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High Noon Highlights (5/2): The Steelers look toward the future, Golf Regionals are near, OSU Commit named Mr. Basketball

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It’s High Noon.

The Steelers are preparing for the future, but Big Ben isn’t planning on hanging ‘em up anytime soon

“It’ll stick with me every minute of every hour from here going forward until the day I die,” Rudolph said about being labeled as a second-tier quarterback in the draft process.

Really cool article here by ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler on Mason Rudolph’s future with the Pittsburgh Steelers, battling the “system stigma” given to Rudolph since leaving the Air Raid offense in Stillwater, OK, and the current QB stable that Pittsburgh is developing.

Oklahoma State fans will likely be watching James Washington run routes on Sundays from Day 1, but may have to wait to wait to see Mason Rudolph. Ben Roethlisberger recently told the Washington Post, “Well, that’s fine. He can do that, but I plan on playing for three to five more years, depending on how the line goes and staying healthy, if I can stay healthy. If he’s going to be their guy, that’s great, but in my perfect world, it’s not going to be for a while.”

**Ben’s walking boot laughs hysterically**

Oklahoma State Golf holds on to #1 ranking

Keep up with Zach Bauchou and the youngins, Matthew Wolff and Viktor Hovland, as they help carry #1 Oklahoma State into regionals later this month. #GolfSchool

Kalib Boone is named Mr. Basketball Oklahoma

Just before signing his letter of intent to play basketball for Oklahoma State University, Memorial High School standout Kalib Boone was named the 2017-18 Mr. Basketball Oklahoma winner.

“It’s a great feeling because I didn’t know who many great players won this award and I’m just humbled and grateful to win it as a junior,” said Boone.

Former winners include Oklahoma’s Trae Young, SMU’s Shake Milton and former (and short term) Poke, Stevie Clark.

Congrats Kalib!!!

Cowgirl Tennis to host two rounds of the NCAA Tournament

For the fourth-straight season, the Oklahoma State women’s tennis team will host the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament, it was announced on Tuesday afternoon. The Cowgirls are making their seventh-straight NCAA Tournament appearance, which is the second-longest streak in program history.

”It’s definitely exciting to host the first and second rounds four years in a row,” head coach Chris Young said. “It’s becoming a standard for us. That’s what you want your program to have is certain standards of excellence and that’s what we have.”

The cowgirls will start the tournament playing UMKC on May 11th at 4 p.m. Tickets have officially gone on sale at Get your tickets now!!!!