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High Noon Highlights (8/29): Gundy on Highly Questionable, Andrew Heaney is BACK, Barry Sanders’ Historic Performance

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The Mullet on Highly Questionable

Mike Gundy was on Dan LeBetard is Highly Questionable, and told the host a fantastic story about how Brian "Boz" Bosworth once spit in his face during Bedlam his freshman year. The whole interview is about 10 minutes long, and worth the watch if you have time today.

Heaney Dazzles for the Angels

In only his fourth start since coming back from Tommy John Surgery, Cowboy Baseball alum Andrew Heaney turned in a fantastic start for the Los Angeles Angels last night. He struck out 10 over six innings against the Oakland A's, earning his first victory since 2015.

He talked about his outing after the game.

Congratulations Andrew!

Oklahoma State-Tulsa History

The Cowboys and Golden Hurricane have a long history of playing against each other, but one game stands out among the rest. In 1988, Barry Sanders turned in a historic performance against Tulsa. The eventual Heisman winner rushed for 304 yards and 5 TD's in a 56-35 victory. Sanders became the first running back in program history to rush for 300 yards in a game, which he would do three more times during his 1988 campaign.

Lane Taylor Prepares for Second Year as Starter

Lane Taylor is about ready to start his second year as a starting member of the Green Bay Packers’ offensive line. After he was thrust into the starting spot last year after the surprise cut of Josh Sitton, Taylor isn’t taking anything for granted.

Mike Spofford wrote a nice feature on the former Cowboy. Taylor appears humble, but ready to show the world what he is made of. Sounds like a former Cowboy to me.

We're two days away, folks! Go Pokes!