Daily Bullets (Apr. 27): Previewing OSU’s Baseball Regional Position, OSU’s Next Rover

Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.

OSU Bullets

• A former Cowboy Big landed back home in Texas via the portal (PFB)

• D1Baseball.com has the Pokes as a No. 2 seed in a regional back east – Pokes have some work to do (D1Baseball.com)

• The Pokes landed a stud defender for the 2024 class on Sunday – and he’s set to fill a key role in the Cowboy defense when he comes of age:

(Landyn) Cleveland has stated that Oklahoma State plans to use him as a rover in Nardo’s 3-3-5 scheme, and that should fit Cleveland’s talents. He has made plays in the passing game, as evidenced by three interceptions playing deep zone in 2022, but his bread and butter lies in playing forward as a downhill defender.

[247 Sports]

Cowboy Golf slid to finish fifth in the Big 12 Men’s Golf Championships while Jonas Baumgartner finished eight strokes back from the individual winner alone in second place (GolfStat)

Cowgirl Golf is headed back to Texas for Regionals as the No. 4 seed in San Antonio (OKState.com)

• “You don’t have to try to make a great play…big plays happen when perfect technique meets opportunity, not when you press it.”

Non-OSU Bullets

• Colorado’s transfer portal exodus is historic, expected and risky
Routines vs. Rituals – why both are needed

This one was pretty good – “Hi Child Protective Services? Yes, my dad is trying to suck my brain out through my nose.”