November 08, 2012
|Waiting For Disaster of the Day|
|Daily Dose of Random|
This Red Square honorary 1941 Russian march looks eerily real.
A 9 year old spent $4000 of his parents hidden savings on candy. A severe spanking will take place after his sugar coma ends in a few days.
The apex of office rage has been reached by a disbarred attorney in Dallas.
The state of Florida is a TT&TO goldmine. Today, a man tries to shoot the horse that bucked him.
|Today in RRS History|
2011- JUCO point guard Jamal Williams decided to sign with the Red Raiders after having a great visit.
2010 - Tight end Jace Amaro first appeared in the Rivals100 at number 48.
2008 - The Red Raiders shredded OSU in a 56-20 blowout in Lubbock.
|University & Broadway|
Kansas is going for win number two against the Red Raiders this weekend. (Dupont/Daily Toreador).
|The Other Nine|
Dana Holgerson's brief stop in Stillwater may have pushed the Cowboys over the top. (Mizell/The Oklahoman)
Darrell Royal leaves a legacy of greatness behind. (Bohls/American-Statesman)
Brennan Clay has put in the work, and now it's paying off. (Kuzydym/The Oklahoman)
Arthur Brown's career, and life, has been about faith and family (Robinett/Kansas City Star)
Oklahoma State is keeping quiet about Wes Lunt's status for the weekend. (Casazza/Daily Mail)
...Legendary Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden is 83 today. Dadgum. ...Actress Tara Reid turns 37 today. ...Former OU and current St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford is 25. ...In 1889, Montana was admitted to the United States as the 41st state. ...In 1895, while experimenting with electricity, Willhelm Rontgen discovered the x-ray. ...In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed an antitrust exemption that allowed the National Football League and American Football League to merge. ...When snakes are born with two heads, they fight each other for food.