Illinois upsets Penn State in first-ever 9OT game


Illinois and Penn State made NCAA history on Saturday when the two teams played the first nine-overtime game in history and it would be the Fighting Illini picking up the upset victory.

Illinois wide receiver Casey Washington made the game-winning 2-point catch on a pass from Brandon Peters in the final overtime for the 20-18 victory, knocking off the No. 7 team in the nation.

“I actually cried,” Washington said after the game. “It just felt good.”

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Both teams had miscues in the overtime runs. Illinois’ Arthur Sitkowski missed on Illinois’ first try in overtime and then was held to nothing in the next four overtimes. Josh McCray would also be stuffed at the goal line. Sitkowski would have to leave the game in the sixth overtime after getting hurt. It led to Peters getting the game-winning pass to Washington later in the game.

Penn State cornerback Tariq Castro-Fields (5) breaks up a pass intended for Illinois wide receiver Casey Washington (14) during the second half of an NCAA college football game in State College, Pa.on Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021. Illinois defeated Penn State 20-18 in nine overtimes.

Penn State cornerback Tariq Castro-Fields (5) breaks up a pass intended for Illinois wide receiver Casey Washington (14) during the second half of an NCAA college football game in State College, Pa.on Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021. Illinois defeated Penn State 20-18 in nine overtimes.
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Penn State took a page out of the Philadelphia Eagles’ playbook and ran the “Philly Special” but the pass from tight end Tyler Warren to a banged-up Sean Clifford missed the mark.

Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford (14) scrambles away from Illinois linebacker Owen Carney Jr. (99) in the first overtime of an NCAA college football game in State College, Pa., Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021. Illinois defeated Penn State 20-18 in the ninth overtime.

Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford (14) scrambles away from Illinois linebacker Owen Carney Jr. (99) in the first overtime of an NCAA college football game in State College, Pa., Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021. Illinois defeated Penn State 20-18 in the ninth overtime.
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The two would complete 2-point plays back and forth in the eighth overtime and it came down to the ninth. Clifford’s pass to Parker Washington was broken up by Illinois linebacker Khalan Tolson and on the other end Peters found Casey Washington.

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The team would dogpile on Washington after the game.

“To see our locker room right now is pretty special,” Illinois coach Bret Bielema said. “They fight for one another.”

Bielema picked up his 100th win as a head coach.

llinois players James McCourt (17) and Jamal Woods (91) celebrate their 20-18 victory over Penn State after the ninth overtime of an NCAA college football game in State College, Pa.on Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021.

llinois players James McCourt (17) and Jamal Woods (91) celebrate their 20-18 victory over Penn State after the ninth overtime of an NCAA college football game in State College, Pa.on Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021.
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Illinois and Penn State were tied at 10 after regulation and exchanged field goals in the first two overtimes. NCAA rules were tweaked so that the two teams run one play from the 3-yard line in the third OT and beyond. Each score counted as two points.

Illinois was very run-heavy during the game with Chase Brown running for 223 yards on 33 carries and McCray finishing with 142 yards on 24 carries.

Oct 23, 2021; University Park, Pennsylvania, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini wide receiver Casey Washington (right) celebrates following the game against the Penn State Nittany Lions at Beaver Stadium.

Oct 23, 2021; University Park, Pennsylvania, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini wide receiver Casey Washington (right) celebrates following the game against the Penn State Nittany Lions at Beaver Stadium.
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Penn State’s Clifford finished with 19-for-34 with 165 yards and a touchdown.

The game previously broke the NCAA record of seven overtimes. Texas A&M beat LSU in that 2018 game, 74-72.

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Penn State dropped to 5-2 on the season. Illinois moved to 3-5 on the season.



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Glenn Youngkin vows to ban critical race theory if elected Virginia governor


Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin said Saturday that if he is elected the commonwealth’s next governor he will “ban” the teaching of critical race theory on his first day in office.

Youngkin’s remarks came as he spoke about educational improvements he would implement in the state should he be elected.

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“We all know education starts with curriculum,” Youngkin told his supporters at a rally on Saturday. “We will teach all history, the good and the bad.”

Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin gestures as he talks with supporters during a rally in Culpeper, Oct. 13, 2021. Youngkin faces former Gov. Terry McAuliffe in the November election. 

Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin gestures as he talks with supporters during a rally in Culpeper, Oct. 13, 2021. Youngkin faces former Gov. Terry McAuliffe in the November election. 
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“America has fabulous chapters and it’s the greatest country in the world, but we also have some important chapters in our history, we must teach them,” Youngkin added, saying that under his administration, children will not be taught “to view everything through a lens of race.”

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“We know in our hearts it’s wrong,” Youngkin said. “Dr. Martin Luther King implored us to judge one another based on the content of our character and not the color of our skin. Therefore, on day one, I will ban critical race theory in our schools.”

Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin participates in a debate with Democratic gubernatorial candidate and former Gov. Terry McAuliffe at Northern Virginia Community College, in Alexandria, Va., Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021. (Associated Press)

Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin participates in a debate with Democratic gubernatorial candidate and former Gov. Terry McAuliffe at Northern Virginia Community College, in Alexandria, Va., Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021. (Associated Press)

A Fox News Poll from earlier this month found that a strong majority of Virginia parents said they should tell schools what to teach their children, amid high-profile controversies over transgender policies and critical race theory in the state’s schools.

Opponents of the academic doctrine known as critical race theory protest outside the Loudoun County School Board headquarters, in Ashburn, Virginia, June 22, 2021. 

Opponents of the academic doctrine known as critical race theory protest outside the Loudoun County School Board headquarters, in Ashburn, Virginia, June 22, 2021. 
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The education debate has reached a fever pitch in Northern Virginia where parents have turned out in droves to express concerns about COVID-19 policies, transgender policies, and critical race theory, a framework which involves deconstructing aspects of society to discover “systemic racism” beneath the surface. Some parents have called CRT divisive, claiming it encourages White students to view themselves as oppressors.

Fox News’ Tyler O’Neil contributed to this story.



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Dan Bongino: Are you a second-class citizen in your own country?


Dan Bongino questions whether Americans are second-class citizens in their own country Saturday on “Unfiltered with Dan Bongino,” noting illegal immigrants are not forced to abide by the same rules.

DAN BONGINO: Are you a second-class citizen in your own country? It’s a serious question, don’t laugh it off. Think about how the rules and restrictions that you – hardworking, taxpaying citizens of this great country – the rules you’re forced to abide by while others on the left and even non-citizens, not even in the country legally – rules they get a free pass on. 

First, what about those vaccine mandates? … You know, the ones forcing people to quit their jobs all over the country? Check out this headline: “As White House tries to finalize vaccine mandate, dozens of groups seek last-minute meetings.” 

You know one of the groups that doesn’t need one of these last-minute meetings because they don’t need to request an exemption? Yes. Illegal immigrants. Whose first act entering the country is to break the law. Because they’re already exempt. 

How does that make you feel? 

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Morgan State homecoming shooting in Baltimore leaves student wounded: reports


A shooting Saturday evening during homecoming weekend at Morgan State University in Baltimore has left at least one student wounded, according to reports.

The student was identified only as an 18-year-old male. Police responding to the scene found the victim with a gunshot wound to his chest, FOX 45 of Baltimore reported.

The victim was in stable condition in a hospital and was alert and conscious, the station reported.

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Officials at the historically Black research university wrote on Twitter that the gunfire erupted around 7 p.m. near the Montebello Complex on the university’s south campus, but FOX 45 reported that police were called to the area nearly a half-hour earlier.

There was no longer an active threat on campus, the university claimed Saturday night, according to The Baltimore Sun.

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The gunfire came after Morgan State’s football team lost to North Carolina Central 28-17 earlier in the day, and a day after Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and U.S. Rep. Kweisi Mfume were on hand for the grand opening of a new student services building, the Sun reported.

No suspects were reported to be in custody. Police asked that anyone with information call detectives at 410-396-2444, or use the anonymous Metro Crime Stoppers line at 1-800-7-LOCKUP.



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Morgan State homecoming shooting in Baltimore leaves student wounded: reports


A shooting Saturday evening during homecoming weekend at Morgan State University in Baltimore has left at least one student wounded, according to reports.

The student was identified only as an 18-year-old male. Police responding to the scene found the victim with a gunshot wound to his chest, FOX 45 of Baltimore reported.

The victim was in stable condition in a hospital and was alert and conscious, the station reported.

DC POLICE OFFICERS SAY THEY WERE TOLD TO HAVE ABORTIONS TO KEEP JOB

Officials at the historically Black research university wrote on Twitter that the gunfire erupted around 7 p.m. near the Montebello Complex on the university’s south campus, but FOX 45 reported that police were called to the area nearly a half-hour earlier.

There was no longer an active threat on campus, the university claimed Saturday night, according to The Baltimore Sun.

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The gunfire came after Morgan State’s football team lost to North Carolina Central 28-17 earlier in the day, and a day after Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and U.S. Rep. Kweisi Mfume were on hand for the grand opening of a new student services building, the Sun reported.

No suspects were reported to be in custody. Police asked that anyone with information call detectives at 410-396-2444, or use the anonymous Metro Crime Stoppers line at 1-800-7-LOCKUP.



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Hollywood Casino 400: How to win $1,000 for free with Super 6


One spot in the Championship Four is off the board.

Kyle Larson clinched his berth in NASCAR‘s title race with an impressive win last weekend at Texas Motor Speedway. It was the second victory in a row and eighth this season for Larson, who has emerged as the man to beat for the Cup Series title.

The next two races also have qualifying berths on the line for the seven drivers still alive in the hunt for the Cup title. This week’s stop is Kansas Motor Speedway for the Hollywood Casino 400

You can win along with NASCAR’s finest with FOX’s Super 6. Just answer all six questions on the race correctly, and you could win $1,000. It’s quick, easy and free to play. Just download the FOX Super 6 app on your phone or mobile device!

Here are the questions for Sunday in Kansas City.

Which driver will have the best finishing position for the race?
The options: Ryan Blaney, Chase Elliott, Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr., Joey Logano, Denny Hamlin

Busch would seem to be the popular pick because of how well he raced in the Buschy McBusch race back in May. Both Hamlin and Truex have two wins at Kansas as well, so they could find a way into this mix. Truex needs it more, as he has fallen to seventh in the Cup standings.

How many Fords will finish the race in the top 10?
The options: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5+

The past three races at Kansas have seen four Fords finish in the top 10, with a familiar pattern: two in the top 5 and two in the 8-to-10 spots in the race. Take that for whatever it’s worth.

How many Toyotas will finish the race in the top 10?
The options: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5+

The fall race in Kansas last year saw three Toyotas in the top 10, but only one finished anywhere close to the front of the pack. It’s important to remember, however, that Busch, Truex and Hamlin have all had success here, and all of them are Toyota drivers.

How many Chevys will finish the race in the top 10?
The options: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5+

Elliott had the best finish in a Chevy at Kansas in May, and that was a distant fifth-place showing. There were four Chevys overall in the top 10 in that race, however, so keep that in mind.

Who will have the worst finishing position at the end of the race?
The options: Denny Hamlin, Kyle Larson, Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski, Martin Truex Jr., Ryan Blaney

As mentioned, Truex needs this race big-time. He hasn’t exactly been great since a playoff win, finishing outside the top 10 in three straight races. The good part? He loves Kansas, and it matches up well on his schedule. The bad news? Maybe he isn’t driving as fast a car this time around.

Which of these drivers will have the most Cup Series points after the conclusion of the race?
The options: Chase Elliott, Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin, Martin Truex Jr., Joey Logano, tie

There’s a hunch here that Hamlin — who still projects as Larson’s top competitor when they get to Phoenix for the finale in November — has a great race and ends up winning this week to set the stage for a memorable final matchup.

Play our NASCAR Super 6 contest for free, and you could win $1,000! Just download the Super 6 app and make your picks now for your chance to win!



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Kourtney Kardashian, Travis Barker dress up as iconic punk-rock couple Sid and Nancy for Halloween


Leave it to Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker to get a head start on Halloween.

While the newly engaged couple has been attending (and making out at) spooky-season events since September, they took things a step further on Tuesday by dressing up as another iconic couple: Sid and Nancy.

Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian made their red carpet  debut at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards at Barclays Center on September 12, 2021 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. 

Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian made their red carpet  debut at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards at Barclays Center on September 12, 2021 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. 
(Photo by Jeff Kravitz)

Kardashian shared photos of their punk rock-inspired looks on Instagram Friday, channeling Nancy Spungen by pairing a curly blond wig with a see-through mesh shirt, black bra and leather pants.

Barker dressed as late rocker Sid Vicious, donning a spiky black wig, leather jacket and pants with a studded belt for a performance at the NoCap x Travis Barker House of Horrors in Malibu.

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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are seen on October 16, 2021 in New York City.

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are seen on October 16, 2021 in New York City.
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His commitment to the costume even included covering up his neck and face tattoos. While he’s previously let his 15-year-old daughter Alabama use KVD Beauty’s Good Apple Foundation ($38) to cover his ink, it’s unclear whether he turned to the TikTok-loved, full-coverage formula this time around.

The Blink-182 drummer, 45, also shared photos of himself handcuffed to Kardashian, 42, during their night out, captioning the snaps, “Throw away the key.”

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Kardashian captioned her own post, “’till death do us part.” In addition to showing off their edgy early Halloween look, the snaps also gave another glimpse at her enormous oval-shaped engagement ring from Barker.

Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian are seen in attendance during the UFC 260 event at UFC APEX on March 27, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian are seen in attendance during the UFC 260 event at UFC APEX on March 27, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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The pair, who have been dating since January, got engaged on Sunday night in Montecito, Calif.

The costume isn’t the first time the lovebirds have coordinated in all-black outfits, as they’ve previously brought their signature edgy couple style to both red carpets and date nights.

Given their shared love of leather looks, perhaps they didn’t have to look further than their own closets for costumes.



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Jesse Watters lists the many crises facing Joe Biden, who is in 'fantasy land'


Jesse Watters sounded the alarm on the many crises facing the Biden administration Saturday on “Watters’ World,” saying the president is in “fantasy land.” 

JESSE WATTERS: Inflation, hostage crisis, border crisis, gas prices, empty shelves, backlogged supply chains, labor shortage, high crime, pandemic, Chinese missiles and a stalled agenda. If a presidency has three of these things, it’s in deep trouble. The Biden presidency is facing all of these things at the same time. Alarm bells should be going off right now, but not in Biden’s fantasy land. Problems are really progress, everything’s fine, and Joe Biden is totally fine. 

Biden got elected on the promise he’d return things to normal. But life in America isn’t normal. This is now the new normal. Masks and mandates are here to stay. You can’t hire, can’t fly, can’t shop. The White House thinks it’s just a joke. 

Don’t you guys get it? It’s not Biden’s fault. It’s our fault for expecting to have Christmas presents for Christmas, turkeys for Thanksgiving, toilet paper for tomorrow. It’s like when Jimmy Carter told us to wear sweaters when home heating bills were sky-high. This is the new normal here, guys. Get used to it, peasant. We’re making progress, and nothing is going to cost a thing. 

It’s very clear why Biden’s poll numbers are tanking. The last two polls have him at 37% approval. He’s in a death spiral because people think he’s out of touch, an incompetent liar who’s making their lives more difficult and more expensive. And don’t you dare disagree with the Biden agenda, they’ll send the feds after you. 

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Obama: 'I understand' why Americans want to know when COVID-19 mandates will end


Former President Barack Obama traveled to New Jersey on Saturday to campaign for Gov. Phil Murphy and claimed that he understands why Americans are questioning when COVID-19 mandates will end.

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“The science says it’s the right thing to do,” Obama said in reference to COVID-19 mask and vaccine requirements to a crowd of Murphy supporters in Newark. “You do it because you’re not just protecting yourself, but people you love, people who are vulnerable. But, you know, I don’t know how folks just decide everything’s got to suddenly be political.”

Former US President Barack Obama gestures to the crowd, during an event in Kogelo, Kisumu, Kenya, Monday, July 16, 2018.

Former US President Barack Obama gestures to the crowd, during an event in Kogelo, Kisumu, Kenya, Monday, July 16, 2018.
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“But I understand why people want to know when this is all going to end,” Obama added.

Obama also traveled to Richmond, Virginia, on Saturday to stump for Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe.

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While speaking highly of McAuliffe, Obama claimed Virginia’s election signaled a “turning point.”

“We’re not going to go back to the chaos that did so much damage,” Obama said. “We’re going to move forward with people like Terry leading the way.”



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Judge Jeanine: Lawlessness in America is different now – criminals have permission


Judge Jeanine Pirro reacted to the “lawlessness” in America Saturday on “Justice with Judge Jeanine,” saying criminals have a sense of “permission” to break the law.

JEANINE PIRRO: Lawlessness in this country is worse than ever. What’s different, however, is the sense of permission the criminals have – that they’re allowed to vent, to steal, to loot. After all, businesses have insurance. So we let them steal with no consequence, no arrest, no conviction, no jail time. 

We’ll let them burn down neighborhoods and businesses, because they want “social justice,” as if the destruction of property and lives brings them anything. It only hurts victims. 

Murders are spiking in major Democrat-run cities across this country. Up in cities like Portland, 57%. Austin, 71%. Los Angeles, 65%. Las Vegas, 71%. Children going to buy candy are shot at. A 1-year-old sitting in a stroller shot and killed. Children in their own homes, in their own beds, a place that they have a right to be, are shot and killed by criminals that don’t deserve to breathe the same air that we do. And a 4-year-old girl shot on her way to a toy store in Times Square. 

In cities across America, police are not only being handcuffed, they’re being defunded, demoralized, and told to stand down. Ordered not to arrest, and if they do, the swinging door of no bail lets the criminal out to re-offend. 

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