October 25, 2012
|Moustache Advice of the Day|
|Daily Dose of Random|
Old man powers prevail yet again when a thief clumsily drops his ID.
Saving for retirement might actually be a bad idea.
Rest easy Floridians: The Mystery Monkey of Tampa Bay has finally been caught.
Man sues, divorces wife for being ugly. Oh, and he wins.
|Today in RRS History|
2010- Despite being committed to Pitt, Pennsylvania defensive end Desimon Green was considering visiting Tech.
2008 - Tech defeated Kansas State 63-21 in Manhattan after a somewhat slow start.
2007 - Tech commit and Frenship QB Seth Doege took his official during the Tech-A&M game and loved it.
|University & Broadway|
Red Raider basketball players are learning a new way to play. (Ketterer/Daily Toreador)
Special teams, the kicking game could be a huge factor on Saturday. (Williams/Avalanche-Journal).
|The Other Nine|
Clint Chelf may start for Oklahoma State this weekend. (Mizell/The Oklahoman)
Receiver Mike Davis is slowly becoming David Ash's favorite target. (Rosner/American-Statesman)
In a strange turn of events, Knute Rockne's great grandson is a Sooner. (Tramel/The Oklahoman)
K-State knows that Tech will be no pushover this weekend. (Robinett/Kansas City Star)
There seems to be no simple way to fix West Virginia's problems. (Casazza/Daily Mail)
...Former Indiana and Texas Tech head basketball coach Bob Knight turns 72 today. ...ESPN NBA writer J.A. Adande is 42. ...In 1962, Uganda joins the United Nations. ...Also in 1962, Nelson Mandela is sentenced to five years in prison. ...In 1986, Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner missed the most infamous ground ball in Word Series history, is blamed for losing the World Series by fans. ...The first drive-in service station in the United States was opened by Gulf Oil Company - on December 1, 1913, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.