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Bullets: Gundy wonders if Rudolph will be like Peyton Manning

Diamond Stone is not coming to Stillwater, Gregg Marshall might be going to Texas and Gundy has Ashton Lampkin jokes.

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Spring ball

Gundy on Rudolph: “Is he going to (study video) by himself, like Peyton Manning does? We’re going to find out.” (Tulsa World)

Kasey Dunn: “I think everybody is stepping forward and making more plays. Last year we really wanted Jhajuan (Seales) to grab more than what he did and I think he’s seeing that now. He had kind of that sophomore slump.

“He understands that and he’s coming back. He’s bounced back. I expect really good things out of him. He’s playing very well right now in spring ball.” (okstate)

Mike Gundy has jokes: “(Ashton Lampkin) is 100 percent, but he doesn’t look very good. He hasn’t had a haircut lately.” (Scout)

Brandon Sheperd: “When the pads come on that’s when it gets fun. Everybody is just flying around, having fun and excited, and just happy to be out there. So it’s been a pretty fun time the last two weeks really.” (Scout)

Photos from Friday’s practice. (okstate)

These practice videos are well done.

Football misc.

Oklahoma State keeps signing coaches who were once close with Todd Monken. (NewsOK)

Michigan is getting helmet stickers. (CBS)

It doesn’t sound like anyone is too worked up about the Thursday night game against CMU. (O’Colly)

Kansas’ coach gets $25K per win next season. (Yahoo)

This honestly sounds like the worst job in the world. (O’Colly)

Coaching moves

John Klein: If not for a 10-year contract, which many now admit was a mistake, Ford probably would no longer be the coach at OSU. (Tulsa World)

Wait, is Travis Ford being bought out? (PFB)

No, no, no, no, no. (Sports Illustrated)

Hoops misc.

I agree with Lon Kruger. Something needs to change in college hoops so we don’t end up back in the 1930s with these 45-43 games. (NewsOK)

This photo is something else. Tony Romo looks like he can’t believe he’s in it. (Yahoo)

You don’t get a glitzy waltz to sports immortality; you get jackals at your ankles and the rare raging rhino charging right for your face. A formidable creature threatening to ruin the run. (CBS)

OSU has to spend the offseason finding scoring options beyond Phil Forte or next year’s going to be ugly. (Fox SW)

Dean Smith left $200 to each of his ex-players for dinner on him. (Yahoo)

Diamond Stone committed to Maryland last week. (ESPN)

Baseball

How Rob Walton turned Michael Freeman into an ace. (NewsOK)

Pokes recently moved up in ESPN’s power poll. (ESPN)

Oklahoma State beat Kansas State 2-1 over the weekend. More on this later. (okstate)

Some terrific photos from the series. (okstate)

Other sports

Alex Dieringer makes John Smith proud with this quote: “I got taken down twice this year. That doesn’t sit well with me.” (NewsOK)

BE SOMEBODY!

More stuff I’m reading

Larry Reece sounds like he’s doing very well so far. (NewsOK)

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