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Daily Bullets: Clint Chelf says Boone can dance

SEC is taking over your homes, CRFF has a cool preseason poll, and OSU is picked to be the 21st best program in the country over the next three years.




This is the best OSU football preview you’ll read, promise. (SB Nation)

CRFF did a preseason football survey and it’s a really fun read. Blogger kid! (CRFF)

Unfortunately, yes, Baylor will avenge the madness from last season. (Dallas Morning News)

Brandon Weeden on the backup QB job: “I’m going to go about my business the same way regardless. I haven’t met Kyle, so I can’t really speak on it, but whatever he decides to do – it’s kind of out of my control.” (NewsOK)

OSU released a bunch of TV and start times that we pretty much already knew. (Scout)

Yeah, this is not good news for OSU fans. (Fox SW)

Who is Tyreek Hill? (CRFF)

Pat Jones on why OSU should have a statue of Barry Sander, Bob Fenimore, and Thurman Thomas: They have done such a nice job over there in Stillwater that once you get (inside the stadium), it’s incredibly nice stuff,” Jones said. But the exterior does not have curb appeal.” (Tulsa World)

The SEC is taking over the world. (Yahoo)

Clint Chelf on Boone Pickens: “After we won the Big 12 championship in 2011, he came in and did a little Gundy impersonation, and showed us his moves. They were pretty cool for a 70-year-old billionaire.” (ESPN)

Jimbo Fisher caught a shark which I think must be a metaphor for something. (Yahoo)

Kevin Peterson made an All-Big 12 ballot and Tyreek Hill nominated as newcomer of the year by the ESPN guys. (ESPN)

A&M installs the biggest video board in the country. All of the Aggie jokes. (CBS Sports)

OSU picked to be the 21st best program in the country over the next three years with OU, Baylor, and Texas all ahead of them: “Gundy admitted to me this spring that it’s a real challenge, compared to others in the region. Stillwater, Oklahoma, makes Austin, Texas, feel like NYC. Even Norman, Oklahoma, feels cosmopolitan.” (ESPN Insider)


What could go wrong? (Yahoo)

Desmond challenges Markel to a dunk contest and says he would bet his life savings he’s better at golf than Charles Barkley. (NewsOK)


Scott Verplank on having the US Senior Open at Oak Tree: If we have any party it’ll be next week. I already told my wife that I didn’t want a bunch of extra people over at the house. We’re already going to have a bunch of extra family and friends that want to use our house as a parking lot. I said make sure the doors are locked so that nobody can come in.” (Tulsa World)

Chris Perry won a silver medal at the University World Championships. (Tulsa World)

Insanely good post here on what Brazil’s loss did and did not mean. (Deadspin)

This looks crazy.


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