December 04, 2012
|Claw Crane Prize of the Day|
|Daily Dose of Random|
If you weren't prepared to lose what little privacy you had left in this day and age, Vizio is planning to rip it out of you.
Like having touch screen phones and tablets. Ok, well how about eye control?
Ukraine's government employees decided they had enough, so they all resigned. No, really. A group called "the Family" will now be in control. Sounds promising, right?
When you rob a bank, the last thing you should probably do is make a Youtube video about, you know, robbing a bank.
|Today in RRS History|
2009- Tech won an overtime thriller 99-92 in Lubbock against Washington, helping the Red Raiders off to an 8-0 start.
2007- DL recruit Lavunce Askew came away impressed after an in-home with the Tech coaching staff.
2005 - Louisiana linebacker Brian Duncan committed to the Red Raiders and couldn't be happier.
|University & Broadway|
The Red Raiders will try and get back to winning against Northern Kentucky tonight. (Dupont/Daily Toreador)
Tech safety Cody Davis is one of 15 finalists for the scholar athlete award called the William V. Campbell trophy. (Williams/Avalanche-Journal)
|The Other Nine|
Reports indicate that Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy has interviewed with both Tennessee and Arkansas. (Mizell/The Oklahoman)
Collin Klein is your 2012 Johnny Unitas award winner, Heisman finalist. (Robinett/Kansas City Star)
After recording a triple-double, KU center Jeff Withey has been named Big 12 player of the week. (Dodd/Kansas City Star)
West Virginia fans are gearing up and making travel plans for the Pinstripe Bowl. (Hunt/Daily Mail)
Iowa State officials made sure they were in the clear by securing a Liberty Bowl spot on Sunday. (La Gesse/Ames Tribune)
...Actor Jeff Bridges turns 63 today. ...Actress Marissa Tomei is 48. ...Rap mogul Jay-Z turns 43 today. ...Cleveland Browns left tackle and former Wisconsin all-American Joe Thomas is 28. ...In 1259, King Louis IX of France and Henry III of England agreed to the Treaty of Paris. ...In 1791, the Observer, the world's first Sunday newspaper, was published. ...In 1881, the first edition of the Los Angeles Times is published. ...In 1954, the first Burger King is opened in Miami, Florida. ...The Australian $5 to $100 notes are made of plastic.