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High Noon Highlights: We will Remember the Ten in GIA this weekend

It’s High Noon. These are your Oklahoma State Athletics highlights.

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Welcome to High Noon Highlights, your daily rundown of all the things you might have missed yesterday in Oklahoma State Athletics.

Cowboy Basketball’s touching video is mandatory viewing:

Saturday’s Bedlam matchup will carry added meaning that reaches far beyond the game. We will honor the ten members of the Cowboy family whose lives were lost on January 27, 2001. Saturday is the annual Remember The Ten game. In a touching tribute, Larry Reece talks about Desmond Mason coming back from his rookie year with the SuperSonics to be with his Cowboy family when the tragedy happened.

Boynton addresses the media ahead of his first home Bedlam matchup:

Coach Boynton gave his thoughts on what Saturday’s game means. It was great to hear someone who isn’t an “Oklahoma State guy” to know the importance of this anniversary, and what it means to those who may have lost loved ones in the crash.

Travel hiccup gives Oklahoma State perspective, time to bond before Bedlam:

Newest sports writer at the Oklahoman, Nathan Ruiz, wrote an excellent piece detailing the Cowboys bus ride from Waco. After the Baylor game, winter weather forced the Pokes to bus back to Stillwater, rather than fly. It gave the Cowboys time to think about the game and was apparently a great bonding experience. Read the article below.