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Daily Bullets (Feb. 20): Most Viewed of the Week, OSU and Arkansas Recruit Texas the Same

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 Men’s Golf: Pokes are in third at the Seminole Intercollegiate, Wake Forest-transfer Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra is T3 with Austin Eckroat T9

Three Thoughts

Cowboy Baseball made weekend plans and the home opener is set for middle of next week

• This take on how Oklahoma State recruits Texas – in context of other college football programs – was insightful. OSU and Arkansas roughly do about the same.

Schools like Kansas and Ole Miss carpet bomb the state with 120+ offers a cycle. Oklahoma State and Arkansas send out offers in high numbers but are able to consistently compete with in state schools Baylor, TCU, and Texas Tech.

[Inside Texas]

Looking over the mock drafts and where they have Teven Jenkins – it seems the right spot will be someone who ultimately wants him at right tackle.

There’s a reason Jake Springfield and others manned the spot over Jenkins this year and surely NFL teams will draft (and play him) accordingly.

Two Quotes

• Senior Day will be an emotional one for Cowgirl star Natasha Mack:

“I’ll probably shed a few tears (when Reece announces my name),” Mack said. “That might be the last time I hear that, so I don’t know, it’s going to be an emotional day.”


Campus really doesn’t have a bad look – also, this snowball fight on campus looks incredible.

One Question

• Chewing on this Bedlam thought – which walk-on quarterback had a bigger impact on his school… Brandon Weeden or Baker Mayfield?

Most Viewed of the Week

• No. 1: Pokes land their 2022 quarterback

• No. 2: Five-star center decommits from Michigan State, Pokes on his trail

• No. 3: Where Garrett Rangel ranks among Gundy QBs

• No. 4: What landing Enoch Boakye could do for OSU

• No. 5: Bullets from Feb. 15 -> Cowboys’ Masters Odds

Non-OSU Bullets

• Where did the flu go?
• I like/struggle with the idea of reading for pleasure
• This is fun – this site lets you visit websites ten years ago

Something about this Brooklyn Nets team is just fun – it’s basketball as an art. This line about Kyrie vs. Harden was good too:

That’s been one of the biggest differences between Harden and Kyrie Irving in Brooklyn. Kyrie scores as if he’s being judged on the degree of difficulty on every possession. Harden does it like he’s playing in sweatpants at the park:

[The Ringer]
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