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Daily Bullets (Mar. 14): Mason Rudolph Lands a New Deal, NCAA Wrestling Brackets Released



Happiest birthday to Mrs. Bullets – hard to imagine a world you weren’t born in, celebrating that’s not my reality today. 


Softball: Cowgirls 8, Central Arkansas 0

OSU Bullets

Mason Rudolph signed a deal with an NFL team that’s not the Pittsburgh Steelers. CBS Sports gave the signing a “B+”. (PFB + CBS Sports) 

The former Steelers quarterback agreed to a one-year deal worth $3.62 million, according to NFL Media. This is a great opportunity for Rudolph, who will likely get a chance to compete with Will Levis to be the Titans’ starting quarterback.

The quarterback market isn’t very strong, so the Titans decide to spend relatively little money while getting a 28-year-old quarterback who has promise.

[CBS Sports]

• The NCAA Championship brackets were released for wrestling – here’s where all the Cowboys are seeded (PFB)

• Reading the tea leaves on what Chad Weiberg will do about Cowboy Basketball is a tough chore – but here’s a big reason why Bill Haisten calls him to do something: 

University sources who typically have a strong feel for what to expect when there is a situation like this – they don’t seem to know any more than you or I or anyone else.

Weiberg seems intensely guarded as he considers what he can do to restore Oklahoma State basketball, but there can’t be eventual action. He has to make a move because of this: In the 14-team Big 12 Conference this season, Oklahoma State was 12th in home-game attendance.


• Not OSU-specific but pundits are raving about how much fun the Big 12 could be in football this fall (On3)

• 247 Sports notes Justin Kirkland is the Cowboy to watch for a breakout this fall (247 Sports)

Non-OSU Bullets

The short-lived Dallas airline that Southwest put out of business

• Why rest takes hard work

Saw this with a buddy in theaters last night, what a treat: 

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