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Daily Bullets (Nov. 27): What to Expect in Arlington from the 2023 Cowboys

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Scores

WBB: Cowgirls 82, Missouri State 52


OSU Bullets

OSU opens as an 11.5 point underdog against Texas + previewing the game (HCS)

The Cowboys bumped up a couple of spots in both the Coaches and AP polls (PFB)

• Bill Haisten provides the questions to ponder this week when building expectations for Saturday’s game in Arlington: 

What would be more on-brand for the 2023 Cowboys?

To play shockingly well and bump Texas from the College Football Playoff picture?

Or for OSU to get rocked by the Longhorns?

[Tulsa World]

This tweet shows the best summary of why OSU could beat Texas, kicking some dirt on the argument that the Horns are unbeatable (X)

OSU’s football games this fall have been pure theater, stranger than fiction at times. 

Same with me. I don’t believe what I saw at Boone Pickens Stadium. The Cowboys weren’t only merely dead, they really were most sincerely dead. Down 24-6 at halftime, OSU appeared lifeless against a team that was 2-6 in Big 12 play. Unprepared, unmotivated, uneverything.

You know the rest. Crazy OSU comeback, a last-play tying field goal by BYU, two overtimes, the Cowboys’ 40-34 victory ended by Trey Rucker’s strip fumble.

[Sellout Crowd]

• Fun to see Ollie Gordon in these conversations: 


Non-OSU Bullets

• Solving the productivity paradox
• Gen Z is looking for friends (faith-based)
Enchilada recipe for your leftover smoked turkey

Hilarious video – watching three professional soccer players take on a hundred kids. 

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