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Daily Bullets (June 18): Wolff Storms into the Open, Boynton Getting After the 2023 Class

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Scores

US Open: Matthew Wolff is -3 from the lead, T11 at -1


OSU Bullets

Matthew Wolff surprised with a heck of a first round at the US Open

Mike Boynton commented on the exhaustingly, delayed process for the NCAA to rule on sanctions against Cowboy Basketball:

“I wish there was [an update], I really do,” Boynton said Tuesday. “It’s maybe the most frustrating thing I’ve ever lived through, professionally. I had a brother die, so I’m not going to put that in that regard. But, this has been just pretty disappointing. There’s no reason that this takes this long, but there is nothing to share, unfortunately.”

[PFB]

Mike Boynton has dug into the 2023 basketball class with them opening up for recruiting yesterday

• An ESPN reporter interviewed Big 12 men’s basketball coaches ($$$) and broke out the league in tiers based on these conversations.

The Pokes were in the third tier with OU and West Virginia – and among drawbacks, these were the good things coaches had to say about the Cowboy program:

The Cowboys do have at least one major thing going for them that could change this ranking moving forward, however: They’re about to produce the No. 1 pick in this year’s NBA draft in Cade Cunningham.

“Their fan base is great, Gallagher-Iba Arena is a fun place to play, they’re right on top of you,” a Big 12 coach said. “They have good history, too. They’ve got pros as well. And they’re going to have the No. 1 pick this year.”

[ESPN+]

The Cowboys are loaded at the guard position for the 2021-2022 season

• Three Pokes made ESPN’s top receivers list of receivers over the last 50 years – I hold we’re a full Dez Bryant junior season away from four in the top-20


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