CRFF - High Noon Highlights (1/24): Spencer Sanders is ready to work with new quarterback coach

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Tim Rattay will be his third QB coach in three years

Spencer Sanders is ready for his third QB coach in as many years


With excitement building around the Cowboys, there is also optimism around Sanders. He believes his surgically repaired thumb is healed. And after finding a rhythm in his first year as the starter, another new perspective could help his growth.

Rattay, who coached quarterbacks for the Washington Redskins last season, will be Sanders’ third quarterback coach in as many years. The Oklahoman

Cowboy baseball team getting excited for regular season


3️⃣ weeks ‘til the real thing - until then we’ll keep grinding #GoPokes #okstate pic.twitter.com/82GNnPdUyk

— Cowboy Baseball (@osubaseball) January 24, 2020

Here is the Poke’s projected lineup and preseason grade


Preseason No. 2️⃣2️⃣ @OSUBaseball

Four everyday regulars are back from Oklahoma State, plus a few key pieces on the mound.#NCAABaseballhttps://t.co/vSM9AMhOvc

— NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) January 24, 2020

Viktor Hovland struggles with new European Tour rule


In the opening round, Viktor Hovland said that his group was already on the clock on the 13th hole (their fourth of the day) when he took a little extra time to readjust his line on the green.

Walking to the next tee, Hovland was informed by an official that he required 59 seconds to hit his putt – longer than the mandated 40 seconds. That was his first bad time; another and he’d be docked a stroke.

“That kind of flustered me a little bit,” Hovland told reporters Wednesday at the Dubai Desert Classic. “The rest of the round, I was only focusing on trying to play fast, instead of trying to perform. It was a little bit of a learning experience for me just to trust my routines.”

Hovland said he’s not normally a slow player and that he’s “never felt stressed in that way before.” Golf Channel

While we’re on the topic, here’s a funny Hovland meme


Hovy Challenge > Dolly Challenge#okstate | #golfschool pic.twitter.com/Qs3N25zoVL

— Oklahoma State Golf (@OSUCowboyGolf) January 24, 2020

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