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High Noon Highlights (3/10): J.W. Walsh added to staff at University of Texas

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J.W. Walsh joins UT staff:

Former Oklahoma State quarterback J.W, Walsh has found a new home at Texas as an offensive analyst. He joins the Longhorns after some time at Abilene Christian.

One of those spots was filled by former Oklahoma State Cowboys quarterback JW Walsh, who is now listed as an offensive analyst after spending the last three years as the running backs coach at Abilene Christian. After his playing career ended in 2015, Walsh spent the 2016 season as a graduate assistant at TCU. {Burnt Orange Nation}

Rondel Walker shows leadership Mike Boynton wants:

Cameron Jourdan has a fantastic story about Oklahoma State recruit Rondel Walker and the leadership he demonstrates on his high school team.

That’s why Walker and fellow senior teammate Collin House packed backpacks full of supplies and handed them out to people in need on the streets of Oklahoma City on Christmas Day.

The duo stuffed backpacks with food, water and other miscellaneous supplies. They then drove across the city and found people in need.

Walker, an Oklahoma State signee, is one of the best basketball players in the country. Yet his leadership extends off the court. He’s always looking out for those in need in his community and those walking inside the halls at Putnam West, too. {The Oklahoman}

Kasey Dunn takes his own advice:

When Marcus Arroyo needed at offensive coordinator at UNLV, he wanted Kasey Dunn. However, Dunn wanted to stay in Stillwater. Now he says being offensive coordinator at OSU is a dream.

“For me to step into this situation at this time, it could not be much easier on me,” he said. “The staff is great. Our quarterback’s really talented. Our tailbacks are talented. Our receivers are veteran receivers. Our offensive line is as good as it’s been in a while.

“I mean, I hate to say that it’s hard to screw this up, but it kind of is.” {The Oklahoman}

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