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The Morning Fade 11.22.10



Brandon Chatmon on the recruitment of Broyles and Blackmon – Yeah, throw Dez’s Sr. year in there and OSU could have had the most prolific trio of wideouts in college football history.

Matt Baker on OSU being a favorite this weekend – “But by embracing this season’s rare role as a Bedlam favorite and knocking off their rival for the first time under Gundy, the Cowboys can turn a great season into a historic one.”

John Klein running his mouth about OUs greatness again – “Besides the Big 12 South title (OSU has already clinched at least a tie and OU can get a piece of it by winning), there are a number of all-Big 12 spots likely up for grabs. And we’re talking important spots on the all-Big 12 team like quarterback, offensive player of the year (both teams have several possibilities) and even All-American votes to be claimed.” – Oh, offensive player of the year is still up for grabs? I was unaware…I would have thought the best player in college football had already locked that up.

Phenomenal time-lapse video of Yankee Stadium becoming a football field – The coolest part is when night time rolls in and the clouds fly past the stadium. Amazing and eerie.

Stewart Mandel of SI on Bedlam this weekend – “It’s hard to believe, but Oklahoma State’s 48-14 win over Kansas gave the 10th-ranked Cowboys (10-1) the first 10-win regular season in the 110-year history of the program. (Bowl wins gave the school three 10-2 records in the 1980s.) Now comes the big one. No. 14 Oklahoma (9-2), fresh off a 53-24 beatdown at Baylor, comes to Stillwater on Saturday for a winner-takes-the-Big-12-South edition of Beldam. Receivers Justin Blackmon (OSU) and Ryan Broyles (OU) will take center stage.”

Oh yeah, we’re playing basketball too – “Maybe Ford was right, although we’ll never know, as Oklahoma State romped to a big early lead and routed the Colonels 76-56 Sunday before an estimated 4,000 at Gallagher-Iba Arena. For a Cowboys squad that had scuffled through games against Houston Baptist and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, it was their most complete game yet.”

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