Tue Nov 06 10:20am EST
|Daily Dose of Random|
Don't feel like voting for Romney or Obama? Here's five other outstanding, or not, citizens that want your support
Replacing bar codes on TVs with $2 price tags, while chuckle worthy, will not fool anyone over the age of 7.
Budweiser doesn't seem to happy about their product being plastered all over the movie Flight, where Denzel Washington is apparently a raging alcoholic.
The long awaited Halo 4 video game was released at midnight, and Microsoft employees are about to fatten their wallets.
|Today in RRS History|
2010- Tech upset the 14th ranked Missouri Tigers 24-17 in the first Wounded Warrior game at the Jones.
2008 - Denton Ryan QB Scotty Young said that the Red Raiders were out in front.
2004- Tech beat the Baylor Bears to become bowl eligible for the 12th straight season.
|University & Broadway|
Tech's women's soccer team received their first NCAA tournament bid in school history. (Wilen/Daily Toreador)
Head coach Tommy Tuberville explains just how the offense, and play-calling, work with Neal Brown. (Williams/Avalanche-Journal).
|The Other Nine|
Despite a likely concussion, OSU does expect QB Wes Lunt to practice this week. (Helsley/The Oklahoman)
Mack Brown is displeased with the sportsmanship of the "Horns Down" hand sign, and he's right according to Kirk Bohls. (Bohls/American-Statesman)
Javon Harris is certainly ready to play Baylor this weekend. (Kersey/The Oklahoman)
K-State head coach Bill Snyder was rather mum on the situation with Collin Klein's injury. (Kerkhoff/Kansas City Star)
...Actress Sally Field turns 66 today. ...Actor Ethan Hawke is 42. ...Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche is 33 today. ...Clippers Forward Lamar Odom turns 33 today as well. ...In 1861, Jefferson Davis was elected the president of the Confederate States of America. ...In 1935, the Parker brothers acquired the rights to the board game Monopoly. ...In 1947, the television show Meet the Press made its first debut. ...Henry Ford produced the model T only in black because the black paint available at the time was the fastest to dry.