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Daily Bullets (Nov. 19): We’ll Cross OU’s Goal and Then We’ll Sing ‘Oklahoma State’

Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.



Who’s ready for a long, cold night in Norman?


Wrestling: Pokes 34, Wyoming 3
MBB: UCF 60, Pokes 56
Equestrian: Auburn 15, Cowgirls 4

Three Thoughts

6:30pm on ABC or at 1185 Asp Ave, Norman, Oklahoma – in five years, we won’t get these. Enjoy, Cowpokes.

This is just great sportswriting – looking at the Bedlam rivalry from both sides of the fence

This from Kyle Boone on what Bedlam means to him was just terrific – and it’s highly likely to be a shared experience for you and me both:

Bedlam — and sports in general — is a gateway drug to friendship, to family and to love. It’s how I stumbled butt backwards into a profession and created lifelong friendships along the way. It’s how my dad and I connect, often through pain, sometimes through elation but always shared together. It’s what our family celebrates — but mostly commiserates about — each Thanksgiving. A tradition unlike any other not even the Masters can top.

Two Quotes

• I don’t disagree with this take on the outcomes of Bedlam:

Key to success for the Cowboys – seeing the injured Spencer Sanders run wild:

Aching shoulder and all, Sanders must get as close to 100 rushing yards as he can. He must duplicate the run/pass exploits of West Virginia quarterback Garrett Greene in the Mountaineers’ win over OU last week. He must be the Cowboys’ primary run-game threat in this game, same as he was last year’s game when OU contained Jaylen Warren.

One Question

• When Bedlam is no more, who will miss it more: Cowboys or Sooners?

Most Viewed of the Week

• No. 1 Mike Gundy explains why it took so long to put Spencer Sanders in

• No. 2 Mike Gundy took shots at some Sooner legends

• No. 3 Ten Thoughts on the win over Iowa State

• No. 4 Kick time, TV info for the Bedlam game

• No. 5 OSU climbs back into the AP poll

Non-OSU Bullets

• Ways we normalize bad responses in life (faith-based)
• Enjoyed this non-fiction read looking at a real estate entrepreneur

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