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OSU Bullets

Spencer Sanders is set to play on Saturday, making his season debut against to Tulsa

Did the Oklahoma schools (OSU included) have lousy openers or are they in line for lousy seasons? Drifting towards the latter.

• CBS’ Dennis Dodd had the scoop on how much money OSU and fellow Big 12 schools are likely to get under the new TV deals:

First, the Big 12 will grow back to 12. Then it will begin to find its revenue worth. Industry sources have put the new per-team revenue at $20 million-$25 million per year. While that would be a huge boost for the AAC teams emigrating to the Big 12 — those schools make only $7 million per year — the existing Big 12 schools would have reduce their bottom lines by about a third, coming down from $37 million in annual media rights payouts.

[CBS Sports]

I’m confused about how TV revenue works – this article is saying the Big 12 members will nearly be made whole. Something is rotten in the state of Denmark. Bonus Tidbit: detail on BYU’s exit path here

Several OSU alums are playing (set to play) in the NFL this weekend

• The Texas Tech AD hinted the Big 12 may be in line for multiple rounds of expansion

PFB picked the Tulsa game, Pokes are favored by a couple of scores

• Look for some news this AM on new teams:

Non-OSU Bullets

• Playing out the idea that the only “source of knowledge is experience”
• Pretty good Dallas Cowboys’ preview from TexasMonthly
• This (faith-based) call to dwelling on the good is a challenge

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