Daily Bullets (Dec. 22): Cowboys' Woes Continue Without Isaac Likekele

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The Cowboys got smoked in Tulsa on Saturday night and have just one more game before Big 12 play starts. Let’s hope they get Isaac Likekele back soon. Bullets Rundown • Possible replacement for Dunn • Chuba gets a warm Canadian welcome • A fun moment for Glenn Spencer • A former OSU hooper makes most of first NFL game OSU Bullets • Rashaun to OSU?: Bill Haisten puts forth a couple of candidates to fill Kasey Dunn’s vacated position at Oklahoma State. A 2004 NFL first-round pick of the San Francisco 49ers, Woods was an assistant coach at Oklahoma City’s Millwood High School (his alma mater) and Star Spencer. In 2013-19, he was the head coach at OKC John Marshall. This year, he became the head man at Enid. [Tulsa World] I don’t hate the idea and it’s almost obvious enough to work. We know Rashaun can coach due to his success at the high school level, and we know he knows the position, but can he recruit receivers at the level of Dunn? Can anyone? • Chuba is honored in Edmonton. 29 goals, 89 points, 1,936 rushing yards & 21 touchdowns for these three so far this season.…

I’m beginning to worry that Likekele and Oklahoma State are being investigated for a basketball recruiting violation. Has anyone confirmed his reason for missing games?

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I thought Likelele would definitely start the Minny game. That was painful to watch, changed the channel before the first half was over. He has to be ready by now, albeit he might gas a bit and needs time to build up his wind.

Rashaun Woods would be a very good addiction to the staff. I’m sure he’d be a very good recruiter!!!

I haven’t heard that, but to be out this long it’s not the flu…mono is the only thing I could think of

I think it’s most likely mono and he’s being held out for safety reasons.

If it’s mono why would they let him sit on the bench? :thinking: :hot_face: :sob:

Mono often causes an enlarged spleen, which can be dangerous when playing a contact sport. Most likely, he’s no longer contagious but is being held out for his own safety. He also probably needs to get back in game shape before getting back on the court.

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