Connect with us

Daily Bullets

Daily Bullets (July 10)



Football misc.

A short history of OSU athletics in emojis. (PFB)

The Ray Guy and Lou Groza watch lists are out. Oh my gosh, please get here September! (Big 12 Sports)

I for one cannot believe that OU is getting more hype than OSU during the offseason. (Tulsa World)

Top 50 college football players for 2015. No Pokes. (Big Lead)

Great headline or best headline? (PFB)

Yep, it’s unanimous. Oklahoma State has it good, at least on paper, and getting to stay home and face three of the best teams in the Big 12 in Stillwater is a significant plus. I’d also throw in that, unlike several Big 12 schedules, Oklahoma State actually has the luxury of a midseason bye week (Oct. 17) that should help them heal and regroup for the stretch run. (ESPN)

Adidas is still not sober. (Yahoo)

I did a podcast yesterday with my buddy Grant over at Emawido. We talked OSU and KSU football. Made Travis Ford jokes, etc. (Emawido)

Hmmm … not good.

Nick Starkel (and his dad)

Travis Haney: Oklahoma State commit Nick Starkel turned heads this week. Starkel’s father said his son had just six major offers, partly because he was somewhat less visible playing in a private school league in the Dallas area. (ESPN Insider)

His dad also dances.

Hoops misc.

I realized yesterday that Travis Ford thinks college basketball is a “recruit the guys with the best names” competition. Think about it. Marcus Smart (awesome name), Jawun Evans (All-American name), Davon Dillard (All-Conference name) and now Thon Maker. (PFB)

How full was each B12 arena last year? (PFB)

Cobbins getting some work in at the summer league.

Other sports

Andrew Heaney gave a great quote and wore Mike Trout’s batting gloves recently. (PFB)

More stuff I’m reading

The Icelandic fog waterfall (!) (Boing Boing)

If you live in Dallas (or Texas), this on home prices is fascinating. (D Mag)

Why measuring data on the web is so difficult. Fascinating stuff. (538)

This looks a bit cheesy but good.

Most Read

Copyright © 2011- 2023 White Maple Media