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High Noon Highlights: John Smith’s Birthday, Cowgirl Basketball in Australia and The Rowdy is Back

NCAA Basketball: Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Oklahoma State Rob Ferguson-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Birthday Coach Smith!

Wrestling gold-medalist, two time NCAA champion and head coach of the Cowboy wrestling team John Smith turns 52 today. Oklahoma State Athletics shared a video of highlights of the Cowboy legend in honor of his special day:

Enjoy your day Coach! Hope it’s filled with orange birthday cake!

Head Coach Mike Gundy also has a birthday this week, and we might have something special planned for it

Cowgirls win first game in Australia:

The Cowgirl basketball team played it’s first game in Melbourne, Australia against Victoria Country U-18 and the Cowgirls got a decisive 78-63 victory. The Cowgirls shot 44 percent from the floor. Senior Kaylee Jensen had 14 points and seven rebounds in the second half and Freshman Braxtin Miller had an impressive outing going 4-of-8 from the floor in the first half.

Highlights from the game:

Cowboy Basketball brings the rowdy back:

Gallagher-Iba Area was the site of the nation’s third-largest attendance jump last season.

West Virginia, OU, Arkansas and Kansas were all sellouts this season. After a drop in attendance the last few years, it looks like Cowboy Basketball’s efforts to get people to games is paying off. Keep going to games and making GIA noisy Cowboy fans.

Catching up with former quarterback Zac Robinson:

The Stillwater Newspress interviewed former Oklahoma State quarterback Zac Robinson where he gave Cowboys fans an update on what he’s up to nowadays if you’re interested:

Robinson seems to happy after hanging up his cleats and working for Pro Football Focus and Quarterback Ranch:

“I definitely enjoy doing what I’m doing right now and can see this playing out for quite some time,” Robinson said. “I will never close the door on getting into coaching or getting into a personnel type of deal. I think this job gives you a lot of avenues potentially so I enjoy doing what I’m doing right now and I think that can go on for a very long time.”