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High Noon Highlights (8/6): Mike Gundy talks with fans at A Night with OSU

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Gundy talks offense at A Night with OSU event:

Last night in OKC, Gundy addressed fans at an alumni event in Oklahoma City. He answered audience questions. One of which was whether or not the pace of play would change under new OC Sean Gleeson.

“That’s who we are, that’s what we do,” Gundy said. “We built this organization on speed for 12 years now and we think it is an advantage for us. Our players like it, our quarterbacks like it. That’s just kind of who we are. That’s our identity.” {The Oklahoman}

Chuba Hubbard listed as one of Athlon Sports break out running backs for 2019:

Athlon Sports recognized Chuba Hubbard as No.2 on the list of break out running backs for 2019. Here’s what they had to say.

Justice Hill’s late-season injury allowed Hubbard to showcase his talent over the final four games of 2018. The Canada native posted three 100-yard games over that span, including 145 yards versus Missouri in the Liberty Bowl. Hubbard averaged a healthy 5.97 yards per rush and reached the end zone seven times over the final four contests. {Athlon Sports}

Happy Birthday Henry Iba!:

Today we say Happy Birthday to one of OSU’s GOATS, Mr. Henry Iba.

Andy Katz releases Team of the Decade bracket ans Oklahoma State is included:

Basketball writer Andy Katz released his “Team of the Decade bracket yesterday and included was none other that Oklahoma State.

We wondered — who are the best teams over the past decade? We want you, the fans, to decide. I’ve got a 64-team bracket of programs from the past decade, starting with the 2010 NCAA tournament (won by Duke over Butler) and concluding with the 2019 champion Virginia Cavaliers.

I seeded the bracket with an emphasis on teams that won a title, reached one or multiple Final Fours and other NCAA tournament success. Each squad in my 64-team bracket will be represented by an all-star collection of players from this decade. Follow the voting on Twitter as the players and matchups are revealed. There will be plenty to debate over how the teams were seeded (isn’t there always!), which players were selected and how they were bracketed. {CBS Sports}

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