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High Noon Highlights (11/29): Mike Gundy, Cowboy For Life

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

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It’s High Noon...

Mike Gundy, Cowboy For Life:

Unless you were in hibernation, or under a rock yesterday, you heard the rumblings that Mike Gundy was legitimately considering the Tennessee job. The Vols offered Gundy 6-years, $42M to take the job, and he turned it down.

He confirmed the news on Twitter:

Tennessee has now shifted their focus from Gundy to Purdue’s Jeff Brohm.

Justice Hill is an animal:

The Sophomore running back has impressed this season. He ranks just behind Iowa State’s David Montgomery in total missed tackles forced and yards after contact for the season.

Hill has forced 55 total missed tackles and has racked up a staggering 786 total yards after contact. Don’t be surprised if you see his name thrown into the Heisman race next year.

Marcus Smart wins philanthropy award:

Yesterday Boston Children’s Hospital presented Marcus Smart with the Champion Award for his ongoing support of the patients’ care. It’s great to see Cowboys doing great things on and off the court. In a tweet Smart recognized the kids and said that it’s about them.

Wide Right Natty Lite wants to buy Boone Pickens’ Ranch:

It was announced today that big OSU donor Boone Pickens is selling his ranch in Texas. Following the announcement, our friends over at Wide Right Natty Lite decided they would make Boone an offer. That offer was... the 2011 National Championship.

Come on, Boone! A national championship win has to be worth $250 million right?