Daily Bullets (Feb. 20): Mike Gundy on TikTok, Bill Snyder Teams (Roughly) Equal Gundy Teams

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I’m not sure I understand the purpose of TikTok (#olds) but Mike Gundy making an appearance with some bball players is content I’m up for. Bullets Rundown • Pokes make ESPN’s preseason top 15 • X’s and O’s of an awesome Chuba play • Bill Snyder teams roughly equal Gundy teams Scores • MG: Cowboys finished fifth at the Prestige OSU Bullets • ESPN has the Cowboys at No. 12 in their too early-top 25 for 2020. With 10 starters expected to return on defense, the team should continue to improve in 2020, especially if it gets more from the front four. OSU added Missouri grad transfer Christian Holmes, who started 12 games at cornerback for the Tigers. [ESPN] When the hope is that a unit can just improve – and not prove themselves – that’s a great sign. OSU’s truly stable quarterback play and marginal improvement on the defensive line away from double-digit wins. • Incredibly grateful for Ragusa breaking down Chuba Hubbard’s most-frequent runs: the inside and outside zone runs • These comments about Bill Snyder-coached teams sounded eerily similar to Mike Gundy-coached teams. Bill Snyder’s teams were designed to win football games in a particular fashion. He…

Eerily similar in no way to get rid of them till they just walk away. If Gundy stays as long as Snyder, no changes till 2043.

OSU is able to recruit better than KSU. I agree both teams play above their talent level, but I feel like KSU played ball control in a way to shorten the game and minimize the talent gap. OKST has legitimately had some superstars at RB, WR, QB (not saying KSU hasn’t) but OSU seems to have athleticism that KST does not