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Softball: Cowgirls 3, Iowa State 1
Baseball: West Virginia 4, Cowboys 3
Men’s Tennis: Baylor 4, Cowboys 2

OSU Bullets

Cade Cunningham is going pro – Kudos to my guy Mike Boynton with an elite dad joke during the announcement ceremony – you can watch the ceremony here

Pro Day recap from Stillwater – spoiler: Chuba is fast

• Here’s why Mike Gundy is open to considering a true “spring game” concept, with another football team:

“Just from a numbers standpoint,” Gundy said. “What happens is, on most years, we don’t have enough depth to have a real good spring game. 

“So the reason we haven’t one in awhile is because it’s not favorable for the fans, because we don’t have enough depth, then you can’t function. 

“If you were to play a game against Arkansas or Nebraska or A&M or somebody, a practice game, you could get real quality work. So I would be for that, in just short notice, without thinking through it.” 


Arkansas would be the low hanging fruit for travel purposes. Play it at Skelly Stadium in Tulsa and appease both fan bases. Winner gets the best player at Union (that’s not committed to OU)

• Following the logic of this article, Baylor owes their Final Four run to the Pokes for beating them in Kansas City

An optimistic take on Spencer Sanders’ progression in year three

Congrats to Natasha Mack for earning DPOY in women’s college basketball

• The NCAA’s case before the Supreme Court will be one to watch

• Reminder: Trace Ford is a Dude (capital “d”)

• broke into sports coverage with the Big Country backboard slaying at the Kingdome in 1995:

Non-OSU Bullets

• These airplane cabin redesigns look incredible
• Russell Westbrook had a pretty thought-provoking take earlier this week

I don’t think this is true for all scenarios but it’s more true than I thought:

“It’s almost always better to learn from peers who are 2 years ahead of you than mentors who are 20 years ahead of you. Life evolves and most insights get outdated.”

James Clear

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