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Cowboy Football Report, Aug. 4

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The Oklahoma State football team held its fourth practice Monday morning at the Sherman E. Smith Training Facility. The Cowboys completed an approximately two-hour long session wearing helmets, shorts and shoulder pads. OSU offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich talked about practice and the Cowboys’ offense. His comments:

Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurcich

On Monday’s practice
“Some good, some bad. Typical of, this is day four; so back through the installation again at the top and had a couple of new wrinkles at them. Some of the young guys might be a little bit overloaded and that sort of thing. There’s a lot of plays being made, which is good to see, and then there’s a lot of room to improve.”

On if the offense is where he wants it to be
“I think we’re doing just fine. It’s too early to sit back and say that right now. A few more practices, we’ll try to sit back and evaluate and see where we’re at at that point.”

On if anyone has stood out to him in practice

“A lot of the guys. A lot of the returner guys. A couple of the freshmen have. I think it’s really too early right now to name names and that sort of thing. I think we have several guys and you’d hate to leave one out. It’s early and we’ll see what happens.”

On what he expects when the team practices in full pads
“We go at a pretty fast tempo with our shoulder pads and with our helmets, just a little bit more. Work some goal line coming up, so we’re looking forward to that; short yardage.”

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