CRFF - High Noon Highlights (8/5): The Viktor Hovland Rule

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Feb 17, 2018
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Welcome to High Noon Highlights, a place to catch up on everything you missed in Oklahoma State Athletics.

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USGA passes “The Viktor Hovland Rule”

Go ahead and call it the Viktor Hovland Rule...

Reigning U.S. Am and U.S. Women's Am champions will no longer need to stay amateur to retain their exemptions into the U.S. Open and U.S. Women's Open.:

— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) August 5, 2019

#okstate gets another rule changed. #DeathToBCS

— Carson Cunningham (@KOCOCarson) August 5, 2019

First, Oklahoma State football killed the BCS in 2011, then two seasons ago Cowboy basketball made RPI irrelevant and made the NCAA come up with some new rating statistic. Now, golf is getting in on the action.

Jordan Brailford off the PUP list

Redskins activate linebacker Jordan Brailford from the PUP List

— TheRedskinsWire (@TheRedskinsWire) August 3, 2019

After dealing with a groin injury, former Cowboy defensive end Jordan Brailford can now practice for the Washington Redskins. With preseason games coming up this week, Brailford has to make up for lost time and play well in order to secure his spot on the 53 man roster.

Andrew Heaney nearing return, to throw sim game this week

Andrew Heaney To Throw Simulated Game Monday

— Tim Dierkes (@mlbtrangels) August 4, 2019

Andrew Heaney looks like he could come off the Injured List this week. He’s been dealing with shoulder inflammation the past few weeks. It is reported he will throw 60 pitches in Boston today, and will join the rotation later this week. It does not look like the Angels will send him on a rehab assignment.

Kaden Polcovich named teamed MVP for Chatham A’s

READ: Chatham announced its team awards, including MVP, Silver Sluggers and Most Outstanding Pitchers ➡️

— Chatham Anglers (@ChathamAnglers) August 4, 2019

The JUCO transfer from Edmond, OK was named the team MVP of the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod League. He hit .325 with 4 HR, 28 RBI, and posted an .899 OPS during the season. He is definitely someone to look out for next season, as Oklahoma State has to replace a lot from the team that finished one game short of making it to Omaha.

Around the Big 12

Lots of Texas football recruiting news over at Burnt Orange Nation

The purpose of the QB competition at OU

Where will WVU be after non-conference play?

Viva the Matador’s overrated meter

Around the Sports World

Yankees get four-game sweep of Red Sox

Marlins No. 5 prospect Isan Diaz gets called up to the Majors

Five NFL teams most likely to improve in 2019

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