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Daily Bullets – 8.2



John Helsley asks Mike Gundy some fantastic questions and he gives equally great responses. At some point while reading I was thinking, “this sounds like coachspeak for ‘this is the best team I’ve ever had’.” (NewsOK)

Rotnei Clarke chooses Butler over OU. Was this even a question? (CBS Sports)

OSU track great Jim Bolding has passed away. (Tulsa World)

Cowboy Caravan in Tulsa tonight. (Tulsa World)

Here are Hunter Mahan’s new kicks, I’m not a huge fan. Hat tip to Brad Tate. (Twitter)

Shaun Lewis is David Ubben’s 21st best player in the Big 12. (ESPN)

Speaking of Ubben, here’s a great look at all the positional rankings he’s been doing for the last month. (ESPN)

The Western Amateur (or “Masters of amateur golf”) begins today in Illinois. Oklahoma State golfers Peter Uihlein, Kevin Dougherty, Talor Gooch, and Drew Page are playing it. (Chicago Sun-Times)

It’s mostly heresay but this is an interesting look by some of A&M’s writers on the future of the Big 12. (Scout)

Charlie Johnson has signed with the Vikings, much to Peyton Manning’s chagrin. (Pro Football Talk)

Flint Harris’ Big 12 all-decade team includes Rashaun Woods and Russell Okung. (Holy Turf)

Big 12 ADs voted unanimously to put a moratorium on the Longhorn Network. DeLoss Dodds included? (Dallas Morning News)

Great story here by Berry Tramel on why Joe DeForest got into coaching. (NewsOK)

Should I be more stunned that Trent Williams’ nickname is “Silverback” or that he’s wearing a $150,000 gorilla necklace? Hat tip to Arin Mitchell. (Deadspin)

Northwestern has a Heisman candidate? (NU Sports)

Yahoo doing big things over the airwaves now. Here are the affiliates for various cities. Nothing in OKC? (Yahoo)

Friday Night Lights the movie? The other movie I mean. (E)

For my college students: why trying to learn how to write during school is like trying to learn how to stay sober at a bar. (Forbes)

So that Kings of Leon concert I went to on Friday? Could be their “behind the music” episode… (Idolator)

If you don’t like one of the top five basketball players on the planet playing pick-up in early August and canning five straight 3s to shut down the world’s most famous outdoor court (Rucker Park) then you probably don’t like sports. Also notable that his net worth is probably 100x that of everyone else there combined.

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