Horned Frogs pop Utes' BCS bubble
SALT LAKE CITY - As a smattering of TCU fans chanted his name, quarterback Andy Dalton ran into the visitors locker room satisfied that the Horned Frogs had made a statement.
Pop Quiz: Is Your Dog Eating Properly?
A fast-growing, toy-chasing puppy has different nutritional needs than a slumber-loving, slow-trotting older dog. Feeding your three-month-old meals meant for its elders could mean puppy's not getting the right amount of calories or nutrition. When the problem is reversed, older dogs could consume too many calories, leading to paunchy pooches. According to the National Academies' National Research Council, an obesity epidemic now exists among dogs and cats, so we need to better match foods to the needs of our pets.
Pruitt: The skinny on hidden Internet dangers
Communication has changed since I was very young. It started with talking loudly about my day to my parents, then moved on to a diary, then whispered stories to my friends accompanied by the occasional carefully folded note passed in the hallways. For the past three years, I've gone through everything on the Web from Xenga to, most recently, a Facebook profile.
Internet TV, economy taking toll on cable services
NEW YORK - TV subscribers are ditching their cable companies at an ever faster rate in the past few months, and many of them aren't signing up with a satellite or phone competitor instead.