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High (After)Noon Highlights(2/5): Women’s track breaks record

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Cowgirl Track & Field sets new record:

Oklahoma State was in Fayetteville this weekend where they broke the 4x400-meter school record set in 1997. The O’Colly was able to get a few words from coach Dave Smith about their performance.

“The four women that ran today obviously did a great job,” head coach Dave Smith said. “The women’s sprint group is really rolling right now. Coach McDonnell has them running well and I think that’s just the start and that they have the ability to run a lot faster as the year goes on.” {The O’Colly}

Jabbar Muhammad realizes dream:

As the next signing period starts tomorrow, Desoto High School corner Jabbar Muhammad will officially sign with OSU after being committed for two years. Pokes Report caught up with Muhammad to talk about what the moment means to him.

“I’m just ready to get to campus and compete, man. They have a spot open out there and there’s some guys that they have that are going to try and fill that but I want to come in and work to show I can play early,” Muhmmad said. “I feel like I can come in and show what I can do.”

I asked Muhammad what specific attributes of his game he felt he was best at and it was exactly what I saw on film. “Anticipation and reaction skills”, said Muhammad. {Pokes Report}

Former Oklahoma State receiver to finish career at OU:

Obi Obialo will get the chance to play on both sides of Bedlam. This is a rare opportunity for the wide receiver who transferred to Marshall from OSU after his freshman season as a preferred walk-on.

Obialo began his career at Oklahoma State as a preferred walk-on before leaving the school, but not before he made an impact as a freshman, catching two passes for 11 total yards.

From there Obialo played three seasons at Marshall and made a name for himself as one of the most impactful mid-major pass-catchers. In his three seasons at Marshall he caught 79 passes for 987 yards in 25 total games. As a breakout junior he caught 42 passes for 505 yards. {Pistols Firing}

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