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n hi -- he attacks the basket. >> bill: strong. a great presence out there. he doesn't verbalize out there much. he just plays. steady. >> jim: 8 % free-throwshoote 83% free-throw on the shooter but points, off 26nst a littit late. tried to wall up. a nice counterpunch with the big guys. >> grant: great contrast. you have the inside physicality. haas. the offensive end. haarms just has tremendous energy. he is all over the place defensively. still learning how to play. they use them both. >> bill: what your take on the game if it, in fact, purdue against michigan? >> grant: i want to see the match-up. i think first of all michigan is a different team. wagner versus haas. matchup that interesting?
with michigan playing as good basketball they played all season. >> bill: defensively as they have been. >> jim: two more for edwards. >> bill: mathias. masterful delivery. the skimmer. >> jim: back to bostick. nowhere to go. garner. got them off to a great start in the game and he will go to the line for the three-point opportunity. >> bill: he memories against north carolina. cutl: i you played and you on the did you turn and face the ball? was that a rule? he change by then. "he" being adam mike krzyewski. >> grant: you had to turn now. not man-to-man. 2:30 at the purdue going to be in the championship game.ying to win the conference tournament for since the tournament in '98.ere's
the whistle? o day. did everything beautifully. he knows it, too. this does not tarnish in my mind what a year penn state has. the kids have done a great job. they have been fun to watch. hopefully we'll see them again. pat chambers built the program with great respectability. >> jim: chambers. feisty and a positive guy he is he has that pedigree that goes back to the days at philadelphia. >> bill: philadelphia textile that became philadelphia. >> jim: played for the hall of fame coach.the shots doctor he is known at. >> bill: he still shoots the ball and gives clinics. herbie. has over 1,000 wins. in in 2011.
>> grant: right. comes seniors in philadelphia herbie sub on theey told him he could big five. we got behind we got in there. the gold medal tournament it was. >> jim: only the second miss -- make it two missed three from thren t starting seven out of eight. reaves. >> bill: goodness! what a hit that was. >> grant: i hope he is okay. >> bill: i'm impressed with him. more so with his driving. we knew he could shoot it. he had that range. he is a good handler. he breaks you down. he is str heck!hehe he seeks the contact. pretty good niner there. showing t >> j:or saying perhaps we'll see penn state again on yoe their
b finished, don't forget it was 13-5 in league play. penn state was 9-9. between the two that is something that will be debated. they went 1-1 against each other. >> bill: i never argue with you when it comes to the selection. >> jim: you never know. >> bill: you have been around pretty good. >> jim: nebraska 13-5, they were ahead of michigan. the four seed. they got the tie-breaker. >> bill: a great run. >> jim: so we have a minute to go. then it's all set up for tomorrow. 10 miles on every dollar they his... at hotels.com/venture. 10 miles per dollar? that is incredible. brrrrr. because ice is cold. and because of all those miles. what's in your wallet? >> jim: so purdue up 78-64. with a minute to go. still got carsen edwards on the waye flo with 27 points. vince edwards also still out
there. not having his best game. 2 out of 9 from the field. but the last time as we are on our way to purdue-michigan the last time michigan-purdue played vince edwards scored 30 in the game. >> bill: wrap-around there. one of the few mistakes he has made. he is a very talented guy. multi-positional too. >> jim: offensive on garner. there you go. the bracket now down to the two tomorrow. 4:30 eastern time on cbs. michigan-purdue. for the big ten championship. >> bill: interesting contrast in styles, too. the spread look for michigan. back cut you. >> grant: michigan improved defensive play against a very talented dynamic offense here, purdue. >> bill: vince edwards. another day. healthier. he can get numbers.
look at kid. >> jim: fails to go. back out to garner. boy, did he put on a show in the first half. >> bill: plenty of life. he has ability from deep. >> jim: he can keep playing. >> grant: he is hustlalling. he will get one up. >> jim: 30 for the game. 33. >> bill: hey! matches the jersey number with that one! [applause] >> jim: yeah. how about the naming thing it's a victory. 78-70. boilermakers now have wo for bill,antz saying so longm see tonight on cbs "ncis: los angthis h presentation closed captionin g thn e fuerbandbies preparing y that one for me, one for you us together for the rest ofing.
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tour semifinals but it earn t purwhoovet s inay's title game. >> looks like the fourth of july in our backyard. >> also tonight, recovery mode. an explosion is caught on camera in ambler as a pine tree falls onto a transformer following last night's nor'easter. thousands of homes in the tri-state area are still in the darcrews are working around the clock to clear roads and break down large limbs that fell onto power lines. along the ben franklin parkway here a reminder of just how powerful those winds were. this toppled tree near the arton top of at least two cars that were in its path and good evening, i'm natasha brown. thank you so much for joining us tonight. delaware county is one of the hardest hit areas in the region. and that is where officials have declared a disaster emergency at this point. "eyewitness news" reporter alycia nieves is live in havertown to show us some of the problems in that county. alycia. >> reporter: natasha almost 24 hours after the nor'easter
passed through here, many people in this county are having a rough go at it. you'll notice this tree just behind me, it's completely dark. unless there's a generator not a single house has lights and that's because the power is still out here. now, a third of the county, that's tens of thousands of people, woke up this morning with no power. the power outages throughout the region and the county trees that were knocked down. this storm, a lot of cleanup happened today here in havertown though we still saw so many trees in the streets. some even still knocked onto power lines. no all these trees uprooted by the heavy winds in yesterday's storm didn't nearly knock out power but caused serious damage to homes and properties. joe holden got a picture with one tree that completely crushed a car near here. for a lot of people adding to the stress of no, sir power and property damage is the struggle to find a warm place to sleep tonight. >> all the hotels are absolutely booked and the ones like the reasonable hotels are booked and the others prices
are so high we're not able to book anything at that price. >> reporter: sleep at your job. >> i'm going to sleep at work. >> reporter: what you're looking at live out here is that woman's home. there is a tree on top of it. the woman said it crushed her bedroom so on top of having no power and this damage she is opting to stay at her work and sleep there tonight. the county did open up warming stations for people still struggling to find a warm place to sleep. those warming stations are mostly at fire houses. there are about a half dozen of them and we have the information on each on our web site at cbsphilly.com. live in havertown, alycia nieves cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> so much widespread damage. thank you alycia. as people in pennsylvania continue their cleanup, communities across new jersey are also now dealing with some very serious damage as well. trees toppled onto power lines left holes in rooftops all around the state. "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan caught uphomeowners as crews cut
their way through branches today. >> reporter: the powerful winds took out a number of big trees like this oak that ripped up part of the street and worse than that it slammed into the roof of this home. it was snowing sawdust and mulch saturday as tree crews tackled the aftermath of an extremely winter winter storm. >> heavy winds big storm, a lot of trees. >> reporter: bob woke up to the sound of this tree falling onto his home on hillside avenue in haddon heights. >> a big crash. my wife and son started yelling, hey, tree is coming down. part of it's coming down now. >> reporter: now that the storm is over the headache begins trying to figure out how much insurance will cover. >> it looks like it's just outside and on the front little bit and over on the side. know, about. >> reporter: a few streets away another crew was remov on west high street. this house belongs to the dafoni family who were not at down.your house >> pretty scary. dogs. >> t we family theul gs ae aeoi. >> reporter: utility restore power to tens of ma t wen
southth it b of all trees and companies pse&g and atlantic city electric say it will most likely take until sunday night before power is restored to all homes. in haddon heights i'm cleve bryan, cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> well, the nor'easter meantime it did turn deadly last night. a driver in montgomery county lost his life on the road. part of a large treea carulph road in upper merion township. police got the call about night. a 57-year-old man died at the scene. an investigation the under way. also utility companies are making some progress at least in repairing downed power lines but hundreds of thousands are still power even at this hour. now 217,000 peco customers are in the dark. nearly 26,000 for ppl 10,000 for atlantic city electric. nearly 6,000 for delmarva, 4,000 for and getting around other septa regional rail lines still very much a problem due to the storm. train service on some lines is still suspended because of
power, equipment or track issues. at 30th street station here we found passengers patiently waiting for the few trains that are running. septa says crews are working to clean up storm damage on the tracks. >> trees many of them off of our right away fell over onto us. this is a tree that came down, another very tall tree that came down on our doylestown line last night near the e routes detour because of storm well.some northeast corridorice and keystone service following are some delays. both l operatingheck amtrak before out to 30th street station. the auto train service will resume tmoow the nor'easte wreaked havoc on t bit today. meteorologist lauren casey is taking some inventory in a sense checking things out for the moment as windy does continue and coastal flooding does remain a warning as well, right, lauren? >> yeah, absolutely. still dealing with some indirect imp nor different looking scene thankfully than this timeterday as we look at center city philadelphia. no heavy snow coming down.
it's chilly though. 39 degrees is our current temperature and we're still dealing with these elevated wind speeds due to that nor'easter. northerly winds at hour. feelinike with in capay. that's near hurricane strength. washington township 65 m severe thunderstorm criteria is 58 miles per hour. we had gusts well above that in dover and northeast philly and that's why we had so many issues with downed trees and downed wires across the area yesterday. still some gusty winds but again not damaging winds. winds gusting to 40 miles per millville. gusting to 31 in philadelphia. are with this coastal flood warning in effect for the jersey coastline. moderate -- minor to moderate flooding possible as we head into high tide time just a couple hours from now. 9:30 a little bit later for back bays but expect flooding of numerous roads with this coastal flooding aad into the next could iteaster in thealk f a few. >> oh, boy say it isn't so lauren. [laughter]gotten to e yet fall
that's clearly going to take re snapped this picture on the linehere a large troop rwerayines dnd t wis out there this weekend and we howhe send us your weatherndur +f> doing a great job of it, yeah. the last year the 19 ntt and 15 record. they're 20 and 12 taking on purdue in the big 10 semifinals. carr drives to the basket hits the floater to give the lions a three-point lead. second half nitti lions down 15, stevens gets the ball, two defenders and scores. cut that lead to 13. then later in the game she gardener drives makes the basket and is fouled but it's not enough so penn state's
season comes to an end. 77 is the final but they did finish the season at 21 and 13 and beat ohio state three times. they'ave to wait until next sunday to see if they're going to go to the big dance but here's hoping. news" a dangerous chase here. a leads police through montgomery county after they say he shot two people. how officers managed to catch up to the suspect. plus, breast cancer awareness. we're going to take you to the kimmel center where the philly pops partnered with the susan g. komen foundation for a one of a kind event. firefighter. why new york city first responders are a little boy from hawaii 5,000 miles away from his home.
travel through this natural wonder and get a glimpse of amazing, ne hand, and a camera in the other, aboard rocky mountaineer. 'sount call your travel agent or rocky mountaineer for special offers now. >> welcome back. philadelphia police say a gunman shot and killed his wife and mother-in-law and then led police on a chase that ended in gunfire. "eyewitness news" here on the 3400 block of chippendale avenue in holmesburg about 7:30 last night. police say that's where the man shot both women in the head and then fled the scene. officers later caught up to the suspect. they say he then led them on a pursuit.
it trains highway patrol as well as dis our to engage the male beca's a suspect in a homicide and. he then produceed a firearm. at that time the officers, four officers total discharged times. >> well, officers shot the suspect in his arm. he's in stable condition now at abington county with a undeg as a 14-year-old girl. yesterday officers woods when he arrived to meet with the teenage interrunnemede. the 27-year-old is now being held in the camden county jail. breast cancer survivors from diverse cultures and backgrounds all gathered today at the kimmel center for performing arts for some musical inspiration and breast cancer awareness. the free susan g. komen strength and survival event included a performance byey breast health issues. i had the of co-hosting with my colleag jim donovan and meisha johnson. today's also honored joanne calabria who received an ard what. joanne recently retired after more than 30 years as communications director with
kyw tv and cbs3. there were about 2200 participants at today's event. great time out there. beautiful day for a beautiful cause. a little bit windy but still lots of sunshine. >> yes, it was much better than yesterday. >> anything is better than yesterday. >> anything was windy conditions but normal windy as opposed tohansanead windy, which yesterday. >> yes. >> but did have couplend closing out the day today, check out. the delaware like we got cape city, and center city philadelphia. it was a gorgeous sunset this evening. we got to get to the main part there. is. beautiful very nice all across the region. if you're able to enjoy it and we certainly deserved it after all we endured yesterday with that nor'easter but the clouds in place, they made for that beautiful sunset. mid level clouds hovering over the delaware valley right now on storm scan3 but no precipitation. yes, we like that. but these clouds are a product of our old friend, the
nor'easter still out over the atlantic, actually retrograding or moving southbound which you don't typically see. otherwise, though, we are quiet save for a few clouds and the windy conditions staying with us. elevated wind speeds up around 14 17, 26 miles per hour and then we have those higher gusts. made for a chilly day today but with that sunshine and the lack of those damaging winds certainly made for a pleasant start to the weekend. 43 our high temperature in allentown. topped at 46 in philadelphia. few degrees below average. we topped at 50 in dover. temperatur