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High Noon Highlights (10/2): Rickie Fowler contributes big in President’s Cup victory and more!

Time for your daily dose of OSU news!

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Rickie Fowler helps with U.S. win at Presidents Cup:

Rickie Fowler played some great golf this week in New York City. He posted and unbeaten record at the President’s Cup finishing 3-0-1, and the U.S. secured a 19-11 victory over the international team. In his singles round on Sunday, Fowler had a 6-and-4 victory over Emiliano Grillo. On Thursday, Fowler played on a team with Spring Break buddy Justin Thomas. Thomas and Fowler posted a 3-and-2 victory over Louis Oosthuizen and Braden Grace.

Oklahoma State Stays Steady

After a thrilling victory in Lubbock, the Cowboys keep their No. 15 position in the AP Poll and their No. 14 position in the Coaches’ Poll.

In the AP Poll, Alabama still remains top dog at No. 1. Clemson sits at No. 2, OU stays at No. 3 after a bye week, Penn State keeps their No. 4 spot and and Georgia moves from No. 7 to No. 5.

Other Big 12 schools on the list include TCU at No. 8 after moving up a spot and West Virginia at No. 23.

Reports- Yurcich on list for UTEP head coach job:

ESPN’s Adam Rittenburg tweeted yesterday that Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich is on the list to replace Sean Kugler at the University of Texas - El Paso.

Mason Rudolph wins Big 12 Player of the Week:

After a five-touchdown night in Lubbock, Mason Rudolph has earned Offensive Player of the Week for the second time this season. The Heisman-hopeful slung three touchdowns through the air to go along with the 376 yards (and a pick-six). Rudolph also used his legs to score two more touchdowns, including a 16-yard touchdown scramble to take the lead for good.

Homecoming game time announced:

The Homecoming festivities kick off at 9 a.m. Saturday with the Sea of Orange Parade. Then the game against Baylor will kick off at 2:30 p.m. CST and will be televised on Fox Sports 1.

That's all for today folks. Please keep those affected by the the horrors in Las Vegas in your thoughts and prayers.