Indiana's Nate Sudfeld (7) looks to pass against Wake Forest during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Winston-Salem, N.C., Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Indiana Off to Best Start Since 1990

Indiana quarterback Nate Sudfeld is happy that the Hoosiers are now 4-0, and on their longest winning streak in in 28 years.

Purdue place kicker Paul Griggs reacts after missing a 32 yard field goal with less than three minutes remaining against Bowling Green in an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015, in West Lafayette, Ind. (John Terhune /Journal & Courier via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT; NO SALES; LOCAL TV OUT; LOCAL RADIO OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT

Late Touchdown Pushes Bowling Green past Purdue

First-time starter David Blough was masterful at avoiding the negative plays, going 12 of 20 on third and fourth downs. He also had a higher passer rating than Johnson after finishing 20 of 39 with 340 yards and two TD passes and one touchdown run. His only interception came with 3 seconds left in the game.

Notre Dame 's Will Fuller (7) heads to the end zone scoring past Massachusetts's Randall Jette (4) on a pass from DeShone Kizer during the first half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015, in South Bend, Ind. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

No. 6. Notre Dame powers past UMass

Down two touchdowns early, Massachusetts rallied against sixth-ranked Notre Dame and closed within a point late in the first half. Then the Minutemen ran out of rallies, falling 62-27 on Saturday.

Photo form the 2015 For4Fitness race on Saturday Sept. 26, 2015.

Photos: Fort4Fitness race day

Thousands lined up for the 4-mile, 10K and half-marathon in downtown Fort Wayne Saturday for the 2015 Fort4Fitness.

In this photo provided by World Meeting of Families, Pope Francis kisses and blesses Michael Keating, 10, of Elverson, Pa after arriving in Philadelphia and exiting his car when he saw the boy, Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015, at Philadelphia International Airport. Keating has cerebral palsy and is the son of Chuck Keating, director of the Bishop Shanahan High School band that performed at Pope Francis' airport arrival. (Joseph Gidjunis/World Meeting of Families via AP)

At Philadelphia airport, pope kisses head of disabled boy

Francis apparently spied Michael Keating as he was being driven away from the plane. Ordering the Fiat to stop, Francis got out and walked over to the boy, put his hand on his head and kissed him as his sobbing mother looked on.

This Sept. 13, 2015 image provided by NASA shows the moon, left, and the Earth, top, transiting the sun together, seen from the Solar Dynamics Observatory. The edge of Earth appears fuzzy because the atmosphere blocks different amounts of light at different altitudes. This image was taken in extreme ultraviolet wavelengths, invisible to human eyes, but here colorized in gold. A total lunar eclipse will share the stage with a so-called supermoon.  (NASA/SDO via AP)

‘Blood Moon’ seen as sign of end times by some Mormons

It’s unclear how many Latter-day Saints buy the theory, but Mormon leaders were worried enough that they took the rare step this week of issuing a public statement cautioning the faithful not to get carried away with visions of the apocalypse.

In this Wednesday, July 29, 2015 photo, Des Moines Water Works employees walk past water bubbling through a hole in a street following a water main break in Des Moines, Iowa. After decades of keeping water rates low and deferring maintenance, scores of drinking water systems built around the time of World War II and earlier are in need of replacement. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Drinking water systems imperiled by failing infrastructure

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency projects that it will cost $384 billion over 20 years to maintain the nation’s existing drinking water systems, which will require tens of thousands of miles of replacement pipe and thousands of new or renovated plants.