Football fans go all out when it comes to supporting their teams. A fan of the Denver Broncos poses during tailgate festivities before the game against the Oakland Raiders at Invesco Field in Denver, Colo., on Oct. 24. Newscom
Dallas Cowboys fans watch their team lose 41-35 to the New York Giants during the second half of an NFL football game in Arlington, Texas, on Oct. 25. LM Otero/AP
Stanford fans display their loyalty during the game as the Stanford Cardinal defeated the Wake Forest Demon Deacons in a NCAA regular season football game by a score of 68-24 at Stanford Stadium, Stanford, California, on Sept. 18. Newscom
A Cleveland Browns fan sports a jack-o-lantern during a 2009 Browns game against the Green Bay Packers in Cleveland, Ohio. Newscom
Ohio State fans cheer during warm-ups before Ohio State played Purdue in an NCAA college football game in Columbus, Ohio, on Oct. 23. Tony Dejak/AP
Rutgers fans hold up a sign in the stands for injured Rutgers player Eric LeGrande during an NCAA college football game against Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pa. on Oct. 23. All were wishing well to Mr. LeGrande, who was injured in a game against Army the previous week. Keith Srakocic/AP
A fan of the New England Patriots signals number one during a 23-20 victory over the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA, on Oct. 24. John Pyle/Cal Sport Media/Newscom
A Notre Dame fan dresses up as an alien Fighting Irish during a game in which the Michigan Wolverines defeated Notre Dame 28-24 at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Ind., on Sept. 11. Newscom
Saudi Arabia began airstrikes Wednesday against Houthi rebels in Yemen. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain said they would answer a request from Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi 'to protect Yemen.'
ByKen Dilanian, AP Intelligence Writer
Saudi Arabia began airstrikes Wednesday against Houthi rebel positions in Yemen, vowing that the Sunni kingdom will do "anything necessary" to protect its neighbor from Iran-backed Shiite rebels.