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Daily Bullets (October 5)



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Wow, Berry Tramel says Texas is no longer OU’s rival. (NewsOK)

Mike Yurcich: “I think (the players) like it and the fans like it. It’s wide open. Now, at the same time, you gotta be careful because some of those plays can be dangerous, and they can be detrimental at times. You’ve gotta reign in a little bit on what you’re doing, but at the same time, you’ve gotta play to your personnel’s strengths and make it hard for the defense to defend you.” (O’Colly)

Raymond Taylor said he had a pep in his step all week after finding out he was going to play significant time against Kansas State. (NewsOK)

Cool story here about two folks paying for a big time OSU fan to come to Stillwater for the first time. (NewsOK)

Bill Haisten: Imagine this team with a typically solid Cowboy run game. (Tulsa World)

In terms of resumes, Berry says it goes TCU, OU and then OSU. (NewsOK)

Brandon Sheperd on RayTay: “It’s just gritty all the time. Never fails. … I’m just surprised he didn’t pull out the spin move today. That’s one of his patented moves. When he pulls that out, it’s like it’s nothing. It’s second nature to him.” (O’Colly)

The Big 12 apologizes for giving OSU a first down it didn’t earn on Saturday against Kansas State. (PFB)

This is really impressive.

Weeden in Dallas

Good recap of the festivities last night here. (Dallas Morning News)

Around the country

Texas DB apologizes for tweeting during halftime. (Yahoo)

Hoops news

This week in great headlines involves Le’Bryan Nash and the Fukushima Firebonds. (PFB)

Good Q&A here with Phil Forte on his newfound faith. (O’Colly)

more pistols firing

Oklahoma State’s defense leads the country (!) in sacks and tackles for loss. (PFB)

Mason Rudolph was historically good against KSU on Saturday. (PFB)

OSU beat undefeated K-State and dropped a spot in the AP Poll. Sweet. (PFB)

Pokes are one of 10 teams in the country sitting at 5-0. (PFB)

Ben Grogan is “cold-blooded” at FIFA. (PFB)

OSU-WVU will be a 6 p.m. kick in Morgantown. Not ideal! (PFB)

OSU-Kansas State in one infographic. (PFB)

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