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High Noon Highlights (5/1): Catching up with Anthony Hill

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Former Oklahoma State football player appears on Grey’s Anatomy:

For OSU fans that watch “Grey’s Anatomy” you might have recognized one of the doctors joining the staff. It is former OSU wide receiver Anthony Hill. He caught up with OSU Athletics for an awesome interview.

In this episode, Hill revisits his time with the Cowboys, including some great stories about Dez Bryant, Brandon Weeden and Mike Gundy. He also discusses his acting career and his recent appearance on “Grey’s Anatomy.”

Robin Ventura interview:

OSU baseball legend and student assistant Robin Ventura did an awesome interview talking about his MLB Career, his journey coming back to Oklahoma State and more. He even wore an OSU golf hat during it.

Alex Dieringer interview

Dieringer — three-time NCAA champion and 2016 Dan Hodge Trophy winner — talked with TrackWrestling about his recent move to the Cliff Keen Wrestling Club in Ann Arbor, Michigan, how the Olympics being delayed helps him get stronger for his weight class and his luscious locks.

Mike Sheets interview

Sheets, a two-time NCAA champion at Oklahoma and father of current Cowboy Wyatt Sheets, talked with TrackWrestling about his battles with Kenny Monday.

Emmanuel Ogbah helps Houston-Area students:

Many parents were thrown for a loop when Texas school districts announced they would be close for the school year due to COVID-19. This left a lot of kids who don’t have a computer at home in a mess. Enter Emmanuel Ogbah. He’s working to provide technology needed by kids at Bush High School (his HS Alma Mater ) and other area schools.

Ogbah’s, Rise Above foundation, Dream Builders and the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Houston are partnering to help high school students in need that lack an Internet device in their home.

This is intended to allow high school students to complete classes online and remain on track to graduate despite schools being closed during the coronavirus pandemic. {MSN/ Houston Chronicle}

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