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wind in this direction. his career long is 51. that was in a dome on a neutral site. he sees along 46, two times against iowa last week. >> all chris. coaching as a head coach against his good friend mike reilly. when they were hired. they have coordinated against each other as a hid coach. for the first time, the long-time friends, coaching against each other as head coaches. it happened to be in a crucial big 10 west game. big ten crucial game. second down and nine. 1:48 to go. ogunbowale. seeking space. he works to the 24. young on the stop. another time-out used by nebraska. their second. >> kelly: so far, i agree with the clock management. the opposition is in decent
field goal range here. you want to go ahead and use your time-outs to give your offense some opportunity when you get the ball back regardless of what happens with the field goal. >> adam: a wild game so far today. 21-20. nebraska with the lead. adam amin, kelly stouffer and olivia harlan as well. one loss doesn't kill your big ten season. two losses is a really tough hurdle to overcome. >> kelly: we came into the game knowing these teams gave away games last week. that hurts big time. mike riley told us this yesterday. my team needs concrete evidence that what we're doing works. this is concrete evidence. they need . >> what we do works. they need to see something
right here. he seals on the edge. he finishes him off. a minute 32 to play, 4th down coming up. he got to about the 21 yard line. well within field goal range here. nebraska will use its final time out. it was tackled inbounds, last time out for the huskers. wisconsin with a chance to take the lead. nebraska with a chance to potentially get the ball back. a huge kick coming up, indeed they go for the field goal. >> if you lose three close contests, the time management always ask a factor. i think it was well done right there by mike reilly. timeouts, regardless of what happens on that kick. you have a minute 30 to try to make something happen, regardless of what you need. >> that's an issue last week. 3rd down and 7. clock was stopped.
instead of run him. armstrong handled the play call, it's a run. keep more time on the clock. for the lead, the brazilian born andbred kicker. trying -- off the uprights. a heart wrenching miss. and now wisconsin trailing by one with all three timeouts remaining. their defense needs to stiffen. this was a miss. >> well, mike reilly, as we've
said, this team needs something. they need concrete evidence that it works. >> i don't know the goal posts are made of concrete. but that might be right there for them. but armstrong needs to make something happen. this one is not done yet. >> a minute 26 left. wisconsin needs stopped. they make the cross. there is a stop right there and quickly a timeout with 1:21 left. >> you are not going to run much of the clock. timeouts left. and so eventually, if you don't make something happen with your execution on plays. stiff breeze. a lot left to happen right here. >> no, you talked about it, cal, nebraska has so much heart break. they are two and three for the first time before he began his career. ly the about the relief going through mike reilly's body and mind and soul. right now after the heart
has dealt with. now all of a sudden maybe a little luck bounces it away. >> that reaction was relief. that's exactly what the relief looks like in real life. >> again, 1:22 in the second back on the clock. still two timeouts for wisconsin. they need stops and quick stops and quick timeouts. a 1st down could essentially put the game away. he's just getting his defender back on the field. >> it was a the 11th defender. a stop by dakota dickson ends up with the tackle there. inned is 2nd timeout. let's check in with kass by albert in the studio. >> reporter: we got an update from knoxville, josh dobson having a huge game. five yard score, thrown for 3. five to play, coming up later on abc. jinlbo fisher, number 12,
florida state taking on miami 8:00 eastern, on abc. back to you. >> cassidy, impressive comingback by tennessee. a tight one. the out standing georgia running back injured earlier today. left knee injury back in the first quarter of that game. >> 3rd down and 7. wisconsin needs a stop. a 1st down could end this game for the huskers. >> janovich gets stopped. wisconsin gets the ball back with time on the clock. paul chryst uses his final timeout. so 1:14 to play. he said, kelly, special teams could be an issue. moments ago the miss. outstanding production. >> you would have expected it. he had a 45-yarder that could
have been 55 going into the wind. >> again the distance was fine. it was just the target and the release that ends up affecting the kick. >> no doubt about that. wisconsin is going to get the ball back in some decent shape, baring some disaster, a minute 14 left. they just burned all their timeouts. so it's going to be the ultimate hurry-up situation. >> again, going into the wind. this wind. ericsson back to the chaur and sam fults, the big internal 10 team player last week trying to avoid that breeze. the week last week, trying to avoid wisconsin setting up for a return. fults keeping it low. to the 28 by erickson he is stopped after a very short return, forward progress to the 32 yard line. >> 1:03 to play, wisconsin now
in the hands soft fourth winningest active quarterback in college football, with a chance to get wisconsin the lead. whether they get him a touchdown into field goal range, it's up to him now. >> the tight end, a big target. he hasn't exactly been hot. but ericsson also usually from that slot position, but this isn't a nebraska secondary that has something to prove. to the 30 yard line. four man rush. lungeing forward. the clock continues to move. he makes the grab. the tremendous run and catch to the side line. it was a good tackle. >> 45 second left. another four-man rush.
catch made out near mid-field t. clock will stop to reset the change, 38 seconds to play. ericson right here. >> four man rush, over the middle. it's caught, inside the 30 yard line down to the 28. 25 seconds to play. one of the best days in his career. takes him in the field goal range. now you have as to manage the clock as well. over again, it's broken up, incomplete. looking for a wheel, right, in on the coverage. it stops at 15 seconds, 2nd down and 10. maybe only one more play, two more plays, quickly, before you have to set up a field goal and
>> exactly. that's what you have to set up for. i think a play over the middle is incredibly dang ris. he may have to keep it right here. side lines, incomplete. you got to go for a field goal now. >> you have time to the side line, just like that, you may flip the formation and run the same. >> on dan fults, the center he's down on the field. >> again, the clock moving, a run play the clock is moving, this goes down, then it's a ten second runoff inside a minute. because it was an incomplete
anyway, it was an official timeout, now with nine seconds left, you see he potentially is getting shd for what could be about a 45 over or 46 yard game winning field goal for the badgers. >> and fults is the center, regardless of the play you want to run, it isn't going to be with your starting center, whoever comes in, has to make a shotgun snap. >> i wonder if that plays a role. goal. you bring in the regular field goal snapper. again for those of you just joining us, this has been the season for nebraska, both teams with big 10 loss loss lasted week. cornhuskers cornhuskers. byu, the comeback against miami for an armstrong pick and a field goal and last week, some
mismanagement of the slot. tommy armstrong could not convert on 3rd down. he comes down and scores with ten seconds to play and now trying to avoid another heart break in wisconsin with a chance to win it on a 46-yard go ahead field goal drive out of nebraska. he just missed a moment ago. 46-yarder into the wind. to the uprights. he puts wisconsin in front with four seconds to go. heart break again for the huskers. an incredible drive by the badgers to take the lead in the
final moments. >> he drives this one through. makes him the right upright. remember it was the right hash he missed the time before. it was on the right hash once again. i don't know how many times your heart can be broken, but nebraska is experiencing it again. it's the opposite on the wisconsin side line. >> scombl what a moment. how many times have husker fans seen this? >> that relief we talked about a moment ago. >> that's agony right there. that's what heart break looks like. >> gordon stephenson a foreman badger signee is back. they will go with the swift kick mear. it's oak. the time pay run out. it's kicked back behind the 30. the clock is going to run out on this game. the badgers with an incredible
come from behind victory. a much needed pitch and the win. and it's heart break for the huskers here in lincoln again. >> 23-21 the final score. ball paul chryst against his good friend mike reilly with the win. win. >> what an incredible ends to this game. back and forth. two good friends, mike reilly, chryst on a crossover, so much emotion in this game a. crucial early season big 10 west game as well. wisconsin has the win. nebraska falls to 0 and 2. and we're down on the field with paul chryst.
>> reporter: it comes down, what did you say to him after he missed the field goal right before? >> nothing. you know, i said something to him after the first one and that's the game. you got to keep playing, two teams just got playing. we will make the last play. it's okay to be in that situation and come through for his teammates. obviously, a lot of guys made that happen, that was a big stop by the defense. give credit to the offense for giving us a chance to get another chance, so that's why it's a great game. you got to keep playing it. today, you will be able to come on the winning side. >> one he'll always remember for sure. you got this win without most of your starting offense. how did they get it done? >> we had a quarterback that was big. they mentioned plays. there were some guys that you give them an opportunity to play. it's their moment to step up. they have done that.
>> a lot of guys put it out here. we appreciate that. it was a good win for us there the quarterback finished what he started two years ago as a red shirt freshman, what did you do before that? >> i thought he gave us a chance and played with tremendous poise and competitiveness at the end and that's all this is. you know, you talk about giving yourself a chance, having a chance at the end, and enough guys did. that that's what you are proud of. >> coach, you didn't speak to your good friends mike reilly all week, what did you say to him there shaking hands? >> i said, i'll give you a call. >> looking forward it to, coach, thank you very much. >> appreciate it. >> incredible back and forth ball game, incredible, emotional game as well, back and forth between two good friends and a big win for the badgers. >> only one of the best friends can win, right? it was chryst this particular time, nebraska is still looking for that concrete everyday. i think there are good things happening.
meanwhile, wisconsin the way they played defense, the way they are learning lou to play the game. their run game will get going. they're going to be in the middle of this big 10 west. >> the badgers win the freedom trophy the second time they battle for this one and a comeback victory for the badgers 23-21. the final score. for our fantastic crew here, we say so long from memorial stadium. later on tonight on abc, miami, unbeaten florida state. an incredible game and a big 10 win for the badgers. huskers are 2 and 4 for the first time since 1959.
what permanent memorial will remember those who lost their lives. >> i saw my life flash before my eyes, because you think, how could this happen. stephanie: a former miss new hampshire overcame a battle with breast cancer. how she' s using her experience to help others. hayley: cool temperatures today, but beautiful for foliage viewing, and now warmer temperatures are on the way for the second half of the weekend. stephanie: fall is in the air at the milford pumpkin festival this weekend. we' ll show you some of these massive pumpkins. like we do. now wmur news 9 at 6:00. stephanie: a beautiful start to the columbus day weekend. many of you heading north to see peak foliage. i' m stephanie woods. meteorologist hayley lapoint tells us about a cooldown on the
hayley: it was a cool day even s. the fall chill in the air. these are the temperatures today, only 50 whitefield, 54 degrees plymouth and laconia. lots of sunshine, bright and sunny. now that darkness has fallen, temperatures will plummet s up north, 44 concord. we have some clouds that will move in. that will be the saving grace, keeping temperatures a little warmer during the overnight, had we not had the clouds. the clouds would be around the early part of the day tomorrow, but then we are back to bright sunshine, and more sunshine with warmer temperatures for columbus day monday. i will break down the forecast coming up. stephanie: drivers heading north are causing some slowdowns on the roads.
i-93 and kancamagus highway. state police say there' s no accidents, just fall foliage traffic. many people are also headed to sandwich and fryeburg for county fairs today. new hampshire state police say a japanese man led troopers on a chase in canterbury. 70-year-old chikara ishikawa of japan was allegedly speeding on i-93 just after 7:00 this morning. troopers say when they tried to pull over ishikawa, he refused to stop. another trooper set up a spike strip down the highway and stopped the car. ishikawa is charged with reckless driving, disobeying an officer, and resisting arrest. the pumpkin festival is this weekend in milford. fall is in the air in milford as the town holds their annual pumpkin festival. thousands gathered on and around the historic milford oval for the festivities today. there' s entertainment, food, vendors, carnival rides, a pumpkin catapult, and more. tonight, there will also be fireworks. organizers say volunteers make
the three-day event possible. >> it' s anything from helping us put on the festival to maybe doing their own nonprofit booth, be it a scout troop or the lions club or the rotary. if you add all of those up, it' s probably 700 people. it' s a lot of people and they work for months on this. stephanie: the festival will be open until 9:30 tonight, and tomorrow 10:00 to 3:00. the sandwich fair is also going on this columbus day weekend. the fair runs until monday, with gates opening at 8:00 a.m. the parade starts tomorrow at 1:00 in downtown sandwich. you can check out livestock, marching bands, and rides at the fair. admission is $10 for adults and $4 for kids age 8 to 12. children under 7 are free. and it may look like fall in sandwich, but winter arrived at mount washington today. we could see the flakes flying this morning on our sky cameras atop mount washington. temperatures were in the mid-20' s with winds gusting over 80 miles per hour. the general manager of the mount washington auto road tells us that the snow arrived late this year, and now that it'
s here, it' s a sight that can' t be missed. >> we have some brilliant colors right now, and now they are contrasted by the white top northern presidentials, so it is just beautiful blue sky overhead now that the clouds have cleared, with snow on the mountains and color in the foreground. it' s really something else. stephanie: if you are thinking about taking a ride on the mount washington auto road, staff says to arrive early to beat the crowds. you can drive it yourself or take a guided tour. a plaque was unveiled this afternoon in alstead, as the town commemorates 10 years since the flood. the stone was built into a rock on the edge of the cold river. wmur' s mike cronin was at today' s dedication. he joins us live with more. mike: it was a low-key but sessional ceremony -- special ceremony as they remember the day that change this town forever.
dozens came to see the plaque revealed, built memory of the four lives lost and recognition of the property and homes destroyed and gratitude for those who helped with rescue and recovery on october 9, when floodwaters swept through the town. everything in the town was rebuilt and now the plaque has become part of history. they cost $1000 to build and was paid for by resident donations of $20 and five cents, representative of the year 2005. people say it is important to remember and come together on a day like this. >> this is all part of our psyche now that this happened and we dealt with it. it looks so nice around here now. >> very painful. but this is a special town. i' ve always thought so. all these people around me, i know at least half of them. mike: years from now residents say people may not understand the flood, but this plaque
mike cronin, wmur news 9. stephanie: across the country, october is breast cancer awareness month. every two minutes, a woman in the u.s. is given the diagnosis which can be a terrifying life event. one former miss new hampshire, it' s become a way to help and inspire others. wmur' s kristen carosa has her story. kristen: mary morin carlin was diagnosed with breast cancer at 36 years old. she has just wrapped up her treatment. now her focus is shifting to help others going through the same thing and reminding them that no one fights this alone. mary morin carlin grew up in bedford. >> i graduated from unh and i served as miss new hampshire. kristen: since then, she moved to new york, she got married, and had a baby, not realizing her life was about to change. >> i was in shock. i thought here i am, i' m 36 years old and i have a 2-year-old daughter and a husband.
her right breast in february and went to her doctor. after several tests, she was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer. >> a week and a half after being diagnosed, i had both breasts removed and then rested for three weeks, and then i started eight rounds of chemotherapy over the course of six months. kristen: through this process, mary has discovered she is high-risk for breast cancer and ovarian cancer. >> the next step is in november, i will have my ovaries, uterus, and cervix removed because i have another genetic variation for uterine cancer. kristen: during this time, she' s kept her family and her miss new hampshire friends close by her side. she is partnering with a former contestant and friend who' s also been fighting breast cancer to create "fighting fabulously." it' s an online support group for women. >> when you are in your 20' s and 30' s and you have breast cancer, you feel very alone. kristen: mary also wants to create gift bags to give out to
breast cancer patients, to make them feel better after going through treatments. her hairdresser and owner of bonne vie salon and spa in derry is holding a fundraiser on sunday, october 18, to raise money to help make that happen. >> all of these nice things we hope we can provide them and put a smile on their face, and also help them financially with all of these extra things. kristen: mary says she wants to fill the bags with special things that she wished she had when she was going through treatments. when the bags are created, some will go the norris cotton cancer center in manchester, and the rest will go to the cancer center where she received treatment in new york city. head to wmur.com for the event details. reporting in the studio, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. stephanie: thanks so much. still to come on news 9 at 6:00 -- a new hampshire couple taking on an obstacle course together wins we'
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