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High Noon Highlights (9/14): Oklahoma State could break season ticket record, C.J. Moore impressing, and more

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

NCAA Football: Oklahoma State at South Alabama John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Oklahoma State on Pace to Break Season Ticket Record:

Bill Haisten reported that Mike Holder says that season ticket sales are getting closer and closer to the 50,223 record set in 2013. Now, whether or not that has to do with Bedlam being the premium game this season is yet to be seen. But the possibility of multiple sellouts this season could be a reality.

Pat Narduzzi Knows the OSU Offense is Tough:

Pitt head Coach Pat Narduzzi held his weekly press conference where he acknowledged the talent of this Oklahoma State offense. He mentioned James Washington and how hard he’s going to be to guard. It’s always good to hear an opposing coach, no matter how hollow it may ring, praise the opposition. Narduzzi is a notorious defensive-minded coach, and last year his Panthers got ran on defense. I’m sure they’ll come in with an added edge on that side of the ball.

C.J. Moore is Impressing in Senior Season:

Jenks and Union is one of, if not the biggest rivalry in Oklahoma High School Football. Oklahoma State commit C.J. Moore made the most of the spotlight and put on a show. Moore had three touchdown in the Union victory. Take a look at this kid run. I’m excited to see him in the Orange and Black.

That’s all we got for today folks! Have a great afternoon!