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Bullets: Le’Bryan says ‘we just like Kentucky’ about OSU

Rickie Fowler on the cover of Golf Digest, Gundy goes full badger, and TCU jumps to No. 3.





Gundy was a real joy to chat with yesterday. (NewsOK)

It’s not exactly the Dust Bowl days. But the 2014 season has been a depressing one on the gridiron for the state of Oklahoma. (ESPN)

Jeremy Seaton on Rudolph: “He came in, commanded and acted like he had been there all season. He really treated himself like he was a veteran and had a strong sense of authority. He definitely stepped up for the game, and I was really impressed with him.” (Scout)

The Big 12 is the lone FBS conference that has two teams with no more than one loss on the season. (Big 12 Sports)

Perine needs 498 in his last two games to hold the all-time freshman rushing record. (Tulsa World)

OSU’s offense continues to be crazy inefficient — I’m surprised by how close KSU is to Baylor. (NewsOK)

Regarding the SI investigation: In January or February, OSU representatives are expected to appear before members of the NCAA’s Infractions Committee in Indianapolis. (Tulsa World)

I was stunned that TCU moved to No. 3 last night in the CFB Playoff — Berry Tramel points out here that what’s good for the Big 12 is probably really bad for Baylor. (NewsOK)

Ubben lays out a the cases for both Baylor and TCU here. Honestly, if I’m either fan base I’m pissed about being left out. (Fox SW)

And I wrote about the Baylor-TCU thing here. (PFB)

Gundy to Michigan? I feel like we’re just auto-inserting his name into big-time coaching searches at this point. (Fox)

A look at Pokes in the NFL over Thanksgiving. (PFB)

I believe John Hoover is saying here that if Daxx starts Bedlam then Gundy will either leave or be fired. I’m not willing to go that far but there will be a lot of questions. (Tulsa World)

Robert Allen loves how Mike Yurcich prepared Mason Rudolph for the Baylor game. (Scout)

Some pretty interesting quotes here from Glenn Spencer on what OSU will have to do to slow down Perine. (NewsOK)

It doesn’t look like Paul Rhoads will be fired. (CBS)

We went over the best of rivalry week in this week’s uni roundtable. (PFB)

The Van Malone hiring to SMU is official. Good for him. (ESPN)

Checking in on Mike Gundy’s Monday presser.

Oh and here are the notes from Monday. So much to sort through. (PFB)

And here’s a list of all the things Gundy wouldn’t talk about on Tuesday. (Tulsa World)

Possibly the last time we have to see this?


Le’Bryan discusses his newly developed fadeaway: “I do it in practice a lot. I do it when I do drills. Coach Ford trusts me to take that shot. And I just feel comfortable taking that shot in the rhythm of the offense and trying to be as productive as I can on the offensive end.” (NewsOK)

Tavarius Shine’s high school coach: “Over the next four years, there’s going to be a lot of guys having to explain to their bosses why they didn’t take that kid seriously.” (Tulsa World)

Oh boy. Nash: “We just like Kentucky. We don’t have that name like they have, but we can go 10-deep, nine-deep, and that’s the great thing about our team.” (O’Colly)

Steph, I love him. (Deadspin)

Highlights from the Cowgirls’ win on Tuesday.

Other sports

Fowler is on the cover of GolfDigest for January.

Big Cat is back this week. I wrote extensively about it here. You guys think the comments section at PFB is bad…….. (CBS)

More stuff I’m reading

How not to get away with murder. I inhaled this one. (D Magazine)

What’s next for Faux Pelini. (Omaha)

On being a writer for…Chipotle? (NYT)

A power ranking of how to describe sweet, carbonated beverages. (Deadspin)

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