PFB - Daily Bullets (Aug. 9): Pokes Starting the Season Just Outside the Top Ten

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Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.

OSU Bullets


Oklahoma State is ranked No. 11 in the Coaches Poll


1️⃣1️⃣. Our highest preseason coaches poll ranking since 2017.

https://t.co/nlcoBZ4Tl4#DAT | #GoPokes pic.twitter.com/KBLN4YsYLR

— OSU Cowboy Football (@CowboyFB) August 8, 2022

• Mike Gundy’s brother resigned from coaching at OU – not remotely endorsing his behavior but what are the odds Cale Gundy could be an analyst for another Big 12 program by the start of college football?

• Love this – CBS says Oklahoma State is the “best college football team entering the 2022 season” in Oklahoma:


Oklahoma has a long history of success, but an external coaching hire for the first time since 1998 provides the narrow opening for Oklahoma State to control the state.

[CBS Sports]

A handful of Pokes made the PFF All-Big 12 Teams with Hunter Woodard being the only first-team player

• 247 Sports has Bedlam as one of the top-ten most anticipated games for this football season

Big Ten TV deal coming out soon by the sound of these reports – if NBC goes Big Ten, they probably don’t need the Big 12 for programming around Notre Dame:


Big Ten finalizing media rights deal w/Fox Sports, CBS & NBC, sources told @ActionNetworkHQ. 1st reported by @Ourand_SBJ. Unless there’s a last minute change, this will be 1st time in 40 years Big Ten football & basketball games will not be on ESPN, @Ourand_SBJ reports

— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) August 9, 2022
Non-OSU Bullets


• The quiet
Watched this movie recently – so stinking good:


Lots of “golfers as humans” from the weekend:


Some wholesome @RickieFowler content for your timeline. ❤️

(via @PGATOUR)pic.twitter.com/fOpbq0Vy3V

— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) August 5, 2022

"I'm a single child and I've found, at 65, three brothers."

After 16 years of golf coverage with CBS, Sir Nick Faldo says an emotional farewell.pic.twitter.com/QWDfdId9bT

— Front Office Sports (@FOS) August 7, 2022

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