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Daily Bullets (Mar. 27): Bowlsby Gave a Potential Virus Timeline, OSU’s Pac-12 Comp



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Bullets Rundown

• Bowlsby with a potential virus timeline
• Chuba ran for as many inside as he did outside
• OSU’s Pac-12 comp

OSU Bullets

• Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby had some insightful comments on timelines for the virus situation.

In an hourlong teleconference Thursday afternoon, Bowlsby said he has heard things will start to return to normal everywhere in timeframes of six to eight weeks from now to 10 to 12 weeks from now and that there could be a rebound of the pandemic in a few months. A few times during the teleconference, Bowlsby mentioned waiting to see how things pan out over the next 60 to 90 days. [PFB]

I can ride the Google machine all day and read some sharp folks but I suspect Bob Bowlsby is sharing insights hard for us to land on.

Unreal balance for No. 30 – Chuba got his dig in after

• I enjoyed Boone’s comp for OSU in the Pac-12.

Big 12 match: Oklahoma State

Both have wildly successful, tenured head coaches. Both win somewhere between seven and 10 games with regularity. And neither are ever really considered a frontrunner — even when they probably should be. [PFB]

More specifically – I like the comp for Mike Gundy with Utah’s Kyle Whittingham. Iowa’s Kirk Ferentz is another of the sort, program-building coaches able to elevate mid-tier programs to knock their heads on college football’s upper class.

• Cade Cunningham is like that kid at your high school that got all of the scholarships – how many times can you recognize one person? Good for Cade though, the guy’s awesome.

This is pretty cool – you can listen to OSU’s 95′ win over UMass with Teegins and Dirato on the call

The latest CFB national championship odds are out – Pokes are 14-1 with Florida State, Tennessee, and Utah

• Congrats to this Cowgirl on rider of the year.

Non-OSU Bullets

• Here are some helpful habits for isolation
• Pretty cool story about how farmers are meeting food needs directly
• This faith-based piece on farming and tough soil got me

This James Clear quote made me step back during this pandemic:

“Anticipate, but don’t expect.
Anticipation: You’re excited for what the future holds, but you don’t try to control it.
Expectation: You try to predict the future and restrict your happiness to one outcome.
Always be excited about the possibilities. Never be entitled to them.” []

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