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carolina, a long way from big ten country. >> kirk: you have to believe jim harbaugh may freeze him here with that last time-out. >> chris: keith duncan for a walkoff winner. from 33 yards. >> kirk: he's moving down. time-out. >> chris: and he will, as you suggested. give the young fella a little more time to think about it. >> kirk: don't forget what's at stake here. not only for iowa, trying to have a big michigan, penn state, ohio state. >> chris: happy in happy valley. >> kirk: if you are a penn state, you are cheering like crazy for this field goal to be good and for iowa to upset michigan. and if you're an ohio state fan, you're cheering like crazy for him to miss this field goal and for michigan to win the game. >> chris: michigan has been so good at getting their hands on kicks. ucf, a p.a.t., a field goal.
respect between king and peppers there. but the wolverines challenged on the road for the first time, don't pass the test. and the hawkeyes, who have been questioned and criticized, very few of these folks mobbing the team believed this would happen tonight, kirk. what a scene. >> kirk: not after last saturday. this is a heck of a moment for kirk ferentz and for this iowa football team. >> chris: he's in that mob somewhere with samantha ponder. are you there? >> samantha: well, coach, you put a true freshman out there to win the game of this magnitude. how would you describe your confidence in him? >> i'm really proud of him. just really proud of our whole team. you know, a week ago, we weren't feeling so good about this time of night, so, the guys really did a great job. just played hard tonight. >> samantha: coach, you've been doing this for a long time. and you described what it was like last week in wanting to see how your team would respond, so, what can you say about the way
>> just really proud of them. i'm so happy for them. really, last week, we just kicked right in the teeth. and that's not much fun. been through it. done it, all that stuff, but you know, the guys got off the mat. they did a heck of a job all week. obviously competed tonight. >> samantha: coach what was the locker room like at halftime when obviously you guys had already proven you could hang with these guys? >> well, we knew we were in the game. i think they knew they were in the game. we knew there was a lot of football left to be played. a heck of a second half congratulations. >> chris: yeah, there was no real defiance. who knows what he said to his team, but after that embarrassment in happy valley, iowa comes home, regroups. the final drive was a short one. aided by a controversial face mask call. but then keith duncan, the true freshman, just drives it through and the wolverines beaten 14-13. in a game that is shades very much of that 1985 one versus two
only 230 total yards by iowa. wadley accounted for 167 of them. and their defense played their tails off. it was a short-handed group. we talked about, you know, the freshman who made the interception in the second half. and they were not going to be able to pick on him tonight. >> kirk: this is why college football, for me, is the best. everything on paper, everything showed that michigan should win this game decisively. coming on the road, taking on a team they got embarrassed, one of their worst losses in 12 years. and they come back in front of these home fans in kinnick stadium, who are as loyal a fan base as anywhere in the country, and they did exactly what they needed to do. made it an ugly game. got it to 14-13 with the last second field goal and kirk ferentz, man, his emotion, so genuine after the game, he is so
has built here and to go from one extreme of emotions last week at state college, to the other extreme of emotions tonight, just -- this is why it's the best. this is why college football is the best. >> chris: sure is. amen. and speaking of state college, this scene beneath us right on this field reminiscent of what we saw when penn state blocked the field goal, beat ohio state. the folks there were all white. these folks are dressed in all black. but it's an upset they'll never forget, an iowa team kicked around and a michigan team that just wasn't able to do it tonight on offense. wilton speight had a terrific season coming in here. did not have a very good night. they didn't really get the running game going until late. i don't think this loss, because of what happened at clemson, what happened in seattle, i don't think it knocks michigan out of playoff contention by any stretch, but it does raise some issues. >> kirk: it does. they've got the big game at the end of the year, still with ohio state. in columbus.
the winner is going to be in a unique spot. but penn state now potentially gets into the driver's seat, if they were to win out, remember now, penn state would beat ohio state head to head. they would win the head to head tiebreaker, if ohio state beat michigan. penn state would then advance to indianapolis, so, that also could impact potentially the playoff at the end of the year. >> chris: we knew the big ten east was going to be a lot of fun. weren't sure it was going to be a three-team but penn state at rutgers, big favorites there. homeymy state. and the lions, if they get those two wins and ohio state wins against michigan. you're right, they would go. and perhaps they would still be in playoff contention, even if they don't win the division. >> kirk: could be. a wild day. >> chris: it was a wild day, as three undefeated teams in the top four all go down. from death valley in clemson to out in seattle, here in the heartland at iowa, where a walkoff field goal by a true
for the hawkeyes. an unusual 14 points they put together to knock off the wolverines by a point. the ford wrapup show is up right now. thanks, chris. captain obvious, but we should be seeing some changes to the top four in the college football playoff rankings after a wild day. welcome into the ford wrapup, i'm cassidy hubbarth. we all know crazy things happen in november, but clemson has been dealing with crazy all as they've had six games decided by seven points or less. you could say they've been playing with fire all year. but today, they finally got burned. to death valley, with the tigers riding a 21-game home winning streak into their matchup with pitt. clemson up, deshaun watson. clemson turns it over on towns. just 32 yards of offense in the second half. chris blewitt hits the clutch 48-yard game winner.
despite deshaun watson throwing for an acc record 583 yards and three tds. is uupsets didn't stop ther. usc and washington. 287 yards for the freshman qb. washington's 12-game winning streak snapped. 26-13, the final. number eight, texas a&m taking on ole miss. rebels down 28-26. 41 seconds left. gary oner litch. aggies, 3-8 in conference games. auburn and georgia. maurice smith picked off. georgia would add two field goals to win 13-7, and with the tigers loss, bama clinches the s.e.c. west. georgia tech and virginia tech. marcus marshall up the middle. breaks through. 56 yards for the score. the yellow jackets with their
game, as they upset v.a. tech 30-20. of all the upsets this may be the biggest. in division three, mount union's 112-game regular season win streak coming to an end under john car roll. too the ranked teams that actually won today. jalen hurts, 347 passing yards, four passing tds, a td on the ground. five total game school record. number five ohio state taking on maryland. j.t. barrett to curtis samuel. ohio
state rolls. number six, louisville, trailed 12-10 to wake forest heading into the fourth. but then exploded for 34 points. lamar jackson, 145 passing yards, fewest this season. just one td. yes, i said just, for the heisman candidate, 44-12, the final. now, with i wi, they found their
the badgers, 45-point win is their biggest in conference play in two years. penn state won a back and forth affair over indiana, moved to 8-2 on the year. their best start since 2011. oklahoma cruised by baylor for its 14th straight win in conference play. oklahoma state squeezed by texas tech. how about number 19, nebraska, taking on minnesota? game typed at 17 in the fourth quarter. tommy armstrong. would dive nebraska wins
24-17. armstrong, two passing tds, as well, after zero in the last two games. some pac-12 after dark action. colorado right now leads arizona, 28-10 in the first half. and over on espn, right now, washington state is up 21-7 with nine to play in the second. that's the ford wrapup.
up with racial slurs on his property. the victim tells 12 news what he thinks is behind the attack. but we start with a freeway crash that caused this big backup on northbound i-43 tonight. sheldon: one person went to the hospital, and another one went to jail. the crash happened on i-43 at bender road north of bayshore town center. glendale police tell wisn 12 news an officer tried to pull over a wanted felon, who took off. a short time later, the suspect crashed into at least one other car then ran into the clovernook subdivision, near nicolet high police and k-9 units captured him about 40 minutes later. police say the suspect is a 22-year-old man from milwaukee, but haven't told us his name yet. a local man finds several racial slurs on his car and apartment building near the milwaukee/tosa border. adrienne: it happened on back to back days near 76th and center. as ben hutchison reports, the person targeted blames the presidential election.
the in-word was spray-painted on this car. it has been cleaned up, but more messages of hate have popped up. 22-year-old jeremiah thomas walked out of his house earlier this week to find the slur spray painted on his car. >> i was just mad. >> he said he was able to remove it, but on friday kkk was also , written on the side of the building he lives in with his godmother. >> going to hurt me, no, it doesn't. what it does do is make me more sad for the world we live in. >> thomas believes politics could be fueling the hate. >> racism is on the rise. >> he hasn't contacted police because he's not sure there's anything they can do. the family just wants the messages to stop. >> it is pretty disgusting, but
give them power, and i'm not giving those words power at all. >> no matter what color, religion, sexual orientation, that is how i was raised. >> he has purchased a camera to keep an eye on the parking lot. adrienne: four days since the election and people are still protesting president-elect donald trump in the streets. >> not my president. not my president. adrienne: video of demonstrators in washington, d.c. protest of place coast-to-coast including new york, los angeles, , indianapolis, and salt lake city. this is video of a demonstration earlier today in chicago. you can see all those people there. many in the crowd protested comments trump has made about immigrants and women. former presidential nominee hillary clinton blames the director of the fbi for seriously damaging her campaign. james comey sent a letter to congress just days before the election, re-opening the
emails. in a conference call with supporters today, clinton said the letter stopped her campaign's momentum and that comey's decision to end the investigation days later helped fire up trump supporters. sheldon: there's been speculation this week about who will fill donald trump's cabinet. abc news' political director says it's likely milwaukee county sheriff david clarke will end up in trump's administration. >> no one has been more loyal than the milwaukee county sheriff david clarke. is his name being talked a bout as sne with a new trump administration? >> 100%. i think sheriff clarke is going to be in the inner circle, in line for a major, major role, either in homeland security or justice, something in the law enforcement realm. talking about loyalty, people remember the heat that he took for being out there as an outspoken supporter, his appearance at the republican convention, one of the highlights for the trump team. they feel like he is an effective person to bridge messaging as well as bringing
sheldon: tomorrow on upfront, the clues trump's team have been dropping that reince priebus could be the white house chief of staff. upfront airs tomorrow morning at 9:00 right here on wisn 12. after upfront, stay tuned at 9:30 for this week with george stephanopoulos. that's followed by matter of fact with soledad o'brien at 10:30. this week, o'brien takes a closer look at the reason hillary clinton's candidacy did not resonate so well with female voters. adrienne: and not much of a , battle for the badgers this afternoon. 12 sports' stephanie sutton steph, there's plenty for u.w. to celebrate this homecoming. stephanie: yes, there is. the badgers were the heavy favorite heading into today's homecoming game against the struggling fighting illini, and wisconsin didn't disappoint their fans at camp randall stadium. a big day for badgers running back corey clement. he rushes for 123 yards and three touchdowns. this was his first one in the first quarter. bad day for illinois quarterback jeff george junior, the son of the former nfl player.
this one to dacota dixon. meanwhile, badgers quarterback alex hornibrook hooks up with jazz peavy on a eight-yard touchdown pass. that makes it 21-3 wisconsin. bart houston also threw a td pass. bucky led 31-3 at the half and never looked back. a happy homecoming for the badgers. they win 48-3. 12 sports stephen watson reports from camp randall. stephen: you may see the final score of this game and think it was all about the offense, the once again the defense carried the badgers to a win. >> watching highlights, kicked it with some homies.
everybody, strong performance by the defense, secretary. >> there are a number of different guys, not just contributing come up making key place in key moments. stephen: this group has disallowed 11 offense of touchdowns in 10 games. >> it is attitude, swagger, knowing that you put in w than the guy across you. that has been key to our success this season. that has been key to our success this season. stephen: the badgers have now one's seven straight and have not lost a camp randall stadium since 2002. they know exactly what is front of them, two more wins. stephanie: thank you, stephen. with the win, wisconsin improves to 8- 2 on the season and still controls its own destiny in the
next week the badgers are at purdue. adrienne: milwaukee police are trying to track down the person who shot and killed a man outside his home, in the riverwest neighborhood. officers got to the scene at meinecke and weil around 1:00 this morning. they found a 33-year-old man shot. we still don't know the victim's name. sheldon: new tonight the taliban , is claiming responsibility for an apparent suicide bombing that killed four americans. that explosion happened at bagram airfield in afghanistan. two u.s. servicemen and two american contractors were demonstrators filled the streets in cincinnati after a judge declared a mistrial in the case of a former university of cincinnati police officer. ray tensing faced murder and manslaughter charges for fatally shooting sam dubose during a traffic stop last year. the jury deliberated for 25 hours, but couldn't reach a verdict. there's no word yet if the case will be tried again. dubose's family has already reached a $5 million settlement
state trooper killed on the job with a creative fundraiser. members of law enforcement bagged groceries today in fond du lac. they're raising money to honor trooper trevor casper. a murder and bank robbery suspect gunned him down in march of last year. it happened near a pick n save grocery store. store employees want a permanent tribute. >> they constantly leave items at the memorial site, temporary memorial site where he was shot, and this is something special we can his sacrifice. adrienne: the money from the fundraiser will go to a park bench with a commemorative plaque. one year ago tomorrow, 130 people died in a mass terror attack in paris. sheldon: tonight, paris took another step toward healing. ? >> ? nothing comes from violence nothing ever could
performing to a sold-out crowd at the bataclan in paris tonight. it's the same concert hall where 90 of the terror victims were killed. sting's performance marked the venue's re-opening. the money raised from tonight's concert will go to charities that are helping survivors of the paris attacks. adrienne: another music icon stranded on the side of the road. sheldon: wait until you hear which famous singer a group of bikers helped out of a jam. also ahead, it's the biggest show of it's kind in the country. the local event model train fans won't want to miss tomorrow. >> fast. how low we go. that's ahead in weatherwatch 12. announcer: get important local
announcer: leading the way with important local coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news at 10:00 with sheldon dutes, adrienne pedersen, meteorologist lindsey slater, and stephanie sutton with big 12 sports. wisn 12 news at 10:00 continues. sheldon: new york's most famous holiday decoration is in place but not quiet read g rockefeller center christmas tree this afternoon. it's a 94-foot tall norway spruce from upstate new york. crews will decorate the tree with 50,000 lights that'll shine bright a little later this month. adrienne: big job. cathedral square is getting decked out for the holidays. local students started decorating dozens of trees with homemade ornaments. it's part of the 18th annual milwaukee holiday lights festival, which starts november
thousands of people to state fair park this weekend. sheldon: wisn 12 news thema ponton has a look at all of the excitement from train fest. >> they go so fast. >> five and a half-year-old dominic is just one of the many people getting a close look at the trains and models on display for trainfest at state fair park. the annual event showcases more than model railroads with 70 cities, towns and railroad lines from across the country. >> buildingsou it doesn't take a lot of money. the hardest part is probably the engines and the track. >> one of the highlights, an award winning miniature model of the hiroshima peace memorial, from japanese high school students. >> the hardest part of making this was making the dome look realistic. >> the people here don't need an interpreter to understand the appeal of model railroading.
i grew up with them when i was a kid, and my dad would take me. >> model train building has been around for a very long time, but a lot of technological advances have been made. this is not your grandfather's train set anymore. some trains have computer chips, automated lights and sounds, even radio communication with railroad crews, advancements that have changed model railroading, but not changed people's excitement about model trains. int wisn 12 news. sheldon: all right, if you want to get in on the fun train fest , continues tomorrow from 9:00 to 5:00 p.m. admission is $20 for adults, and kids get in for six dollars. adrienne: an act of kindness pays off big for some bruce springsteen fans in new jersey. a group of veterans out for a motorcycle ride after a veterans