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High Noon Highlights (11/27): Cowboy Basketball picked up another win Sunday

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Cowboy Basketball beats Houston Baptist 101-74

The Cowboys picked up another non-conference victory against Houston Baptist on Sunday, getting the victory 101-74. Five Cowboys were in double figures, with Kendall Smith leading the team with 16 points.

Here is what head coach Mike Boynton had to say about the victory:

The Cowboys next take the court on Wednesday at Gallagher-Iba Arena. They will face off against Austin Peay, with tip-off coming at 7:00.

Cowboy Football Attendance

Of the six home games this season, five of them were sellouts. It was great to see Boone Pickens Stadium filled up on Saturdays and hope for more of the same next season!

Former Cowboy Assistant could be a head coach soon

Todd Monken was the offensive coordinator for Oklahoma State for two seasons in 2011 and 2012. He went on to coach at Southern Mississippi before making his way to the NFL. He is currently the offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Yesterday, Dan Mullen left Mississippi State University to go coach at the University of Florida. The ever-continuing coaching carousel is continuing, with another spot opening up. Monken has been contacting by Mississippi State about their head coaching vacancy, but nothing has been confirmed as to whether anything formal has been offered.

Cowboy Freshman WR had the hit of the day on Saturday

Oklahoma State has some of the best blocking wide receivers in the country. Blocking as a wide receiver is not always something that his thought of with the position, but is just as important as catching anything thrown to you. This was no exception, this was a MONSTER hit by Tylan Wallace on Saturday against Kansas. Keep in mind, Wallace is a true freshman. If you haven’t seen this yet, feel free to watch it multiple times and enjoy it.