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High Noon Highlights (11/13): Wolff and Hovland to reunite

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OSU golfers team up on Tour:

For the first time since they won the 2018 NCAA National Championship, Matthew Wolff and Viktor Hovland are going to be teammates. The two are on the same team for the QBE Shootout in December. It’s going to be fun to see these two reunited.

No, they aren’t donning the orange and black they wore while guiding Oklahoma State to a national championship in 2018. Instead the two fledgling pros will join forces at next month’s QBE Shootout, where they will comprise one of the 12 two-person teams competing in Naples, Fla.

Wolff broke into the winner’s circle shortly after turning pro at the 3M Open this summer, while Hovland was low amateur at both the Masters and U.S. Open before earning his PGA Tour card at Korn Ferry Tour Finals. They’ll play together Dec. 13-15 in the 54-hole, unofficial event which features scramble, modified alternate shot and fourball formats. {Golf Channel}

Jordan McCray accepts Shrine Bowl Invite:

Oklahoma State wide receiver Jordan McCray will play in this year’s Shrine Bowl. This is a game played to benefit Shriners Hospital and it’s a great opportunity for McCray.

Howie Mandel is on Team Chuba:

I don’t know how the athletic department did this but this is amazing. They got America’s Got Talent Judge Howie Mandel to record a personal message for Chuba Hubbard.

Around the Big 12:

Chris Del Conte signs extension

Kansas State to rock throwback helmets

Around Sports:

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Sam Kerr signs with Chelsea FC women’s soccer

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