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Daily Dose of Random

The only thing worse than getting hit by your own car is getting hit your own car and then getting a ticket for it.

If you're feeling lucky this week, go buy a Powerball ticket. It's at an all-time high of $500 million.

Alligators, weed, and a pole dancer. Yup.

One St. Paul man who was napping on some railroad tracks refused to move for a train. That's called resolve, my friends.

Today in RRS History

2011- JUCO corner Kasseim Everett said he would be visiting Tech in December.

2009- Tech squeaked by Baylor, defeating the Bears 20-13 in Mike Leach's final game as head coach.

2007- JUCO Tech commit Brandon SeSay said he was ready to become a Red Raider.

University & Broadway

Forward Dejan Kravic is looking to add a physical flavor to his skill set. (Kosmider/Avalanche-Journal)

The Other Nine

Oklahoma State will have to keep an eye out for the ever explosive Lache Seastrunk this weekend. (Helsely/The Oklahoman)

K-State linebacker Arthur Brown hopes to learn lessons from his struggles in Waco. (Adame/Kansas City Star)

OU DC Mike Stoops says that safety Tony Jefferson needs to work on the little things before heading to the league. (Kersey/The Oklahoman)

It looks like the Longhorns are Cotton or Alamo Bowl bound at this point. (Bohls & Lyttle/American-Statesman)

West Virginia may match up well with run-heavy Kansas. (Casazza/Daily Mail)

Daily Notables

...American singer, songwriter, and composer Randy Newman turns 69 today. ...Actor Ed Harris is 62. ...Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut turns 28 today. ...In 1520, Ferdinand Magellan led three ships around the southern tip of Africa, becoming the first Europeans to sail from the Atlantic to Pacific Ocean. ...In 1895, the first American automobile race takes place. ...In 1912, Albania declared its independence from the Ottoman Empire. ...Beatrix Potter created the first of her legendary "Peter Rabbit" children's stories in 1902.

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