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High Noon Highlights(9/4): Dez Bryant planning mid-October NFL comeback

Welcome to High Noon Highlights, a place to catch up on everything you missed in Oklahoma State Athletics.

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Dez Bryant ready for return to NFL:

Former Oklahoma State wideout Dez Bryant is feeling “way better” than he did a year ago. CBS sports is reporting that Bryant is looking to take the field again in mid October.

A former All-Pro who eclipsed 1,200 receiving yards three straight seasons starting in 2012, Bryant signed with the New Orleans Saints in November 2018 but suffered a season-ending Achilles tear just two days later. That came after a nine-week stint in free agency to start the season, not to mention some public but fruitless flirtations with the Cleveland Browns and a rather unceremonious departure from Dallas earlier in the offseason.{CBS}

How two Canadians ended up in Stillwater:

Amen Ogbongbemiga and Chuba Hubbard are both from Alberta, Canada. The OSU Roundup looked at what made them both choose to come thousands of miles to play for OSU.

“It’s just a big deal for us,” Ogbongbemiga said. “and the whole province of Alberta and the whole county really. To see two of is really succeeding down here. And we just hope to keep influencing and inspiring kids from all around the country,”

Meet BB!:

The Oklahoman wrote a fantastic story about Oklahoma State’s newest addition to the mascot team.

Meet Baxter Black, known as BB around Oklahoma State, a 6-year-old miniature horse joining the show this fall. He’s not Li’l Sebastian from NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” but he’s already gaining that type of following.

“He knows he’s a stud muffin,” said Royston, the executive director of Turning Point Ranch. “He needs to be Stillwater’s Li’l Sebastian.” {The Oklahoman}

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