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Must read of the day is Slater on Nash. There’s an EPIC quote in here from Keiton about Nash not being able to jump. (O’Colly)

John Helsley with one of my favorite articles in a while on life after 40 for Keiton Page. (NewsOK)

Really good breakdown of the James Anderson situation here. (Project Spurs)

Speaking of James, the day he “demands” a trade he gets played 35 minutes and goes 2-12 from the field in a 40-point loss? Ouch. (ESPN)

Gina Mizell takes a look at possible destinations for Blackmon in the NFL Draft. I’m rooting for St. Louis (I like Bradford) or Tampa Bay. (NewsOK)

Elliot Harrison says Weeden can’t afford a poor showing in Indy. Nothing to worry about here, Elliot. (NFL.com)

Golf team finishes 10th in Puerto Rico even though Talor Gooch nearly won the thing. (okstate.com)

Also, Blackmon and Weeden don’t arrive in Indy until tomorrow and won’t workout until Sunday. (NFL.com)

Cowboys get their first win of the year in baseball. Against a 2011 super regional team, no less. (okstate.com)

Also, here’s the box score. (okstate.com)

Too much age stuff here but still a good read on Weeds. (Washington Post)

Jimmie Tramel says OSU is looking forward to the Big 12 tourney. (Tulsa World)

I feel like Berry writes this before every Bedlam basketball game and yet I continue to read it. (NewsOK)

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