10/11/2011 Evening Edition

OPINION:
STAPLES: Top 25 Teams By Recipe
LASSAN: Arizona Coaching Search – 15 Names To Watch
COUCH: What College Football Is Supposed To Be
FORDE: “Zook Is A Major Factor”
SCARBINSKY: Spurrier Shows Why Saban Was A Better Hire For Alabama
KING: Preseason Polls Often Off The Mark
HENDERSON: UCF Waiting So Big East Should Make The Call
MULHERN: Bielema’s Media Blitz Has Paid Off
LIGHT: ASU Has Pac-12 South Wrapped Up
TRAVIS: Big East Unlikely To Lose BCS Bid
MANDEL: Big East Likely To Lose BCS Bid
HARRIS: Arkansas Press Box Roundtable
HLAS: Rants Not Always Spurrier-Of-The-Moment
EUBANKS: Spurrier Created A Mess For South Carolina
VENTRE: Plenty Of Teams Left Out

NEWS:
Boise State, Temple Invites ‘Imminent’
Coalition Sues Butch Davis For His Phone Records
Dad Says Garcia Violated “Zero Tolerance Policy”, Doesn’t Have Alcohol Problem
Pelini Calls Stoops’ Firing ‘Ridiculous’
If Missouri Leaves Big 12 For SEC, It Won’t Happen Until 2013
Gamecocks’ Garcia Failed Required Alcohol Test
Boston College AD Apologizes For ESPN Comment
Chizik: Trotter Auburn’s Starter For Florida Game
Ohio State QB Miller Expected To Play vs. Illinois
Big Ten Becoming League of Haves, Have Nots At QB
Bob Stoops: I’d Hire My Brother At Oklahoma
UCF Coach says Knights Should Get Big East Offer Soon
Red Raiders Lose Leading Rusher
Under Armour CEO: Auburn Never Changing Traditional Look

BLOGS:
Sooners Look Loaded For 2012
Spurrier Kills Ron Morris, Boots Garcia, Kicks Dog
Who’s Next For The Arizona Wildcats?
Ole Miss v. Alabama Game Still Not Sold Out
Stanford Questions Worth Asking
5 Favorites To Knock SEC From Its Perch
Wisconsin Keeps Defenses On Heels With Balance
Oregon Has Dynamic Duo In The Thomases
LSU & Alabama Bond Over A Good Cause, World’s Largest Pot Of Gumbo
ASU: The Tides Are Changing In Tempe
Garcia & Spurrier: One Career Ends, One Career Rolls On

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