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High Noon Highlights(8/31): Mason Rudolph has some fun in Steelers-Panthers game

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Mason Rudolph leap frogs over Tevin Jones:

After a touchdown score for the Steelers in last nights game against the Panthers, Mason Rudolph decided to play a game of leap frog with teammate Tevin Jones.

Give me all of the fun touchdown celebrations please.

Here’s the full play:

Mason also (almost) got into a fight:

I would actually call it more of a slight scuffle. But it was the closest I’ve seen him get to throwing hands.

It’s nice to see Rudolph not taking any crap. #57 takes a shot at Rudolph below the legs and Rudolph was not very happy. He raises up and is immediately ready to say what I’m assuming is some not so nice things. After some light pushing and shoving teammates calm him down and it’s all good.

Justice Hill the barber?:

In case you were at the game last night and missed it, Fox Sports had a really fun segment where Justice talked about his non-football hobby, cutting hair. It’s always nice to see who the players are when they take off the helmet and it looks like Justice has a career move after football.

Chris Lacy scores awesome TD for Detroit:

In last night Lions’ game against the Browns, Chris Lacy caught a ball on his tip-toes to get over the defender to get the ball for a touchdown.

We love seeing Oklahoma State rookies doing big things in the NFL.

Marcell Ateman is balling out in Oakland:

Former Cowboy wide receiver Marcell Ateman has not dropped any of his nine catches in the preseason. This is good for eighth-most catches without a drop in the NFL.

Mosscell Ateman. That’s all I’m going to say. I really think Oakland got a steal with him.

Three Oklahoma State golfers make preseason first-team for Golfweek’s Lance Ringler:

Golfweek writer Lance Ringler released his preseason top 30 yesterday and 3 Oklahoma State players made the list .

Viktor Hovland, Matthew Wolff and Zach Bauchou are all featured. They have the most players on the first-team list than any other school. They start their season today at the Carmel Cup.

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