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Daily Bullets (Sept. 25): Next Step for the Cowboy Offense, No Decision on Starting QB for K-State

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OSU’s bye week is already here – let’s settle in for an early fall break from Cowboy Football.

OSU Bullets

If Alan Bowman won OSU’s quarterback job Saturday, Mike Gundy isn’t saying (Sellout Crowd)

• Tracking Kasey Dunn’s quest to average 25 points per game (in honor of Iowa’s Brian Ferentz) – Current number: 61 points down, 264 to go (assuming OSU makes a bowl game) The offense needs to average 29.3 points per game to land in the top 85 of last year’s scoring offenses.

• The Cowboy offense took a step in Ames after scoring seven points against South Alabama (that lost to Central Michigan). But the next step still looms for the Pokes to be successful offensively.

Mike Gundy’s decision to go with a solo quarterback, Alan Bowman, worked reasonably well. But outside of Ollie Gordon’s 71-yard run, the OSU running game remained unproductive. And now the defense has collapsed against an offense that appeared to be the Big 12’s worst.

This is shaping up as a long, long season in Stillwater.


An update from how games went this weekend all over the Big 12 (PFB)

• ICYMI – Ten Thoughts and video interviews from post-Iowa State game

• Alan Bowman’s play was comparable to BYU’s Kedon Slovis for framing statistically.

Non-OSU Bullets

• What will your home teach (faith-based)

Poor guy:

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