It’s high noon....
Rudolph2Washington lives on in the NFL:
In their preseason debut against the Philadelphia Eagles, Mason Rudolph and James Washington gave Oklahoma State fans some nostalgia. They completed a pass that was definitely reminiscent of their college days.
The Steelers posted the catch on their Twitter page asking Cowboy football if that looked familiar:
Cowboy football responded with this:
Brandon Weeden throws a touchdown in Texans game:
Brandon Weeden threw a touchdown pass to rookie Jordan Akins for the first score of the game.
Welcome to the NFL, Jordan Akins! pic.twitter.com/paSsCMqBmA— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) August 10, 2018
He threw another later in the game again to Jordan Akins.
One Akins TD is nice.— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) August 10, 2018
Two Akins TDs are better. pic.twitter.com/gErzyfv7ru
Weeden had a solid game with two touchdowns, 9-11 passing and 97 yards. The Texans would go on the win the game against Kansas City 17-10.
Vincent Taylor sacks Jameis Winston:
It’s not everyday you get to see one of your former players sack a former No.1 draft pick. In last night’s Miami Dolphins game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Vincent Taylor did just that. Taylor comes in quick for a fantastic play.
I for one, am incredibly excited too see what Taylor can do this year. I think he’s on his way to a fantastic season.
Mike Boynton talks second game of Europe trip:
After the Cowboys’ 61-49 win yesterday in Rome, OSU Basketball caught up with head coach Mike Boynton to get his thoughts.
"We had great leadership, and I think this team is starting to show what it's capable of."@thacoachmike was excited by his team's intensity and focus in its 61-49 win over the Netherlands in Rome. #c2e #okstate pic.twitter.com/mMkTZT40TO— Cowboy Basketball (@OSUMBB) August 9, 2018
Boynton said he thought this team was really starting to show what it’s made of.
“The thing I continue to tell them is I can see what they can’t see yet,” Boynton said. “And that’s why I continue to push buttons.
Blake Barron undergoes MRI after knee injury:
Pistols Firing is reporting a source has told them that linebacker Blake Barron injured his knee in practice Wednesday and will undergo an MRI this morning to assess the damage. The source is saying that Barron tore his ACL and possibly more.
Barron tweeted later “It’ll make for a better story #MinorSetbackMajorComeback”
This is a scary situation for Oklahoma State’s depth at linebacker. We wish Blake the best!
We’ll continue to update this story as we get more details.
Haley Woodard on Hermann Trophy watch list:
Cowgirl Soccer senior forward Haley Woodard made the 45-player watch list for the MAC Hermann Trophy. The award is the highest honor in collegiate soccer and is given to the male and female player of the year.
Woodard was a third-team All-American in 2017.
There’s your highlights for today! have a great weekend.