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Daily Bullets (Sept. 6): Some Spencer Heisman Hype, Short and Sweet on the Sun Devils

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OSU Bullets

• For those unfamiliar with the Cowboys’ second opponent coming this weekend – here’s an excellent, short summary to catch you up on what to expect when the Sun Devils come to town:

Herm Edwards brings Arizona State to OSU Saturday night. The Sun Devils are a bit of a mess right now. I don’t think the Cowboys will have too much trouble disposing of them.

[TulsaWorld]

Spencer Sanders was named the Big 12 offensive player of the week after torching the Central Michigan Chippewas – named the HCS offensive player of the week as well

• This CFB writer has Spencer Sanders as his Heisman runner-up to this point – Mike Gundy’s comments this summer should have signaled Sanders’ comfort in the offense and a coming consistency:

The first thing (Mike Gundy) said was about four-year starting quarterback Spencer Sanders: “Spencer is good at playing fast. His improvement in that area, with his close-to-perfection in our style of offense and understanding. … He can make really good decisions quickly, which is difficult for a defense to defend.

And then: “He knows what we do better than the other team knows what they do in stopping us. My point being, he’s so good at our offense he can do it really, really, really fast.”

[TulsaWorld]

Everything Mike Gundy had to say at his weekly presser yesterday

Peep the updated depth chart going into the Arizona State game

• Bit of a head turner yesterday on realignment – Mike Gundy continues to beat the drum that the Big 12 is doing just fine when you compare them to the Pac-12, going so far as to say “the Big 12 is going to grow.”

• It’s early but I love that Jaylen Warren and Mason Rudolph are sitting at No. 2 at their respective positions on the Steelers’ depth chart:


Non-OSU Bullets

NFL power rankings going into week one – not encouraging as a Dallas Cowboys fan
• Hoping this take on focusing gets me through my first week back from vacation

Sometimes it benefits us to be passive: to allow life to come to us and unfold without force.

Other times it benefits us to be aggressive: to bend the world to our will and actively shape the life we want.

Are you being too passive or too aggressive right now?

James Clear

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