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High Noon Highlights(2/28): Cowboy Football’s 2019 season, baseball alters schedule

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What lies ahead for the Cowboys in 2019:

The always fantastic Brett McMurphy talks about where he sees the Cowboys going in 2019, and what he would consider a successful season for them. He also gives you position groups to be looking at.

Cowboy Baseball alters schedule:

Mother Nature has done it again. Due to concerns about the weather this weekend, The Cowboys will alter the schedule for their series with the Iowa Hawkeyes this weekend.

STILLWATER – Due to a weekend forecast of inclement weather, Oklahoma State has changed the schedule for its series with Iowa at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium. The two teams will open the series with a Friday doubleheader beginning at 1 p.m., with the second game set to begin 30 minutes after the conclusion of game one. The series finale is scheduled for Saturday at 2:05 p.m. {okstate.com}

Gundy climbing the all-time wins list at Oklahoma State:

Mike Gundy has greatly surpassed Pat Jones as the winningest coach in Oklahoma State history.

OKLAHOMA STATE

1. Mike Gundy – 121 wins

2. Pat Jones – 62 wins

With three wins in 2019, Gundy will double the second most successful Oklahoma State coach. Such a dominant figure in Cowboy history is Gundy that he was the best quarterback in Oklahoma State history until his success as a coach allowed him to find and develop two or three signal callers better than he was. {Football Scoop}

That’s today’s highlights! Come back tomorrow for more Oklahoma State news!