October 22, 2012
Today's daily dose of random is brought to you by the number 56, the letter A, and a batch of hush puppies.
|Redneck Pumpkin Carving of the Day|
|Daily Dose of Random|
Even if you are a nerd, I think we can all agree that a Klingon wedding is a little much.
Momma said knock you out, and Grandmomma will knock you out herself.
If I stole a car that ended up being full of dangerous reptiles, I'd probably take it as a sign to stop.
Samurai swords, canes, and a taser make for one big misunderstanding in the UK.
|Today in RRS History|
2011- Tech pulled off what is likely the greatest upset in school history, defeating top ranked OU in Norman in a wild 41-38 contest.
2007- 4 star running back and Tech commit Harrison Jeffers was ready to get to Lubbock after visiting for the A&M game.
|University & Broadway|
Tech may be bowl eligible, but they aren't satisfied yet. (Kosmider/Avalanche-Journal)
Tech soccer beat Kansas and tied TCU over the weekend. (DuPont/Daily Toreador)
|The Other Nine|
OSU quarterback J.W. Walsh will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. (Helsley/The Oklahoman)
After a week of tough practices and a victory, Texas is feeling a little better. (Rosner/American-Statesman)
Many veteran Sooner fans still hold a grudge against the Irish. (Tramel/The Oklahoman)
K-State's big win over West Virginia catapulted them to number 3 in the BCS rankings on Sunday. . (Robinett/Kansas City Star)
Kansas was crushed 52-7 by OU over the weekend. (Dodd/Kansas City Star)
Red zone woes and late mistakes cost TCU a victory against Tech. (Stevenson/Star-Telegram)
...Actor Jeff Goldblum turns 60 today. ...Diverse director Spike Jonze is 43 years old. ...Japanese baseball player Ichiro Suzuki turns 39 today. ...In 1939, the first ever televised NFL game was aired between the Eagles and Dodgers. ...In 1975, the Soviet unmanned spacecraft Venera 9 lands on Venus. ...In 1984, legendary Raiders QB Kenny Stabler retired. ...Police dogs are trained to react to commands in a foreign language; commonly German but more recently Hungarian.