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Daily Bullets (Sept. 19): Who Ranked the Pokes Highest and Lowest, What We Learned in Non-Conference Play

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

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

The Bullet Twins recently turned five, Mrs. Bullets and I took them to their first game at BPS Saturday – eight thumbs up.


Scores

Women’s Soccer: Cowgirls 2, Brown 0
Men’s Golf: Finished seventh at Olympia Fields


OSU Bullets

• After shellacking a SWAC opponent, the Pokes drop a spot in both the Coaches and AP polls – Here’s where other Big 12 teams are in the AP

• After losing to the Pokes last week and Eastern Michigan this week, Arizona State’s Herman Edwards was fired yesterday.

On a related note – keep an eye out for Cowboy defensive coordinator Derek Mason for the head coach opening. He’s a name listed, not on a shortlist, but as a viable candidate.

• This is fascinating – seeing what media members have the Pokes highest and lowest:

  • Don Williams of Lubbock Avalanche has the Pokes at No. 22 (!!!)
  • Zack Klein of a Georgia TV station has the Pokes at number five

• This comparison of Spencer Sanders between 2022 and 2021 is encouraging:

Three games into the 2022 season, Spencer Sanders is responsible for 13 touchdowns. Three games into the 2021 season, Sanders had six touchdowns. He didn’t hit 13 in 2021 until the seventh game of the year.

[PFB]

• How can you not be romantic about football? Gunnar Gundy on how it’s a dream come true to be throwing touchdown passes at Oklahoma State

Fun story about a massive OSU-themed grill, a tailgate, and an incredible family from Tulsa

• Pretty solid that the Pokes are top-three in the nation at tackles for loss at this point:

Malcolm Rodriguez led the Lions in tackles in a win yesterday:


Non-OSU Bullets

• The science behind fall foliage – with a map helping predict the change of leaves across the US
• Don’t look now but after a 3-0 start and a third attempt at a football stadium renovation brewing, Kansas could have a respectable football program brewing

Thinking in decades avoids a lot of bad behavior.

If you think about relationships lasting decades, you’ll often handle the current moment differently. This works for co-workers, partners, suppliers, customers, friends, etc.

Think twice before you interrupt time.

[Farnam Street]
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