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Daily Bullets (July 31): Most Viewed of the Week, To Bedlam or Not to Bedlam?

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Three Thoughts

• Texas and OU are officially leavingOU president wants to play OSU in everything, citing Iowa/Iowa State, Clemson/South Caorlina, and Georgia/Georgia Tech as examples

President Harroz’s comments were gracious and tasteful, full stop. And witty. But here’s what it boils down to, Mr. President:

You could have gone somewhere with the Pokes and not the Horns. That was important before.

NCAA is looking at overhauling how they manage college sports – can’t help but wonder if OSU would be in a different place if they had stepped in as a “college football commissioner” of sorts

• Pretty cool – while the New York Yankees were gathering stars, they went ahead and grabbed former Cowboy ace Andrew Heaney for minor leaguers

Two Quotes

ESPN’s Marty Smith raved about his trip to Stillwater – he was brought in for Cade’s draft party. Pretty wild considering all the hubbub with his employer this week:

This is the take of the OU fans I admire – bummed it didn’t work out and respect for what OSU has become.

One Question

• How incredibly fortuitous are the Pokes have their best football coach of all-time is here to posture them for the biggest conference leap the Pokes need to make since getting into the Big Eight?

Most Viewed of the Week

• No. 1 Big Ten not interested in non-AAU schools

• No. 2 What four-16 team leagues would look like

• No. 3 Could the PAC-12 pull together a super league?

• No. 4 What would merging the AAC and Big 12 look like?

• No. 5 Bob Stoops explains the move, takes shot at OSU


Non-OSU Bullets

• Solid business model: mowing with goats
• This draft guide turned into a ranking after that was helpful for processing

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