The scoreboard will reflect the scoring and it will be explained in the roster program, on the public address system by Boone Pickens Stadium voice Larry Reece and on the radio with Dave Hunziker and the Cowboy Network crew.
Among the stations carrying the game are KXY (96.1 FM) in Oklahoma City, KFAQ-AM (1190AM) in Tulsa, KSPI (93.7FM) in Stillwater, KWON-AM (1400AM) in Blackwell, and KMZE-FM (92.1) in Woodward.
Meanwhile, several of his defensive pupils are recovering from knee surgery such as Victor Johnson and Andrew McGee, who also had back issues, yet they are moving around and participating in some drills. McGee, like Young, just had arthroscopic surgery.
"He had knee surgery just a couple of weeks ago and he is doing great," said Young. "I had knee surgery a month ago and I can barely walk. What's the deal with that? Age and about a hundred pounds, right?"
Young was also honored Tuesday night as he received the Merv Johnson Integrity in Coaching Award from the Oklahoma Chapter of the National Football Foundation.
"I was a good receiver for NAIA. Good at that level but that is nothing like this (out here)," said Holgorsen modestly.
Coaches always want to coach players beeter than they were and Holgorsen seems to like the looks of this receiver corps that includes players he has complimented such as Josh Cooper, Tracy Moore, Hubert Anyiam, and Justin Blackmon. He will expect them to continue to work hard and get better.
"We'll find the best four receivers that we've got and stick them out there," said the offensive boss. "Just the nature of what we do, spreading the ball around, all of them are going to get their touches.
"The more one guy is comfortable with the offense and the better he knows that, the more the quarterback trusts him, the more we trust him, the more balls he's going to get. We can dictate who gets the ball."