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Daily Bullets (Feb. 24): Pokes’ Home Opener Delayed, On Mason Rudolph Replacing Big Ben

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WBB: Baylor 65, Cowgirls 58 

OSU Bullets

Cowboy Baseball is pushing back it’s home opener a day for cold weather concerns

A Sun Belt offensive lineman hit the transfer portal yesterday – a four-year starter that’s an OKC native, could make sense for the Pokes to get involved

• It’ll surprise you how close Spencer Sanders is just outside the big names in OSU record books

• This seems like a fair take on Mason Rudolph’s chances to replace Big Ben:

He may be the frontrunner, but Rudolph will have to earn the starting job coming out of training camp. And if he does, it won’t be the worst thing for the Steelers. Rudolph’s previous starts have left something to be desired, but at times he has displayed the ability to make key plays in critical moments to help the Steelers win games.

The Steelers can win with Rudolph if they build a strong enough team around him, which they can do this offseason. 

[CBS Sports]

Arkansas and Texas highlighted here for how they’re using the transfer portal in men’s college basketball – Mike Boynton has done well in the portal too, landing four transfers from major programs last year:

– Moussa Cisse (Memphis), Woody Newton (Syracuse), Bryce Thompson (Kansas), and Tyreek Smith (Texas Tech)

• You can grab single session tickets for the Big 12 wrestling championships in early March:

• Cowgirl Softball is hanging just outside of the top-ten in the country:

Non-OSU Bullets

Here’s a nice bucket list for the adventure-minded folks
• 50 microhabits to improve life

This from Bloomberg on the cost to have rights to stream certain shows (from the service, not from the end user) blew my end. These are numbers per episode per year:

Peacock paid Universal $498,000 an episode for “The Office” — $500 million over five years. Every single episode of that show is worth about $2.5 million over the course of the deal.

Here’s the top six:

1. “The Office” $498,000/episode per year

2. “Seinfeld” $361,000

3. “Friends,” $360,000

4. “The Big Bang Theory,” $357,000

5. “South Park,” $348,000

6. “The Simpsons,” $200,000


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