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Let's Get Pasted: 10/11/2010 Links


Let's Get Pasted is a place where we periodically post a collection of links, quick thoughts, and hopefully one day, a haiku.


Orange-circle_medium A random stat to get this going:  Under Mike Gundy, prior to this season, Oklahoma State is 9-22 when they go into halftime with a manageable deficit (14 or less).  This year, they are 3-0.

Orange-circle_medium No. 20 OSU Travels To Texas Tech - OKLAHOMA STATE OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
Preliminary Tech game stuff from the official site.

Orange-circle_medium That Sports Girl: College Football......Boone Pickens Style...Trust Me, It's Good
A great blog entry of some Dallas sports girl who got to spend the day of the A&M game with Boone.

Orange-circle_medium The Associated Press: Oral Roberts U. hires Sean Sutton as adviser

Orange-circle_medium FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Cover-3: Saturday Night Special
A description of the history and the interworkings of the pistol offense.  I am including this under Oklahoma State links because I really liked when we ran out of the pistol on Friday.  It feels like a perfect fit for the personnel we have.  It gives Kendall the ability to run more downhill, while still allowing Weeden the space he needs and encouraging him to be a little more mobile.  I like it... I hope to see more of it.  More on this in future posts.



Orange-circle_medium Five Questions | Gearing up for Oklahoma St. - Double-T Nation
Tech fans are starting to sharpen their tortillas.

Orange-circle_medium Ten-Team FBS Playoff, A Proposal in Two Parts - Bring On The Cats
Interesting look at a BCS fix

Orange-circle_medium A Very Mini Big 12 Basketball Preview - Rock Chalk Talk
I like the quadrant chart in this article that balanced returning minutes with Pomeroy Rating. It's weird that I would like a chart.



Orange-circle_medium Post Game Chatter: Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda - And The Valley Shook
What else, some LSU shit talking. This LSU season is turning into one of the more fascinating ongoing storylines I can remember in recent college football.  I am starting to look forward to LSU games more than Oklahoma State games.