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Daily Bullets (Jan. 16): Most Viewed of the Week, Revisiting a Fun Bedlam Memory

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Three Thoughts

• With today’s Bedlam game being postponed (OSU COVID-19 concerns), reminiscing over the Robisch -> Mason bomb is worth your time.

H/t to OKC Dave for linking the TulsaWorld article from the game on Twitter.

• J.W. Walsh is back in Stillwater as a coach – seems like the ideal path for the Walshing Machine is for Tim Rattay to get called back up to the pros then a bump to the QB coach role

Seeing new players get to OSU is fun – one of my favorite OSU sports memories or traditions has been walking into GIA for a non-conference game excited to see new basketball players.

Two Quotes

• Mike Boynton spoke well of Cade Cunningham’s desire to enjoy the moment and work hard at Oklahoma State – something that’s probably difficult when you’re about to be a millionaire.

“…(Cunningham) doesn’t want to waste an opportunity to get better. He doesn’t want to look up in May and be like, man, the draft is around the corner, I need to get to work. Nah, there’s 10 months here you can really, really invest in yourself and find a way to maximize what you have right in front of you right now.”

[The Athletic $$$]

How will Cowboy Football fare with name/image/likeness changes coming? I suspect the rich will get richer but OSU will compete and hold their spot in the upper middle. Berry T. talks about NIL here.

One Question

• What’s the ratio for enjoyment of Bedlam wins when you compare football to basketball: one Bedlam football win is equal to six Bedlam basketball wins?

Most Viewed of the Week

• No. 1: Five thoughts from the win over Kansas

• No. 2: Recapping the win over Kansas

• No. 3: Five thoughts from the K-State win

• No. 4: Pokes say upcoming Bedlam game is personal

• No. 5: 1/8 Daily Bullets – Hold your Spencer Sanders stock

Non-OSU Bullets

• I love getting rid of stuff (NYT)
• Adding shooters hasn’t fixed Ben Simmons’ offense

One of the few times I’ll post politically (note: I’m not taking a side) but about the concept of political partiality – seemingly a key quality in 2021:

The problem with political partiality—like any form of partiality—is, it produces a more hateful and violent culture. It doesn’t rejoice in truth, it rejoices in tribes. 

[Slow To Write]

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