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Must read of the day, Jimmie Tramel doing work on Marek Soucek. (Tulsa World)

Second must read of the day, Slater interviews JPO. His quote about the fans rushing the court against Mizzou is hysterical. (O’Colly)

I know some of you hate every coach who ever leaves OSU, but Tim Beckman is kind of awesome. (Dr. Saturday)

Rick Barnes appreciates how Keiton plays. (Austin American-Statesman)

Markel has been dubbed “mayor of Lob Stilly.” I like. (NewsOK)

I agree with Berry Tramel here, there HAS to be some sort of metric by which teams earn their way into a playoff. (NewsOK)

Not sure it’s fair to say “OSU and OU open to expansion” here. They’re kind of just open to whatever will keep their teams a viable part of a good conference. (Tulsa World)

Wait…we haven’t won in Norman since 2004? (NewsOK)

OSU falls in the finals of the national duel competition. (

Nash doesn’t understand why people bite on Keiton’s pump fake. (NewsOK)

Good writeup here by CRFF on the game Saturday. The Hawking joke, while wildly inappropriate, killed me. (CRFF)

How is Texas ahead of OSU here?? (NewsOK)

jc25 breaks down the OSU Texas game and actually blames OSU’s 56 free throws on Texas’ incompetence. Also, the first comment on this post his hilarious. (Barking Carnival)

Jeff Borzello and Matt Norlander have Keiton as one of Saturday’s all-stars. (CBS Sports)

Keiton gets OSU’s first Big 12 player of the week award. (Big 12 Sports)

Yes Ford, yes, you’re getting it. (NewsOK)

Um, yeah, this isn’t good. (NewsOK)

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