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Daily Bullets (July 15): Bedlam/New Rival Talk, Everybody: OSU is a Contender this Fall

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.


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• Fun to see who Brock Martin and Brenna Presley recommend as OSU’s new rivals once OU leaves the league:

A terrific query to Martin and Presley on Wednesday: Who’d replace OU as your rival?

Presley took a deep breath, said: “That’s a good question,” and settled on Iowa State.

Martin fluttered his lips and said: “Whew … Baylor? Tech? Tech has always, for some reason, given us hell. Kansas State?”

[TulsaWorld]

• Mike Gundy notes that ‘Bedlam is history’ but gives reasons why he’s buying Oklahoma State’s future

• Pretty much wherever you look, the Pokes are perceived as a Big 12 title contender this fall… It’s hard to argue with these numbers:

Outside of their in-state neighbors, Oklahoma State is the safest annual bet to be in the Big 12 mix. While the Cowboys haven’t won a conference title since 2011, they’ve finished fourth or better in the final standings nine of the last 10 years. Little projects to change in that regard this year.

[247 Sports]

Brock Martin put it well in his comments at media day when he shared something to the effect of “we just usually find a way to be in the mix”

• Good little realignment nugget – here’s what the Pac-12 is looking for

• Fun profile from Big 12 Media Days on Cowboy receiver Brennan Presley

• An MLB analyst has a couple of first-round-landing spots in mind for Justin Campbell, the now-former Cowboy ace

Not great news here for former Cowboy Doug Gottlieb – sports show hosts have to walk a fine line


Non-OSU Bullets

• Kyle Porter looking at Tiger before the British Open is terrific
• Like these AoM ideas on how to set yourself apart
• Terrific faith-based reflection on sunsets

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