CRFF - High Noon Highlights (12/12): Chuba Hubbard named Sports Illustrated All-American

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Chuba Hubbard named first-team SI All-American:

The accolades just won’t stop coming for Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard. Most recently, he was named as a First-Team All-American by Sports Illustrated. Wisconsin running back Johnathan Taylor was named to the team alongside Hubbard.


RB: Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State

Hubbard has quietly been one of the best players in the country this season, an explosive rusher who has racked up 1,936 yards and 21 touchdowns on the ground. Averaging 161.33 rush yards per game, he’s a big reason why the Cowboys had a top-35 scoring offense {Sports Illustrated}

Shane Illingworth to miss Under Armour All-American game:

Oklahoma State quarterback commit will no longer play in the Under Armour All-American game. He sustained an injury and his recovery is taking longer than expected.


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— Shane Illingworth (@shane_wayne0411) December 12, 2019

Jahmyl Jeter to transfer to Texas State:

Former Oklahoma State running back Jahmyl Jeter is headed to San Marcus, Texas to play for Texas State. in a Tweet Jeter said:


Time for a new beginning...I would like to say thank you to everyone who supported my discussion and stuck with me through this process. Also I would like to thank Oklahoma State as well!.

Time for a new beginning...I would like to say thank you to everyone who supported my discussion and stuck with me through this process. Also I would like to thank Oklahoma State as well!. pic.twitter.com/PUBYWVgOlN

— Jete (@Teamjeter28) December 11, 2019

Wolff and Hovland not nervous ahead of weekend tournament:

Take a look at this great photo posted by the PGA Tour communications team.


.⁦@matthew_wolff5⁩ and Viktor Hovland aren’t exactly nervous about being a team of first timers at this week’s ⁦@QBEshootout⁩. ⁦@PGATOURpic.twitter.com/kMSKWMP4Yo

— PGA TOUR Communications (@PGATOURComms) December 11, 2019

They look ready to take the course together again!

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