Daily Bullets (Dec. 21): Early Signing Day Recap, Countering the NFL Setup for College Football

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Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news. Scores WBB: Cowgirls 87, Utah Tech 61MBB: Cowboys 76, Wofford 70 OSU Bullets • Early Signing Day Recap – Quarterback Maealiuaki Smith was the last to sign – The Cowboys flipped a TCU commit– Mike Gundy talked about the class • Mike Boynton’s crew took out a Southern Conference opponent yesterday, extend their winning streak to three games (PFB) • Fascinating point here by Berry Tramel countering Mike Gundy’s (and most of the public’s) notion that college football will turn into a 30-team affair: Gundy predicts an eventual pro-style model, with 30-something schools set up very much like the National Football League. I tend to disagree with him, because big-spending college football programs don’t have the stomach for big-time losing. They always will need the next class or two of programs to provide easy opponents to fatten up records. [Sellout Crowd] • Cowboys seem to be in the driver’s seat for another recruit committing very soon – a cornerback from St. Louis (247 Sports) • Jaylen Warren holding his Steelers’ teammate accountable – continues to be a solid culture guy (CBS Sports) • Pretty impressive that…