Daily Bullets (Oct. 26): K-State QB Injury Update, Pokes Open as Underdogs (Again)

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OSU Bullets

Kansas State’s starting quarterback will be a game-time decision for Saturday’s game

• OSU’s highest-rated commit in the next football recruiting class opened up his recruitment yesterday

• Pretty wild that the top-ten Cowboys will be an underdog for the third straight week

Previewing what matters in the K-State game in a paragraph:

Battle of attrition upcoming in Manhattan, with both teams suffering from key injuries. The difference might be at quarterback. Gundy reported late Saturday that Spencer Sanders (shoulder) felt better against Texas than at TCU the previous week, and Chris Klieman doesn’t know about Martinez’s (leg?) status.


Jason Taylor is a semi-finalist for the defensive back of the year award

• Looking at the value of coaching in how the Cowboys did just that to the Longhorns

Brennan Presley just hanging out at the Stillwater YMCA with some kids – who wouldn’t want their daughter to date this guy?

• Previewing and predicting the OSU/K-State game

• OSU plays in an awful lot of fun football games – what a perk for fans:

• The shadow of Jim Knowles looms large over this Cowboy defense:

Non-OSU Bullets

• Love seeing OKC at the top of the Wemby Rankings (NBA)
• How contempt is the silent sin that kills the Christian heart (faith-based)

Sad update here with the passing of former OSU President Jim Halligan: