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Daily Bullets (Jan. 21): OSU’s Tourney Chances in 18 Words, A Plan to Get the Offense Rolling

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Cowboys take on the Iowa State Cyclones today at 1 p.m. CST – Go Pokes


Three Thoughts

• OSU Basketball in 18 words:

If Oklahoma State can tick up the scoring a bit, this could be an easy NCAA Tournament team.

[247 Sports]

Spencer Sanders went on the record about some things around his departure – the thing that was known is confirmed: he likes to compete

Here’s a solid plan to get the offense going today – get the ball out into the open floor:

“There’s a lot of things that just happened sort of organically that you don’t really control that you just try to figure out as you go,” Mike Boynton said. “But the thing that was clear is for us to have the best chance, we need more possessions in the open court. [Wednesday], it gave us a little glimpse of what it could look like.”

[PFB]
Two Quotes

• Of course Zac Robinson is being considered for more – the guy is a stud.

• Rashaun Woods is headed south of the Red River to coach high school football, leaving Enid High:

One Question

• If this OSU team scored at least 75 points a game in losses, do you know what their record would be? Answer: undefeated.

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• No. 4 Michigan State running back transferring to OSU

• No. 5 Comparing production of outgoing vs. incoming Cowboys


Non-OSU Bullets

• Benefits of suffering (faith-based)
• This seems like a good rule of thumb:

“The more time you spend complaining about what you deserve, the less time you have to focus on what you can create. Focus on what you can control.”

James Clear
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