Daily Bullets (June 5): Most Viewed of the Week, Tough Day for OSU on the Diamond

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Scores

Baseball: UCSB 14, Pokes 4
Softball: James Madison 2, Cowgirls 1


Three Thoughts

Pokes lose in the regional opener and the Cowgirls drop one to the underdogs that beat OU in round one

With the loss, the Cowboys face elimination Saturday at 3 p.m. CT against the loser of Friday night’s tilt between Arizona and Grand Canyon. OSU went 2-0-1 against Grand Canyon this season.

[PFB]

These three thoughts on the loss were good.

Cowgirls dropped a game to JMU yesterday – and get away from the Sooners in the bracket.

The loss moves the Cowgirls to the other side of the WCWS bracket. OSU will play the winner of Saturday’s game between Florida State and Arizona at 8:30 p.m. Saturday.

[PFB]

All the basketball recruiting updates you can handle – it’s just amazing how many conversations with four-stars Cowboy Basketball is in

Two Quotes

Josh Holliday shoots it straight after the loss:

“Today was not our day. We did not put a good game together,” OSU baseball coach Josh Holliday said.

[O’Colly]

Gary Busey pulling for the Cowgirls:

One Question

• Will Spencer Sanders have:
– a better season because he’s a year older, has a more experienced offensive line (sans Teven Jenkins), and has his first returning position coach at QB or
– a worse season because Chuba Hubbard, Tylan Wallace, and Dillon Stoner are gone?

Most Viewed of the Week

• No. 1 OSU Baseball receives a No. 2 seed in Tucson Regional

• No. 2 Cowboys got past UT into the Big 12 title game

• No. 3 How Mike Gundy was ahead of college football

• No. 4 Pokes advance to the Big 12 Semifinals

• No. 5 Cowboy Golf were the only team below par after three rounds


Non-OSU Bullets

Getting things done when you have trouble doing so (loved the notes on the Pomodoro technique)
Weakness is the doorway to strength (faith-based, really good)

“There will never be a perfect time to do something that stretches you.

That’s true whether you are starting a business, having a child, changing careers, or wrestling with any number of challenges. That’s not a license to be reckless and never think things through, but at some point you have to embrace the uncertainty because it is the only path forward.

If you were ready for it, it wouldn’t be growth.”

James Clear

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