The Daily Numbers for Thursday, Oct. 20

The Daily Numbers: 3rd and final debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton last night. Can I get an ‘Amen.’

28 years, how long Bill Adolph has represented the 165th legislative district in the state House. He’s retiring.

14 to 28 years in prison for an Eddystone man in fatal shooting of his friend.

2 Bill Clintons? Yes, that was Upper Providence’s Bill Clinton mugging with President Bill Clinton during a campaign event in Ardmore.

2002, when Upper Darby Officer Dennis McNamara was gunned down on duty. A portion of a Drexel Hill road will be named in his honor.

1st strike ever by members of the union representing faculty at Pa.’s state universities.

14 state schools affected.

110,000 students across the state affected.

22, age of Delco man who was shot when a Craigslist transaction in Philly turned violent.

44 people nabbed in a crackdown on underage human trafficking in Philly.

17, age of suspect being sought in the shooting of a Good Samaritan who intervened in a robbery in Rittenhouse Square.

10-2 win for Cubs over Dodgers last night in the NLCS.

2-2 deadlock in that series.

3-10 win for Indians over the Blue Jays. They take the ALCS and head to World Series.

50 years of Flyers history on display at Wells Fargo Center as team kicks off home opener tonight.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

Sam Bradford was all smiles yesterday as he talked to the Philly media. Being 5-0 will do that for you.

I Don’t Get It: Donald Trump says he will not necessarily go along with the will of the voters. No one should be surprised.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Bill Adolph, who is hanging it up after 28 years in Harrisburg.

Quote Box: “I must admit it feels a little strange up here.”

- Bill Adolph, taking to House floor to say farewell to his colleagues.