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Daily Bullets (Feb. 28): LSU WR Leaning OSU as Grad Transfer

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AJ Green went from 170 to 202 in his time in Stillwater – impressive stuff.


Bullets Rundown

• LSU grad transfer is leaning Pokes
• Chuba’s Heisman odds continue to come out
• Value of Marcus Smart’s defense


OSU Bullets

Sign me up for another heralded LSU-transfer wide receiver – Robert Allen is reporting (via LD Brown) that it’s looking good for the Pokes

Chuba Hubbard is in the eight spot on recently released Heisman odds.

The first two non-quarterback on the list are Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard and Clemson running back Travis Etienne, who are tied for eighth eighth at 25-1.  [CBS Sports]

Why is Marcus Smart such a heralded defender? The dude is a menace.

If the opponent Smart is assigned to guard wants to prove a point, they’ll have to overdribble and overextend to reach it. If they try to circumvent Smart instead, that means some other, lesser teammate will have to do more than they normally would.

Smart, all the while, is still pesky and determined enough to force his way into a play, blowing it up from the inside. [The Ringer]

• Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been considering the possibility of resigning Dez Bryant lately while he takes showers.

A source said the Cowboys might send Will McClay, the Cowboys vice president of player personnel, to give Bryant a look.

“I’m not dismissing it,” Jones said. “I don’t want to sound like it should be dismissed by saying that. I’m thinking about it.” [NewsOK]

 

Dez-tination Dallas?

• The 2006 football recruiting class was stackeddd

• Enjoyed this piece where Berry Tramel ranks the coaching hires/replacements

This is a really cool move here by a Pokes fan – loyal and true.

• What do we have to do to get Trey Reeves into 5-0?


Non-OSU Bullets

• Pretty cool move here – NFL football coach watches NASCAR pit crew to learn about running an organization

• This was a fun thought (for those not ten or eighty):
“What would 10-year-old me say? What would 80-year-old me say?” – James Clear

• This faith-based blog post on reading the Bible to your kiddos was good for me

How presidential debates have changed over time:

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