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High Noon Highlights (10/1): Mason Rudolph leads Steelers to first win of the season

Welcome to High Noon Highlights, a place to catch up on everything you missed in Oklahoma State Athletics and more.

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Mason Rudolph leads Steelers to win:

But despite the slips and falls Rudolph took during the losses to Seattle and San Francisco, Pittsburgh entered Week 4 believing he could also be something else. Obsessed with preparation as much as game day, the Steelers knew their 6’5” backup had the potential to emerge as a team leader. Rudolph had all of the off-the-field qualities of a starting quarterback. {Sports Illustrated]

Chuba Hubbard No.6 on ESPN Heisman watch list:

Chuba Hubbard is in the middle of a historic season for Oklahoma State. ESPN took notice putting him at No.6 on their list.

“I wasn’t happy with how it went last week, I felt like I let down my team in a lot of ways,” Hubbard said. “Texas obviously played great but I know I could have done a lot more, so this week, I just wanted to bounce back from that and help put my team in a position to win. Everything came together, so it was a good win.” {ESPN}

The Cowboy’s uniforms from Saturday got some love:

Big 12:

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