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first home loss against an unranked opponent. simply amazing. 44 straight games it had been. and down to todd mcshay, wow. >> todd: coach, unbelievable win. you hang in there and your defense comes up with three big turnovers. what are you feeling right now? >> unbelievable. our kids deserved this. we had a tough year, lost a lot of tight games by this much and you know, they get all the respect in the world. you know, the little panthers got it done. we got little number 5. we got little number 10 but we got a bunch of guy nas make plays. >> todd: coming in the game, we talked about the different matchups and your kicker. i asked you before and you said i got a great kicker. tough start to the day. but how about him hanging in there and with the big kick.
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game. i gave him a kiss earlier in the game and i stayed positive with him. and he has been money and he made a major game winner mca couple seniors, how they played and how proud you are. >> they did a heck of a job, and 43 points, we government the ball back. and how about a fourth down stop down there? third and one and a fourth and one stop by the defense? it's a team win and i'm so proud >> todd: how important is this win for everything you are building at pitt? >> it's everything. we are bowl eligible. we knocked off the number two team independent the country. and our guys had guts tonight. >> todd: thanks, coach. >> steve: pitt beat number two west virginia back in 2007 and here they come off number two clemson. give me a feel for reaction around the country on this one. >> brian: shock.
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we knew there was going to be a shake-up in the college football season and playoff. and the final four rankings. we didn't think it was going to be in this fashion. it wasn't a perfect stretch sister pittsburgh. when clemson wakes up tomorrow morning, they are going to shoot themselves. they are thinking, we made too many mistakes. deshaun watson, three interceptions. we thought it was going to be built for the playoff run with the defense and the defense is what gave up too muc >> steve: let's go down the field. todd mcshay with the hero of the game. >> todd: here with chris blew blewitt. tough start to the day. ken your team needs you, you have a massive kick. >> i just thank god my offense and defense gave me another shot. it's a team win. everybody contributed and i thampg god my teammates gave me an opportunity to come back again.
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before the game, how long can he go? and he kicked a 56 yarder last year. and we him give you a kiss of confidence. how much is it to have the head coach believe in you? >> coach believes in us because he puts us out there on the field. we do it every week. they give me another opportunity. >> todd: congratulations mmpl you have fans around that want to celebrate with you. >> steve: what a story. chris blewitt on a night he misses an extra point. he kicks a 48 yard field goal to upset clemson. >> brian: the upset sealed with a kiss. >> steve: there are signs and promos made all over. you hear the cheers? they are comiing from columbus.
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all of a sudden, pittsburgh needed a win to be bowl eligible. it feels bigger than being just bowl eligible. the pitt panthers come to death valley and ko number two clemson, 43-42. tune in to abc tonight. coming up at 8:00 eastern, saturday night football presented by walmart. what about number three michigan? how will they handle going to iowa? that's the story from clemson. what a day for the pitt
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-- against president-elect -- donald trump. good evening -- and welcome to 13- action news. i'm christopher king. this -- is the fourth straight day of protests. demonstrators -- even taking to the streets -- overseas. in the meantime -- donald trump -- hunkering down -- at trump
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he's tasked -- with putting together -- his new white-house team. abc's -- gloria riviera -- has the latest. natsot - "not my president! not my president!" protests in the streets for the fourth straight day? nats - "we reject the president-elect." people marching and chanting against president-elect donald trump. this demonstration just one of many nationwide? and now - going global?. nats - groups gathering in germany to protest the incoming american leader? nats - back in new york - demonstrators converged on trump tower: the skyscraper turned fortress where trump is building his new team? the first b vice- president elect mike pence now heading the white skyscraper turned fortress where trump is building his new team? the first big shakeup - vice- president elect mike pence now heading the white house transition. and trump's children - don junior, ivanka and eric also joining the team? helping choose members of their father's administration? as they also take the lead in the family business. the potential conflict of interest drawing criticism? after the trumps promised
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donald trump, jr. dtj - "we're not going to be involved in government. we wouldn't be involved in government." gs - "so there will be a wall between you, your siblings and your father?" dtj - "100%. we won't talk to him about it." further blurring the lines? ivanka's husband jared kushner steve bannon, newt gingrich, r-n-c chairman reince priebus and former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. the president-elect also drawing fire for an interview with 60 minutes - where -in a reversal--trump now suggests parts of obamacare will rem (cbs "60 minutes") sot - stahl: "are you going to make sure that people with pre-conditions are still covered? trump: "yes, because it happens to be one of the strongest assets." stahl: "you're going to keep it?" trump: "also, with the children living with their parents for an extended gloria riviera, abc news, washington. and here at home -- las vegas police -- are preparing for dueling protests tonight. more than 15- hundred
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police are monitoring social media posts saying -- trump supporters are also planning countr protests -- in the exact same spot. a 13 action news update this afternoon... the clark county coroner -- is identifying the would-be robber -- shot and killed -- during an attempted hold-up at a local convenience store. he's 24-year-old rashad ryan. this all happened on thursday -- at a 7-11 -- near cheyenne and civic center. police say -- ryan was trying to rob a clerk -- when a customer inside th shot ryan. detectives say -- ryan may have been responsible -- for a number of robberies in the area. right now -- a man is struggling to survive -- after he's hit by a car. he was crossing the road -- near jones and flamingo. investigators say -- he was not using the crosswalk. the victim -- was taken to university medical cener -- is listed in -- grave condition. as for the driver -- police say -- he took off -- but came back in a different car. police arrested him -- saying -- he showed signs of impairment.
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will subside and we will just fall into the above normal category for the weekend. highs will drop a few degrees on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which is still warmer than where they should be. to start off the week highs will approach 80 for monday with nothing but sunshine winds will pick up on wednesday to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday with partly sunny skies. overnight into thursday expect some cold conditions in the morning with lows in the 40s. highs will even be cooler into
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traffic stop -- when the suspect -- suddenly takes off. you won't believe -- what happens next. plus -- a new warning tonight -- before you start -- your holiday shopping. how thieves are using -- a new method -- to steal your credit-card information.
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dangerous confrontation. an officer -- is dragged -- then gunfire erupts. abc's -- marci gonzalez -- has more. -authorities in new jersey investigating a police-involved shooting all captured this dramatic dash-cam video? dascham nat gunshot dashcam video// the newly released edmond brown - as he was pulled over in haddon township in october for having a handicapped placard visible in his truck, while in motion? dascham nat "i'm going to try to figure this out. do me a favor, turn the car off" dashcam video// brown- as the officer approaches-- hitting the gas- taking the xx-year- old (rookie/veteran)along with dascham nat "get the (bleep) on the ground" brown takes off running- the officer grabs him and that's' when -- you hear the officer's gun go off, shooting
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seems - unaware. dashcam nat "you shot me" "no, i didn't" sot: the investigation of the shooting will focus on whether the officer intended to shoot brown during the scuffle as they were coming across the street or was it an accidental discharge if it was an accidental discharge they will examine what happened. the scuffle continuing- until the officer manages to get brown to the ground?and into custody. , attorneys for brown telling abc news they are conducting their own investigation, writing: (gfx) "i ask that no-one rush to judgment based anchor tag judge megan e. shanahan: "by reason of your inability to reach a verdict, i declare this case a mistrial."
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a judge declares a mistrial -- in the case -- of a former university of cincinnati police officer -- accused of murdering motorist -- during a traffic stop. ray tensing --fired a single shot -- at sam dubose -- july last year. nearly a-thousand demonstrators -- took to the streets -- after today's decision. the mayor --speaking earlier. john cranley / cincinnati mayor: "this case is not over. i think we've learned throughout this process how deeply prosecutor deters feels about the case and about what is right and what is wrong. dubose's family -- received a nearly 5-million dollar settlement -- from the university -- and a formal apology. these highs well above normal will subside and we will just fall into the above normal category for the weekend. highs will drop a few degrees on saturday compared to friday.
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that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which is still warmer than where they should be. to start off the week highs will approach 80 for monday with nothing but sunshine across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday overnight into thursday expect some cold conditions in the morning with lows in the 40s. highs will even be cooler into thursday afternoon. rain as of now is slight, but there is a chance we pick up a light shower in spots. a contact-13 -- consumer alert
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we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which is still warmer than where they should be. to start off the week highs will approach 80 for monday with nothing but sunshine across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperature with partly sunny skies. overnight into thursday expect some cold conditions in the morning with lows in the 40s. highs will even be cooler into thursday afternoon. rain as of now is slight, but there is a chance we pick up a light shower in spots. on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase
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likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which is still warmer than where they should be. to start off the week highs will approach 80 for monday with nothing but sunshine across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday with partly sunny skies. overnight into thursday e morning with lows in the 40s. highs will even be cooler into thursday afternoon. rain as of now is slight, but there is a chance we pick up a light shower in spots. a contact-13 -- consumer alert -- this afternoon. the las vegas f-b-i says --
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the upcoming holiday season means -- you may be using your credit card -- more than usual. and -- it only takes a moment -- for the bad guys -- to steal your information. 13-action news anchor -- tricia kean -- looks at this very real danger -- right here in the valley. < tiffany/shopper: i always use my card. i very rarely carry cash. lottie/shopper: i'm always careful. i'm kind of paranoid actually. shoppers we spoke with agree. you can't be too careful these days. tiffany/shopper: i'm definitely cautious of those things, make sure no one's looking at my pin number when i swipe my card. today the las vegas f-b-i is issuing a warning. theives are using more and more skimming devices... to steal your credit card information. fred bradford/special agent, fbi: it is a major problem here. and we have a joint task force
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agencies here in southern nevada. skimming is when thieves plant a device on a card reader. when you insert or swipe your card... the device captures your account information. fred bradford/special agent, fbi: these things are undetectable. it all happens in just seconds... and it can happen anywhere. your favorite store. a restaurant. a-t-m machines. or at the gas pump. fred bradford/special agent, fbi: it just seems that as the years go by the technology for picking up masses of information has really enhanced has really increased. last month alone... metro's financial crimes unit each one... capable of collecting 500 credit card numbers... helping bad guys steal about -2-million dollars from just one device. and don't think you're safe... just because you have a new chip card. fred bradford/special agent, fbi: chip protection technology was compromised years ago. the f-b-i's warning... be vigilant... when it comes to monitoring your financial accounts. fred bradford/special agent, fbi: this holiday season, it's almost a daily exercise and
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yourself. never let your card out of your sight. if you're going to a fast-food restaurant -- go inside to pay. and -- monitor your credit card statements. if there are any bogus charges -- report them -- as soon as possible. next -- a woman on a mission. how she's planning -- to become the first woman -- to visit every country in the
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world! and -- she wants to do it -- in the fastest time ever. abc's -- diane macedo -- has more on -- this epic journey. (3.5 seconds) from afghanistan? to zimbabwe? and everywhere in between. (7.5 seconds) one globe-trotting millenial is becoming the youngest woman ever to visit every country in the world. sot - i'm starting to wrap my head around it, it's becoming really surreal now. (7 seconds) 27 year old cassie de pecol hit the road last july? painstakingly plotting a 2-year-trip on this old map? (5.5 seconds) (map gfx)taking off from portland, oregon? heading to new zealand, then fiji, then australia. (6 seconds) the connecticut-native instagramming her adventures as she visited beaches? (nats) mountains? (nats) and deserts around the world? quick nat of instagram video (5 seconds)
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most beautiful part of her trip -- has been the kidness of underestimate that. (8 seconds) (animated globe gfx) de pecol has already checked 181 countries off her list?. with just 15 more to go before she completes her grand tour. (4 seconds) her mission: not only to set a world recothrough. // that about sums it up. karla -- has another look at your forecast -- in just a bit. you're watching -- 13-action news -- where you get breaking news -- fast and first.
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weekend. highs will drop a few degrees on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. here's a look at -- what's coming up tonight -- on channel
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at 5 -- college foot ball -- with number 3 michigan -- taking on iowa at 8:30 -- a special edition -- of 13-action news at 9:30 -- inside edition at 10 -- castle at 11 -- 13 action news that does it for this special we're always on -- at ktnv dot com -- and our mobile app. we'll see you back here -- after the game. thanks for watching -- and have
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? >> chris: the hawkeyes are hoping to be an upset trap for michigan tonight, on a chilly big ten evening in iowa city. we say welcome to espn saturday night college football on abc, presented by walmart. and this big ten collision, undefeated, third-ranked michigan against iowa, hungry to redeem itself after an embarrassing loss coming in at 5-4. 31 years ago, the biggest iowa home game ever.

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