Daily Bullets (April 27)


first_imgFootball NewsJake Trotter says Jhajuan Seales is the fastest player at OSU. [ESPN]How important is having an elite kickoff guy, and does OSU have one? [PFB]Robert Allen on why Emmanuel Ogbah’s stock has dropped so much (I didn’t know it had). [PFB]Dabo got almost $1M to play for the title last year? [CBS]A look at how OSU’s first round picks have fared recently. Not great! [Tulsa World]I feel like you could copy/paste this and fill in the year. [CRFF]Mike Gundy on the importance of virtual reality in recruiting. [PFB]Baylor Scandal (?)This column on Baylor is sort of a fire take but it’s also interesting. How many victims until we deem this a culture? Seems like we’re there. [Star-Telegram]The police *probably* didn’t tell Baylor about the Shawn Oakman incident though. As a coach (and I’m talking about all coaches, Gundy included, isn’t it wise to go to your local PD and say, “tell me literally every time you pick up or question a football player”?) [Yahoo]Also … seems like a good time to bring this back up. [PFB]Finally, yikes!The irony of @Baylor’s now-deleted tweet is delicious in the best kind of way. pic.twitter.com/Db2Xcuqque— Mike Harris (@TheMikeHarris) April 13, 2016 Hoops NewsUnderwood loves to talk about playing “tough” defense, and clearly this is a situation where outstanding D could be not just welcome but mandatory. Oklahoma State didn’t even score a point per possession during Big 12 play in 2015-16. [ESPN – $]The greatest press conference in Thunder history. [NewsOK]Hey, you forgot to mention that we’re also recruiting this guy! [CBS]Baseball NewsOSU lost a tough one to Arkansas on Tuesday. [SEC]Baseball team throws down the running man. [PFB]Recruiting NewsThe areas that need to be addressed in 2017 recruiting. [PFB]No Alpha Diallo for Brad Underwood. Bummer. Could have been splashy. [PFB]More stuff I’m readingReal men reading real tweets to real women. Intense. [Big Lead]I have an idea on how to save the media once and for all. [Medium]In an age of privilege, not everyone is in the same boat. [NYT]If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img

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