Lemon said they would be division champs; and yes, he would get paid extra for it. Gundy said break em down on "division champs."
Other visitors watching practice were OSUI offensive line commitment Zach Crabtree of Mansfield High School, who returned for a second day of practice. Also in attendance was 2013 long snapper recruited walk-on Kaleb Smith from Fort Worth Episcopal.
Matt Mucha, a 2014 offensive line prospect from Houston Clear Lake High School, also watched from the sideline. Mucha is 6-6, 250 pounds.
Both teams and members of their travel party had the chance to see the showing. The Blue Man Group is an interesting act that produces theatrical shows and concerts featuring experimental music, comedy and multimedia; recorded music and scores for film and television.
All of the organization's performances star a single trio of humanoid characters called Blue Men, played by actor-musicians who all wear bald caps and uniform blue makeup.
The North Texas Food Bank was started in 1982 and provides food for over 100,000 people in 13 counties annually. Over 38,000 volunteers contribute to the program and facility, and the Cowboys did their part at the 72,000-square foot facility Saturday.
"You never know how good you have it until you help somebody else out, and we learned that doing this today and it made us feel good," said OSU wide receiver Isaiah Anderson said. "It's good to represent your school and family in a positive manner. Coach (Mike) Gundy preaches that to us all the time so we just make sure we exemplify that in the community and spread the wealth around."
The Cowboy contingent formed an assembly line to fill sacks for the "Food For Kids" program. The food the players sacked, which included juice boxes, cereal, nuts, fruit and cereal bars, will be put in backpacks and distributed to area schools. The food will help sustain its recipient, who has little or no food available at home, over the weekend until he or she returns to school. The food bank estimates that it fills 11,000 such bags per week.
"It was great that we could do this for the kids," said OSU offensive lineman Lane Taylor. "Any time you can give back to the community, it's a great thing. I've always wanted to give back, and this was a good opportunity to do that. It brings a lot of joy to help others; there's people out there starving, and I know I'm helping them have another meal."
"It's a football clinic that some of our players and coaches are putting on for some of the local kids here," said Gundy. "It's great for our guys to be able to get out there and represent Oklahoma State and show kids what opportunities are out there through football. They can be a positive influence on these kids and that is a good thing and something we encourage them to do."