I’m back! After a week of submersing myself in Ryder Cup coverage, I’ll be with you for the remainder of 2018. Let’s get right to the news for today.
How Good is Tylan?
I enjoyed Mark Cooper writing about Tylan, what he’s done and how that compares to those who have gone before him.
Tylan Wallace caught four passes for 104 yards and a touchdown in the win over Kansas, numbers that actually caused his season averages to decline. He became the second underclassman in OSU history to surpass 100 yards receiving in four consecutive games. Justin Blackmon is the first. [Tulsa World]
Turmoil in Stillwater?
I always enjoy RA holding the media in one hand and OSU’s team and performance in the other. Anyway, he was pleased with how the offense played and thought Corndaddy looked great.
Fans last week continued to moan and groan about quarterback and how Taylor Cornelius is not the guy. The team needs a spark and Gundy needs to make a change at quarterback. Gundy has preached patience, almost self pep talked himself to be patient. Cornelius’ numbers are good, really good as far as third in the conference in passing and total offense going into the game. He slipped to fourth in total offense as OU’s Kyler Murray passed him, but he remains third in passing.
Amazing, with some radio mouths talking about disarray and conflict inside the walls of Oklahoma State football, especially the offense, the product on the field Saturday sure looked better than a week ago. [Go Pokes – $]
OSU and NCAA News
All the injury issues … Texas is ranked in the top 25 for the first time since 2012 (!) during Texas-OU week … OSU honors Bill Self, Kansas included Eddie Sutton in its preseason hype video … OU won Bedlam soccer on Sunday …
That white one is
— Cowboy Basketball (@OSUMBB) September 30, 2018
This is pretty great.
— Kyle Crutchmer (@KyleCrutchmer) September 30, 2018
This is also pretty great.
— Austin Taylor (@A_Tee15) October 1, 2018
Including Marcus Arroyo, the architect of the OSU running back room https://t.co/zK8L2tBelF
— Colin Johnston (@ColinDJohnston) September 30, 2018
What You Missed on PFB
- Game 5 grades from Marshall Scott
- Gundy responds about the Jalen McCleskey situation
- A look at the first full slate of B12 games. OU rolled. Texas squeaked by KSU. TCU barely beat Iowa State.
- The 10 best stats from Saturday’s win over KU.
More Stuff I’m Writing
- Europe won, yeah, but kind of just lost.
- Nobody has more Ryder Cup Ls than Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson
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