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Daily Bullets (Oct. 9): Cade’s First Game, Baylor is Pausing Football

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OSU Bullets

• Not good (but not terrible) – Baylor, OSU’s opponent a week from tomorrow, has stopped football activities with COVID-19 related concerns. The game against OSU is still on as of today.

Cade Cunningham’s first game in the orange and black will come the day before Thanksgiving (pending Big Ten approval)

• Let’s answer two questions for you – why didn’t Spencer Sanders play last week against Kansas and how’s he doing now?

“Wasn’t any reason to put him in the [Kansas] game,” (Mike) Gundy said. “He practiced yesterday and looked just like he did the first week in August.”


• Les Miles tested positive for COVID-19 ? Note: after they played OSU on Saturday

Look out for defensive tackle Sione Asi in the middle in his second year out of Snow Junior College

I’m not sure where the ride ends but it’s sure fun to think about the way Shane Illingworth’s career started at OSU – very Brandon Weeden-esque if I must say.

Illingworth’s first pass of his career was a 29-yard completion to Wallace that sparked an 86-yard drive ending in a Chuba Hubbard touchdown run. It was OSU’s only touchdown during a 16-7 victory.


• This tweet will either make you worship or want to fire Mike Gundy – you pick which:

• I’m not sure who in the Big 12 is ranking these offensive linemen but there’s no doubt that Charlie Dickey has earned his money with this group:

Non-OSU Bullets

• It’s never too late to be awesome
• How the Heat are following the Golden State-model (partly)
• Solid parenting thoughts in the “little moments matter the most”

I like this take on productivity:

“Do the most important thing first each day and you’ll never have an unproductive day.”

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