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Daily Bullets (Mar. 30): Recapping Pro Day in Stillwater, One Question for Cowboy Football

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.


Softball: Cowgirls 3, Tulsa 1

OSU Bullets

Recapping yesterday’s Pro Day in Stillwater plus video interviews from the Cowboys (PFB)

• Two articles (HCS and CBS Sports) looked at the “one question” facing Cowboy Football this fall – summary: how adequate are the fill-ins going to fill in?

• Bill Haisten nails it here – Mike Gundy’s best spot is being undersold and getting to overshoot expectations.

This is the type of challenge that drives Gundy, who in November would love to have a conference-contending squad and be in a position to say, “You guys didn’t think we would be any good. How do you like us now?”


• Mike Boynton’s Pokes are linked to a handful of potential additions via the transfer portal (PFB)

A closer look at how Brandon Garrison played at the McDonald’s All-American game (PFB)

Non-OSU Bullets

• Finished a couple of fiction reads this week – the better one and the childish one that I couldn’t help but reading
• Why I love a church that talks about sin (faith-based)

This seems to be the model Mike Gundy will eventually grasp and succeed at – finding a way to have a really good team while not a title-contender:

Meanwhile, though roster management might be more trying for head coaches than it’s ever been, the rewards are also richer. TCU just made the national title game with a small handful of blue-chippers, a number of key junior college transfers and starters who began their respective careers at Colorado, Louisiana-Monroe, Navy, New Mexico and SMU. That’s a recipe a lot of coaches can and will attempt to emulate.

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