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High Noon Highlights(1/14): Oklahoma State Baseball in preseason top-20

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D1 Baseball ranks Oklahoma State in top-20:

Earlier this morning, D1 Baseball released their preseason rankings. Oklahoma State finds themselves in the Top-20 at No.18. Texas Tech is the highest-ranked Big 12 team at No.3. Baylor comes in at No.15, TCU comes in at No.19 and Texas comes in at No.23. It should be a good race in the Big 12 this year.

Oklahoma State rises in NET rankings:

The Cowboys have risen 14-spots in the NET ranking to No.58. They currently rank at No.12 in strength of schedule. They are also the only team in the top-70 that doesn’t have a winning record.

($$$) Taylor Cornelius named Player to Watch For Shrine Game:

Corn Dog has been invited to play at the Shrine game. He’ll have a chance to show his school in front of scouts for the next level. The Athletic has named him one of the Players to watch in the game. Here’s what they had to say:

Sleeper ready to emerge: Taylor Cornelius, Oklahoma State (6-5, 235, 4.70)

Stuck behind Mason Rudolph for most of his career, Cornelius capitalized with a strong senior campaign, which included 3,978 passing yards and 42 total touchdowns. His ability to improvise, break tackles and find second-chance throws is what he does best. {The Athletic}

We Cant’t read Swedish but I’m pretty sure this says “Tavarius Shine with a nasty dunk”:

My goodness....