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Big 12 Media Days: Brown Officially Gone

Freshman Tyler Brown leaves Oklahoma State program and is reportedly seeking a smaller school to play football.

DALLAS – As first reported here on the Go Pokes Premium Board and on Triple Play Sports Radio, All-State and highly recruited offensive lineman Tyler Brown of Lexington, Okla., has left the Oklahoma State program less than a month after reporting as a freshman.

The 6-5, 315-pound Brown left because the campus and atmosphere was bigger than he had thought. He has told people close to him that he is seeking a smaller climate for school and possibly football.

There is also news on Oklahoma State signee and academic non-qualifier and four-star Oklahoma City John Marshall offensive tackle Tramonda Moore.

Moore did not meet NCAA academic requirements and has enrolled in junior college at Independence Community College. He is telling media, friends, and interested schools that he is now classified as a 2017 recruit. The only way that is possible is if he graduates and collects his associates degree from an accredited junior college. Here is hoping he is off to heavy academic load this summer.

Moore has reported on his Twitter account visits to Oklahoma and recently to Oklahoma State this summer.

Brown has visited UCO in Edmond and NEO A&M Junior College and might also consider East Central University in Ada.


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