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Daily Bullets – 8.1

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Brandon Weeden learns from Justin Bieber Kellen Moore. (NewsOK)

Here’s the training camp/practice/media days schedule for Oklahoma State leading up to the first game. (Scout)

Interesting article here from Berry Tramel on what the round robin format means for the Big 12. (NewsOK)

Peter Uihlein is one of the first four players selected to the Walker Cup team (Ryder Cup for amateurs). He and Patrick Cantlay (21st at U.S. Open) are going to be a nasty duo for America. Hat tip to Ryan Cameron for the link. (USGA)

Hah, “Extreme Makeover: Nike Edition” (Tulsa World)

Yahoo has Brandon Weeden as the 27th best player in the country. Behind Landry Jones AND Robert Griffin III. I was going to give them the benefit of the doubt and say “okay, maybe this is purely based on potential” but then they posted this: We continue our countdown of the top 100 players in the nation today. ‘Top’ doesn’t necessarily mean the most pro potential or even the most talent. Instead, it’s a mix of what the player has accomplished and how we think the player will do this season. But production does trump potential. (Yahoo)

Ryan Broyles and Landry Jones like the color orange? (ESPN)

Bill Blankenship (Tulsa head coach) thinks G.J. Kinne is the best quarterback in the state of Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

Former Cowgirl golfer Caroline Masson finishes 5th at the Women’s British Open. (ESPN)

I am so stunned Tiny Gallon received impermissible benefits. I would make a few more jokes but as an Oklahoma State blogger I’m not necessarily in a position to rip on other schools for using cash-based incentives to lure quality athletes. (The Dagger)

Here’s a nerdy look at all the official OSU logos, colors, and fonts. (okstate.com)

Austin American-Statesman previews OSU’s 2011 season. Not sure how you can have a preview with no win total prediction. Oh…and guess what the lede was. (Statesman)

Berry Tramel on the records about to fall at OU. They’re prolific. (NewsOK)

This is old but apparently about to come to fruition. Yahoo’s Charles Robinson says he’s working on an investigative piece regarding a school that’s a “10.” The Ohio State/Tressel story, he says, was only an 8. (MGoBlog)

Missouri law bans students and teachers from being Facebook friends. (PC Mag)

Apparently the new iPhone is launch in October. (All Things D)

Great stuff here from Anthony Slater:

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