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Daily Bullets (July 28): Options for OSU’s Open Game, Gundy’s Ready-Made Weapon

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This piece had a solid overview of the changing waters of the football schedule for the Big 12 and OSU’s options for filling in the Oregon State game

• Great (but sad) story about a Cowboy sprinter from the ’80s and a missed Olympics

• When you think about what incoming recruits could make an impact, there’s a clear role in Mike Gundy’s offense for one guy: Bixby’s Brennan Presley.

I think his size is definitely a concern, but speed kills. Whether it’s at receiver or in the kickoff game, I wouldn’t be surprised to see him fill a role as a Jalen McCleskey-like playmaker. [PFB]

OSU’s week one (now) opponent Western Illinois and their conference are still planning on playing

• It’s sort of a moot point in the Big 12 but I could get behind a ten-conference game schedule across CFB.

It would be an improvement in the quality of games but it would kill one of two groups: Group of Five opponents as schools start scheduling FCS games to go with their main out-of-conference opponent (generally another Power 5 teams) or fun out of conference games as conferences wouldn’t require that quality of conference game.

• Former Cowboy Thomas Hatch had a solid MLB debut

• He was a freshman but it was a fun year watching Spencer Sanders:

• Marcus Smart continues to be helpful to his team in numerous ways:


Non-OSU Bullets

• Like this idea for using drones to de-sanitize stadiums
Hiring Tom Thibodeau for the Knicks seems like a bad move
• Really liked this piece on being “reasonable” (faith-based)

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