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Daily Bullets (Oct. 16): Matthew Wolff is Coming for Augusta, Big 12 Fines for COVID-19 Flare-Ups?

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OSU Bullets

• This is super interesting – Bob Allen reached out to the Big 12 and after the SEC has noted they could start fining schools for not following COVID protocols, one Big 12 official noted they would be comfortable doing the same.

“Big 12 programs were informed that sanctions are possible,” wrote this Big 12 administrator in a text. “Those sanctions could include fines for non compliance with the Conference’s medical protocols.”

[Pokes Report]

Looking at you Baylor. And they may not have a lot of spare cash laying around after being fined a-half-a-million last week.

Get Matthew Wolff on your Masters’ radar/fantasy team for next month – he’s coming for Augusta.

1. Matthew Wolff (33-1): People have not noticed yet, but Wolff is up to No. 12 in the world and is on a legit heater right now. If he wins one of the next few events, he’ll move up to 25-1 or 20-1 alongside Collin Morikawa, and you’ll wish you had his curling draws off those tees at Augusta National Golf Club. Buy low while you still can.

[CBS Sports]

Mike Boynton says there’s no update on the NCAA appeal (to play in March/whenever the NCAA Tournament ends up)

What Cade had to say before his first practice

It would have been nice for OSU to reschedule Baylor for their open date on November 14, it just would have taken a little flexibility for Baylor (and their 11/14 opponent):

Baylor and Texas Tech are scheduled to play each other on Nov. 14, then both are off Nov. 21. By moving that game to Nov. 21, OSU-Baylor could have been played on Nov. 14, and the only impact on Texas Tech would have been to move its open date one week earlier.

[NewsOK]
  • Mike Gundy spoke with the media yesterday about Spencer Sanders and all of the delaysbreakdown here.

• I think we all need this Pete on a t-shirt:


Non-OSU Bullets

Re-framing the GOAT convo between LeBron and MJ – I’m team “MJ was 6-0 in the Finals” but I get the body of work/longevity argument

• Tramel on if the Power Five can break away in everything but basketball was great

• This faith-based take on the “absurdity of pride” was a dagger

“The fastest way to improve is to learn from others.
– Read good books
– Talk to people who have done it
– Soak up the lessons of the past

Learn from the experiments history has already run and you can start the race halfway finished.”

James Clear
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