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High Noon Highlights (11/15): Players React to Nasty Brawl Between Steelers and Browns

Many call for legal action against the Browns’ Myles Garrett

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Players react to Cleveland’s Myles Garrett striking former OSU star Mason Rudolph with helmet

Some call for legal action.

Cowgirl Soccer begins NCAA tournament at home

• Oklahoma State earned an at-large bid and No. 3 national seed in the NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship and hosts South Dakota State in a first-round tourney game Friday night at Neal Patterson Stadium. The Cowgirls are 15-2-3 on the season and were crowned the 2019 Big 12 regular season champions after going 7-1-1 in conference play. • The Cowgirls are coming off a 10-7-1 season in 2018 that included a 2-6-1 mark in Big 12 Conference play as they finished ninth in the league. OSU failed to make the postseason for the first time since 2005. • OSU opened last season 10-1-0 and climbed to No. 12 in the national rankings. After a tie at home against No. 6 Texas, the Cowgirls — who were hit hard by key injuries — dropped their final six games. • The Cowgirls return 15 letterwinners from 2018, including nine players who started at least 10 games. • The 2019 season is the 24th in program history; over the first 23 years, OSU posted a 273-161-51 (.605) record. Head coach Colin Carmichael entered his 15th season at the helm in 2019 with a 190-81-38 mark.

Les Miles returns to Stillwater

With Coach Miles making his first return to Stillwater since he departed in 2004, Jacob Unruh of The Oklahoman discusses his quirkiest stories.

From slow car chases to chewing on grass to breaking whiteboards, Les Miles brought more than just wins to Oklahoma State in four seasons.

He brought entertainment.

“I remember him coming in with a lot of energy,” former OSU defensive back Ricklan Holmes said. “I noticed him eating grass. I always thought he put the blade in his mouth and didn’t realize he chewed it as long as he did.”

From 2001-04, Miles had his share of big moments, on and off the field. On the field, he took over a program that had not had a winning season since 1988 and went 4-7. Then, the Cowboys went to three straight bowl games for the first time since 1983-85.

He left after the 2004 season for LSU. When he departed, his quirkiness came to light more than before. The Oklahoman

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