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Daily Bullets (Mar. 1): What Stuck Out from OSU’s Vision Plan

Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.



Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.

OSU Bullets

• It’s been a historically tough season for Cowboy Basketball – in the middle off a tough stretch (TulsaWorld)

OSU updated their spring roster yesterday (PFB)

Three things that stuck out from the big Athletic Village vision released Monday (PFB):

Massive changes at Karsten Creek – new grass.

“It’s not a wholesale rebuild,” said men’s golf head coach Alan Bratton, “But when you change your irrigation system, you’re putting in new kinds of turf, then you’re re-designing the greens as well. 


Allie P. Reynolds Stadium will be torn down for the new softball field to be built:

The plans include demolishing Allie P. Reynolds Stadium. There will be more space for parking when OSU’s previous baseball stadium is leveled.


And probably most importantly – the projects will all be done without debt and will likely make Oklahoma State’s facilities “unrivaled in college sports.”

It would be doubly beautiful to have an “unrivaled in college sports” collection of facilities and to be debt-free at the finish line.


• Missed this earlier in the week – Charles Howell III won an LIV tour event over the weekend (TulsaWorld)

Chad Weiberg pointed out it’s “probably time to move on” from OU and Texas being in the conference (HCS)

Moussa Cisse for DPOY makes sense:

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