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High (After) Noon Highlights (2/4): Ry Schneider

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It’s high (after) noon!

Podcast interview with Ry Schneider:

Former Oklahoma State center Ry Schneider made an apperance on the NFL Draft Blast Podcast. They talked in detail about his career that saw him go from walk-on to potential Draft pick.

Boynton’s reaction to last night’s game:

Check out Boynton had to say after last nights inexcusable loss to TCU.

“This is one of the first time I’ve been disappointed in out mental focus,”Boynton said. “and it was right from the start we didn’t have the urgency we needed to go on the road and win in this league.”

Former OSU player joins coaching staff at Old Dominion:

After spending the last two season at OSU, Victor Irokansi will go to coach the defensive line at Old Dominion.

Irokansi joined the Oklahoma State coaching staff after injuries forced him to retire from playing for the Cowboys. He was a two-time Academic All-Big 12 selection and played on three teams that played in bowl games. Oklahoma State won the 2013 Heart of Dallas Bowl and 2015 Cactus Bowl, and also played in the 2014 Cotton Bowl.

He earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology at Oklahoma State in 2016. Irokansi replaces Andrew Jackson, who took a similar position at West Virginia. {Old Dominion}

Celebrating Lori McNeil:

In honor of Black History, Wimbeldon posted a great story on Lori McNeil. Who also just happens to be the first Black female All-American .

“In modern times, there had never been an upset quite like this,” ran the report in the official 1994 Wimbledon Annual. “In the continuing absence of Monica Seles and Jennifer Capriati, the impending retirement of Martina Navratilova and the question marks against the grass court ability of all bar Jana Novotna among the other seeds, Graf was the strongest favourite anyone could remember. She has lost only three matches since winning her fifth Wimbledon title and her third in succession a year earlier.{Wimbeldon}

Around the Big 12:

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Big 12 tournament seeding

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