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High Noon Highlights (1/7): Oklahoma State’s offensive line ranking from 2019

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Oklahoma State’s O-line ranking:

Oklahoma State O-line ranks No.25 in Pro Football Focus’ in their rankings for the 2019 season. This was ahead of the Sooners while K-State was the highest rated in the Big 12.

25. OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS

Highest-graded player: OT Teven Jenkins – 83.7 (18th)

Oklahoma State’s offensive line allowed a sack or hit on just 3.77% of their pass-blocking snaps this season, ranking 16th in the FBS, and they were led by Teven Jenkins, who gave up just eight pressures on his 412 pass-blocking snaps. As a unit, they allowed just 59 total pressures as pass protection was clearly their strong suit this year, contrary to Chuba Hubbard’s success. {PFF}

Lindy Waters has 1,000 points:

Despite last night being not great for the Cowboys with a 55-41 loss to the West Virginia Mountaineers, Lindy Waters hit a career milestone. He is on the 1,000-points scored list. Here’s Cam McGriff and Coach Boynton talking about it.

Natasha Mack named Big 12 Player of the Week:

Cowgirl Basketball standout Natasha Mack has been recognized by the conference as their Player of the Week.

A junior forward, Mack recorded the 10th and 11th double-doubles of her career in victories over Duquesne and Kansas, as she averaged 23.0 points and 15.5 rebounds over the two games. Against the Dukes, the Lufkin, Texas native scored 21 points to go with a game-high 11 rebounds. She added two steals and one block in the victory. With her performance against Kansas, Mack narrowly missed recording the program’s second-ever triple-double, finishing with 25 points, 20 rebounds and nine blocked shots. She became just the second player nationally since 1999-00 to score 25+ points, grab 20+ boards and block 9+ shots in a game. {okstate.com}

Mack has been huge for the Cowgirls this season. Let’s hope it can continue.

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