Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.
• As per usual, the Sunday Bullets did a terrific job of compiling content after Saturday’s win
• Dominic Richardson feels a bit more Desmond Roland circa 2014 carrying the load in the absence of a dominant runner than Justice Hill or Chuba Hubbard who were threats to go the distance but he’s certainly earned primary ball-carrier status:
(Richardson) had 19 carries for 67 yards, two receptions for 24 yards and one giiiiiiiigantic touchdown late to effectively seal the win. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Jackson and Gordon get more work as the season progresses, but Richardson is the clear No. 1 and he’s earned the majority of the reps at RB with the way he has played this season.
• Will there be two two-loss teams in Arlington for the championship game?
The only team that I can see getting there without more than one loss at this point is Oklahoma State, but its sample size is a bit small at the moment and I’m thinking we might see them drop a game or two along the way. The Big 12 race should easily be the most intriguing of the Power Five conferences.
• Yesterday was a tough day for former Cowboy offensive coordinator Sean Gleeson who was shown the door from his in-state Scarlet Knights
• Analyzing the Cowboys’ basketball roster
• Another tough weekend for former Cowboy Matt Ammendola – have to think this may be one of his last chances after the Chief’s debacle
• It’s fun to look back on these old pics from Lewis Field in the 80’s and 90’s: