Daily Bullets (July 21): Chad Weiberg’s Plan, OSU Defense is the New OSU Offense

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OSU Bullets

• Athletic director Chad Weiberg laid out his five-year vision for OSU sports

Spencer Sanders is taking it easy concerning new NIL rules in place – guy’s obviously holding out for Bass Pro Shops. Here’s the goal in endorsements: $1M

• Something bizarre about the 2021 Cowboy Football team – I’m more excited to see the defense on the field than the offense. Two guys on the Bednarik watch list!

The defense carried the Cowboys for stretches last season and heads into Jim Knowles’ fourth year as coordinator. Two of the biggest boosts for OSU were linebacker Malcolm Rodriguez and safety Kolby Harvell-Peel choosing to return.


It’s the first time since Tim Beckman left for Toledo that a defensive coordinator was even rumored to have been looked at for other jobs.

Funny rabbit trail – Tim Beckman was the OSU DC in 2007 to 2008. When he took over as head coach at Toledo, his offensive coordinator was Iowa State’s Matt Campbell.

Bedlam is likely to be a top-five game in the Big 12 this season for these reasons

• These Cowboy freshmen could be fun to watch this fall

• The Cowboys’ bearded pitcher is headed to play for the Giants after being drafted in the 17th:

• Nothing but blue turf and beer for the Cowboy fans who make the trek northwest in September:

Non-OSU Bullets

Terrific (faith-based) take on daughters and dating – ordered this manual after reading
• How to get out of your own head (for stuck thoughts)

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