2020 SF Cade Cunningham Signs with OSU

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Nov 22, 2010
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IDK how this hasn't been posted on the main board yet...The number 2 prospect in the country and 5 Star Cade Cunningham has committed to Oklahoma State!!

GAME. CHANGER.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1191867341103095808
 
Dec 21, 2008
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This better get 10,000+ likes, hearts, award emojis, thumbs ups etc. this is a decade long program changer!!! Not even the pressure to be a one and done superstar but to get butts in seats, force people from OKC and Tulsa to drive 90 miles on a weeknight, get students to enjoy another college sport & tailgate in the cold but just the WE DID IT and can move forward as a program!!!
 
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This better get 10,000+ likes, hearts, award emojis, thumbs ups etc. this is a decade long program changer!!! Not even the pressure to be a one and done superstar but to get butts in seats, force people from OKC and Tulsa to drive 90 miles on a weeknight, get students to enjoy another college sport & tailgate in the cold but just the WE DID IT and can move forward as a program!!!
Cunningham is a talent you'll want to say you saw in person. Be there!
 
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This better get 10,000+ likes, hearts, award emojis, thumbs ups etc. this is a decade long program changer!!! Not even the pressure to be a one and done superstar but to get butts in seats, force people from OKC and Tulsa to drive 90 miles on a weeknight, get students to enjoy another college sport & tailgate in the cold but just the WE DID IT and can move forward as a program!!!
I agree. So my hot take is that I really hope Boyton can coach him to be the No.1 overall pick like he’s projected. If We are terrible and his draft stock falls that could really hurt recruiting for the next 10 years.

It’s like getting the keys to a Ferrari and then someone telling you to learn how to drive it.


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dbt974s

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I agree. So my hot take is that I really hope Boyton can coach him to be the No.1 overall pick like he’s projected. If We are terrible and his draft stock falls that could really hurt recruiting for the next 10 years.

It’s like getting the keys to a Ferrari and then someone telling you to learn how to drive it.


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Sheesh man, don’t go there already. This is probably the best day for OSU hoops in 10+ years. Take a deep breath, smile and enjoy it.
 

jetman

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Nov 27, 2004
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I know that's the narrative, but the Thunder are probably more fun to watch so far this season than in the past several seasons. It's a shame there are so many empty seats at their games.
Well, any success they are having right now will probably be traded off for more future picks.
 

PokeJ

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This better get 10,000+ likes, hearts, award emojis, thumbs ups etc. this is a decade long program changer!!! Not even the pressure to be a one and done superstar but to get butts in seats, force people from OKC and Tulsa to drive 90 miles on a weeknight, get students to enjoy another college sport & tailgate in the cold but just the WE DID IT and can move forward as a program!!!
I agree. So my hot take is that I really hope Boyton can coach him to be the No.1 overall pick like he’s projected. If We are terrible and his draft stock falls that could really hurt recruiting for the next 10 years.

It’s like getting the keys to a Ferrari and then someone telling you to learn how to drive it.


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We’ll just blame Gundy.


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Nov 6, 2010
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Someone needs to resurrect some of the fire holder threads from right after the Underwood departure. Be there are some dandy posts for us all to reflect on. :):)
 
Dec 28, 2006
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I agree. So my hot take is that I really hope Boyton can coach him to be the No.1 overall pick like he’s projected. If We are terrible and his draft stock falls that could really hurt recruiting for the next 10 years.

It’s like getting the keys to a Ferrari and then someone telling you to learn how to drive it.


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You see how he developed Solomon in one year? You see how he swept Kansas with some, well, "guys". The man can coach.