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High Noon Highlights (8/21): Andrew Heaney dominates versus the Rangers

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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim v Texas Rangers - Game One Photo by C. Morgan Engel/Getty Images

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Andrew Heaney dominates the Rangers

In his third start since coming off the Injured List, Andrew Heaney turned in a dominant performance against the Texas Rangers. He went eight innings, gave up only four hits, one run, and punched out 14 (!!!). It’s encouraging to see starts like this from Heaney. He’s been snake-bitten by injuries for most of his career, so hopefully he can stay healthy and continue this success.

A deeper look at the Cowboy running backs

We all know Chuba will be the feature back (as he should be), but it will be very interesting to see how the backup reps are divided between LD Brown, Jahmyl Jeter, and Dezmon Jackson.

JD King granted immediate eligibility at Georgia Southern

Originially, former Cowboy running back JD King was going to have to sit out the 2019-2020 season after transferring to Georgia Southern. But, after a lengthy appeals process, and the help of Oklahoma State, he was granted immediate eligibility and will be in the backfield for Georgia Southern this season.

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Around the Sports World

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Blue Jays rookie Bo Bichette takes Kershaw deep twice

True freshman Bo Nix named Auburn’s starting QB

Carli Lloyd nailed a 55 yard field goal #ForTheBrand

Song of the day

We’re All Here - Kenny Chesney