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Daily Bullets (Sept. 9): Previewing the Offense, Three Questions for 2020

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OSU Bullets

PFB got an exclusive with the guy who was eating a turkey leg while “waving the wheat” – this is why blogs exist, folks

• Working my way through the OSU offensive preview from Tape Doesn’t Lie, two things I’ve liked so far: 

– Offensive balance isn’t run/pass, it’s getting the ball into the hands of a variety of playmakers

– The idea of moving back to what our offense looked like under Taylor Cornelius in 2017 (more than the limited version when Spencer Sanders was a redshirt freshman)

Lots more nuggets in there, I’d recommend you check it out if you want to dive into the Cowboy offense. 

• Here are three solid questions to chew on for the 2020 Cowboy Football season:

Can Oklahoma State play enough games for Chuba Hubbard to make it back-to-back 2,000-yard rushing seasons?
Will (Chuba) Hubbard and coach Mike Gundy sit down and tell a meaningful story about their tumultuously linked offseason?
Who is a better candidate: Hubbard for the Heisman Trophy or teammate Tylan Wallace for the Biletnikoff Award? [TulsaWorld]

OSU had a few players opt-out of the football season, Mike Gundy’s not sharing who they are

• Enjoy this clip of an article about Cowboy alum (and pitching coach) Rob Walton and how he coaches pitchers

• Pokes make the final three for a Utah safety:


Non-OSU Bullets

• I don’t love the assets the Thunder could get for Chris Paul from these three teams
Solid (convicting for me) take in the “curse of a godly wife” (faith-based)

Billy Donovan and the Thunder parted ways – and this is the most amicable firing/quitting story known to man: 

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