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Daily Dose of Random

Among unusual items found in airports, I'm not sure if a bag full of otters has ever been brought up before.

When remodeling the kitchen, sometimes you knock out a few walls and find some unsightly things like dead rodents and such. However, I'm going to guess that you usually don't find a fully stocked armory too often.

Whenever I'm looking for a wild, heroin induced time, I always think about rolling on out to the neighborhood Applebee's.

Wait, they found teeth in her what?

Today in RRS History

2011- Tech running back commit DeAndre Washington said that his official visit to Lubbock solidified his commitment to the Red Raiders.

2010- Arkansas linebacker Joe Carmical committed to Tech, making him DC James Willis' first commit.

2007 - WR Detron Lewis said that he might commit on his visit to Tech if things went well.

University & Broadway

The Red Raiders pulled off an upset victory over Iowa State last night, and Josh Gray had a big part in the win. (Kosmider/Avalanche-Journal)

The Other Nine

One online report seems to have raised some questions about the work ethic of NFL bound safety Tony Jefferson. (Kersey/Oklahoman)

Offensive guard Rami Hammad committed to Texas on Wednesday, making him the Longhorns' 15th commitment. (Riggs/American-Statesman)

The Jayhawk women's hoops team absolutely destroyed Texas, beating them 76-38. (Staff/Kansas City Star)

Things keep getting worse for the TCU hoops squad who lost in Morgantown last night. (Stevenson/Star-Telegram)

Iowa State's early season momentum seems to have stalled out after a loss at Texas Tech on Wednesday (Hines/Ames Tribune)

Daily Notables

...American singer and songwriter Neil Diamond turns 72 today. ...Actor and Saturday Night Live star John Belushi would've turned 64 today. ...Actor Ed Helms (The Office, The Hangover) is 39. ...Cleveland Indians pitcher Scott Kazmir turns 29 today. ...In 1908, the first Boy Scout troop was organized in England by Robert Baden-Powell. ...In 1984, the first Apple Macintosh computer went on sale. ...In 2003, the United States Department of Homeland Security officially began operation. ...Today is Beer Can Appreciation Day. ...School desks have 300 times more bacteria than the average toilet seat.

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