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Daily Bullets (Sept. 21): Matthew Wolff Knocked on the Door, Cowboys’ Absurd Start to 2020 Season



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OSU Bullets

Matthew Wolff came up just short at the U.S. Open, finishing second in just his second major 

• Berry Tramel nailed the absolute absurdity of how the 2020 Cowboy Football season started on Saturday

How’s Spencer Sanders doing? Mike Gundy will surely be asked at today’s media availability but here’s what he had to say Saturday: 

A team spokesman called it a lower extremity injury, and coach Mike Gundy said he doesn’t think the injury is serious. “I haven’t visited with anybody medically other than them telling me during the game that he wouldn’t be back today,” Gundy said after the game. “So I don’t really have information on him at this time.” [TulsaWorld]

The rumor during the game was that it was hip-related but Robert Allen walked that back on the radio, it was just an observation he made, not what he was told. Everything reported is an ankle issue but nobody is sure how bad it is. 

LD Brown’s play over the weekend was terrific – really hoping he uses all of his eligibility and starts next year. 

• The OSU football documentary on ESPN (“Our Time”) is running as long as the season goes, per the Tulsa World

Pokes fell in the AP Poll this week 

• Oklahoma State checks in at No. 323 in WSJ’s top college rankings

• If you’re looking for reasons for optimism for (however short lived) the Shane Illingworth era, here she is: 

Non-OSU Bullets

Miami and Denver have nailed it without lottery picks
• Been reading this faith-based book on Saturday mornings, chapter nine on God’s wisdom and power was absolutely incredible

Not at all a political statement but I’m excited to watch Jim Carrey play Joe Biden on SNL this fall: 

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