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High Noon Highlights(11/7): Chuba for Heisman

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

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Chuba should be a Heisman Candidate:

By now, the college football world is well aware of Chuba Hubbard and his candidacy for the Heisman Trophy and Doak Walker Award. As he and the rest of his Oklahoma State teammates enjoy this Saturday off, a look at his season to date. Hubbard leads the nation in the most prominent rushing categories like rushing yards and rushing yards per game and he ranks second in rushing touchdowns. More on that in a moment, but first a look at Hubbard’s larger impact. {}

And check out his campaign website here:

Kevin Henry’s story of perseverance:

Check out this fantastic story on linebacker Kevin Henry and his journey of coming back from life’s obstacles.

Chris Harris Jr. works out after game:

One of Oklahoma State’s newest basketball players got in some extra gym time after last night’s 80-75 win over Oral Roberts last night.

What Cade Cunningham’s recruitment means for the future:

Jenni Carlson wrote a great piece on why the Cowboys landing Cade Cunningham means something beyond how long Cade is at Oklahoma State.

So it is with Cunningham — whose older brother, Cannen, joined the coaching staff this season. Just as superstars in the NBA cluster, five-star recruits team together in college. Happens pretty much every year now at Duke and Kentucky and the like.

Now with Cunningham’s commitment, the Cowboys are trending that way. Who knows how good they could be? Who knows what heights they could reach? It should create excitement and energy the likes of which Gallagher-Iba hasn’t had for basketball in several years. {The Oklahoman}

Around the Big 12:

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