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"On KCBS taking care of the animals during massive wildfire events. KCBS news time twelve fifteen. We're onto the sportsline now with Joe Salvatore is metro fee will be honored and warded later on today in New York City first time in over a decade that all the finalists are quarterbacks cluding Oklahoma's Cuyler Murray pass for four thousand fifty three yards this year. Forty touchdowns rushed for just under nine hundred yards and also had eleven touchdowns on the ground. That Murray also is a baseball player who was a first round pick of the Oakland A's and this year's MLB draft. He was asked if his mindset was different going into this year. No, yes, baseball, the fall back on most guys would tell you that you know, it made them go harder. For me. I've been playing this game my whole life. Since I was four years old. I approach it the same way every day. I don't take this for granted. Every time I step on the field. Whether I did did you have to do summer. If I didn't I was going to post the season on the same way. Joining Murray in New York today, we'll be to Loya of Alabama and Dwayne Haskins out of Ohio State navy and army are underway in Philadelphia. It's the one hundred nineteenth meeting and army looking for a third straight win after losing fourteen straight in the series. The warriors headed into the weekend winners of three in a row to close out their last road trip, one of the big factors as Klay Thompson is getting healthy. It helps when you're MVP counterplay point."