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High Noon Highlights 8/30: Tracin Wallace Still Plays Role for Cowboy Football

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It’s high noon and gameday:

Why Tracin Wallace is vital to Oklahoma State Football

Tracin was forced to retire from the game, but he still plays a vital role for the Cowboys.

As Tylan prepares for the start of his highly anticipated junior season, when Oklahoma State faces Oregon at 9:30 p.m. Friday at Reser Stadium, he knows he couldn’t have flown to such heights without Tracin to remind him how fast and hard the fall could be.

“He always makes sure I stay focused,” Tylan said of Tracin. “He tries to make sure I know what I’m doing and don’t lose focus on what’s important. A lot of people do that for me, but he’s always the first one there.” The Oklahoman

Cowgirl Soccer ties with Sooners

I know everyone is occupied with football, but let’s take a moment to recognize the effort Cowgirl soccer put up in Norman last night.

This incredible stop in OT from Dani Greenlee saved the game.

Kyle Crutchmer will make Bellator debut at Winstar in November

The two time All-American wrestler for the Cowboys announced that he will fight on November 8th at Bellator 233.

After announcing a few months ago that he had signed with Bellator, Crutchmer will be making his debut with the company in his home state of Oklahoma. The fight will take place at Bellator 233 on Friday November 8 at Winstar Casino in Thackerville, OK.

Crutchmer, a welterweight, is now 4-0 in his MMA career fighting his first four fights with the Tulsa based fighting league XFN. No opponent has been announced for the fight. pistolsfiringblog

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