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Daily Bullets (June 9)

Perrish Cox could start, OSU’s next big PG and TCU makes it to the College World Series.




Hoops misc.

Jawun Evans continues to rise. Good stuff here from Kyle Boone. This first comment, I admit, made me laugh. (PFB)

Iowa State hired Murray State’s coach to leads its uber-talented roster in 2015-16. I think that’s probably a pretty good hire. (Yahoo)

The new rules changes are official. The 30-second shot clock will disorient for a while, I bet. (Yahoo)

Steph has shot poorly since that fall in Houston. (Big Lead)

Football misc.

Antwan Hadley, Chris Carson’s former teammate, isn’t coming to Stillwater anymore after not obtaining enough class credits. (PFB)

The Big 12 has gone soft with its nonconference scheduling again, leaving the league with even less margin for error. Last year at least the conference had several opportunities to garner high-profile wins. This year, those opportunities are few. (ESPN)

“It’s cool growing up in Oklahoma and being an Oklahoma State fan.”

Pokes in the pros

Derk Dooley feels the spirit of Dez Bryant everywhere. (PFB)

It looks like Perrish Cox is going to start for the Titans next season. (Tulsa World)

Justin Gilbert is having a good summer so far. His coach wants to see it all year. (NFL)


Berry ranks the Triple Crown winners’ names. I would have had War Admiral and Secretariat higher. American Pharoah lower. (NewsOK)

This gamer from Tim Layden on Pharoah is immense. Read it. (Sports Illustrated)

What it would look like if Pharoah raced Secretariat. (Deadspin)

Other sports

I wrote about what in the world we’re supposed to do with Tiger Woods these days. You probably won’t like my conclusion. (CBS)

TCU makes it to the College World Series. (Big 12 Sports)

Women’s World Cup

Good recap of the USA-Australia match from Monday. (Big Lead)

This is great.

More stuff I’m reading

On stay-at-home dads and their art. I don’t agree with all of it, but it’s interesting. (NYT)

Thumbs up on homebrewing. I’ve done it. It’s great. (Deadspin)

I listened to Stephen Colbert’s new podcast. It’s sort of silly, but really interesting if you listen closely. I’ll listen again. (Splitsider)

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