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michigan, neither will play in their conference championship game. some predecks. there are the smiling faces. >> brian: mine was before the game started today. i had wisconsin beating ohio state in the big ten championship game. i thought michigan state would beat penn state. that's why wisconsin in and then i'm high on the buffs. if the buffs can beat utah and then beat washington i'm putting them in. team. on second down and ten. it's justin davis. mcshay. >> todd: one team that's interesting is oklahoma, kind of sitting on the outside looking in. oklahoma state, a top ten team -- that's a huge win and you have to assume that if you're talking about oklahoma potentially being in there wouldn't be a second team from the big ten. i just don't think that's going happen. i think the big ten championship
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chance of being in. you need washington to lose. >> brian: todd, you didn't have the big ten championship in. >> todd: not in that one. lot going on, griese. >> steve: hard hit in the secondary. that's drue tranquill who's had a nice game. >> brian: i don't see how oklahoma can get in. they got blasted by houston and ohio state. i just don't see it. >> todd: my point is, they' that team that's lurking. if the committee all of a sudden decides not to take that second big ten team who's up next? >> brian: colorado, why not colorado? if washington loses, they lose to colorado. >> todd: there was a method to the madness i wanted to beat the snap. >> steve: you did. line-drive snap to finke.
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sunday edition and this week on monday night football, from philadelphia the eagles and the packers. maybe a must-win for both. >> brian: yeah. i love your spanish from mexico city. can you re-enact that. >> steve: hola. here's kizer in trouble and he's dropped. michael hutchings brings him down with a sack. i was thinking about trying the spanish again from philadelphia. it wouldn't make any sense, right. >> brian: how do you order a cheesesteak in spanish? >> steve: see you at the two-minute warning. hutchings was the player. who slammed into our referee, ron cherry. one thing to get a report on an injured player, not sure we'll get an update on the health of ron cherry, we hope he's okay. took a big hit.
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third and long. only 19 times has usc won the victory bell and the shillelagh. >> brian: first mention of the shillelagh. it's a wooden club of some sort from ireland. can't wait to see it. five different trophy games, by the way. two different shillelagh games. hit as he throws and that pass is incomplete. uchenna nwosu made the hit and kizer is down. took a big shot. >> brian: rolling to one side and didn't see the rush coming
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and took a big hit as he threw. >> steve: nwosu got him. >> brian: hopefully that's nothing serious for deshone kizer, got a bright future ahead of him, whether that's next year going to the nfl or coming back, he's got a decision to make. we were talking with him last night. he said he'll probably make that decision in the next week or so and he's got some things that i think he can work on, to he certainly has the raw physical talent to play at the next level. >> todd: size, big-time arm, mobility. he's not there mentally there, he needs another year of maturity. >> steve: deontay burnett.
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jiffy lube we've got you covered. adoree' jackson was all over the place. kick return for a touchdown, punt return for a touchdown. and there on the receiving end of a touchdown. what a game, a game he'll remember forever. >> brian: i know the stats haven't been eye-popping this year for jackson. but let's just say that the utah upset colorado does go to pac-12 championship game next week and he has another great game against washington i think he should be in new york for the heisman trophy ceremony. >> steve: i'm good with that. he changes the game. he changes the way other teams attack usc. >> brian: yeah. >> steve: that's domic davis, the ball carrier. by the way, it wasn't all roses for jackson, he did fumble the
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second and 13. keeping it on the ground to dominic davis. local product from right here in l.a. college football primetime coming up tonight. south carolina against clemson. the palmetto bowl. gamecocks and tigers. streaming live on the espn app and watch espn. hey, a reason we don't give away the heisman in september. we think we know who it is. or the top two candidates.
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watson right away. >> brian: these rivalry games should matter. i want to see you do against your rival. >> steve: davis trying to break through. >> brian: which, louisville lost today, right, if i'm not mistaken. yeah, that's another hit for lamar jackson, they lose in back-to-back weeks. >> todd: this is an open year. >> steve: this is coming into this action. >> todd: lamar is at 90% votes. another loss. >> brian: baker mayfield is playing great football. deshaun watson hasn't been as good this year as a year ago. dede westbrook deserves a shot. i would argue that a adoree' jackson deserves to be on that list. >> steve: this should help.
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game like adoree' had the in this game he would have been there for sure. >> todd: i still think he should be in new york. he's the most complete football player i watched all season. >> steve: agreed. >> brian: jackson or jabrill peppers? for the next level? >> todd: peppers. jackson, you can't coach his speed. high 4.2 in the 40-yard dash. >> steve: fourth and seven. here's tilbey to let it fly. just in front of his goal line. chris finke. back pedaling. and then sent backwards flying. down to the 36. take look at our pacific life
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>> brian: well, it was a tale of two halves, sc jumped out in the second half with those two touchdowns. one by harris and jackson on a punter return. really haven't looked back. a pushback from notre dame in this third quarter. but they pulled away in the fourth. >> steve: again, if the committee was just talking about november, could make a real case for usc. but i agree. september has to count. football more than any other big-time sport is that every game matters so much. remember, this was a team that got blown out by 50 to alabama with the way the season opened. >> brian: some games not mattering as much, alabama and auburn. we want rivalry week to mean something. and so, i don't think that usc
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>> steve: three losses on the season. they started 0-2 in the conference. and they've said they made every game a playoff game since. >> todd: the only argument, the quarterback change and how this team has responded since and the committee will factor that in if that's change, a major change in personnel, we've seen it in years past the three losses i just don't know if they can get close eno become a factor. >> brian: on that point, todd, when you look at colorado, the team i was making a case for to be in fourth position, you would hope that the committee would look at their personnel. >> steve: official's mike was inadvertently clicked on.
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that. ron cherry, our official was take on the the hospital. and that's the man in his place. the center judge. >> brian: he just got a late hit, personal foul on the sideline. boy, i'm out of that without even more fisticuffs. wow. >> steve: final 1:15 in notre dame season. and usc will be watching some tv tonight. rooting for utah.
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>> brian: this will initiate some soul-searching for the fighting irish and brian kelly in particular, it's been historically tough year for him. only had one other season where he's been this down in his 25 years. >> steve: only two losing seasons. that's really remarkable. played 14 true freshmen this season. the most since he's taken over in south bend. griese,he starters from last season. that's fewest dating back since 1972 when freshman eligibility was restored. >> brian: he's got decisions to make obviously, defensively, he left go vangorder and he told us yesterday, he has to look at the offensive side. and they've only scored 16 points in the fourth quarter their last 7 games.
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there could be wholesale changes. >> steve: corner of the end zone, with a flag and it's a touchdown! st. brown in the corner of the end zone. they'll pick up that flag. that will make the score look much better and much closer in the box score in the newspaper >> referee: pass interference, defense, number 23, penalty is declined. touchdown. >> brian: i learned a little bit about true sophomore, he played this entire game. wasn't 100%. running on one leg at times. he made play after play. he puts on another 20 pounds, steve, comes back next year he's not a speedster but he's got that size and if he gets more physical that's a piece that brian kelly can build around. >> steve: great concentration on that catch on the touchdown pass from malik zaire.
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yards and that one score. they'll go for two. with 62 ticks left in the game. zaire will flip it to dexter williams. he's in all sort of trouble. forget two points. leaves it at 45-27. on object 15th, 1988, notre dame hosted the university of miami in one of the greatest games in college football history which became known as catholics versus convicts. >> two things that were more disparate. >> never been more excited before the start of the game. >> we went to notre dame to win.
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>> in what world is is that a fumble? >> oh, you got to be kidding me? >> 30 for 30, might be the best thing we do. 30 for 30, catholics versus convicts. saturday, december 10th on espn. notre dame won that game, 31-30. you know, the irish, they're selling the people who will listen, all the close losses, all the seven-point losses, might work some other places and that's not acceptable in south bend. >> brian: there were some people that thought this could be a playoff team at the beginning of the year. especially on the offensive line. quarterback, running backs and playmakers. but, you know, this has been a void of leadership and that's the thing that stuck out for me, watching the film and studying this team it was the fact they
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prosise, ful, jalen smith, that are were going to be the leaders of this team. they went to the nfl. i asked brian kelly any regrets. he said he would have been more proactive in the off-season in helping some of these downyors and younger players assume more leadership because they haven't had it this year. >> todd: he starting kizer from the beginning? >> brian: he did not. >> steve: you hear about the leadership issues, we have been told, it's been publicly stated that brian kelly will be back next year. we're so quick to hire and fire in this college football business. will not be an issue apparently we're told.
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61 ticks left. >> brian: i think it's timely to mention these seniors for usc, we don't know if they're going to have a game next week but all they've been through, right, these guys have been here for lane kiffin and getting fired on tarmac, losing to arizona state for ed orgeron, didn't happen. they bring in steve sarkisian from the university of washington, we know his story, tragic nature of his story and then they name an interim, start 1-3 and everyone's calling for clay helton. these seniors for usc, one of the most resilient bunches. >> steve: we asked clay helton about the motivation in the game
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pac-12 championship status. that's out of their hands. that's based on colorado/utah tonight. he said look, a senior to win every game at home this season. for seniors a chance for a bigger and better december. what kind of bowl game will they play? whether or not they play in the pac-12 championship game? >> brian: pac-12, big ten, there's still an opportunity. >> steve: usc soundly defeats notre dame, 45-27. eighth consecutive win. they got a chance at a couple more games. a chance to make it a ten-game winning streak. we'll see what happens tonight. oh, yeah, they'll be watching utah at colorado. adoree' jackson, three
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return and a reception as well. be sure to tune in abc tonight at 8:00 eastern. another big rivalry game. florida takes on florida state.
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we got florida/florida state coming up. in the state. annual rivalry. third quarter, florida state down 10-7. spaight started hot. michigan goes up 17-10. next michigan possession,
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there. two defenners in the area. ohio state takes over. it's jim harbaugh's turn. reaction to his team's poor play. mike webber with the touchdown. they won four straight against michigan. 30 seconds to go. third and goal for ohio state. j.t. barrett. >> great pass by j.t. barrett. >> that would set needs this one to extend the game. he does. 23 yards. overtime. first time ever for michigan/ohio state. going overtime. and then here's barrett with the touchdown. >> what a play call. faked the screen to the right. quarterback draw inside. execution really good play. >> michigan's turn on offense now. speight -- lot of big catches in this game. >> secures it for the touchdown reception. >> michigan got a field goal on the next possession.
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>> so critical. that's why we got instant replay. upstairs, they said he got it. >> the officials get the last word. >> harbaugh said no. >> he didn't like it to all. pointed comments after the game. >> the offensive line does a fabulous job. he uses his feet, coach. >> he does, mark. plants that foot, understand the up. outruns him for the touchdown. >> so, ohio sta and after the game, jabrill peppers. and an ohio state fan kind of get into it there. michigan looks like they're out of playoff contention now as they fall to ohio state. now the buckeyes, number two and they win so, can't move them down it looks like they're in the for the playoffs.
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ohio state has earned the right to be one of the four teams. >> problem is, though, penn state wins, so penn state beat ohio state head the head. they win the big ten east. so, they win the division over ohio state as well. now they face wisconsin in the big ten championship game. an ohio state team that didn't play for the conference championship against a penn state team that may be conference champs. >> you should have be on the mitt tee. >> that's the dilemma for the committee. what they said in the past, head championships matter. so, they'll have to sit back and decide if there's one slot left, if washington wins out they should be in. alabama wins out. they should be in. it will come down to selection committee to decide which one of those teams. >> i learned a lot of things can happen in the last week. it could be a crazy week and change it all. let's see what happens tonight. thanksgiving weekend, food and
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on florida state in about a half
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we're following breaking news at 5:00 a man in denver is dead after a shooting and car crash. this happened near the intersection of kentucky and hazel in southwest denver. and that's where we find lance herds. what is the latest? >> reporter: i can tell you that police are simply say that i can have a death investigation underway. it is an extensive crime scene. kentucky is shut down all the way om court. about 3:20 this afternoon a neighbor called 911 and said there was a two-car crash. paramedics responded. they found that the person inside of the car that crashed behind a parked pick-up truck apparently also suffered a gunshot wound. he was transported to a nearby hospital and then he did not survive. so the police out here, they have the homicide unit out here. they have crime scene investigators. at this point, though, all they're saying is it is a death
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neighbors, canvassing the neighborhood to find out if anyone saw or heard anything else. again, federal boulevard shut down between -- i'm sorry. kentucky shut dunn between federal and hazel court while the -- down between federal and hazel court while this investigation is being conducted. the neighbors, i spoke to them and none of them said they herd a gunshot. they don't know if he drove here or if he was shot in this neighborhood. nobody heard a gunshot. they did hear a crash and didn't see will let you know more. reporting live in west denver, lance hernandez, denver 7. depositing tonight, the douglas county sheriff department say this is is the man who hit a colorado state trooper yesterday. the 41-year-old noe gam meze ruiz -- gay meze ruiz, and the 11-year veteran cody donovan was killed in -- donohue was killed in that crash.
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father to two kids. the police say donohue was investigating a crash on the side of the road when he was hit by a box truck. he died ton scene. right now -- died on the scene. right now there is no word on funeral arrangements for trooper donohue. and castle rock sent out this tweet. we have the watch from here, brother. rest in peace. and u.s. food which is owns the truck the suspect was driving released this statement saying we ar about the accident involving one of our trucks. our thoughts are with the family and friends of all involved. it has been a tough couple of years for colorado state patrol. three troopers have been killed. and we have a look at recent trooper deaahs and how we can avoid adding to those statistics. >> i am here to announce that our trooper, cody donohue, an 11-year veteran of the colorado
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>> reporter: c. s. p. delivering that heartbreaking message. it is the third time they have delivered that message since may of 2015. they are already reporting on the trooper. and the site is also listing the 2015 deaths of the trooper who was stopped by a drunk driver last november and the trooper who was hit by a vehicle fleeing from other officers on colorado highway 66 last may. and the three were all reportedly responding to separate and unrelated crashes when each were killed on the side of our colorado roads. right now trooper donohue's crash is still under investigation. the douglas county sheriff's office telling us the man arrested after the accident posted bond this morning and is no longer in custody. many respect sending their thoughts and prayers through social media. some are also asking about our
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you're unfamiliar, the law requires drivers to move over a lane when there is an emergency situation along the shoulder. you should know that if you're unable to move over, the law says you must slow down significantly. something to keep in mind as you're getting behind the wheel today. trooper donohue's death echoing through the community today. many mourning the loss of a trooper, family man and friend. >> as this is frequent in our community and frankly it needs to stop. denver 7. >> such a sad story. there is a gofundme page set up to help trooper donohue's family. we have a link on the we will have the very latest for you on this developing story on our web site as well as the free denver 7 app.
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a strong front in northern california. it brought snow to the mountain areas and as you can see the heavy floodwaters. let's check in with meteorologist stacey donaldson. this flood is headed our way. >> reporter: it is. and we're expecting snow across colorado. we already see the front edge of clouds moving into the front range. and you can see it here a little better on our satellite radar picture. the clouds coming right in from the south and coming across our area. we will continue to have increasing clouds. we have watches and six to 10 inches of snow east of the divide and west of the divide winter storm warnings in effect. we'll talk about how this snow will affect the front range as we go into the next couple of days in a few minutes. thank you so much. there will be nine days of mourning for the funeral for fidel castro. and he ruled cuba for nearly 50 years after launching a military take over. for decades he put his small island nation on the
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sending many cubans to exile. yesterday he died at age 90. it was celebratory night in miami as many cuban exiles were happy of the passing of castro. some say they have been waiting for this moment. >> i have been waiting for this day for 56 year. it is over. it is over. >> now today president obama extended a hand of friendship to the cu president-elect donald trump called castro a brutal dictator who oppressed his people for nearly six decades. right now four people are homeless after an early morning fire in fort collins. an overlooked circuit and improper wiring started it. one person went to the hospital for smoke inhalation. the fire mostly damaged the kitchen in a front room. there was smoke damage throughout the entire house. did you get out and support
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if you haven't heard, today is small business saturday, a day to get out and support local businesses that help create jobs and boost the economy. the denver mayor and the congresswoman stopped by the district earlier today. they visited the eatery and bakery. the owners there have become mentors for others wanting to open food start-ups. >> these people are typically your neighbors. they are certainly your local taxpayers. and they're our biggest employer, and we need to make well. >> the mayor hancock went on to say when you shop small in local communities, you're also supporting local vendors. and denver street is full of locally owned businesses, but this street is truly one of a kind in colorado. and eric luper took a stroll down 17th earlier today. how is it going? >> reporter: i may be biased, but i believe denver is quite a place and if you walk the shops, you'll notice something,
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>> all right. >> thank you. >> reporter: and rob and lori know business. >> that would be great, yes. >> reporter: she has had her own store for 15 years. and it sits on the corner of 17th and blake. >> every place has a mall with a big box store. this is unique to denver. >> reporter: this is denver's first greenbelt as it is called, only the second in the country, where store after stores are environmentally friendly or green certified. >> this has been my dr >> reporter: robin runs her quaint little store with mother earth always in mind. she pays extra to run the store on 100% wind power. l.e.d. lights are everywhere and eeen the shopping bags are made from recycled goods. no you name it, everything -- >> you name it. everything we can think of, we do. >> reporter: and perfect for kussdomers like ross. >> -- customers like ross. >> when you're out in the big box stores, i can do a little
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family whose are local. >> reporter: and the passion to think about the environment, too. lori's customers are certainly noticing. >> we have really a lot of loyal customers and wonderful customers that feel like -- that are friends at this point in my life. >> reporter: and according to the u.s., the small business administration, the millions of small businesses across the country account for more than half of u.s. sales. >> we support them. thank you so much, eric. we're just getting here on deny 7 news at 5:00 tonight. more calls for a recount in key states in the presidential election. hillary clinton's team has now joined in the conversation as well as president-elect donald trump. and what he has to say about a possible recount. and omorrow is expected to be a record-breaking day at dia. tonight we're giving you an
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workers to help with the influx of travelers over the holidays. at dia, tomorrow is expected to be a record-breaking day as people travel back from the holidays. there is also more luggage to be screened. the investigators of our station in miaukee got a rare behind-the-scenes look at what happens to your luggage after you drop it off. >> reporter: they are the mysteries of modern air travel. what happens to your suitcase, your golf clubs, your whatever once it is ticket counter? who back there is tossing around your bags and who is looking through your stuff? >> and we get more carry-on bags coming through the system, which from our standpoint causes bottleneck. >> reporter: the federal security director for all of the commercial airports in wisconsin, and none bigger than mitchell international. >> what is over our head? >> that is our conveyance
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>> reporter: he gave the team unprecedented access, letting us see the entire system at work, including some things we're not allowed to show you. plus, he let us strap a couple % of cameras to a package and run it through their system. >> right now you're part of the operation. this is behind the scenes. >> reporter: a system that uses far fewer human hands that you might expect. >> percentagewise, how many bags are touched by human being ? >> it is very low. it is well under 5%. >> repor are part of in-line streaming, a mostly automated maze that relies on bar codes to get your bag where it is going, that is if your bag passes the test. >> so we have a red light right there. >> that is indicating that we're going to put that over special our secondary screening location. >> reporter: mitchell international has four of these scanners called the examiner 3- d x. the examiner has hit on something suspicious when the
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called on-screen resolution. this is where the officers slice through a 3-d scan of the bag on a computer screen. we were asked to keep exactly what they see a secret, but it looks a lot like this with the suspect lit up in red o, there's also a clock. on screen, if they can't explain away this problem in 60 seconds. >> tsa physically has to do a hands-on screen of the bag that ca >> reporter: it is time to unzip and take a look. that happened here in secondary screening where an officer sees the single image from the scanner and goes inside. >> that is exactly where it is. >> reporter: where sometimes the potential threat is just a bottle of maple syrup. it is a process that start to finish takes about 15 minutes. over the next month, that time line will be put to the test. [ and with thanksgiving, christmas coming up, we will no doubt see more bags being
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airlines scramble to keep up with whatever you're taking home for the holidays. this is new tonight, hillary clinton's campaign said today they'll take part in efforts to push for recounts in several swing states. and they said they investigated every theory presented and examed laws and practices pertain -- examined laws and practices and so far they found no evidence of hacking of voting systems. the campaign will now join the green party candidate jill stein who has raised millions counted again in wisconsin. president-elect donald trump has called the effort for a recount, quote, a scam. tonight dakota access pipeline protesters say they have no compensation to leave therien campment in the near -- hundreds have been camping there for months. that closure is supposed to take place december 5. the protesters say they have a right to be on the land to protect the land and the river
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there. tomorrow will be a sad day of remembrance in colorado springs. it marked one year since the deadly shooting. three people were killed in that shooting, and nine others injured. and robert deer, who admitted to ttose shootings, is currently going through hearings to see if he is competent to stand trial judgement and this is quite -- and this is quite the sight to see. this is from southeastern france where almost six feet of snow fell. you can see it goes well above the doorway let's check in with meteorologist staaey donaldson. some snow is headed our way. not quite to that degree and i know there are skiers and boarder whose wish. heavy snow -- boarders who wish. heavy snow, and even the southern mountains. some flurries are possible into the front range, nd it will be very cold next week. temperatures staying into the 30s all week long. at this point we have mostly 40s and 50s for the front
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and you see this front edge down to our south pushinn up across colorado. it is just clouds for now, but by late tonight it will be snow that's where we have winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings in effect for most of western colorado. so anything in purple is a winter weather advisory. and steamboat, montrose and even into durango. and now up higher to eagle, aspen and down into southwestern colorado, winter storm warning. warning in effect, especially along i-70, we usually have a lot of trouble along the roadways. it will be into effect monday and watch for treacherous road conditions, all the way from aspen to vail. and we are also going to experience six to 10 inches of snow just to the west of denver as well. up in the foothills, idaho
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farther west. as you see on the future cast, i just wanted to show you a snap shot at 7:00 a.m. a few prinkles possible from fort collins to colorado springs. we may have a 20% chance of a few flurries moving on through that will be the morning hours, and clearing up for the broncos' game. snow all throughout western colorado. it lasts throughout the day, so be prepared, especially for travel. if you're going to take advantage of the powder and come back to denver sunday roads. e treacherous on the and this just continues into monday evening. as for our time frame here, by 3:00 tomorrow, we could have six to seven inches of snow, essential along i-07. and then -- i-70. and then up to 10 to 15 inches of snow before all is said and done here out west. the next few days, we're going to be dealing with some pretty tricky weather as we cool things down. tomorrow temperatures starting out in the 30s and getting up
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rain and flurries. by the timeewe get to the bronc will be breezy and chilly. it will be very cold. and 35 degrees at that point. 32 will be our overnight low with increasing clouds. 20s and 30s across the plains. and for tomorrow, about 52 with a chance for rain and snow. and mostly in the morning. and then across the plains we'll also have 50s, 20s and 30s for the high country. as i mentioned, we stay in the 30s all mixed with sunshine. as you can see there on wednesday. and cold, 35 degrees for a % high. and 15 for a low. and i think tomorrow will be a very interesting day in the mountains. especially with those winter storm warnings in effect. usually the interstates get really trick question. >> 30s all week? >> that's right. >> i don't know how i feel about that. >> do you like that? >> all right. well, take a look at this.
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it the biggest game in boulder and is much so, it is should out since the texas game in 2008. what is on theline? a title -- on the line? a title for conference trip to washington. if they can beat utah -- wow, i told you this was going to be good. plus, senior day. and the first recruiting class at c.u. >> and all of their blood, sweat and tears, truly, booted parts -- body parts getting put back together and fighting and believing. not often in life does that happen. and he finishes, and it truly is a dream come true.
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on saturday, to put so much into this program and play for four years, especially with this group and the journey we have been through. it is going to be pretty upsetting to finally know that it is all over and it hasscome really fast. >> and they're just underway in boulder, 7-0 utes. colorado state on the road at san diego state tonight. and they're already bowl eligible at to get another win to improve the post-season roady in a couple of weeks. a wild one at the horse shoe. michigan taking on ohio state. this is the first overtime. further and goal and the wolverines score a touchdown. the second overtime. and now after a michigan field goal, samuel, over the left side, untouched by human hands. and urban meyer, he has fallen, but he does eventually get up.
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up north, doubt o.t. at the coliseum -- i thought it never rains in southern california? it was wet. usc, they were beating up on notre dame. and it looks like notre dame really wasn't -- the white jersey just standing around. 55-yard punt return for a touchdown. and it is going to get worse. and there is a strike, right to the trojans harris, and harris delivers the pig to his head coach on southern california, they would hand them their loss. and this is the worst kept secret in college football, the university of texas fired their head coach charlie strong and they have hired the houston head coach tom herman. other coaching news, this out of bay don rouge, he has had -- baton rouge, and he has had the entire rim head coach tag removed. and stewart, he has hit the
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and he gets the four-year extension worth $28 million. $17.5 of that is guaranteed to fortify his future in the no fly zone. it is not a must win for the broncos tomorrow night against the chiefs, but it is about as close as you can get. if either team want as shot at a division title. and with six games to go, the broncos are getting healthy at just the right time. and talib and wolf are ready to go and they will play tomorrow night. and it is almost like getting the band back together. >> it is a whole bunch of personalities on our defense. michael jackson, prince, john legend, and you sticking everybody in a rock band, and they come up with something good. so with so many guys, and with so many personalities, that's what you need. guys being themselves and being confident and being able to play with each other as a
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them. >> and i am definitely doing my best. i'm the lead singer. i'm always ready to go out there. >> and that guy can do whatever he wants, von miller. super bowl mvp, "dancing with the stars," he can do it all. >> and hot. all right. >> it is not going to be hot this week! only von miller will be hot. >> he can't even warm this forecast up! temperature in the 50s, a few flurries in the morning and 30s and some pretty good-looking snow coming to the mountains for fresh powder for the resorts. >> we need it. it is bone dry up there. >> all right. we'll see you back here at 10:00!
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