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High Noon Highlights(11/16): Interview with Emmanuel Ogbah

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Emmanuel Ogbah talks about his journey to the NFL:

Former Oklahoma State defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah told NBC Sports about his journey to becoming a professional football player. They also chatted about Dolphins’ quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. This was a great discussion and was insightful!

Defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah is having a breakout season with the Miami Dolphins. His road to this point has been anything but traditional, though, which he breaks down with Peter King. {NBC Sports }

Matthew Wolff was fierce competitor growing up:

The Tulsa World wrote about former Oklahoma State golfer Matthew Wolff was nice to people he was playing with , but he was a fierce competitor.

“We used to play like a mini-tour and it was like 8 to 9 years old,” Doyle said. “It was me, another Matthew and then Matt Wolff came and started playing and started taking all the trophies. So we were like, oh, who’s this kid coming up?”

It didn’t take long to realize Wolff was one of the best golfers in the area. He continued to be the best through high school and during his two years at Oklahoma State before embarking on a professional career that has started with top-5 finishes in his first two majors. {Tulsa World}.

Cowboys will try to solve problem during Bedlam:

Bill Haisten details how the Cowboys have to get out of a scoring slump on offense if they want to beat Oklahoma.

So, if the OSU six-game standard is to have scored about 30 offensive touchdowns, a total of 16 is decidedly sub-standard.

While the Cowboys have struggled, the Oklahoma defense has gotten significantly better since back-to-back nightmares against Kansas State and Iowa State.

K-State smoked OU with big plays. The Wildcats rallied from a 28-7, third-quarter deficit to win 38-35 in Norman.

As Iowa State recorded its first home win over OU since 1960, the Cyclones averaged 7.4 yards per play and 21.7 yards per completion. {Tulsa World }

Around the Big 12:

Gary Patterson earns 200th win

Iowa State trying for strong finish

Big 12 commissioner downplays CFP delay talks

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