November 07, 2012
|Good Grip of the Day|
|Daily Dose of Random|
Someone cut a log and found a pattern resembling the Virgin Mary. One time, I found a pancake that resembled a pancake.
Is the end of barbecue as we know it on the horizon? I may cry if it is.
Of all the things you could steal and sell for drug money, this man chose live lobsters.
If you gave someone bad directions, don't worry. Blame it on your brain.
|Today in RRS History|
2010- Lakeview Centennial linebacker Sam Eguavoen committed to Tech, hoping to earn early playing time.
2006 - Nevada defensive end Billy Winn said that he and his dad had a great visit to the South Plains.
2005 - Abilene wide receiver commit Lyle Leong was excited to get to Lubbock.
|University & Broadway|
Tech will likely face the two best running backs in the Big 12 in the coming weeks. (Williams/Avalanche-Journal)
The Red Raider basketball team is ready to get things started on Friday night. (Ketterer/Daily Toreador).
|The Other Nine|
OSU has got Clint Chelf's back. (Helsley/The Oklahoman)
It all starts in the trenches for the Longhorns. (Golden/American-Statesman)
Bob Stoops is tied with Bud Wilkinson for career wins at Oklahoma. (Tramel/The Oklahoman)
Kansas can use Tommy Tuberville's success at Tech as a reason for hope. (Dodd/Kansas City Star)
ISU linebacker Jeremiah George isn't satisfied with his huge 17 tackle game. (La Gesse/Ames Tribune)
...Kiss guitarist Tommy Thayer is 52 today. ...Bills wide receiver David Nelso turns 26. ...In 1916, Jeanette Rankin became the first woman elected to the United States Congress. ...In 1929, the Museum of Modern Art opened to the public in New York City. ...In 2000, Hilary Clinton was elected to the United State senate, becoming the first former First Lady to do so. ... In 2002, Iran banned any advertising of American products. ...The human heart creates enough pressure to squirt blood 30 feet (9 m).