The Last Weekend: What Can Fans Expect?

Unless there is a super secret suprise, and I don't think there is, then there are no official visitors to Oklahoma State this weekend . Outside linebacker/jumbo athlete commitment Dawson Bassett of Tuttle, Okla., said he would visit after signing day, perhaps visiting during spring football much like running back Caleb Muncrief did last spring.

There may not be any visitor this weekend, at least that we know of, but there are still coaches out on the road. We know that head coach Mike Gundy and defensive line coach Joe Bob Clements are in Salt Lake City to make an in-home visit with the family of Ofa Hautau.

The interesting aspect of that is Hautau is on his last official visit to Hawaii while Gundy visits his family. One fellow visitor last weekend felt Hautau was leaning heavily to Oklahoma State. Hautau has not commented, waiting instead to announce something after this weekend.

We learned from Hurst (L.D. Bell) defensive end Vili Leveni on Thursday that Glenn Spencer will be in his home tonight. Leveni said he is deciding now between Oklahoma State and Utah State, and that Utah, the school he was one-time committed to, is out of the picture.

Gundy was in the home of Darius Curry earlier this week, perhaps on Thursday, and the report was that it went well. Curry has a chance to be a really good player and possibly an early contributor on the defensive side of the ball.

That stop to see Curry means Gundy was in the Atlanta, Ga., suburb of Flowery Branch, which is home to the Atlanta Falcons facility and would be where Falcons quarterbacks coach Glenn Thomas, a possible candidate for the OSU offensive coordinator job, has his office.

There's no word on whether he made a stop there, but it certainly would have been convenient to do so.


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