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Lee Westwood leads in Augusta after a 5-under 67, but a pretty good showing from our Cowboys on Day 1 of the Masters.  None had an overly impressive round, but nobody tanked either.  Here are their Round 1 scores and Friday tee times (CST).  Note:  These are not current scores

Charles Howell III:  E  (8:18 a.m.)

Hunter Mahan:  E  (9:46 a.m.)

Bo Van Pelt:  +1  (10:52 a.m.)

Scott Verplank:  +1  (6:50 a.m.)

Rickie Fowler:  +2  (11:47 a.m.)

You can view the current leaderboard here.

Mahan sits atop the FedExCup standings.  Here’s a look at who needs to finish where this weekend to take over the #1 spot.   (PGA)

Howell says it’s hard watching the Masters on TV.  I say it’s hard to work while the Masters are on TV.   (Augusta Chronicle)

Apparently Fowler played well enough to write about, but not well enough to lead with something other than his facial hair.   (Augusta Chronicle)

Ubben changed his prediction regarding the OSU QB race, and I’m less than thrilled about who he compares Walsh’s throwing motion to.   (ESPN)

More notes from Ubben’s recent trip to Stillwater including a WR other than Stewart who has stepped up, OSU’s potential candidate for Big 12 Newcomer of the Year, a new position for Daytawion Lowe, some sad news regarding Levy Adcock, and…Houston Nutt in Stillwater?   (ESPN)

An interesting, yet critical, scouting report on Markelle with four likely NFL destinations for him.  (New York Times)

Spectacular scouting report on Brandon Weeden.  This guy gets it.  “By his second year of starting as a college quarterback, his fourth season playing the position his whole life, he was off to the races beating the likes of Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin, Ryan Tannehill, Landry Jones and Nick Foles in head-to-head matchups, making a solid run at playing for the BCS Championship, and capping off probably the best season Oklahoma State football ever had.”   (Sun Sentinel)

Weeden might not be getting all the draft hype we know he deserves, but at least he has his own limited edition watch!   (Lockerz)

“Oklahoma State’s commitment to its Athletic Village project remains, even if the money doesn’t.”  Let’s put the blame on the people who handle the money instead of the money itself.   (Tulsa World)

Let’s hope we improve on that .241 batting average for a series against KU in Stillwater this weekend.  The Jayhawks are 12-16 overall so it’s fair to say this is a must-win series for the Cowboys, especially Frank Anderson.   (NewsOK)

Ventura makes his major league managerial debut today at 1:05 CST at Texas.  Ventura vs. Nolan.  Round 1 wasn’t pretty.   (MLB)

Today’s Bullets by Matt Amilian

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