Cowboy Football: Spring Practice Notebook

Gavin Lang of the Oklahoma State sports information staff in the athletic department has the nuts and bolts of Saturday's Orange-White game.

:: Kickoff is 6 p.m.
:: Free Admission
:: Open parking
:: Hall of Fame Avenue will be open throughout the day and evening
:: Statewide radio coverage on the Cowboy Sports Network
:: All seating will be on the south side of the stadium as will all stadium entry and exit
:: No chairbacks allowed, but seat cushions okay (per normal stadium policy)
:: Concessions will be open
:: No video cameras (normal stadium policy)
:: No outside food or drink allowed
:: Normal stadium security measures will be in place
:: No umbrellas allowed in the stadium
:: Due to construction, no video boards will be in operation

One Signed, One Prospect
Visitors to Wednesday's practice included Cowboy signee Parker Graham out of Webb City, Mo. Graham, who led Webb City to the Missouri state championship in their class in football, is 6-6 and has put on some 25 pounds since signing and is looking like he is ready to go.

Graham got an early dose of recruiting for his new school as during practice he stood with and talked with offensive lineman Denton Simek from Prague, Okla. Simek fit right in with Graham as he is 6-6, 275 pounds. Physically, the two certainly look like what you are looking for in offensive linemen.

Other Visitors
It was a big day for visitors as head coach Mike Gundy had some of his friends from Midwest City at practice. The visitors included Gundy's former wide receiver target at Midwest City in Mitchel Simons. If that name is familiar it is because Simons came on to Oklahoma State and starred on the diamond at Allie Reynolds Stadium as a second baseman for Gary Ward's baseball teams.

Former Cowboy player Clint Coe was watching Wednesday's practice. Coe, who is graduating from grad school this spring with an MBA, really seemed to enjoy the contact and there was plenty of it from the secondary.

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