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Spring Cotillion roundup, The Freek sounds like the real deal, Mason Rudolph = Weeden?

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I need to stop reading about the Freek. Jemal Singleton: “I don’t see him as a receiver that lines up in the backfield. I don’t see him as a back that lines up as a receiver. I just see him as a guy that is a tool. And when you’ve got a good tool, you’ve got to figure out different ways to use it.” (NewsOK)

Breakout year for Blake Webb? I wouldn’t bet against it. (Scout)

Great Josh Fields quote in here from Saturday. Berry gives the format a thumbs up. (NewsOK)

Big RB recruit get here for the Pokes. (247)

More on the commitment: “I knew because I felt the most at home there with my experience. I had the best relations with the coaching staff up there. It was just the best of everything for me.” (Scout)

Gundy: “You worry about guys getting snaps. They’re out there for the first time, the crowd’s here, the media is here, so you worry about them being able to snap the ball so we can function in practice.” Yeesh. (NewsOK)

Mark Emmert is against NCAA players forming a union. Shocking. (CBS Sports)

Ashton Lampkin on Walsh: “J-Dub, he’s one of my good buddies too. It’s competition every time. We are talking smack every time. If he throws one deep on me, I know I am going to hear it after practice. If I catch a pick on him, he knows he is going to hear it before practice is over.” (Tulsa World)

I like Bob Connelly, good stuff on him here from John Helsley. (NewsOK)

Calvin Barnett’s replacement. (Tulsa World)

Here are some photos from the Spring Cotillion. My dad went, said it was pretty boring. (Flickr)

Oh dear, a Mason Rudolph-Brandon Weeden comp. (CRFF)

Desmond Roland wanted OSU to have a real spring game and not a practice. (O’Colly)

7-5 sounds about right for this season, yeah? 9-3 ceiling, 6-6 floor? (CRFF)

Down goes Garman. It will be interesting to see if Rudolph redshirts. I’ve got money on “no.” (NewsOK)

Robert Allen channeling his inner Marcus Smart on the Spring Cotillion: “It kind of depends on who you talk on how many Oklahoma State fans showed up Saturday. OSU did not put out any official number and the estimates ranged from 2,000 or less from the ‘Debbie Downers’ that have been ticked about no spring game to the Cowboys Radio Network broadcast that said between 5,000 and 6,000.” (Scout)

Kingsbury gonna Kingsbury?!? (CBS Sports)

Billy Bajema is bringing a Pie Five Pizza to OKC. via Aaron Schnautz. (Market Watch)

Hoops

I covered the Final Four for CBS on Saturday, wrote this. (CBS Sports)

Other

Basically anytime we wear these uniforms I’m going to post the photos and say “man, these uniforms!” (Flickr)

I didn’t realize Saulyer Saxon had Crohn’s Disease. Good profile of him here. (Big 12 Sports)

Gerald Green throws down. (Big Lead)

Cowboy golf now focused on the Big 12 title. (O’Colly)

Roger Federer’s 100 best shots. (Deadspin)

The new Vox.com is pretty cool. (Vox)

This on kindness is great. (Explore)

Here is Gundy saying Gundy things after the Cotillion. His comments on Curry are hilarious.

This was insane.

To go to the Masters!

Went to Florida to tape some of these babies last week. Go easy on me, was my baptism into video:

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