Darrent Williams did not practice significantly on Wednesday and it is safe to expect the senior cornerback to be held out of the Bedlam game.
Daniel McLemore, who has been practicing all week after a shoulder injury against Missouri, should be good to go and start at that corner.
David Koenig has practiced some, but it is still iffy how much he can play at left guard on Saturday.
Practice went good as the game plan on both sides of the ball continued to be explored and polished. The workouts begin tailing off tomorrow with a shorter noncontact practice.
OSU-OU: Practice Report
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