Kenny McLean's late penalty earns St Mirren an unlikely point at Pittodrie as Aberdeen are left to rue missed chances.
Sheffield Wednesday's Stevie May and Sporting Lisbon's Ryan Gauld are called up for Scotland's Euro 2016 double-header.
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte is banned from being a company director for the maximum period of 15 years.
Rob Maclean describes the action at Ibrox as Hibernian hit form on their travels and lift themselves from second bottom to fifth in the Scottish Championship with an assured win over Rangers.
World, European and Commonwealth Games medallist Eilidh Child launches the search for the BBC Get Inspired Unsung Hero as part of Sports Personality of the Year.
Tommy Wright is keen to make former Motherwell forward James McFadden a St Johnstone player within 24 hours.
St Mirren manager Tommy Craig hopes his side's 2-2 draw at Aberdeen will prove a turning point in their season.
Derek McInnes views Aberdeen's 2-2 draw with St Mirren as two points dropped as the visitors pull back two goals.
Aberdeen surrender a two-goal lead over St Mirren at Pittodrie and miss the chance to go fourth in the Premiership.
Rangers repay the short-term loans they took out earlier in the year from shareholders George Letham and Sandy Easdale.
Former Kilmarnock defender James Fowler is named manager of Queen of the South following his time in caretaker charge.
BBC Scotland will broadcast live television coverage of the Scottish League Cup quarter-final between Rangers and St Johnstone.
Hibernian beat Rangers 3-1 at Ibrox to register their first away win in the Scottish Championship this season.
Former Queen of the South, Morton and Gretna player Ryan McGuffie admits punching another man outside a Dumfries pub in October last year.
Derek Adams reveals his father told him he was being sacked as Ross County boss and says the club were disloyal.
Oscar Garcia steps down as Watford boss 27 days into his tenure following ill health and is replaced by Billy McKinlay.
Police investigate an allegation that Celtic's Virgil van Dijk's was racially abused by a fan during the win over St Mirren.
Celtic winger Aleksandar Tonev's hearing over an allegation of racial abuse is postponed until 30 October.
Queen of the South will reveal on Tuesday whether caretaker James Fowler will become their new manager.
Everton winger Aiden McGeady says the Merseyside derby does not have the same level of hatred seen in Old Firm games.
Hibernian leave Ibrox Stadium with three points after surprising Rangers in the Scottish Championship.
Celtic's John Guidetti is frustrated to miss Thursday's game with Dinamo Zagreb but backs his team-mates to do well.
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Hibs' 3-1 win at Ibrox leaves Rangers boss Ally McCoist with questions to answer, writes BBC Scotland's Richard Wilson.
Derek Adams defends his time in charge at Ross County after being sacked in August.
Sandy Easdale's power of veto over inward investment proposals irks the Union of Fans, writes Richard Wilson.
American John Nelms is aware of the previous financial crises at Dens Park and will not take risks with the club, says Richard Wilson.
Defeat over Inverness shows that Rangers can compete with top-flight teams but are still a work in progress
Scotland's women have had their best World Cup qualifying campaign to date, but a daunting task is still in their way.
With St Mirren yet to pick up a league point this season, their grim form is familiar to that of last term, writes Richard Wilson.
Veteran football pundit Chick Young embarks on one last qualification campaign with the Scotland national football team.
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