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Daily Bullets (Oct. 17): Most Viewed of the Week, Sign Me Up for the Cotton Bowl



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Three Thoughts

• Here’s a bowl projection I would be excited about – a traditional Big Ten power NOT Ohio State in the Cotton Bowl:

“If the Cowboys go unbeaten and win the Big 12, we’re putting them in the Playoff. However, that’s a big if considering that league’s unpredictability at this point. Penn State is likely a one-loss team in this projection with that setback — Ohio State perhaps — costing the Nittany Lions a berth in the Big Ten title game.”


• The TulsaWorld’s Bill Haisten was delightful on the PFB pod talking quarterbacks, scheduling, and these unprecedented times

Brandon Weeden turned 37 recently and it can’t be understated how important he is to Cowboy Football

Two Quotes

• Fill in your Bingo card with some of these comments from Mike Gundy – but h’es not lying, you will (likely) know a lot more.

“I think the players are smart enough to figure that out,” Gundy said of the dealing with some of the different aspects of Big 12 offenses. “I think over the next month we are going to be challenged by teams that are in really good shape and healthy, physically and mentally.  We’ll know a lot more in three weeks.”

[Pokes Report]

• Forget a quote – this whole interaction between two brothers was delightful:

One Question

• Would you be more excited about today if OSU was playing a Central Arkansas -type of school? What about a TU rematch?

Most Viewed of the Week

• No. 1 – Mike Holder looked for a fill-in opponent

• No. 2 – OSU/Baylor game was postponed

• No. 3 – Details around Iowa State game released

• No. 4 – All of the team with better odds to win the Big 12 than OSU

• No. 5 – Gundy talks postponing Baylor

Non-OSU Bullets

• How Daryl Morey (recently fired Houston Rockets GM) tried to win and LeVeon Bell as a luxury were good
• Solid faith-based piece on nostalgia (guilty)

This video on how much speaking English changed over 13 centuries is wild:

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