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We are coming at you live all morning on the blog with updates from OSU’s signees.

Can OSU make the Dance?

At 3-6, with five home games remaining, OSU needs but to win out at Gallagher-Iba Arena to get to 8-10. But among those five games are Kansas and Baylor. Two teams ranked 2-3 or 3-2 in the major polls and projected No. 1 seeds. Go 8-10 with victories over Baylor and Kansas, plus road losses at each that went down to the final 30 seconds, and OSU’s resume’ probably would be strong enough to make the field. [NewsOK]

If you go 8-10 period in the Big 12 this year, I think you’re in. Especially with good non-con wins over big-name (albeit bad) teams.

On OSU’s New Cowboy Back

Kyle B. wrote about him here already, but Kyle F. went and talked to his parents. Good stuff here.

“I think there’s only one school that he would have considered breaking that (Rice) commitment for,” said Brad Odom, Baron’s father and former assistant at Wynnewood, “and that was OSU.”

McEndoo began his recruitment of the four-sport varsity athlete the summer before Odom’s junior football season. McEndoo connected with him instantly, sharing the common bond of small-town roots. Odom thrived on the field as a senior, too, catching 15 passes for 396 yards and seven touchdowns on Wynnewood’s run to the Class A state championship game. [NewsOK]

One of our guys wondered if he can be the next Blake Jarwin.

Brock Martin Talks Pokes

BM: “It was fun. My first big offer was Texas Tech and everyone thought I was going to go there after they offered me. But offers kept coming in, I had to make some decisions and cut some teams out. Then OSU offered, which was big because I have always been an OSU fan since I was 2, 3, and 4 years old. It’s kind of hard to turn down the team you’ve always wanted to play for.” [CRFF]

Love what CRFF has done with these interviews. Great stuff by them.

OSU and NCAA Notes

It’s incredible to me that Baylor was able to rebound and have essentially the same class as OSU or TCU … A fake college football tournament with the greatest teams ever? I’m in.

This is cold blooded.

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