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High Noon Highlights (6/22): Oklahoma State fans finally get some good news

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Cade Cunningham finally gives OSU fans some good news:

Jenni Carlson wrote a column about how the re commitment of Cade Cunningham and what it means for a fan base that a rough week last week.

But even at that, Cunningham and every other Cowboy is likely to play this next season with a cloud over the program. Maybe everything will be final before the season tips, but even if OSU’s appeal is denied by the NCAA, a lawsuit could be filed. And even if it’s not, there may well be questions hanging over the team.

Still, Cunningham decided to stick with OSU.

It’s a huge moment for Boynton and his program. Huge, too, for OSU athletics. After the NCAA penalties were announced for men’s basketball, we saw an extremely unstable week for football. We may have not seen the end of headlines involving the football program, but even so, Cunningham’s re-commitment is big for Cowboy Nation.

It’s a huge win.

It’s a chance to celebrate during a time when there hasn’t been a ton about which to feel good. {The Oklahoman}

Scouting report- Vincent Taylor:

The SB Nation site Buffalo Rumblings did a report on Vincent Taylor and his outlook on the 202 season.

There are few scenarios that point towards Taylor making the final roster at this point. Given Buffalo’s heavy investment in the defensive line and the glut of talent at both defensive tackle and defensive end, it would take a whole series of events for Taylor to make the final roster. He would probably need some combination of the following three things to occur in order to find himself among Buffalo’s final 53 come September: a player or two suffers an injury (let’s hope not), Harrison Phillips begins the year on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list (quite possible), and Ed Oliver is suspended for his arrest for DWI from earlier this offseason (quite unlikely). Thanks to the new rules governing practice squads, it is possible that Buffalo could look to keep Taylor on theirs, which is a far more likely outcome than expecting Taylor to leapfrog multiple players above him on the depth chart. {Buffalo Rumblings}

Interview with Brennan Presley:

The YouTube Channel YurView Sports did a fantastic interview with future Cowboy football player Brennan Presley.

Around the Big 12:

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