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Daily Bullets (Sept. 25): Most Viewed of the Week, We’ll Cross Kansas State’s Goal and We’ll Sing Oklahoma State

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Scores (Missed on Friday)

Women’s Soccer: Baylor 2, Cowgirls 1
Softball: Cowgirls 23, Seminole State 0


Three Thoughts

Everything you need to know about today’s game against Kansas State – and what an evening for a game in Stillwater.

• CRFF made the case for Spencer Sanders and it’s not a bad one. The thing that’s hard to stomach was from this line that’s completely true:

Just because the offense is struggling doesn’t mean it would improve at all under (Shane) Illingworth or (Gunnar) Gundy.

[CRFF]

• Man, the OSU offense is a hard nut to crack. Why not trust the young receivers more? Two reasons seem apparent:

  1. Spencer Sanders’ ability to get them the ball and their ability to catch it.
  2. Running the ball against Boise State seems like a good plan because your line talent is probably better than theirs is.

We should be surprised to see Spencer Sanders throw the ball less than 20 times when (#2) isn’t the case.

Two Quotes

• This quote from Carolina Panthers coach Matt Rhule on Chuba Hubbard’s play was encouraging:

“I told Chuba at halftime, ‘That’s why we drafted you, man.’ I thought Chuba was outstanding,” said Rhule. “At the end of the half, we didn’t give him a ton of chances, but I thought he got in there at the end and made some key runs.”

[PFB]

• Games with K-State over the Gundy area have generally been a blast – competitive and fun.

One Question

• If you had to pick one (non-OU) team to join a new conference with, who would it be?

K-State would be at the top of my list from a viewing enjoyment standpoint. A Texas team – maybe TCU – would be the team from an “I’d like to still be able to pitch recruits that we’re playing them” aspect.

Most Viewed of the Week

• No. 1 Ten Thoughts on OSU’s Win over Boise State

• No. 2 Social Media Reaction to the Boise State win

• No. 3 Gundy says Tre Sterling is out for the Season

• No. 4 Depth Chart Changes ahead of K-State

• No. 5 Mike Gundy talks about the Unusual Start to the Season


Non-OSU Bullets

• The goldilocks fallacy
• There’s always a last time
• The influence game (faith-based)

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