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Daily Bullets (September 30)



Leadership Course

This whole “slow start, strong finish” business in league play may just be the only way Oklahoma State knows how to compete.

“There are a lot of guys who were on this team last year, who understand being able to finish, continuing to fight,” Rudolph said. “There’s experience, there’s leadership and there’s carryover from last year you can pull from.”

A handful of fifth-year seniors have 2013’s experience to pull from, as well. [ESPN]

Sometimes it helps to get the monkey off your back and start playing with a chip on your shoulder.

Pressure Point

Before it’s officially dead at 7pm desert/Lubbock time, Football Study Hall pegged a big mistake on OSU’s part from the TCU game.

Oklahoma State scored 31 points because they have exceptional personnel, but they struggled to overstress the Frogs’ and force them to play in more space than they could adequately defend. [Football Study Hall]

Carson’s overture of getting the ball to Tyron in space could have been interesting – love it when teams try to supplement their struggling running game with a good, quick passing attack. Especially with all-satellite guys like Tyron.

OSU and NCAA Notes

Week Five of CFB broken down into tiers of interest levels….Five teams starting slow that could finish well (Longhorn Kool-Aid still laying around)….Quick breakdown of the three Big 12 games

Gameday. And this could be really fun.

Rickie rolling.

Worthy via relativity should be a thing.

Eat your hearts out.

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