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Daily Bullets (September 6)



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We’re having some trouble with iTunes right now, but Carson Cunningham and I taped our first podcast on Friday. You can listen to it here. (PFB)

Five things we learned in OSU’s opening game. As many true freshmen played as seniors started. (NewsOK)

Loved this by Kyle Boone on Central Michigan game superlatives. (PFB)

Mike Gundy: “I saw Darrion get rid of a blocker and make a play. That was exciting for us. On those plays, he didn’t look like a freshman. (Tulsa World)

Jordan Sterns: “We’re trying to be the best safety unit in the country.” (NewsOK)

The play of the offensive line was really what alarmed me. They got beaten up front in the running game too many times. Oklahoma State’s offense has always been predicated on establishing balance. So if the line doesn’t get better, the Cowboys are going to have problems. (ESPN)

Robert Allen breaks down the playcalling and wants you to know he’s only here to give his opinion based on the facts. (Go Pokes)

Good post on just how much OSU’s depth is helping its team on the defensive side of the ball. (NewsOK)

The five best quotes from the OSU-Central Michigan game. (PFB)

So really, the key to better offense, based on the Central Michigan game, is for OSU to batten down the most basic of its plays. The slants and the curls and the simple out patterns that are the staple of the Air Raid. (NewsOK)

Recruiting news

Nick Starkel went to the OU game last night … and wore orange and black. Stillwater is already falling in love with him. (PFB)

Around the country

Tyreek Hill ran two punts back for touchdowns on Saturday. (PFB)

Ooooh, Texas. (LGG)

BYU beat Nebraska on a Hail Mary and this take is the best take.

Other sports

Travis Ford (ALLEGEDLY) promised Stevie Clark a Camaro and made him take drugs. (PFB)

OSU golf, back? (okstate)

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