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Thursday March 28th, 2013

Clint Chelf can be seen here demonstrating his powers of dematerialization. (AP) Clint Chelf can be seen here demonstrating his powers of dematerialization. (AP)

A thing we like: Coaches being frank about the relative strengths of their players. From Oklahoma State's latest practice report, here's Mike Gundy:

"Our quarterbacks will run the ball based on who is in there. J.W. Walsh will do it because he's really good at it and Clint Chelf is better and more effective at it than you think. Clint runs and doesn't look good doing it, then you look up and he has 12 yards when you thought he had three. So, he's more effective at it. If Wes Lunt is in, we aren't going to do it a lot. It's not rocket science to figure out that's not what he does." Refreshing, no?

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