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High (After)Noon Highlights(12/10): Wallace makes All-American teams

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Wallace makes ESPN and AP All-American teams:

Tylan Wallace was named a first-team All American by ESPN. Fellow Big 12 wide receiver Marquise Brown made the list along with Biletnikoff winner Jerry Jeudy from Alabama.

Here’s what ESPN had to say about Wallace:

Wallace burst onto the scene as the Pokes’ next great pass-catcher, hauling in 79 passes for 1,408 yards with 11 touchdowns. His 1,408 receiving yards rank third among FBS players, and he leads all players with 59 catches of at least 10 yards and 25 of at least 20. Wallace did his best work in OSU’s biggest games, with 10 catches for 222 yards with two scores in a 38-35 upset of Texas and 10 receptions for 220 yards with two scores in a 48-47 loss to Oklahoma.{ESPN}

He was named a second-team All-American from AP alongside Fellow Biletnikoff finalist Andy Isabella.

John Kolar to transfer to Iowa State:

John Kolar will remain in the Big 12 after he announced last night that he will transfer to Iowa State. Kolar’s brother currently plays tight end for the Cyclones.

Beyond excited to announce my commitment to finish my academic and athletic career at Iowa State University. The opportunity to play alongside my brother in a program as special as this one was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up. Can’t wait to get started. #CyclONENation

A chance to play with little bro and for Matt Campbell? Who wouldn’t take that.

Good luck to John. (just now when you come to Stillwater.)

ICYMI-Kelvin Sampson pays Eddie Sutton a visit after Oklahoma State-Houston game:

After Oklahoma State’s game against the University of Houston, Houston head coach Kelvin Sampson walked over to Eddie Sutton and told him goodbye. It was a nice gesture from a coach that competed so fiercely with Sutton when he was at OU.