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Daily Bullets – 6.21

Wait, Dana Holgorsen did something we didn’t expect him to do? And we’re all surprised? Still?!? (NewsOK)

Our first Oklahoma State reference on Grantland. Although you have to stay with the article until the end to catch it. And it’s basically the laziest OSU joke you can make short of referencing Boone’s disgusting wealth. But still! (Grantland)

Ty Duffy doesn’t think OSU’s dropoff will be as big as some others think. (The Big Lead)

Bill Haisten on why OSU is a football school. We could really go round-and-round for days on this… (Tulsa World)

Chris Huston on why Blackmon (or Broyles for that matter) winning the Heisman is pretty much a lost cause. I now feel pretty dumb for writing this. (Heisman Pundit)

Did J.W. Walsh just become irrelevant? (NewsOK)

Ubben says OSU has the 2nd best quarterbacking unit in the Big 12. I agree with this even though I still think they have the best single quarterback. (ESPN)

I feel like Mike Cobbins and Brian Williams are being touted as a pair of top 10 recruiting talents. I don’t know whether to buy in or be skeptical. (NewsOK)

For all the Les Miles haters – OSU wouldn’t be where it is without him. Even if Sam Mayes saying he “had the most amazing pregame speech ability that you ever heard your entire life” is a little counterintuitive. (NewsOK)

Pretty boring chat from Weeden, which is just how the athletic department likes it I’m sure. (okstate.com)

Peter Uihlein and Kevin Tway make the GolfWeek 1st team and Mike McGraw is coach of the year. (GolfWeek)

Dave Matter gives Joe Wickline a little Mizzou love. (Columbia Tribune)

Berry Tramel says OSU has the 7th toughest non-conference schedule. (NewsOK)

Orange Power got a makeover. (OP.com)

Rotnei Clarke was released from his scholarship at Arkansas. Just throwing that out there. No relation to OSU at all. Nothing to see here. (ESPN)

Yayyy!

  • Chance

    Agree with you about Les Miles. I don’t like the way he left (to his credit, he did apologize for), but he really did a lot for OSU.

    As far as OSU being a football school, it’s funny how things change. When I started school in ’98, the attitude during the fall was “can’t wait for basketball season”. Is OSU one of the schools people think about when one thinks “football school.” I don’t know, but I think it is by far the sport most people are interested in now, when it used to be basketball.