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High Noon Highlights(9/5): Chuba Hubbard is making sure he’s ready for next level

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

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Chuba Hubbard is working on the little stuff:

Chuba’s next goal is to be playing on Sundays. He talked to the media after practice about doing what it would take to achieve that goal.

“There’s a lot of things I’ve got to work on, some of the plays I’ve got to be a bit more patient on, but I was happy with how it worked out,” said Hubbard. “Obviously, the offensive line did amazing, as a team we did a great job. I’m not running for 53-yards if they’re not doing good, so it was awesome.” {GoPokes}

Red shirt tracker:

Pistols Firing looked at which players made their debuts this past Friday.

Gundy has said he doesn’t exactly have a plan in place to use (or not to use) the redshirt rule this year and that it is more on a case-by-case basis dependent upon player progression, depth chart and other factors. But no exact plan doesn’t mean he won’t take advantage of it this year as he did last year. So to track it throughout the season, we’ve revived the redshirt tracker to see which young players will be used this season and in what capacity. Here’s the results from Game 1, where five true freshmen made their debuts.{PFB}

Hype video:

The OSU Football creative team has done some outstanding stuff this season. The latest awesome video is below.

Around the Big 12:

A Big 12 Mailbag

Big 12 Power Rankings

The Good, The bad and the ugly from opening weekend