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Daily Bullets (July 11): Pokes Are One of Four Contenders, Major Player in the League

Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.

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Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.


OSU Bullets

• TulsaWorld’s Guerin Emig responded to some solid questions from a reader assessing OSU’s place in the realignment setting

• Here are some roster updates for the Cowboys ahead of the season

• College football analyst Phil Steele has the Pokes in his pre-season top-15:

The Cowboys have a shot to win the Big 12 Conference and are part of a four-team mix with a crack at a championship season, along with Texas, Baylor and Oklahoma, according to Steele.

[247 Sports]

• 247 Sports says OSU is involved in 30 percent of the games that will shape the 2022 Big 12 season

Realignment Bullets:
Pac-12 using recent expansion teams against the Big 12
• TV advisors are proposing the Big 12 avoid Washington and Oregon for geography
Carson and Colby discussed realignment on their latest podcast
Odds were released in Las Vegas on teams and their chances of being invited to the Big Ten and SEC in 2022 – a bit floored that Baylor was ahead of Oklahoma State for SEC

• The writers from the O’Colly released some hot takes on the 2022 Cowboy Football season yesterday

Good heavens, recent OSU commit Jelani McDonald has some serious hops:

• Missed this one last week – Hovland reupped with the PGA, spurning the advances of the Saudi-led LIV:


Non-OSU Bullets

• I don’t disagree with this take that the SEC can (temporarily) save college football, possibly further
• 40-year-old Moses vs. 80-year-old Moses (faith-based)

There’s something poetic about Baker Mayfield being called out (and traded) for the reasons he was so unlikable as a college QB:

According to Jason Lloyd of The Athletic, during his time with the Browns, Mayfield was “widely viewed as childish and immature.” Mayfield’s behavior annoyed teammates and divided the locker room, and he was reportedly often difficult to coach.

[CBS Sports]
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