Inside: The Week In Sports

October 19, 2008

College Football
A balanced attack is behind Ball State's surprising surge into the Top 25 • The next coach that Clemson should hire

Fantasy Football
Enjoy—but don't touch—the Dolphins' unpredictable offense • Holding on to Willis McGahee? It's time to let him go

The NFL
Appreciate Reggie Bush for what he is: a consistent scoring threat • Dr. Z: Bills-Chargers game hinges on Edwards

The NHL
Is Patrick Marleau the right man to captain the Sharks? • The Rangers' Brandon Dubinsky is on the fast track

NASCAR
While other drivers feuded, a level-headed Jeff Burton moved into Cup contention • David Ragan: lucky No. 13?

JUMP BALL
Strong safety Alex Knipp (38) tied up Western Kentucky's Jake Gaebler and broke up the pass during Ball State's 24--7 victory last Saturday in Bowling Green, Ky. The Cardinals improved to 7--0 and moved up one spot, to No. 24, in the AP poll.

PHOTOPhotograph by David Bergman

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