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♪ to let our great state shine. ♪ let it shine, ♪ the power's ours to let it shine! ♪ >> announcer: now from abc7, live breaking news. right away getting to that breaking news, 49er linebacker reuben foster has run into trouble again. he's been arrested at the team's hotel in florida just hours before the 49ers are supposed to take the field. good evening and thanks for joining us. i'm dion lim. now, if you follow the 49ers, you know foster's history. he has a slew of legal problems since joining the team. give us an idea of what happened here. >> really the details are quite limited. but what we know from his booking report rll ges a good trges heas ahe tonight, a an an an of misdemeanor charge of
battery. foster was arrested at 9:10 local time and booked into county jail two hours later. no bond was immediately posted so he'll be spending the evening in jail. this is the fourth legal incident since he joined the 49ers. he served a two-game suspension at the start of this season in connection with a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession in his home state of alabama. foster was arrested in february on domestic violence and weapons violations while living in the south bay. a semiautomatic rifle was found in his home at the time of his arrest. foster's ex-girlriend testified in court that she made up the accusation of abuse and a santa clara county court judge dropped the felony domestic violence charges but foster remains on probation in california after mieaweapons chge the9eff has said thedsrance for domesticce incident, the team did its own investigation and waited for the legal process to play we have reached out to the team and are awaiting a response.
what we do know is that reuben cannot see a judge until 7:20 tomorrow morning, so he will be spending the evening in a county jail. >> in florida there. mindy, thanks for the update. in other sports news, we do have an update on the warriors' steph curry. he was involved in a car accident yesterday on highway 24. curry appeared to be fine, but if you've ever been in a cash, you know sometimes injuries can pop up the next day. warriors coach steve kerr says curry went through a workout today and appears to be just fine. >> he is doing fine today. he went and played a little scrimmage today in the facility, didn't report any ancillary stuff from yesterday, and felt pretty good after he got off the floor. it's all good stuff. >> now, the guard is also recovering from a groin injury, haeen danro and deadlent has i
kriblted to a number of accidents including one which sent a chp officer to the hospital in the north bay. abc7 news reporter cornell barnard with the advice for drivers coming from the chp. >> reporter: a chp patrol unit sits undrivable and heavily damaged. its back window smashed after officers responded to a spinout on southbound highway 101 involving ed atherton's suv. >> it was foggy, drizzly. the roads were wet. >> reporter: the chp says officers were laying cones and flares when the driver of a toyota corolla lost control of her car and headed right for one of the officers. >> we are very fortunate that that officer was able to see ci. he jumped into the back of the patrol vehicle less than cla d t surve the crash. bay, a 24- san jose man and three others
injured in a suspected drunk driving crash early saturday on interstate 280. the chp says the driver who survived missed a curve at the highway 17 connector, struck a tree, and rolled over. >> losing control, spinning out. >> reporter: we rode along with chp police officer vu williams. he says speed will be the biggest hazard this rainy season. >> drivers slow down and drive appropriately for the conditions, we would not see nearly the amount of crashes that we see. >> reporter: so drive carefully and of course wear your seat belt. the name of the victim who was killed saturday on highway 101 has not been released. the chp injur ha relsed tin arabc7sed a lot accidents and even though we got a break today, more rain is on the way. abc7 weather anchor spencer christian joining us now with a look at when that next storm arrives. spencer. >> dion, it's not far away. just over two days away.
looking at live doppler 7, you can see we have mostly clear skies with some thin high clouds above. no hint of rainfall right now. on tuesday we have our next rainstorm coming in. it ranks 1 on the storm impact scale, will bring light to moderate rainfall beginning in the early hours tuesday, by midday it will have expanded southward and eastward. let's look at our forecast animation. starting at 5:00 tuesday morning, just as the morning commute is getting under way, it will be raining up around ukiah and cloverdale. that rain will advance southward and eastward. by midday, most of the bay area will be receiving at least some light showers. it will be heavier up in the north bay. then later in the day we'll see the rain continuing into the evening commute. e've got several days of wet week. i'll give you the dplecomplete forecast in just a few minutes. work is under way to repair the damaged docks at the san francisco ferry building after yesterday's ferry boat crash. katie utehs joins us near gate
b. will those repairs be done in time for the weekday commute? >> reporter: well, dion, there is still a sign of -- let me show you here. it's a notice, and it's for saturday, that the departures will take place at gate e. there is a temporary fence in place. repairs have been made. it looks like this gate will be fine for monday, but the damage the ferry boat, that's another story. crews cut and cleared the mangled metal and concrete at gate b along the san francisco waterfront. the cause of the damage - m >> rsenhi ga ferry's ms san francisco slamming into the dock near the slanted door restaurant fri sat crash did not faze passengers. >> it definitely does not stop me from wanting to ride the ferry. >> reporter: port of san francisco workers inspected the structural integrity of the
dock. the agency expects repairs to be complete by sunday. in the meantime, ferries are docking at different berths. >> it's a bit of an extra walk, but not really. >> reporter: passengers taking it in stride. >> when i got off here, they said to make sure you get back down here. >> reporter: the damaged ferry was towed back to larkspur and the u.s. coast guard is investigating the cause of the crash. >> so you see the first entry right there. >> reporter: passengers tell abc7 news the ferry first hit the dock of the golden gate ferry terminal, then crashed near gate b, all without warning. of the 53 passengers onboard, d't have any problem with it. this incident that happened, it's just a rare occurrence. i don't know the full problems. >> reporter: golden gate ferry has seven vessels in its fleet. it's unclear how long it will take to fix the ms san francisco. so with one boat down, there could be delays come monday. we'll certainly stay on it. live in san francisco, katie
utehs, abc7 news. >> we appreciate the update, katie. thanks. over in butte county, the number of dead in the camp fire has gone up again and is now at 85 people. the fire is also the most destructive on record, burning nearly 14,000 homes. 475 people are still unaccounted for. firefighters are making progress, and containment has gone up to 98%. evacuation orders are being lifted, allowing people to return to their neighborhoods to see if their home survived the inferno. a man
from colorado delivered on a thanksgiving promise today to provide a family with an rv to use as a temporary home. james woody fairclaw turned to gofundme.com looking to raise money to buy an rv. he also reached out to more than 100 rv owners hoping to buy one at a discounts. one man responded and sold a motor home to faircloth for $2,500. faircloth then drove 17 hours plus from denver to butte county. a family of six is now living inside that rv.
their youngest child is just 8 weeks old. in other news now, a swimmer still missing tonight after vanishing in the pacific off daly city. his brother emerged from that surf yesterday afternoon, but the missing man was last seen about 250 yards offshore. coast guard crews helped local firefighters look for him, but heavy fog made it very hard to see any signs of him in the ocean. the search is on to find
longtime bay area talk show host ray taliaferro. he vanished from paducantucky, in southern illinois. the 79-year-old gained fame hosting shows on kgo radio from 1977 until 2011. police in kentucky say he was last seen at a pizzeria on november 10th. officers believe he may be disoriented and show signs of dementia. still ahead on abc7 news at 11:00, move over, black friday. it's time for small business saturday. see how some of the bay area's
the numbers are still coming in, but it looks like force thi black friday. sales are projected at $23 billion, up from $21 billion last year. there's also an uptick in online sales. on thanksgiving day, people spent over $6 billion, an increase of nearly 24% from last year. it was a big day for the little guys with people spending
an estimated $85 billion during small business saturday. abc7 news reporter joe vina fortson got in on the retail action in san francisco. >> i have a confession to make. i shopped on the job! but, hey, it's always a big day in business when you shop small. >> thank you very much. >> thank you for shopping small. >> reporter: i couldn't help myself on the story assignment, but i guess this makes me one of the 67 million one of the national retail federation expected to shop on small business saturday. >> you get more of a personal connection to the people who are making your goods. >> reporter: that's why casey stopped by the indy holidaypouml sisses face to face with customers. we found tea from chico. chocolate you could drink made in santa cruz, and a ceramic designer from san mateo. >> we put a lot of time into this business. but at the end of the day, we're working for ourselves. >> reporter: a new study from american express says an average
of two-thirds of every dollar spent at a small business stays in the local community. >> we don't have that budget to go like, you know, to facebook marketing or like google marketing. yeah, so this is great. >> reporter: tom wang owns a company making compact and wider skateboards that he let me try. >> not bad. >> reporter: not bad, eh? i stopped while i was ahead. something else fun about small business saturday is learning a company's story. >> we'd always made our dogs their own type of treats, you know, just from home. so we just started marketing them and it kind of works. >> reporter: more than that, abby's sister >> we started this business to help with medical bills with our family. >> reporter: we were impressed, just as these kids were at the idea a small business could create snow on treasure island. >> happy small business saturday! >> reporter: in case you didn't get a chance to shop small, that's okay.
you can support a local business any day. abc7 news. >> what a fun story. over in the east bay, a special event for small business saturday. abc7 news was in oakland at do it for the culture, a black women's holiday market. the market features almost 30 businesses and food trucks owned by black women. organizers say the event's been going on for seven years, but this was the biggest yet. >> these folks are not necessarily getting into some of the larger markets that are happening in other parts of california. so we decided to create our own and create a space that's intentionally centering black women and making sure that these products get featured to the community. >> an american express survey found 83% of consumers plan to do at least some of their holiday shopping at small independently owned retailers or restaurants. one of california's biggest ski resorts opened today thanks to lots of snow in the last few days. you're taking a look at skiers
enjoying opening day on the slopes in this video provided by kirkwood mountain resort. more than 30 inches of snow has fallen at kirkwood since wednesday, with plans to keep the slopes open until early of christian is in for drew tonight. spencer, maybe not snow, but we do see rain in our forecast. >> there's definitely rain in our forecast, dion. and snow for the sierra as well. over the weekend, this is drying out time for the bay area after the rain we had yesterday. we have high clouds over the bay area right now, but it looks pretty clear outside. here's a live view from our rooftop camera here at abc7, looking over the embarcadero under mnl clearki w a ou.t tnayer o h 54 degrees in san francisco right now. 50 in oakland and mid- view. san jose, 51. and 48 degrees at both morgan hill and half moon bay. this is the view from the east bay hills camera looking along the bay bridge toward san francisco. some other temperature readings for you right now. 48 degrees in both santa rosa and napa.
53, san rafael. one more live view from emeryville where there's a bit of traffic at this late hour. mostly sunny and mild tomorrow and monday. our next round of rain begins on tuesday. we're going to have a string of wet days beginning on tuesday and continuing mainly through the endf th -mayb through end of i should sa t indy pattern midweek and will last at tleeleast thro thursday. overnight, mainly clear skies but a few passing high clouds. overnight lows will drop into the upper 30s in tomorrow, down in the south bay, mainly sunny skies. highs in the mid-60s. 65 at san jose. 66 degrees in morgan hill. on the peninsula, mid-60s as well.
palo alto . downtown san francisco will top out at 62 degrees. up in the north bay, mid-60s from petaluma to santa rosa. the near east bay will have highs in the low to mid-60s. 63 at oakland. 64 at union city and fremont. the inland east bay, mid-60s. mainly even a couple of upper 60s. generally around 64, 65. let's move ahead to that first storm coming in on tuesday. it ranks 1 on the storm impact scale. a storm of light intensity, light to moderate rainfall. it will start in the early morning hours mainly in the north bay and spread to other parts of the bay area later in the day. as the morning commute is getting under way, we'll see the north bay getting wet first. then by midday into the afternoon and evening, that rain spreads to all parts of the bay area. late tuesday night, we'll see the rain breaking up. early wednesday morning, here comes the next wave of stormy weather. that one's going to be even stronger thoan the one on tuesday. here's the accuweather seven-day
forecast. dry through the remainder of the weekend. the first storm arrives on tuesday. then wednesday and thursday we get stronger storms ranking 2 on the storm impact scale. both will not only produce more rainfall but will be accompanied by strong gusty wind. on friday and saturday, although we'll get partial clearing, we could have stray showers or some residual showers. we may have quite a long string of wet days next week. >> umbrellas, raincoats, plastic bags. >> snowshoes if you're going up to the sierra, yeah. >> you'll be ready, then. spencer, thanks. still ahead on abc7 news at 11:00, intruder. take a look closely. take a look closely. we'll tell you about thisdon't miss outss, on incredible savings on thousands of gifts. oh yeah! most stores open friday at seven a.m. with extended hours saturday and sunday. get your yes for less.
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got a visit from a bear last week. you can see that animal opened the door, let itself in, walked past the vending machines. it then turned around, ran out the door with a couple of curious chp officers trailing behind. i love the magic of cameras these days. someone is always watching. he didn't seem to buy anything, though. >> he walked in on his two hind legs like he owned joint. >> like a little person -- big person. >> exactly. speaking of two, two in a row for the warriors. >> hey. >> after four straight losses, they get the win over the kin t.bueasy.a crazyin
>> announcer: abc7 sports sponsored by river rock casino. revisiting our top story, reuben foster is spending the night in a florida jail tonight after a second arrest on suspicion of domestic violence. tampa police arrested reuben foster tonight at the 49ers team hotel on suspicion of a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence battery. the team is in florida to play the buccaneers tomorrow. foster was arrested at 9:10 local time and booked into the county jail two hours later. no bond was immediately posted. this is the fourth legal incident since the talented linebacker joined the 49ers. abc7 has reached out to the 49ers for comment, and we are still awaiting their response. game 21 of the season for the warriors came tonight against the kings. it also happened to be the warriors' fifth back-to-back game already. stephen curry and demarcus cousins cheering from the bench. durant to jones. look at jones just hammer it down. he had 13 points in 21 minutes
tonight. sacramento led by four in the second quarter. buddy hield just connects from deep. that puts the kings up by seven. kings leading by eight in the second when durant gets the ball to klay thompson who decided to drive it in for the jam. third quarter, durant to klay again. this time klay is going to go ahead from distance. warriors take a 71-69 lead. warriors led by one in the fourth. durant's errant pass goes to marvin bagley who gets it to hield for the slam. he led the kings with 28 tonight. kings up three with five to play. durant stops and pops and gets the foul. this game is tied at 108. one, play. klay drives, misses, gets his own rebound and banks it in. that's good for the one arm pump. one-point warriors lead. hield for the lead. yeah, he misses but look at what happens. the ball got stuck. it's a jump ball. the kings get 0.3 seconds to try and win. nope. game over. this one was absolutely wild.
our anthony flores is there to wrap it up. >> reporter: the kings more than doubled the warriors in fast break points but it took 44 from kevin durant and late game heroics by klay thompson for the dubs to get a one-point victory. >> those guys are carry just amazing. there were so many possessions that were kind of dead in the water, and he bailed us out. >> tight game. they were knocking down shots. we were struggling to score a bit. so i just tried to shoot the ball as much as i could. >> reporter: next up, the warriors will take on orlando at home on monday night. at oracle arena, anthony flores, abc7 sports. not a good night for the sharks. aaron dale got the start again tonight but just 14 seconds in. the period did not get any better.
they allowed four goals on 11 shots. continue. second period, evander kane takes a penalty and would get ejected for yelling at the refs. head coach peter deboer, he would be ejected as well. sharks fall big. 6-0 the final. this abc7 sports report is sponsored by river rock casino. we will have some cal and stanford highlights coming up in the second half hour. it's going to be a great big game. very evenly matched. just ahead, much more on abc7 news at 11:00, including chaos in the streets of paris. what sparked a riot that injured several people and led to dozens of arrests. and watch the label. the california wine company that is paying the price after getting called out for
>> announcer: live where you live, this is abc7 news. once again, good evening. i'm dion lim. in tonight's headlines now, 49ers linebacker reuben foster is in jail in tampa, florida, tonight. police arrested him following a domestic violence incident at the team's hotel. foster missed the first two games of this season following a pair of domestic violence arrests. prosecutors dropped those charges in those cases. a woman is dead after she lost control of her car and it plowed into a highway patrol officer's car in marin1. a man died and three other people went to the hospital after a car missed a curve on a ramp in san jose. the driver survived. chp officers believe he was
drunk. crews spent the day repairing a dock damaged when a ferry boat slammed into it in san francisco. officials hope to have the dock fixed by tomorrow. the coast guard plans to inspect the golden gate ferry boat that collided with the dock. two out of the ferry's 53 passengers were hurt in yesterday's mishap. the mayor of tijuana is asking the united nations for help. it comes as nearly 5,000 central american migrants are waiting in the city to apply for asylum in the u.s. they say they're fleeing violence and poverty in their home countries. crisiss mounting on the u.s.-mexico border according to the mayor of tijuana as nearly 5,000 central american migrants continue arriving in his city. officials and volunteers are helping the migrants, but the mayor of tijuana refuses to deplete his city's public resources and is asking the united nations for aid. a group calling themselves border angels has teamed up with other organizations across
southern california to help those migrants. >> we've been there before, but this is the first time we do the caravan of love. >> reporter: the so-called caravan of love will bring supplies, food, blankets and toiletries. >> these people are escaping a difficult situation in their home country. >> reporter: many of those migrants fleeing poverty may be spending months in tijuana. a report from "the washington post" says president trump now has the support of mexico's incoming government on a plan to remake u.s. border policy. requiring asylum seekers to wait in mexico as their claims move through u.s. courts. the president has already threatened to shut down the u.s. border. >> we will close entry into the country for a period of time until we can get it under control. >> the entire border? >> the whole border. i mean the whole border. >> reporter: he also says he's granted the military increased authority. >> if they have to, they're going to use lethal force. i hope they don't have to. >> reporter: but defense secretary james mattis insists u.s. troops are just there to
back up border patrol agents and will likely be armed with plastic shields and batons, not guns. marci gonzalez, abc news, los angeles. protests turned violent in paris when thousands of people demonstrated against rising fuel prices and the french government. some in the crowd set vehicles on fire. at least 20 people including two police officers were hurt during clashes along the champs-elysees. police used tear gas and water cannons to break up that crowd. they also arrested at threat 36 people. french president emmanuel macron tweeted, shame on those who p t the republic. protesters are calling for juv after police shot and killed a black man at a mall in alabama. ra durin a fight. with a gun wae scene. an officer shot and killed him. now officers say the man was not the one who fired shots that injured an 18-year-old and a
12-year-old. bradford's family says he was fifth generation military and just wanted to help race relations in the country. >> our country needs to come to the forefront and say, we're going to stop looking at a man as a color. >> that's right. >> a man is a man. >> investigators now believe at least one shooter is on the run. protesters are calling for a transparent investigation and want people to boycotthema >> na countyakren c noir is making some changes. copper cane llc in rutherford will change labels on two brands of wines made with oregonhe rem bottles. owner joe wagner told the capitol press newspaper the new labels will specify the wines are made in california. last month oregon lawmakers called on federal regulators -- alcohol regulators to look into those labels. still ahead on abc7 news at
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workouts like during school. put every ounce of passion and dedication into a sport, it changes you. it's like insane. >> you wanted to compete against males. you wanted to be in the male league. >> yeah. they wouldn't let me. >> how come? >> my birth certificate said female. everyone knew who i was. i never was like not open about like talking to people. all the girls were supportive. everyone around me was supportive. >> there was a lot of controversy, though, as well about you taking the mat. why? >> i i put my shots up on my instagram. it was like, oh, you're beating all these girls because you're taking testosterone. it got huge. >> 17-year-old transgender boy in texas has won the state's girls wrestling championship. >> mac has been taking testosterone and it shows. >> many people are upset that
he's taking steroids. even if they're prescribed by a doctor, they feel it gives him an unfair advantage. >> everybody basically disregarded my work and dedication. i just felt like completely betrayed. it was just like messed up. in other news, one man is thanking a mystery stranger for a random act of kindness that hunteraltn and a check for $400. he didn't think he'd ever see any of it again, but then he received a package in the mail days later with his wallet and a letter signed with just initials. >> i rounded your cash up to an even $100 so you could celebrate having your wallet back. have fun. it really meant a lot that he would go out of his way and do that for a complete stranger. i'm still paying off school loans and i got truck loans to pay off now. it really helps out. >> even more special, hunter lives in south dakota.
the return address on the letter was from nebraska. hunter was able to find the mystery man and thank him for his kindness. hopefully mother nature will be kind to us when it comes to the weather. we do have sunshine in the forecast, but for how long? spencer christian in for drew tuma tonight. >> not for very long. we've got more rain coming. we need the rain. we don't want to fall back into a drought situation again, so bring on the rain. but not for a couple days. here's a look at live doppler 7. we have high clouds over the bay area right now but mainly bright conditions outside, as bright as night can be i should say. overnight lows under mainly clear skies will be mainly in the mid-to-upper 40s. in the north by valleys, upper 30s to low 40s. tomorrow, mainly sunny. a few passing high clouds. highs will range from 60 at the coast and low and mid 60s inland. our next storm comes in on tuesday. it ranks 1 on the storm impact scale. a storm of light intensity. it will start early in the morning on tuesday in the north bay, then expand to other parts
of the bay area. 5:00 a. tuesday, notice how quickly it spreads. wednesday morning, here comes another storm. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. two more dry days, tomorrow and monday. tuesday and two moderate storms wednesday and thursday ranking 2 on the storm impact scale. rain accompanied by gusty wind. we may even have some residual showers on friday and saturday. so some pretty wet weather is coming our way for a string of days. >> get your errands done sunday and monday. >> or carry an umbrella while you're doing those. >> i'm not that dex truss. spencer, thanks. once again, mindy with sports. >> it's going to be a great big game next week because it's going to be very evenly matched. both teams 7-4 after the bears and the cardinal each pick up a and the cardinal each pick up a win won that thisdon't miss outss, on incredible savings on thousands of gifts.
>> announcer: abc7 sports sponsored by river rock casino. the bears took care of a floundering colorado team today to pick up their seventh win of the season. should the bears beat stanford in the big game next week, it will be their first eight win regular season since 2008. cal's defense a huge reason for their turnaround this season, and it's the reason they won today. tadi jusn wilcox's team even though they were hosting for next week. cal's defense got to work early. first minute of the game, elijah hicks with a 34-yacardlith the . on colorado's next possession, ashtyn davis gets the pick and says, hey, i'm going to go 35 yards for the score. just like that, 14-0 bears in less than two minutes. colorado just looked lost. montez, the quarterback, this was a really tough one for the
buffaloes. 24-7 cal at the half. third quarter, colorado comes back. they put up two touchdowns, winfrey is wide open for that catch. 27-21 bears after three quarters. in the fourth quarter, cal stretches it back out with their version of the fade. look at this catch by senior mo wade. graduate transfer from michigan. atas beautiful. that was worth a few more looks. bears win 33-21 thanks to that great defense. >> the takeaways, the turnovers were the difference in the game today. other than that, they gave us some issues on both sides of the ball. i'm really proud of thebecaus te at t the ball away and score a couple times. >> as a whole defense, our plan every week, no matter who we're playing, is to dominate. i think we got to show that a little bit today. i'm looking forward to bringing the ax back to berkeley. >> i bet he is. the cardinal also improved to 7-4. stanford had a successful day at
the rose bowl. it's not a surprise that stanford beat ucla. they've down that 11 straight years now. but that the team scored 91 points combined, pretty amazing. david shaw got arcega-whiteside back for this one. all costello has to do is put it up for the big receiver. a beautiful 19-yard touchdown strike. stanford goes up 7-3. bryce love had 22 carries and this two-yard touchdown. the cardinal led by seven at the half. arcega-whiteside. three total on the day for the senior. another fade, beautiful. ucla would get a safety. then on the ensuing kickoff, holmes took it trailed by just . in the fourth quarter, though, watch wilton speight. he fooled everyone and ran it in himself. ucla was up by a point after a failed two-point conversion. stanford got the ball back and costello, who threw for 344
yards and five touchdowns, 52 yards right there to osiris saint brown. stanford won 49-42. fresno state taking on san jose state today. keyshawn johnson had 173 receiving yards. this 31 yard touchdown pass from marcus mcmarion. johnson had the most receiving yards in bulldogs history. mps iton, a 'll go 73 yards for the score. spartans down just ten at this point. mcmarion will give the ball to ronnie rivers, and rivers will go 18 yards to the end zone. fresno state wins this one 31-13. they will play in the mountain west championship. san jose state drops to 1-11 on the year. very difficult season for them. those crazy buckeyes hosting their archrival, michigan. each team 10-1. the winner advancing to the big
10 championship. dwyane haskins. 318 passing yards and five touchdowns. buckeyes led 21-6. michigan closed the gap before half. shea patterson, chris evans, nine yards for the score. wolverines trailed by five at the half. the second half, though, this is one to forget for michigan. a blocked punt. banks caught it and returned it 33 yards to put ohio state up 15. then haskins right here sets a big 10 record. this is his 40th touchdown pass of the season. he passed this guy named drew brees. ever heard of him? 40 on the season. ohio state put up jim harbaugh, ouch. this abc7 sports report is sponsored by river rock casinos. also the most points that a jim harbaugh team has ever allowed. any team, stanford, 49ers. >> it's like a basketball score. >> it really is, yeah. i'm still getting over the 40
touchdowns, right? >> pretty amazing. >> how do you make up that many dances, right? well, that's it for tonight, everybody. i'm dion lim. for al you have a lot of deadlines in your business, right? we miss deadlines, we don't get paid. what if you lost your network connection? you gotta be kidding me. chaotic. our gig-speed network lets you download files up to 20 times faster. and we go beyond fast with 4g lte backup for complete reliability. so, if you lose your network connection...