Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.
• Pokes get an afternoon kick time for the Big 12 opener in Ames (PFB)
• No clarity was provided on the OSU quarterback race this week – with no clarity on the race going into league play (PFB)
• South Alabama is missing its best receiver and a backup running back Saturday, Mike Gundy had high praise for the Jaguars in his weekly press conference:
“This is the most physical team we will play; this is the best team we’ll play up to this point,” Gundy said. “They’re physical. They’ve done a nice job. They’re a very aggressive defense. They want to hit you in the mouth.
• ProFootballFocus grades from Saturday’s game against Arizona State – not much quarterback separation (247 Sports)
• Majorly speculative – does Nebraska’s quarterback situation deteriorating impact Zane Flores? Just something to watch.
• Pokes are climbing the power rankings while they keep winning (HCS)
• Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are the new (old?) John Madden and Pat Summerall
• Pac12 Network and it’s assets/home impacting Oregon State/Washington State’s conference landing spot
• Mapping US billionaires by state