September 24, 2012
Today's daily dose of random is brought to you by the number 744, the letter W, and a pan of leftover brisket.
|Things I Can't Do With A Bike of the Day|
|Daily Dose of Random|
Well, here's an interesting take on the eternal battle to rid the neighbors of their dog.
The Florida postal service has had it with people t-boning their postal offices.
The most inconvenient time to take a nap? During a robbery.
If you don't like snakes which qualify for world records, don't click this link.
|Today in RRS History|
2011- The Red Raiders came back and won in the waning seconds against Nevada thanks to a Doege-to-Ward touchdown.
2009 - Tech commit and outside linebacker Fred Harvey was adjusting to his new role on defense. Harvey later signed with Memphis.
2005 - Tech defeated ISU 63-7 and senior tailback Taurean Henderson broke James Gray's all-time TD record.
|University & Broadway|
Tech soccer dominated New Mexico in a 5-0 win on Sunday. (Magelssen/Avalanche-Journal)
|The Other Nine|
The Longhorns are confident they can fix some of their early defensive issues. (Howe/Austin American-Statesman)
Bill Snyder, aka Old Man Football, took down Oklahoma in Norman on Saturday night.(Tramel/The Oklahoman)
Oklahoma State QB J.W. Walsh has always been a quick learner.(Helsely/The Oklahoman)
Kansas running back James Sims, fresh off of a three-game suspension, will play against Northern Illinois. (Dodd/Kansas City Star)
K-State's win over OU changes the Big 12 championship picture. (Kerkhoff/Kansas City Star).
Maryland had success blitzing West Virginia, frustrated Geno Smith. (Casazza/Charleston Daily Mail)
Football legend Mean Joe Greene turns 66 today. ... Ohio State great and Heisman winner Eddie George is 39 today. ... On this date in 1968, 60 Minutes made its television debut. ... Babe Ruth made his farewell appearance Yankees Stadium on this date in 1934. ... Mario of, Super Mario Bros. fame, appeared in the 1981 arcade game, Donkey Kong. His original name was Jumpman, but was changed to Mario to honor the Nintendo of America's landlord, Mario Segali.