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Wade purchased gun at ASU, detective says

The gun former ASU tailback Loren Wade allegedly used in a March shooting was purchased in an ASU residence hall for $100, a grand jury transcript released this summer reveals.

Scottsdale detective Todd Larson testified before the grand jury on April 5 that Wade "advised me that he bought the gun his freshman year, which would have been about 2002, in the dorms at ASU."

Hearing set for Friday

Five months before a former ASU football player charged with murder goes to trial, the defense and prosecution are sparring over evidence.

Former ASU tailback Loren Wade's defense will argue in court Friday that the case should be sent back to a grand jury because the state mischaracterized or withheld evidence when a grand jury considered the case in April.

MP3s blamed for declining CD sales

ASU nursing freshman Maghan Goodsell has packed her blue iPod Mini with more than 300 songs, most of them downloaded, since she bought it in May.

"I like to download because you don't have to worry about [radio] commercials, and it's a lot more convenient than [compact discs]," Goodsell said.
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Hagan's got a hold on Tempe


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Senior Wide Receiver Derek Hagan, No. 80, catches a pass during practice at the Kajikawa practice field Tuesday.
Barring an unforeseen circumstance, ASU football senior wide receiver Derek Hagan will become the career leader in multiple receiving records this season.

He needs just eight receptions, 265 yards and six touchdowns to set records in each category. On the way, Hagan will pass such illustrious names as John Jefferson and Keith Poole.
FOOTBALL

Football: Koetter douses Devils after scrimmage

The No. 20 ASU football team is just a week away from its season opener against Temple, and coach Dirk Koetter isn't happy with what he sees.

"It's a good thing we were playing ourselves and not Temple tonight," said Koetter after the team's scrimmage in Sun Devil Stadium Wednesday night. "If we were playing Temple we'd be 0-1 right now."
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Action Hero


ON THE COVER
Grasping a straw basket of fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies, Little Red Riding Hood sets off into the forest to visit her grandmother. But this isn't your parents Red Riding Hood.

Dressed in a long, red leather cape and black, thigh-high boots, the masked woman smirks as she takes on the Big Bad Wolf. When he makes a pass at this savory Red Riding Hood she attacks from behind and sends him back into the woods, tail between his legs. This more "grown up" Riding Hood is just one of the many action figure creations spawned by Valley comic book artist Todd McFarlane.
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Fast Facts: About Todd McFarlane

McFarlane is a huge fan of Major League Baseball and his sports memorabilia collection shows it. He purchased Mark McGwire's 70th home run baseball for $3 million and Barry Bonds 73rd home run baseball for $450,000.

Being from Canada, McFarlane's love for hockey flows through his veins and his checkbook. He holds a minority ownership of the Edmonton Oilers National Hockey Leauge team and designed the clubs third jersey, the best-selling third jersey in NHL history.
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