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Bullets: How Brandon Weeden used to throw 98 MPH

Why OSU gained and lost a center, Tony Allen’s pseudonym and OSU’s turnover margin per game.

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Football misc.

It’s pretty crazy that OSU has just the third-best collection of receivers in the Big 12. (ESPN)

Keith Ford, gone. (Yahoo)

Interesting, Brandon Chatmon doesn’t think the graduate transfer rule should be abolished. (ESPN)

Burns Hargis had joined the CFP Board of Managers which is way different than the selection committee. (NewsOK)

I wonder what OSU’s turnover margin per game number would be if you looked at it this time last year. Last year it was -8 overall and in 2011 it was +23 so that’s a 31-turnover swing. Wow. (ESPN)

That shirt.

Hoops misc.

Tony Allen starred in high school football under a pseudonym which is the greatest thing ever. via Weston Shepherd (Yahoo)

Jernard Jarreau is going to Tulane because he’s from Louisiana. (Times-Picayune)

The Blazers’ Christmas uniforms are incredible. (Deadspin)

Here’s a pretty good tanking solution that’s also very interesting. (Slate)

Baseball/Softball

OSU got one softball player on the All-Big 12 first team. (Big 12 Conference)

OSU will be the second seed unless OU sweeps TCU. (NewsOK)

Brandon Weeden on throwing 98: “But a little adrenaline and a little cockiness probably because I was 18-years-old and I thought I was really good, so maybe it was all of that combined and back then it felt pretty good.” Also, random Browns dagger. (Dallas Morning News)

Donnie Walton calls his coach “Josh”? (NewsOK)

More stuff I’m reading

Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are emerging as the ABC, CBS, and NBC of the 21st century. (Vox)

Mad Men characters, ranked. (Deadspin)

I can’t stop reading about the Simmons drama. (Vanity Fair)

These minimal maps are marvelous. Via Kottke. (Michael Pecirno)

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