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Gundy says Clint Chelf is starting to earn his stripes. The 2012 QB race is going to be interesting. (NewsOK)

The Army ROTC guys did 385 pushups yesterday. (NewsOK)

Travis Ford is excited about staying in the Big 12. (NewsOK)

Jenni Carlson says a 22-0 Bedlam is starting to take shape. (NewsOK)

Tom Fornelli points out that OSU and OU outscored their opponents 125-45 on Saturday. (CBS Sports)

So Nebraska is the reason A&M is headed to the SEC? (ESPN)

Mark Rosner says Weeden could pad his Heisman stats against Texas. (Austin American-Statesman)

Brandon Weeden gets a David Ubben helmet sticker. (ESPN)

Bill Haisten says Brandon Weeden was devastatingly efficient against KU. (Tulsa World)

Mike Gundy: “…I don’t even know how many touchdowns we were ahead by.” (NewsOK)

More Gundy: “Some days, things just work. You hit a golf ball and it hits a tree limb and bounces back on the fairway.” What is he talking about? (NewsOK)

It was overshadowed by the KU mauling, but the Oklahoma State soccer team moved to 15-0 on a Krista Lopez goal with 2 seconds left. (okstate.com)

Anthony Slater with a good point here: it’s hard to impress the national media with an untelevised game, but Oklahoma State managed to do just that on Saturday. (O’Colly)

Gina Mizell says OSU could have EASILY scored 100 on Saturday. I concur. (NewsOK)

Haha, the Yahoo guys would be just fine never playing that OSU KU game again. (Rivals)

Wait, so Air Force turned down the Big 12? (Courier-Journal)

Oklahoma State’s Offense + Kansas’ Defense = AVERT YOUR EYES, CHILDREN. (CBS Sports)

Oh, hey, you’re only about 5 weeks late with the Brandon Weeden/Aaron Rodgers joke. (USA Today)

Weird: the Chicago Bears honor Wes Lunt. (State Journal-Register)

Great read on Rickie Fowler’s first pro win by Sean Martin. (Golf Week)

And another by Jay Busbee. (Devil Ball Golf)

Speaking of golf, we need to vote for Hunter Mahan and Fowler to be on the Tiger Woods 2013 cover. (Facebook)

Wow, Netflix – figure it out. h/t DeShazo (New York Times)

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