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• Mike Boynton lands Moussa Cisse, a transfer who was originally a five-star recruit
– The school who had Big Country is the natural landing spot for “Big Africa”, right?
– Fun to think about: how stacked would the 2020 class have been with Cisse and Bryce Thompson?
– ESPN’s Jonathan Givony on Moussa Cisse is must-read stuff on the prospect
– He should be an incredible fit with Avery Anderson and Bryce Thompson with his size. He slots Kalib Boone and Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe more naturally into forward spots as well
• What needs to go right for OSU to compete for a Big 12 title this fall
• Everything Mike Gundy had to say yesterday at Big 12 Media Days.
• Mike Gundy now stands alone as the fourth-most tenured coach in college football:
(Ohio University’s Frank) Solich, 76, leaves the sport as the fourth-longest tenured coach at a single school, tying Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy. Solich was the oldest head coach in the sport.
• Talking with new OSU president Dr. Kayse Shrum at Big 12 football media days
• Two rule changes in place for college football: Horns Down rule and OSU’s monster big screen can’t be used for field goal distractions
• Serious firepower on Boynton’s rosters:
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