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Daily Bullets (June 15)



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Football Misc.

Ogbah and Simmons make Athlon’s All-Big 12 first team. Rudolph, Peterson and Sheperd make second. Are we sure Shep is the best WR out of this bunch? (Athlon)

Berry Tramel ranks the top 75 Big 12 games of 2015. OSU has four of the top eight and five of the top 11. (NewsOK)

So this Outside the Lines investigation on how many cases against athletes in college towns get dropped is incredibly interesting. Probably more damning than anything Sports Illustrated did, too. (ESPN)

Oklahoma State is recruiting someone named “Handsome.” That’s awesome. (PFB)

Pokes in the Pros

Good Dan Bailey interview here. (Tulsa World)

Dez says he’s going to skip Dallas’ season-opening game? Where do I wager heavily against this? (ESPN)

Kevin Williams signed with the Saints. (Tulsa World)

Hoops Misc.

Steph was straight filth last night. I mean, this is not safe for children. (Big Lead)

Kurt Budke goes into the Women’s Basketball HOF. (NewsOK)

1,500M Champ

Chad Noelle won the NCAA title in the 1,500M in 3:54. I’m going to go push my kids around in the double stroller a little bit. Here’s a full video of the race (it’s pretty scratchy).

Cool shots of his win here, by the way. (okstate)

Other Sports

Florida’s assistant softball coach just helped Florida to two straight titles. Seems like a good hire. (okstate)

The 26 potential 2020 Olympic sports, ranked. Tug of war! (Deadspin)

More Stuff I’m Reading

Adrian Wojnarowski is going to get his own vertical at Sports Illustrated? Pretty cool. (Deadspin)

As somebody who has live in Oklahoma for a lot of my life, I enjoyed this tornado photo. (Kottke)

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