Texas' Colt McCoy (12) is lifted by teammate Trent Perkins (71) as he celebrates with Jordan Shipley (8). Texas held off Oklahoma State, 28-24, on Saturday in Austin, Texas.
Oklahoma's Brian Jackson (2) breaks up a pass intended for K-State's Deon Murphy. Oklahoma defeated K-State, 58-35, on Saturday in Manhattan.
Philadelphia's Jamie Moyer delivers against Tampa Bay. The Phillies played the Rays in Game 3 of the World Series on Saturday night in Philadelphia. The start of the game was delayed 91 minutes by rain. Philadelphia eventually won, 5-4.
Lynne Kovach, left, of Chevy Chase, Md., looks at information about wind turbines with her son Charles Kovach, of Tampa, Fla., at the "Green Community" exhibit on its opening day Thursday at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. The exhibit will run for a full year through October 2009.
Little, a Chihuahua, owned by Liz Newton, of Salem, Mass., waits during the second annual "howl-oween," a dog costume contest, Saturday at Faneuil Hall in Boston. Little won best of show.
From left, Patrick Cary, 6; Megan Peterson, 10; Bridget, 12, and Joseph Cary, 10; Thomas, 12, Matthew, 9, and John Peterson, 9, visit the Garden of Eden in Lucas. They are the children of Dan and Susan Cary and Kent and Patricia Peterson, all of Lawrence. Patricia Peterson submitted the picture.
Sportsmen compete during the 2008 Wheelchair Dance Sport World Championships on Saturday in Minsk, Belarus. One hundred and thirty five athletes from 17 countries take part in this event, which is held every two years.
Stock prices are shown Friday at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square, in New York. The stark message has grown louder and clearer this month as more investors fled the disintegrating stock market and corporate earnings reports delivered a procession of disheartening results, bleak forecasts and mass layoffs likely to exacerbate the economic misery.
Halloween candy containers were made in abundance in Germany during the 1920s and '30s. They came in every kind of scary shape and were sold across the United States. This frightening black cat, whose head comes off so his body can store candy, sold for $403 last spring at Morphy Auctions in Denver, Pa.
Composer John Adams has turned his attention away from his Pulitzer Prize-winning music compositions to pen a memoir, "Hallelujah Junction."
From left, Bonnie Wells, Joanne Renfro, Marsha Buhler and Linda Lungstrum are shown on their first annual hiking trip. They hiked the Grand Canyon in a single day.