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ASU beats California 31-20 to remain undefeated

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS
ROCK STAR: Junior running back Keegan Herring is carried by Sun Devil fans who ran on to Frank Kush Field in celebration of ASU’s Homecoming win against California Saturday.

If the ASU football team needed a signature win to prove it belongs among the nation's elite, it got exactly what it needed Saturday night with a 31-20 victory over visiting California.

Slideshow: ASU vs. Cal

Homecoming offers floats, food and music

Thousands of ASU students, alumni and community members lined University Drive Saturday, looking to have a devil of a good time during the Homecoming parade and block party.

Slideshow: Homecoming

Police Beat
A 19-year-old Chandler woman was arrested Oct. 22 during a traffic stop investigation in Tempe on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Kids learn disabilities don't have to hold athletes back
Players on the Sun Devil football team weren't the only athletes on campus Saturday, as Paralympic athletes inspired about 150 kids at the 10th Annual Disabled Sports Expo.

ASU falls to Cal, ties No. 5 Stanford

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

The ASU women's soccer team finished its home schedule this past weekend when it lost to No. 18 California 3-1 on Friday and tied No. 5 Stanford 0-0 in double overtime on Sunday.

Cal still trying to wake from nightmare

California football players won't have to wait for their philosophy classes Monday morning to realize what has transpired did in fact transpire.

First half miscues prove to be futile
Once again the No. 6 ASU football team (8-0, 5-0 Pac-10) found itself in a first-half hole, only to take over after halftime and earn the victory.

Priceless Sports Commentary: Save that stub
For the 71,706 people that were in Sun Devil Stadium to see the sixth-ranked ASU football team's convincing 31-20 victory over the California Golden Bears — I strongly suggest holding on to your ticket stub.

ASU keeps tournament hopes alive with upset win
The ASU volleyball team pulled off a much-needed upset Friday night on the road in Oregon.

Opinions: FEMA does it again

Ahh FEMA. The Federal Extremely Moronic Agency struck again this weekend, but in an entirely different way than its post-Hurricane Katrina fiasco.

After Katrina, just in case everyone forgot, FEMA screwed up the recovery and rescue efforts in just about every way possible: preventing the Red Cross from delivering food, simply ignoring signs prior to landfall that the hurricane was going to tear New Orleans up, and dozens of other failures that have been carefully documented in the two years since the disaster.

Opinions: Our school system is getting schooled

BERKLEY: Ladies and gentlemen, I am a product of the Arizona public school system and I would like to proudly announce that I am able to tie my shoes in the morning.

Granted, it takes me an hour or two … but after that, I'm strongly knotted and ready to go.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

Voice: My 117 heroes


Imagine: you wake up in a hospital bed. You don't know where you are, what day it is or what happened to you, and you cannot move or talk. Sounds like a movie-of-the-week. Two years ago, that was me.

Local Limelight: Return to Format

Sam Means, The Format songwriter, guitarist and keyboardist, says his love for music began with a gift from his father. "My dad got me this easy Beatles guitar book," he says. "That's pretty much how I learned how to play, going through it every single night."

Sex: Watch your mouth!
While using protection during all forms of sex may seem obvious, many people don't think "safe sex" applies to oral.

Out: House of Fire
Something new is smoking near Tempe campus, bringing barbecue to college students in a laid-back environment. Urban Campfire's sign is neither eye-catching, nor inspiring. It's easy to drive by without noticing that recently, this small, unassuming building became home to an affordable smokehouse restaurant.

On the cover: Causes go commercial
In the '60s and '70s, millions of college students took to the streets to protest the Vietnam War, race discrimination and gender inequality. Today, to support a cause, many students just buy a T-shirt or join a group on

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