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High Noon Highlights (10/20): Oklahona State’s receivers are the best in the country

It’s high noon...here are your Oklahoma State sports highlights

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Wide Receiver U

It’s not surprising that Oklahoma State receivers are turning heads with big plays and touchdowns but they’re also grabbing the attention of scouts with their efficiency. Pro Football Focus highlights an array of statistics that are off the radar of the casual fan and James Washington and Marcell Ateman make the cut in the latest rankings of efficient receivers.

Tyreek Goes Deep

Former Oklahoma State speedster Tyreek Hill continued torching NFL secondaries, this time the Oakland Raiders were chasing the self-proclaimed “cheetah”. While the Raiders won the Thursday night matchup, Hill finished with 6 receptions for 125 yards and this 64-yard touchdown grab:

Fall Ball

While football is in full swing and basketball is around the corner, Cowboy Baseball wraps up fall ball with a scrimmage against Northeastern State at 1pm at Allie P. Reynolds stadium.

Satisfy your baseball fever with free admission and free snacks and preview an Oklahoma State team welcoming 20 newcomers for a 2018 season that begins February 16th with a three-game series at Texas State.

#golfschool Fall Finale

Oklahoma State Men’s Golf has participated in two events this fall, finishing 1st and 3rd respectively at Pebble Beach and Olympia Fields. The second-ranked Cowboys will travel to Georgia to compete in the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate. They’ll be joined by four other teams ranked in the top ten: Texas A&M, Georgia, Oklahoma and Wake Forest. Go Pokes!

That does it for today! Have a great weekend and stay tuned for all of our coverage as OSU Football travels to Austin to take on the Longhorns!