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High Noon Highlights(11/13): Trey Reeves reacts to being placed on scholarship

Welcome to High Noon Highlights, a place to catch up on everything you missed in Oklahoma State Athletics.

It’s high noon...

Trey Reeves gives reaction to being placed on Scholarship:

At practice yesterday, Trey Reeves got to give his reaction to being placed on scholarship last week.

“I was excited all the way from the beginning,” Reeves said. “but we left for Charlotte right after that. It was about halfway on that bus ride to Oklahoma City that it really kicked in.”

Congrats again to Trey on his hard work paying off in a scholarship.

Baseball has a little picture days fun:

Winter is here... which means we’re getting closer to baseball season. Which means picture day. Bruce Waterfield gave us a sneak peek of the baseball team having a little fun. They apparently got a hold of the wrestling ear pieces a chaos ensued.

These guys are ready for the season to get started.

Gundy is at OSU for the long haul:

Bill Haisten at the Tulsa World wrote an excellent column regarding Mike Gundy’s future at Oklahoma State. He goes into why Mike Gundy won’t leave Oklahoma State until he retires. It’s an interesting look at the relationship between Oklahoma State and Gundy.

During a 2014 Tulsa World interview, Gundy said this: “The way I look at it is, whether they like me or not, if they want me out of here, they’ll have to run me out of here.”

Gundy will not leave OSU until he retires, and he will never be fired.

The better of OSU’s Gundy experience is a mostly healthy program that for a decade has been nationally relevant.

With two games remaining — Saturday’s home clash with West Virginia and the Nov. 24 contest at TCU — the Cowboys need one more win to secure a 13th consecutive bowl appearance.

The worse of OSU’s Gundy era is a 2-12 record in Bedlam. {Tulsa World}

“For better of for worse, till death do us part.”

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