Daily Bullets

Written by Kyle Porter

PFB bracket challenge. Let’s get to 500 people.

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How an Oklahoma State win over Penn in 2003 helped Florida Gulf Coast’s coach marry a supermodel. (Sports Illustrated)

Shane Ryan breaks down the bracket of death. (Grantland)

How a trip to Spain galvanized this team. Good read by Helsley. (NewsOK)

Tournament teams by height. (Guardian)

It kind of got buried but OKC Dave’s analyzation of Oregon and OSU was really good. (PFB)

The guard matchup favors OSU. I agree. (Scout)

My gosh, are our hopes for this game really on Le’Bryan Nash? (CRFF)

Ford: We’ve won a lot of games. I really haven’t put a whole lot of thought into how we’re playing. I’m putting thought into how we need to play better and start preparing for Oregon. (NewsOK)

Best case/worst case for OSU. Both are epic. (Yahoo)

Mrs. Pistols picks OSU’s bracket. (PFB)

What to know if you’re betting OSU -3. (ESPN Insider)

Markel on the Tournament: This is the most exciting time of the year, March. This is what everybody looks forward to. (Scout)

Picking teams by how many future NBA players they have (good for OSU!) (SB Nation)


It was the best of matchups, it was the worst of matchups. (Addicted to Quack)

For years, Altman has written “C.Y.T” — coach your team — on his practice notes as a reminder to block out outside noise and hype. (Oregonian)


Pretty complete spring football preview here. (Athlon)

Inside look at the linebackers. (NewsOK)

There’s not much correlation between big plays and wins. (ESPN)

On why you should watch out for Jeremy Smith. (CBS Sports)

Tracy Moore on his decision to come back or go to the NFL: I was about 50-50, but don’t nobody know better than my parents, so I put my trust in them and I made the right decision. (NewsOK)

Ubben on Kevin Peterson becoming a superstar. (ESPN)


That crazy $33 million loss will stand, no relief from the courts. (Tulsa World)

Big 12 play starts this week. (okstate)

Someone asked Jenni Carlson why a 15-20 team was in the NCAA Tournament. Are we not beyond knowing how automatic bids work? (NewsOK)

How Facebook is picking brackets. (Yahoo)

The odds of picking a perfect bracket. (Yahoo)

Oklahoma State is ranked in three of the four baseball polls. (Big 12 Sports)

Bob Morris > Kentucky. Haha. (CBS Sports)

Oh. (US News)

Very well done.

Hunter Mahan’s celebrity bracket.

Oregon highlights.

The most OSU-centric One Shining Moment ever.

  • Cincinnati

    So at what point should we start begging/bargaining/praying that Nash is dialed in for this game? Should we hold-off until the the first 5 minutes? Halftime? Or just start now?

  • dooley

    We are going to need to be fired up and ready to play because you know Oregon has extra motivation being slotted as a 12 seed.

    I want to see that first half against Baylor for a whole game this time.

    • Nate

      I don’t care if you’re playing Stillwater’s JV team – you’re playing in the freaking NCAA tournament, the best sporting event on the planet. If you can’t get fired up and ready to play then you shouldn’t be there.

      • The NCAA Tournament can’t touch the Masters.

        • I would like to combine the first 2 rounds of March Madness with “moving day” and the back 9 on Sunday. Doesn’t get any better than that.

        • Nate

          LOVE the Masters, but it’s not even in the same universe as the NCAA tourney for me.

  • G-Block

    My bracket is in, ready to be busted.

  • DreamingMan

    Regarding Amanda Marcun Enfield: I most respecfully say “SHAZAM!!!”

    I woukd have drove her from NYC to BOS or LA or London. DUH!

  • RyanO

    That video was hard to watch towards the end. Luke Schenscher was my mortal enemy. It truly amazes me how one can hate someone who they don’t know at all so much.