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Daily Bullets (March 31)



Football News

Four senior running backs this season, can OSU take advantage? Good, short piece here on Rennie Childs. [NewsOK]

Mason Rudolph 50-1 to win the Heisman. [PFB]

Just keep recycling this headline! [Yahoo]

Gundy is coy about QB2: “I think Taylor and Kolar both are doing very well. Mike (Yurcich, offensive coordinator) is giving them the correct number of reps, and they’re both developing. I’m pleased with where they’re at.” [Tulsa World]

Marcell Ateman is focusing on being 6’4”. Seems wise. [NewsOK]

tOSU is renovating the ‘Shoe and going … smaller? [CBS]

Recruiting News

Gorjak Gak released from his letter of intent. Probably for the best for myself and other writers. Would have taken us four years to correctly spell his name on the first try. [PFB]

Here are the twins on why they’re coming to Stillwater. [PFB]

Hoops News

Yeah, Jawun might average 10 assists next year. [CRFF]

OU now has the most NCAA Tournament wins without a title. It also surpassed OSU for Tourney wins this year. [NewsOK]

Miek Holder on James Dickey: “I will not tell coach Underwood who to hire. I might make some recommendations, but you have to let the coach hire his own people. So it’ll be up to him to evaluate James Dickey. If he can’t find a role for him, trust me, James Dickey is beloved everywhere in our department. I can plug him in a lot of places and he’ll be an asset.” [Tulsa World]

Tony Allen karaoke night? Tony Allen karaoke night. [PFB]

SLU officially announces Ford hiring. [CBS]

Good luck with this.

Golf News

Charles Howell III joined our podcast yesterday. He told Tiger stories. It was a blast. [PFB]

If you don’t have time for the pod, here’s a great Howell-BVP story. [PFB]

Nine storylines heading into Augusta. [CBS]

Other Sports

Johny Hendricks will fight at UFC 200. [CRFF]

Terrific story on the Walton legacy. Donnie says he could hit his pops. (via Blake Huddleston) [Baseball America]

My goodness, OSU’s catcher has 45 Ks in 78 ABs?? [Go Pokes]

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