USA Today - Nov 25 2017

Clues Answers
"Bingo ___ Yale" (Porter song) ELI
"Bye-bye" SEEYA
"Yeah, sure" ASIF
"___ live and breathe!" ASI
Architect's offering DESIGN
Arroz con ___ (Spanish dish) POLLO
Assign to a role CAST
Attraction being phased out by SeaWorld ORCA
Barista's serving COFFEE
Box-office buy, slangily DUCAT
Burgundy grape PINOT
Capacious bag TOTE
Capital in which kroner are spent OSLO
Cheerleading group SQUAD
Colorful marbles AGATES
Crunchy sandwich, for short BLT
Darjeeling or pekoe TEA
Defective cherry bomb DUD
Ecstasy's antithesis AGONY
Enclosure with a trough STY
Fall hue OCHER
First name in honesty ABE
Flight board listings, informally SKEDS
Garden intruder WEED
GIF or JPEG IMAGE
Gives the cold shoulder to SHUNS
Go sky-high SOAR
Grammarian's concern USAGE
Guitars, to guitarists AXES
Heal, as bone MEND
Hits the roof RAGES
Improve, as wine AGE
Island also called Rapa Nui EASTER
Italian auto make that's an acronym FIAT
Item found in ruins RELIC
Kevin of "Dave" KLINE
Like a clogged dryer filter LINTY
Like skating on thin ice RISKY
Lines from emcees INTROS
Clues Answers
Lyric poet of Thebes PINDAR
Makes a gaffe ERRS
Meatloaf serving SLAB
Monopoly card DEED
NAFTA signatory USA
NCO part NON
Need an ice pack, perhaps ACHE
Numero ___ (first-rate) UNO
Offer comfort to SOLACE
One in a 10K RACER
Owning a large amount of land ACRED
Patrick in the Basketball Hall of Fame EWING
Places with hot springs SPAS
Plan parts STEPS
Poetic palindrome ERE
Political housecleaning PURGE
Postseason slot PLAYOFFBERTH
Prefix with center EPI
Propeller part BLADE
Put into a seat ELECT
Ran like mad TORE
Result of a successful blitz QUARTERBACKSACK
Roxie's husband in "Chicago" AMOS
Sans-serif typeface ARIAL
Shopaholic's binge SPREE
Showed contempt for SPATAT
Some history test answers DATES
Stephen F. Austin, notably TEXAN
The black pawns, e.g OCTET
Transaction at baseball's Winter Meetings TRADE
Twist the arm of URGE
Victim of curiosity, in a saying CAT
Victim of Pizarro INCA
Waiting room amenity MAGAZINERACK
Weather map figures HIGHS
West Coast state, informally CALI
Wiesel with a Nobel ELIE
Word after legal or foreign AID
Worst possible grade ZERO