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High Noon Highlights(9/30): Tre Sterling is making himself known on the Cowboy defense

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Tre Sterling is making a name for himself:

Plenty of coach-speak clichés have been attached to Sterling’s name since the lineup change was made. Things like, “he had a good spring,” and “he’s working really hard.”

But they’re true. If Sterling hadn’t developed the way he did in the offseason, moving Rodriguez to linebacker might not have been so easy.

“Tre is just growing,” defensive coordinator Jim Knowles said. “He was a guy who was kind of on the fringe last year, and then he vaulted forward in the spring. Now, we’re just giving him more and more responsibility, more opportunities to make plays. He keeps handling it, he keeps making them. {The Oklahoman}

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