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Daily Bullets (Apr. 26): Unpacking the Spring Finale, Pokes Landing Elsewhere

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Scores

Men’s Golf: In Ninth @ Big 12 Championships (play was stopped for weather yesterday)


OSU Bullets

Three-star edge player Bill Walton out of south Dallas is announcing his commitment at noon today after making the trip to Stillwater over the weekend – he’s down to OSU, Texas, and SMU

This quote from Walton recapping his trip was pretty good:

“It exceeded my expectations,” Walton told GoPokes247. “I didn’t think it was going to be as interesting as it was. Everybody was like, ‘There’s nothing to do in Oklahoma.’ So, I thought it was going to be kind of lame. But, actually, it was very fun. It was nice, I’m not going to lie.”

[GoPoke$$$]

A couple of Pokes landed elsewhere in the portal: Keylan Boone is headed west to play at Pacific while Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe is headed to Georgia

• Cowboy defensive coordinator Derek Mason shouldn’t be as surprised by Big 12 offenses as Jim Knowles was coming from the ACC:

Among the SEC quarterbacks (when Mason was there): Dak Prescott, Drew Lock, Jalen Hurts, Tua Tagovailoa, Kellen Mond, Joe Burrow, Kyle Trask, Mac Jones, Matt Corral and Bryce Young. There are two Heisman winners in that group, some NFL starters, a couple future NFL starters and a load of program record-setters.

[TulsaWorld]

• Looked for something like this on Sunday – here are some of the bigger recruits who made their way to Stillwater for the Spring Game

• Marshall came on the PFB podcast to wrap up spring football

• Bummer that linebacker Kam Farrar hit the portal 🙁

Seven running backs ahead of the Thurminator!

With apologies to Craig “Ironhead” Heyward, the other guys weren’t half as good as Thomas (Gaston Green, John Stephens, Lorenzo White, Brad Muster, Ickey Woods, and Tony Jeffrey)


Non-OSU Bullets

• Notre Dame’s AD calls a Division 1 (Football) breakup ‘inevitable’ and gives a timeline
How Netflix is cracking down on password sharing
Trusting God in hard things (faith-based)

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