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Daily Bullets (May 1): Most Viewed of the Week, Teven Jenkins Gets Drafted

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Baseball: Sooners 16, Pokes 2 
Woman’s Soccer: Cowgirls 7, South Alabama 0

Three Thoughts

Teven Jenkins went early in the second to the Bears – coming in to cover the right side for new QB Justin Fields

Great, insightful words from Cox on what Mason Rudolph’s extension with the Steelers means

• This is a fun thought – Cowboy Basketball could exceed the scholarship limit because of COVID-19:

In normal circumstances, Division-I basketball programs are allowed to have 13 players on scholarship, but Oklahoma State could actually get to 14 for 2021-22. Bryce Williams has the opportunity to be a “super senior” next season, which would give OSU an exemption to the 13-scholarship rule.


Come to learn about how OSU can exceed the limit but keep reading to see the shortlist of prospects the Pokes are targeting.

Two Quotes

• Pretty great for the Pokes to make the top-seven on a guy like this:

• Fun read from the O’Colly here on the Cowboy Baseball team manager/comedian/meteorologist:

“Hub’s one of a kind,” Josh (Holliday) said. “He has a place amongst the group. We’ve sure shared some fun moments together, and just like your players, you have to appreciate everyone involved in your program, and he is certainly one of those guys.”

One Question

• Who ends up with more rushing yards or receiving yards – Chuba Hubbard or Tylan Wallace?

Most Viewed of the Week

• No. 1 Ten Thoughts on the OSU Spring Game

• No. 2 Texas Tech Forward commits to the Pokes

• No. 3 OSU wins the Big 12 title by a stroke

• No. 4 Mike Gundy talks spring game

• No. 5 Cornerback Avyonne Jones committed to the Pokes

Non-OSU Bullets

• Kind of interesting – can you value intelligence by how much you can prove yourself wrong?
• Would Jesus turn tables over today? (faith-based)

Incredible move here to avoid being carjacked:

Solid thoughts on the idea of friendship here:

“The dynamic of friendship is almost always underestimated as a constant force in human life: a diminishing circle of friends is the first terrible diagnostic of a life in deep trouble: of overwork, of too much emphasis on a professional identity, of forgetting who will be there when our armored personalities run into the inevitable natural disasters and vulnerabilities found in even the most average existence.

The ultimate touchstone of friendship is not improvement, neither of the other nor of the self, the ultimate touchstone is witness … to have walked with them and to have believed in them, and sometimes just to have accompanied them for however brief a span, on a journey impossible to accomplish alone.”

David Whyte

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