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High Noon Highlights(10/16): Boynton thanks and Oklahoma State professor

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Boynton shows appreciation for Oklahoma State engineering professor:

Electrical engineering professor James Stine Jr. needed a name of his new student project. Being the Oklahoma State basketball fan that he is, he came up with the perfect name “The Boynton Multiplier”. To show his appreciation for Stine’s decision, Mike Boynton came and spoke to his class.

“I was certainly not an engineering major,” Boynton said. “Let me start off by saying that.”

While Boynton didn’t teach the class anything about engineer (and that’s probably a good thing). He did give a motivational speech on perseverance.

“The Sky isn’t the limit,” Boynton said. “cause how can the sky be the limit when there’s footprints on the moon?”

This is a lucky class.

C.J. Moore defends coach Gundy:

Unless you live under a rock, you know that there’s a fairly large rift between Oklahoma State fans and head coach Mike Gundy right now. Well it has caught the attention of wide receiver C.J. Moore. He took to Twitter last night to come to the defense of his head coach.

“I WILL follow @CoachGundy to hell and back stay loyal and true, trust the process Coach got us” Moore said in his tweet.

It’s good to see that there are least some players that are willing to stand behind Gundy. While this doesn’t prove that things are completely okay in locker room, it does show some hope.

Brad Lundblade reunites with Washington and Rudolph:

During Sunday’s game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Pittsburgh Steelers, Brad Lundblade got to reunite with a pair of college teammates. James Washington, Mason Rudolph and Lundblade all posed for a picture after the game.

That’s all for today folks! Enjoy your Tuesday afternoon!