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



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

OSU Bullets

• Three weeks from today, Cowboy Basketball will tipoff it’s season – Avery Anderson was named first-team preseason All-Big 12

Swing by here to catch Mike Gundy’s nearly eight-minute spot on SportsCenter

• What’s the thing OSU is lacking to be a College Football Playoff contender?

Question: Can they find answers in the secondary?

Oklahoma State is so, so close to being a complete team. The offense is obviously clicking, as the Cowboys have scored at least 30 points in each of their games thus far and they lead the Big 12 in scoring with 46.4 points per game. The defensive front is so deep and very good at getting after the quarterback with stars like Brock Martin, Collin Oliver and Tyler Lacy. The only thing holding them back is that secondary. Oklahoma State gives up over 422 passing yards per game, which is second-worst in the Big 12 — ahead of only Oklahoma.

[247 Sports]

Previewing the TCU Game:
A history of Spencer Sanders vs. Max Duggan
– Three things TCU’s Sonny Dykes had to say
– Videos of OSU players talking about the game

Texas is after OSU’s highest-rated 2024 football commit – four-star athlete Jelani McDonald – 247’s GoPokes notes he’s still solid on his commitment

Pretty cool story about how Bob Fenimore responded to a fan “back in the day”

• I always wonder about this – Dominic Richardson doesn’t hold a grudge against TCU but is ready to play Saturday

• (A late) Happy birthday to one of the best dunkers to do it in Desmond Mason:

• Jaylen Warren is making the hard money in the NFL:

Non-OSU Bullets

Assessing “how haunted this house is” concerning trick-or-treating
• Longing for what’s second best (faith-based)

Forbes had an update on the Big 12’s TV negotiations with ESPN/FOX – Commissioner Brett Yormark is confident that revenue will go up after OU/Texas leave (!)

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