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Daily Dose of Random

Lobsters, as it turns out, are cannibals.

You probably could have found a more inconspicuous place to sleep than in a bush outside a McDonald's.

The world's hottest burger may lie in the UK. In fact, you have to wear gloves to even eat it. Gloves.

When the world ends here in a couple of weeks, you apparently will be spared if you find yourself in this small, rural town in France.

Today in RRS History

2010- Red Raider coaches and football players talked about playing in the TicketCity Bowl on New Year's Day.

2007- Tech junior QB Graham Harrell was ready to play in the Gator Bowl.

2005 - Cornerback commit De'Shon Sanders said that if DBs coach Brian Mitchel left, then he might also leave.

University & Broadway

Tech's point guards seemed to show some progress against Northern Kentucky on Tuesday. (Kosmider/Avalanche-Journal)

The Other Nine

OSU head coach Mike Gundy's strained relationship with AD Mike Holder has caused the coach to look for other jobs. (Tramel/The Oklahoman)

Texas seemed lost against Georgetown in the Jimmy V Classic on Tuesday night. (Rosner/American-Statesman)

K-State coach Billy Snyder was voted AP Big 12 coach of the year. (Skretta/Kansas City Star)

The names on the Jerseys may have changed, but Bob Huggins is still in charge. (Redd/Daily Mail)

OU may be without wide receiver Jalen Saunders against A&M after his arrest. (Kersey/The Oklahoman)

Daily Notables

...Heisman trophy winner and former NFL QB Jim Plunkett turns 65 today. ...Hall of fame receiver Art Monk is 55. ...Former Dallas Maverick Eddy Curry turns 30 today. ...Malcolm in the Middle child star Frankie Muniz is 27. ...In 1492, Christopher Columbus became the first European to set foot on Hispaniola, or Haiti as it's known today. ...In 1847, Jefferson Davis is elected to the U.S. Senate, his first political post. ...In 1932, German physicist Albert Einstein was granted  an American visa. ...The fist product to have a bar code was Wrigley's gum.

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