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Sun Devils get revenge, crush Iowa 44-7


Adam Flath
Adam Flath/The State Press

ASU fans rush the field and climb the goal post in celebration of the Sun Devilsí 44-7 victory over Iowa Saturday night.
Throughout the last week, ASU head coach Dirk Koetter asked his team to imagine what the celebration would be like after a win over No. 16 Iowa and to visualize fans storming the field and attempting to tear down the goal posts.

On Saturday, Koetter's notions made him look like a prophet. Only this wasn't a daydream; it was reality and the time was nearly midnight.

Promotion pushes online ordering

Free food.

Two words that are bound to attract poor, starving college students everywhere.

As part of a promotion to kick off a new online food delivery service, the Web site campusfood.com is giving away free food items from four participating local restaurants, but only until Sept. 26.
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SPORTS

Miller delivers in rout of Iowa


Adam Flath
Adam Flath/The State Press

Iowa linebacker Chad Greenway dives after ASUís tight end Zach Miller on Saturday. ASU beat Iowa 44-7.
High expectations come with being one of the most highly recruited players in the country. Freshman tight end Zach Miller might have surpassed those expectations Saturday night.

In just his third collegiate game, Miller, a graduate of Desert Vista High School in Tempe, had 10 receptions for 85 yards and two touchdowns in the Sun Devil's 44-7 victory over Iowa.
FOOTBALL

Iowa's poor performance leaves questions

Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz didn't see it coming either.

Then again, can you blame him?

Befuddled by his team's ineptitude in a 44-7 loss Saturday against ASU, Ferentz was short on words, unlike his demoralized players, who had plenty to say about the blowout.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Hooking it


Andrew Benson
A woman working on Apache at night. (PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY ANDREW BENSON/STATE PRESS MAGAZINE)
Tempe police officer Adrianne Schmidlin flips open a navy blue binder in her patrol car, revealing several pages of Polaroid pictures. She points to one of the pages of plastic-covered photos. These are the women she'll be keeping an eye out for tonight while she cruises Apache Boulevard.
VIDEO GAMES

Video Game: Shedding some light on Doom 3

Turn out the lights and turn up the volume: it's time for "Doom 3". The gates of hell have opened, and you're not the only one with a gun.

The first thing you'll notice about "Doom" is the sight and the sound--both spectacular. It definitely warrants surround sound and a nice big monitor, but neither is essential to enjoy it. The look is real enough to suck you in and quickly suspend your disbelief. The faces are disturbingly life-like, but just keep telling your self "they were all bad."
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Haute

New York City. Super models. Serena Williams. It doesn't get any cooler than this. Olympus Fashion Week, which began Sept. 8 and ended Wednesday, is inarguably one of the most thrilling events in New York. Each year, it features the hottest designers from Vera Wang to Ralph Lauren and attracts celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Serena Williams.
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