October 29, 2012
|Losing Your Head of the Day|
|Daily Dose of Random|
If the military is training for a zombie apocalypse, then I think it's basically guaranteed game over for the rest of us.
Staying and drinking a beer after a burglary well done? I don't think the homeowner will share in your enthusiasm.
After being released by the Third Reich, Nazi raccoons have been pestering Germans for years.
Gizmodo has a sweet Hurricane Sandy tracker up on their site. She's a big ole gal.
|Today in RRS History|
2011- After defeating Oklahoma in Norman, Tech got shellacked by Iowa State in Lubbock, 41-7.
2009 - Dallas Pinkston running back and Tech commit Aaron Spike reaffirmed his commitment to the Red Raiders.
2005 - Tech defeated Baylor 28-0 in order to become bowl eligible.
|University & Broadway|
Tech women's soccer defeated Oklahoma State over the weekend to finish the season 14-4-1, a new school record. (Wilen/Daily Toreador)
The Big 12 is setting up for a wild finish this fall. (Kosmider/Avalanche-Journal).
|The Other Nine|
OSU will face its toughest game of the year against K-State this weekend. (Mizell/The Oklahoman)
Marquise Goodwin's 41 yards sweep scamper might be the only reason UT came of of Lawrence with a win. (Rosner/American-Statesman)
Notre Dame limited possessions for Oklahoma in Saturday night's win. (Kersey/The Oklahoman)
Kansas just couldn't quite hold off Texas long enough to pull off the upset on Saturday. (Dodd/Kansas City Star)
K-State has now positioned itself for a national title run, moving up to 2nd in the BCS polls. (Robinett/Kansas City Star)
West Virginia will have to find a way to get the ball down field if they want to get back to their winning ways. (Casazza/Daily Mail)
...Noted happy tree painter Bob Ross would've turned 70 today. ...American actress Gabrielle Union is 40. ...Former troubled Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett turns 29 today. ...In 1923, Turkey became an independent nation following the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire. ...In 1929, the New York Stock Exchange crashed, called Black Tuesday, and the Great Depression began ...The Neanderthal's brain was bigger than yours is.