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The Morning Fade – 5.2.11

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PFB favorite Bubba Watson won the Zurich Classic last weekend, Charles Howell finished 13th, Rickie Fowler finished 26th, and Michael Bradley finished 46th. Chris Tidland failed to make the cut. (PGA Tour)

Kendall Hunter on the draft: “I play every game with a chip on my shoulder. I use it as motivation.” (News OK)

Brandon Chatmon breaks down the schedule which, coincidentally, we will also be doing later today. (News OK)

An Oklahoma State grad won the OKC marathon. (okstate.com)

Ubben with a good Big 12 draft wrap-up including a few final (but not final at all, really) thoughts on the Kendall Hunter DeMarco Murray debate. (ESPN)

In your “wait, WHAT HAPPENED?!” story of the OSU weekend, R.W. McQuarters looks to be all right after getting shot in the back. If you would have told me “hey, a former multi-positional football player from OSU got shot in Tulsa last weekend” I would have said “Prentiss, duh” and I would have been wrong. (News OK)

Great article on Tony Allen with this great quote from him about wanting to fight Matt Bonner in the first round: “I wanted to, but I didn’t want to give money (a fine) back to the NBA” (Commercial Appeal)

How about Brad Propst tossing a complete game 6-hitter and it not lowering his ERA? (okstate.com)

Lastly, great updates on all the Bin Laden stuff being posted here on WSJ.

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