Daily Bullets (May 27): Decision Time for a Four-Star Lineman, Cowboy Basketball's Historical Struggle in Presidents

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The Daily Bullets are brought to you by Hoboken Coffee: Perfectly Roasted in Historic Guthrie. Two Bags Ship Free. Order Now! OSU Bullets • Today, OSU shows down with two SEC powers for a four-star guard prospect from the Houston area. Four-star offensive line prospect Jaeden Roberts will make his college commitment on Wednesday between Oklahoma State, Auburn and Alabama. The Houston North Shore product has been high on Oklahoma State from the jump but the recent offer from Auburn may have thrown a wrench into OSU’s plans to pull one of the best offensive guard prospects from the state. [PFB] • Kyle Boone took a stab at the Chuba Hubbard-mystery tweet scenario • You’ve heard this statistic in a number of ways – OSU’s irrelevance between Hank Iba and Eddie Sutton – here it is from a presidential perspective. The John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter presidencies began and ended without the Cowboys having played a single game as a ranked basketball team. [TulsaWorld]   • Cowboy Baseball had an All-American in their shortened season • Interesting idea – Iowa State is allowing 30k fans in for football games (22k season ticket holders) •…