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tragedy ken ton, a 6-year-old is killed after she is pinned under a tree, her community is left heartbroken. the storm is leaving dangerous driving conditions, what you need to know before hitting the roads today. the candidates making last-ditch effort to win over those votes. and a massive earth rocking taiwan, the death toll rising and hundreds injured. good saturday morning, i'm brandon gunnoe. food to have you with us. i'm nancy chen. those stories but still quite icy out there right now.
a clean up, and allen with a check on the weekend forecast. yes, that is the issue. in case you missed, we got 8 love snow, worcester is the winner, over a foot there, and quincy over eight inches of snow, officially boston under 7 inches and that was a heavy, wet snow and that little bit of slush that will remain on the roads yesterday evening is now a solid block of ice. look at the temperatures 25 in boston, 13 in norwood, 7 in nashua, so inc. isle digits out there -- so single since, digitses and the roads were more treacherous than they were at the height of the stormiest. look out for black ice this morning. satellite and radar all clear, when the sun comes up in 15 minutes it should be a good bit of it. and cold ground is notoriously hard to warm up. we will get into the upper 30s
we will get a little bit of melting and it will start to refreeze, and the rest of the weekend looks quiet. we are tracking the next storm system. we will talk about that coming up in a few minutes. the bay state cleaning up after another round of winter weather and all of that heavy snow. check that out, serious trouble across the bay state. that is the traffic tracker, plus the tree coming down on the snow. the tree branch fell in the street in newton. in canton the snow turning deadly, the community coping with i devastating tragedy aver 6-year-old girl is killed by a falling branch. she was belaying playing in her own backyard. >> the snow caused a large tree branch to snap and come crashing down. family says that kayleigh canyon has died after a tree fell on her.
20 feet pinning her underneath while her mother and father moved the tree. she died after being in critical condition. earlier in the day, they warned residents to stay inside. >> we are asking people to stay off the roads and stay in your homes until things lighten up. be careful out there. >> reporter: the wet, heavy snow, power trees, and power lines across the region. this power line was still live as it burned through the snow. firefighters say to be aware, the hazard could be above you. >> you have to be weary when you shoveling the driveway, helping neighbors, and kids in the yard, you have to understand that the weight of the snow on the branches and the wires poses significant hazard. and because of all of that wet, heavy snow, mr. canton residents lost their power during yesterday's storm. right now they are reporting 284 customer outages, that is better than last night.
call 911 in the case of an emergency. a storm causing dangerous conditions in many towns like these, smoking power lines, throwing scary power off lines. right now ever source is reporting that more than 43,000 customers are without power this morning. the national grid has that number at more than 24,000. it was a tricky commute home for some key riders, a branch fell on the track, spinning the key line for hours. fallen trees are creating a power struggle taking down power lines and making a mess on streets and sidewalks. 7's tim caputo, has a closer look at the damage at chestnut hill. during friday's evening chute, anything but go in chestnut hill after a treetopled on to the tree tracks, the green line tracks between kenmore and highland is deserted and commuters, hopped on buses making it harder to reach the weekend. >> it was very inconvenient. >> there was a tree, and there
was picking up. we had to guess and try to find people that worked with mbca. >> it was so long, but i guess that is -- the d and e branches of the green line were impacted by the storm. the heavy, wet snow was too much to bear for many trees, some landing on power lines, knocking down power in neighborhoods. some sparking fires light those here in bedford. some branches were inconvenient but easy to cut off and move. not everyone was so lucky. a few trees landed near or top of homes. they tweeted out crews with chainsaws trying to clear the roadways. it took all evening much to the dismay of tired commuters. we take it. overnight flames tearing
happened on pons street, you can see the firecrews working to put the fire out. smoke was pouring out the back of that house. no word yet on any injuries or what may have sparked those flames. turning to the new hampshire primary, this weekend, both sides hitting the campaign trial vying for last-minute support as the inch gears closer and closer. republicans gearing up for tonight's prefinal debate. we have all the late poll numbers, and we have team coverage from new hampshire and we have more from the republican side. >> unbelievable! unbelievable! >> donald trump snowed out of his event in new london, new hampshire continued on to south carolina. >> i'm unified, we're going to bring people together. >> the weather did not stop barbara bush to give her pitch for jeb bush. this time at a diner.
her husband was the president and the her next son. turned the table on reporters. >> the governor for ohio is hoping that his time spent here pays off. >> with the ground campaign we have, and the town halls, and the advertising, we feel very good about things. >> in massachusetts governor charlie baker broke his political silence and endorsed new jersey governor chris christie. >> that is based on a concern on the fact that the two weeks coming out of iowa are not folks who demonstrated an ability to collaborate and work across the aisle. >> reporter: baker is referencing trump and senator ted cruz. the cruz campaign was accused of attempting to get iowa caucus goers to abandon ben carson. you can hear what the cruz camp
it was just been announced that ben carson is taking a leave off of and tell ben carson votes that for tonight -- the top candidate will face-off in a debate, and marco rubio held a predebate rally, he has gained ground in the patrols, and he is about to face questions about his short stay in the senate. jennifer egan. and hillary clinton and bernie sanders are pushing and even arguing about who is more progressive and picking up more endorsements, we are live with what the candidates are saying. >> reporter: thousands of democrats cheering for the two candidates vying to be their party's presidential nominee.
change we need is through a political revolution. >> to paraphrase your native son, daniel webster, new hampshire is a small state, but there are those who love it and i am one of them. earlier hillary clinton aimed her message at women with help from a group of women u.s. senators. the revolution is electing the first woman president of the united states. and clinton reached out to bernie sanders supporters. >> i want to say a word to the extraordinary people particularly young people who are supporting senator sanders. i know you may not be for me now, but i am for you. >> one of the arguments against me in this campaign is i'm a really nice guy, i'm santa claus. i want to give away a lot of free stuff, but i don't pay for it. well, we do actually pay for it. reaching out to
secured an endorsement by ben jealous. >> he. gland. at station, things are starting to set down in our exclusive 7 news u mass tracking poll. here are the numbers, bernie sanders staying steady at 55%, hillary clinton gaining a point she has 41%. meantime undecided remain at 4%. take a look at tracking poll, bernie sanders has stopped his downward trend as for hillary clinton she is still ticking upwards, but now at a slower pace. let's go over to the republicans, donald trump went up a point at 35, and marco rubio lost a point, he has 14, and ted cruz remains at third at 13, and here is where things are starting to get interesting, jeb bush, and john kasich both
the other republicans, chris christie, down 1-4. and ben carson also down 1, with 3, and carlie fiorina also at 3 right now. to the tracking poll, you can see donald trump remains at the top, but he also stopped dropping, actually biked up picked up a point. and then it gets crowded, marco rubio and ted cruz lost a point, are and our tracking poll continues up to the new hampshire primary. we will have the latest result for you tomorrow morning here on 7 news starting a the 7:30 a.m. don't forget stay with 7 news on air and online through primary line. you canle to the candidates on their tour through new new hampshire on whdh.com. and on the 7 tablet apps. a developing story overseas. at least 11 people are dead and more than 400 are injured. this is in taiwan after a 6.4
city of tainan. a total of nine buildings collapsed, and five more were left tilted by this tremor. you can see emergency crews and soldiers raced to rescue hundreds of people. the u.s. coast guard search searching for survivors after two planes collided midair. the coast guard has recovered a part of a plane tail, officials believe two men and two women were on board of these planes. they have not found any survivors. johnny football is in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. the shocking accusations against the nfl star and what his family is now saying. and a spotlight against the next storm system which may be a couple of days away. the seven-day forecast is coming up. a sunday's big game has special meaning for five close friends. what the super bowl 5 have been
you should want your banking to be too. stop into td bank and we'll help set you up with picture perfect banking. new customers, open a checking and savings account and you can get a polaroid cube+ video camera on the spot. 6:15, well come back, nature is showing off as artistic side after yesterday's storm. look at that, the beautiful, sunshine following the storm. from taunton, we had on down play, this beautiful shot taken from the fire department. a viewer writing quote, no snow
our own jennifer eggon, took this shot. she didn't use the filter, the sky was purple. hashtag no filter. you did not need them yesterday. it was gorgeous. >> and social media lit up about the storms. i was tweeting a lot of pictures to the point that i had to finish off all of my tweets, i promise no more. >> you probably heard that saying, red hish night sailor's delight. it means the clouds and the storm system responsible are moving out. if you get it in the morning hour it means the storm system is moving in. that storm system as it moved out made for a beautiful sunset. took a couple of pictures myself, not that beautiful. got a couple of inches of snow, and it they will melt. and the same thing tomorrow morning, ice in the morning, melting, looking at the weekend, and looking at the next storm
we have several days where we could get periods of on and off snow. right now 25 in boston, 17 in beverly, rather 27 in pea town, and that wishful thinking but numbers well into freezing across the board. the snow that we got yesterday is now rock solid ice. do keep that in mind and be careful as you are headed out and about this morning. winds are light, less of a windchill, wind are starting to shift around, kind of out of this west-southwest. normly a west southwesterly wind would make for a warm day, but it's notoriously tough to warm up ground that is snow-covered. we got plenty of it out there right now. there's the storm responsible for yesterday's snow, now moving well out of november a scotia. and skies clear of new ep england. and we have the weak disturbance over the great lakes, and ta that will pass north of us, fairly quiet looking weekend, but then
interesting as we head into the early part of the week. high pressure starts to move out. one storm moving up the coast. and this will be a potent storm system but it's going to give us a glance being blow, passing to the north and east, still a mix of rain and snow for the came and the islands for the islands on monday morning with that changing into snow on monday afternoon and spreading inland. that moves out a glancing blow but another one coming from the west as we head into tuesday. the combination of the two will keep a chance for snow going off and on monday into tuesday, and maybe even the early part of wednesday, and of course, the big question is how much snow are we going to get? very preliminary, but this is one of our long range commuter mottles and that is starting to come in. data indicating 3, 4, 5 inches, that is total over the course of a couple of days. by the way, we are still even with yesterday's snow well below average for this time of year. there's the seven-day forecast.
on monday morning into wednesday morning. on and off periods of snow. added up it could be a few inches, and look at numbers it's going to be cold all of next week. back to normal, but coming up in on today in new england. a quarterback nfl you know who we are talking about at the center of a criminal investigation. his family speaking out about the accusations against johnny manziel. el a cold sore coming on? only abreva can heal it in as nd a half days when used at the first sign. tes deep and starts to work immediately ck the virus and protect healthy cells.. t tough it out, k it out, fast.
a football star in hot water. johnny manziel's family fearing his life is on the line if he doesn't change his ways. the nfl player has been in and out of rehab. >> how he is a subject of a criminal investigation, as his ex-girlfriend gets a protective order against him. they call him johnny football. the first freshman ever to win the heisman trophy. if johnny manziel doesn't get immediate help, his family says, he won't live to see his 24th birthday. in a police report, manziel's ex-girlfriend is quoted that the nfl star struck her several times including in the left ear and ran off. >> i heard screaming so i came out to the balcony.
restraining order keeping the quarterback away from his girlfriend for two years, and ordering him
to pay $20,000 in legal fees. the ex-girlfriend decleaned to press -- declined to press charges, and now the browns are dropping him, and the commissioner. >> we have people that have issues that may need to be addressed. we have a program and see how to make those add justments. >> manziel has avoided the spotlight telling tmz that the assault didn't happen and that he is completely stable refusing to check himself to rehab, his family says, hoping it's not game over for johnnyman manziel. a dallas police say that a criminal investigation into the incident with his girlfriend is ongoing. ahead at 6:30 on today in 9
super bowl with friend. >> with all the food involved, too. friend have not just been going to watching the super bowl now for the past 50 years, they're known as the super bowl 5, and they went to what is now known as super bowl 1 back in 1967. they said they went on a whim. they had such a great time that they went the next year the next year, until five years became 10, and 10 became 20. >> it's hit me sometimes and i thank the lord we're together. >> all right, just imagine, they have seen every play in super bowl history. they're devoted to each other, and the super bowl. the stories they must have. i would like to have them do this collage and now it's number 50. got to go for another 10. >> super bowl 60. >> well, next on today in new chockaholics. >> we have a sweet treat to win over your valentine this month.
make a tasty dessert on what is cooking. you got my attention. remember when we were in the 60s, we got temperatures in the single digit. which candidates are picking up steam ahead of the new hampshire primary. we will have a check of the very latest poll numbers. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision
and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for your vote. the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to
of the bay state, but not before leaving a big mess behind. we will take you to one area buried under almost a foot of snow. plus, the exclusive new poll numbers in the race for the white house, who is trending up and who is going down. the results of our 7 news u mass lowell tracking poll. a harvard graduate killed in a deadly collapse, when a train comes crashing down in new york. what led to this fall in the city. good morning, it's 6:30, thank you for joining us this saturday morning. i'm brandon gunnoe. >> i'm nancy chen, this morning quite a bit different, 24 hours. >> 60 degrees, 5 days ago, we have a snowstorm. snu >> you know what they say about new england, if you don't like the weather wait one day. >> we went from the 60s and temperatures in the teens and single digit. that is the issue that the snow is freezing hard. the winter 10 inches down to
and that purple band is the perfect, and the coldest temperatures under 7 inches in
boston, plymouth getting right around 8 inches, a little bit less as we get toward the outer cape and the islands where we had a little bit of rain or fair amount of rain later on before we switched over to snow. anyway, the slushy wet snow we had yesterday is now a solid block of ice when we got temperatures in the mid-20s in boston, that is one of the warmer numbers. 13 in norwood. and 17 in nashua, look out for black ice, look out for thick ice on the sidewalks this morning. otherwise, radar is quiet. satellite quiet as well. sun coming up in 20 minutes and when that sun comes up, we will get a good bit of it. mid-to upper 40s, a little bit of melting this afternoon but things refreeze depend tonight. the weekend looks quiet. we are tracking the next storm system for the early part of the workweek. more on that in a few minutes. here are the top stories, a
tree branch fell on her friday. kayleigh kennion was playing outside, when a tree branch pinned her underneath it. she was rushed to the hospital and she died a few hours later. a 6.4 magnitude earthquake shook the city of tainan. five cities collapsed and five tremor. emergency crews and soldiers people. street. you can see the firecrews working to put the fire out. smoke pouring out the back of that home. no word on any injuries or what may have sparked this fire. that snow and ice causing widespread problems yesterday into the night. many roads were dangerous for drivers with spinouts throughout
one area was hit hard bit snow worcester which saw almost a foot. we have a closer look. >> the town had a 11 inches of snow in one day making it a rough time for drivers. >> this truck is great in the salt. i can't complain, i got the four wheel drive. i got the rear wheels. these guys spent shoveling 7 hours and were headed for a break. >> the roads are good, finally they are good. >> in darmouth vehicles collided head on after the driver of the truck lost control. the bus catches fire with only minor injuries reported. and in wear ham, crews and heavy machinery had to pull a pickup truck out of a plow with out a of a ditch. one car loses control and tow trucks were a common sight. meanwhile on 95 south a fleet of plows were out to stay ahead of the storm. back in worcester things are clearing up, even keeping cab drivers happy.
7 news today in new englanded. the latest on new hampshire primary. the gop candidates are trying to pick up last-minute supporters as they prepare for another debate tonight. donald trump is scheduled to return to the first in the primary state today after he was snowed out of his scheduled event in london bury, new hampshire, and former florida governor getting some sweet love, his mother, 90-year-old barbara bush met with voters and campaigned with her son yesterday. as for ohio governor john kasich celebrated his 100 new hampshire town hall meeting and isn't done just yet. former secretary of state hill hillary clinton aimed her message at women. her rival senator, bernie sanders achieved a big victory. he secured an endorsement by ben jealous. sanders will be stepping away from the campaign trail tonight
night live. at one station after a few days of twinking, we are starting to set down on the u mass lowell poll. let take a look at the latest numbers. bernie sanders staying steady at 5 mers hillary clinton has 41%, undecided remain at 4. take a look at the tracking poll. you can see sanders has stopped his downward trend. as for clinton, she is ticking upwards but now at a slower pace. let go to the republicans, donald trump went up a point to 35, marco rubio lost a point he is has 14, and cruz lost a point third. and jeb bush, and john kasich gaind two point and both have now 10 the other republicans, chris christie down 1, and ben carson is down with 3. 3.
the top but he also stopped dropping, actually picked up a point, and then it gets crowded. marco rubio and ted cruz lost a point, and john kasich and jeb bush both gained two. our tracking poll, don't forget hampshire primary. we will have the latest results for you tomorrow morning right here on 7 news today in new england starting at 7:30 a.m. and don't forget, make sure you stay with 7 news on air and online through primary night. you can follow the candidate on their tour through new hampshire at whdh.com and the 7 news mobile and tablet apps. a harvard graduate killed in new york when a crane comes crashing down. now we're learning more approximate what led up to that deadly collapse and how weather may have played a role. 7's adam williams has more. >> we move at best, he is dropping it really quick. >> the moment the massive crane crashed to earth, it was captured on video. >> as stunned witnesses looked
>> there was an enormous bang, like the loudest bang ever, and the whole build being, probably the whole earth shook. on the street below, debris stretching the length of two football fields. the crane twisted and flipped, and the cars parked along the street flattened. >> we're going to need one more ambulance. we have one person struck by the crane. we have one person trapped in a car. >> the trapped man was one of three injured. 38-year-old david wicks was killed simply walking on the street during rush hour when the crane crashed down. hundreds of rescue workers rushed to the scene as new york's mayor calling it a miracle more weren't killed. this incident occurred as they were lowering the crane to secure. >> neighbors say they worried about the crane well before this morning's winds. >> so you're not surprised. >> i'm stunned, but i'm not surprised. >> i'm adam williams, 7 news
very stairy, that crane -- very scary. that crane was inspected, and was in full compliance but the investigation continues. caught on camera, a california highway patrol officer moved in for the rescue after a man standing at the edge of a bridge flips. this moment captured on a driver's cell phone video. that man walking the edge of a highway over pass this is in frees owe. fresno. that is when the officer tries talking to the who pose daidgedder for himself but also to the drivers below. >> i was concerned that he was going to fall over because he was so imbalanced. there were a couple of seconds that we were looking over the side where it was pretty nerve-racking. you can see the officer struggling to contain the man who makes a break for the edge of the over pass, but with the help of two other men that man was eventually taken into custody. also caught on camera an
florida by an 8-year-old boy. the young boy came into the store wearing a motorcycle helmet and a sweater covering his mouth. the clerk said the boy walked up to the counter, pulled out a knife and demanded money. the clerk managed to take the gun away from that 8-year-old boy are, and another employee stopped the boy from escaping. the cashier give me money. all of a sudden i'm so shocked, i'm not sure if it's a real gun or a fake gun. my priority is to take it away from him. i turned his wrist affidavit at that point my other co-worker grabbed him. officers say the incident is still under investigation, but so far no charges have been filed. also this morning, it's new on a broken iphone, if you own an iphone, you may be catching a break. mass dot reports that apple will soon pay for cracked iphone screens. it's an up grade for the current trade in program. who gives customers who trade in
work for the iphone 5s, and iphone 6, and 6 plus, apple hoping that this will encourage people to upgrade theirs phones. a luxury car revving up the competition, the err far ferrari, f35, sold for $35 million at auction. >> wow! >> this makes it the second most expensive car ever sold at an auction. if missed the world record of over $38 million when another, of course, if he ferrari was sold in 2014. >> you don't actually drive that car, you put it in your garage and look at it, don't you. >> you sit in jail in the garage. much fancier than my honda accord. coming up in new england. valentine's day around the corner. this year you may want to think about skipping the box of chocolates. what is next in what is cooking. if i'm spending $35 million
still cleaning up after yesterday's storm and already talking about the next one. that's the problem, it's not just one, it's two or three storms that may head our way over the course of the couple of days over the early part of next week. that makes it complicated the other complicated factor is that the tract of each storm is uncertain. yesterday's storm track changed dramatically 24 hours out. it means stay tuned. right now other than a direct hit by one of those storms, we will get a glancing blow by all of them. we will get 12 feet of snow, we will get on and off periods of snow where each round we will get an inch or two and over the course of several days it might
have to shovel. yesterday's snow is refreezing and refreezing hard. on our roads the roads were more treacherous this morning than they were at the height of the frozen. single digits at orange. the winds are very light so off. it's very cold. it's yesterday's storm moving out of the picture. a weak disturbance over the great lakes, that will pass over north of us yesterday, just enough to bring us a cloud offer two. great to go skiing temperatures fairly nice, not so cold that it's uncomfortable but still cold enough that you can keep the snow around. high pressure in control of our weather through the weekend and generally means fairly quiet weather. that will be the case through the remainder of the weekend. storm number one is coming up the coastline and that could impact us on monday morning with possibly rain changing over to snow as we head into monday afternoon, this will be a
will be greater at eastern massachusetts. the next one coming from the west ask that will impact us primarily on tuesday. depend, right now it looks like neither one will be a direct hit but we get on and off periods of snow, and now you add it all up, over the course of several days in our european model indicating it could be 3, 4, 5 inches. that is one long range model and the forecast will change dramatically i'm sure, and at least over the next couple of days, stay tuned, the other story is look how cold it will be. high temperatures only in the 20s for friday. all right, thank you, rob. valentine's day more than a week away. you may think about that. you may want to start thinking about the candy and don't forget date. >> are you chocolate or is that not original. >> i love chocolate. >> if you are looking to skip the standard box of chocolates we have a treat for you that is coming up on today's what is cooking. here is sarah french. .
air at turtle alley chocolate in gloucester. where owner hollie baker is serving up the perfect treat for your valentine. >> it's a dark chocolate mocha cherie bark. our motto is life is short, it's going to be about treats and others. to start melt two thirds of microwave. >> i think you should get the the best. we will turn it on for a minute to start. >> reporter: stir and then put the chocolate back in 30 seconds at a time until you pit two minutes. >> it doesn't have to be completely liquid. it needs to be mostly liquid. it's okay to have a couple of chufngz in chunk in there roz next take one-third of the remain being chocolate and add it to the bowl. >> little by little, the cold chocolate brings the temperature of the hot chocolate up. that is what you want to do. you make sure to push the
bowl so you are getting air even to the chocolate that is at the bottom. >> reporter: once all of the chocolate is melted, add in the chocolate and almond extract. >> you want to make sure that you get them in there and fully. if not, you may find that your bark streaks a little bit. >> reporter: finally the dry cherries. >> i think that is where we're going to be. spread out the chocolate until it's a quarter of an inch thick and wait 10 to 20 minutes. >> the chocolate is starting to curl up from the edges of the paper. that is letting you know it's ready to release. >> reporter: chop it up and enjoy. a sweet and simple recipe to make for that special one. i'm with what is cooking. sarah french. 7 news.
i would dip that in a jar of peanut butter. >> you want the chocolate and the peanut butter. >> that looks delish. good idea there. deflate gate still lingering around the nfl. what commissioner had a to say when asked about the level of air inside of foot balls. the celtics hoping for a big win against one of the east's west, and this is coming down to
they say to be the man, you have to beat the man. the celtics are sungarring in the east. winners in 7 of the last 8. on friday night they faced the man, lebron james, he guided the teams to 5 consecutive eastern conference title. lebron is taking off jared sul jer. but the celtics get it down to 6 at the break. they take the first lead of the game at the third. john ton grabs the offensive board, and kicking it out, part of the 15-2 run for boston.
the 4th, and turner keeping himself and blowing by lebron for the bucket. 9 run putting the celtics in full control. cleveland evens it and lebron takes over. and hitting the runner cavs by 3, but a loose ball goes, and the celtics late giving them a pulls and at the buzzard, of avery hits from the corner and he walks it off. the buzzard giving the celtics 104-103. just days after classifying the league, the level in foot balls is spot-check and not research study. roger goodell pressing the topic, and not much like last year stopping a subject that is not well received in new england. we don't disclose all the specifics on that, because it's a deter ant. if you tell everybody how many title you are checking and which games you are checking, it's not much of a deterrent.
that game may be checked. it's important that the data that was collected on that was not data for research. it was dated collected to see if there was a violation. >> and the boston college eagles coming away with a 4-3 win over unh, and york is on ho ored for his 1,000 career win. and the u mass led on monday on a bit of a hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm
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