. ,>> any student has gone above and beyond themselves, to help someone else come community, churches, we will pick the when her at the end of the year. they are doing something better, something beyond them. i want this to benefit the student. reid: george heath was killed after he came to the aid of a pregnant waitress during the attack. an off-duty sheriff's deputy shot and killed the man responsible. nichole: tonight, one of the six victims in that devastating bus crash in tennessee laid to rest. her friends taking to the stage
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choir. they sang her favorite songs. bus driver johnthony walker was speeding when he crashed the bus, killing six children earlier this week. the 24-year-old faces several charges of vehicular homicide. three dogs pulled from a house fire in florida saved by the quick action of firefighters. the dogs were lifeless when firefighters rescued them and gave them some oxygen. they were all suffering from smoke inhalation. look at this. a dozen firefighters surrounded and giving them water. >> they are doing a very good job. i think them for doing that because without them, the dogs would be dead. nichole: no one was home at the time of that fire. investigators are working to find the cause. reid: we've lost a couple of degrees. it is 38 degrees. a chilly night, a great day. a little bit wet today. we could have frost on the windshield.
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in the air and when you have the temperature below 32 degrees is when you get ice on the window. some of you may have to do scraping. high temperatures running to the mid-to-upper 40's. a few spots staying in the upper 30's for high temperatures this afternoon. the skies are starting to clear. it is 40 degrees in the city of boston with a west-northwesterly wind at nine miles per hour. tomorrow we will have temperatures a little warmer than they are now. the breeze will be up. for most of the day, the windchill index will be hovering in the 30's. it will look good but that she will feel cool but look great. -- it will feel good and look great. this is spinning moisture and why you will see parts of maine, canada getting heavy snow out of


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