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High Noon Highlights (10/18): Viktor Hovland is Already Breaking Records

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Viktor Hovland extends PGA Tour record

He’s still a rookie, but twitterless Viktor is already breaking records on the PGA Tour.

A day after setting a PGA Tour record with his 18th consecutive round in the 60s, Hovland was at it again Friday during the second round of the CJ Cup in South Korea where he carded his 19th straight round in the 60s. The newly-minted Tour member drained a testy par putt at the par-4 ninth to keep his streak alive.

”No, it’s cool,” Hovland said Friday following a second straight 3-under 69. “Obviously I would have liked to have maybe higher finishes in the tournaments that I’ve played, but it really goes to show the consistency that I’ve had over the summer.” Golf Channel

Cowgirl soccer moves to 1st place in conference

With their win over West Virginia, the Cowgirls are now 4-1-1 in conference and are ranked 15th nationally.

Mason Rudolph cleared from concussion protocol

Thankfully, the former OSU star quarterback is ok after a scary hit he took against the Ravens and will play in Pittsburgh’s next game against the Miami Dolphins

After a scary Week 5 hit that dropped him unconscious on the field against the Baltimore Ravens, Mason Rudolph has finally been cleared from the concussion protocol and appears ready to resume his role as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ starting quarterback.

Rudolph was cleared from the protocol on Wednesday, 10 days removed from the hit. The Steelers have a bye this week but all signs point to him returning in Week 8 when the team faces the lowly Miami Dolphins.

“That guy is our quarterback when he clears the protocol,” Tomlin said of Rudolph via ESPN. “It’s as simple as that. Appreciate the efforts of Duck [Devlin Hodges], but as soon as he’s ready to go, he’s ready to go. Pistols Firing Blog

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