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Daily Bullets – 7.30

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I haven’t supplied you guys with any good Oklahoma State news from around the interwebs in a while, for obvious reasons, so here’s a weekend edition of the Daily Bullets. Thanks again for a fantastic week!

First of all, big thanks to the sites who credited me with breaking the uniform story: Yahoo, SB Nation, CBS Sports, Register Guard, and News 9 (though I think they’ve since taken it down…understandable).

More uniform stuff: LOVE the history page, kind of love the wallpaper (let’s get actual players in those things), and don’t really love the combo creator – it’s useful, just thought it could have looked better.

Home opener in Stillwater will be at 6 PM (duh) on Fox College Sports…which basically nobody in Oklahoma gets. (Tulsa World)

Kendall Hunter signs a 4-year deal. Hat tip to Gavin Lang (who you should be following on Twitter) for this. (KTUL)

Ubben has Hunter’s replacement as the fourth best RB in the Big 12. High praise for a guy who hasn’t yet broken the 500-yard mark. (ESPN)

An Oklahoma State athlete who wrestled for the national title seven years apart. (InterMat)

Taylor Jungmann was named Big 12 Athlete of the Year. Beebe probably rigged it. (Big 12 Sports)

Former O-Stater Caroline Masson is currently leading the women’s British Open. Though by the time you read this that will probably have changed. (Ricoh)

And Chuck Howell finds himself three back at the Greenbriar Classic. (PGA Tour)

Pretty interesting list by Berry Tramel on who the best Big 12 coach would be at OSU other than Gundy. (NewsOK)

The NCAA rule book is currently 434 pages. Andy Staples has some brilliant ideas about how to trim it by 85%. (Sports Illustrated)

This interview between Jeff Pearlman and Chris Jones owned me. If you like writing, sports, life, ambition, anything…just read it. (jeffpearlman.com)

Why? (Heisman Pundit)

Fascinating experiment on the power and pitfalls of sports and Twitter. (Jasoschreier.com)

Incredible look at all the gold medal designs in Olympics history. Hat tip to Richard Deitsch. (BBC

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