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Daily Bullets (Apr. 16): Remembering the Ten, Lindy Profile, Most Viewed of the Week

Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.

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Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.


Scores

Men’s Golf: Pokes in Third @ ASU/Thunderbird Collegiate
Women’s Tennis: Oklahoma 4, Cowgirls 3
Baseball: Cowboys 2, West Virginia 1
Softball: Cowgirls 6, Kansas 0
Women’s Equestrian: Cowgirls 13, TCU 6


Three Thoughts

One of the popular topics is how to project where OSU will finish this fall. With Spencer Sanders, a defensive line, and other remnants of a Fiesta Bowl-winning team in place it’s easy to talk yourself into a top-15 finish in college football

Then you read stuff like this where OSU is breaking in a pair of cornerbacks and shuffling the offensive line – to go along with replacing the leading rusher and receiver and more than half your defensive starters, it’s reasonable to assume you’re competitive but not back in Arlington this fall.

Thanks to all who participate and put on today’s Remember the Ten Run – what an honor and how significant it is to their families for them to be thought of each passing year by so many.

• The OKC Thunder did a really cool video on current player and Cowboy alum Lindy Waters III that you have to check out

Two Quotes

• Louder for the ones in the back, please.

• What a coup that the Pokes are getting this guy back again:

One Question

• Pokes climbed back into first in the Big 12 with the win over West Virginia last night, took two of three from Vandy in Nashville… Is it time to start talking Omaha? Too soon?

Most Viewed of the Week

• No. 1 Riggio Walked Off the Sooners in Bedlam, Game 2

• No. 2 A Cowboy Wrestler hit the Transfer Portal

• No. 3 Mike Gundy talked Spring Game

• No. 4 Players in the Transfer Portal OSU Should Consider

• No. 5 Previewing the first leg of OSU’s Football Schedule


Non-OSU Bullets

• As a male, I’m inherently terrible at being aware of my feelings – HALT method sounds helpful. Also agreed that “feelings are no excuse“. Here’s a solid faith-based take on the topic.

• Kind of wild to see this size comparison of the Titanic to current cruise ships

One of my favorite Good Friday reflections (faith-based):

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