Posted August 11, 2012 on
STILLWATER - The Oklahoma State players had to feel blessed Friday morning while walking from the West End Zone to the grass practice fields east of Gallagher-Iba Arena as the temperature was about 10 degrees cooler than it has been for any other practice throughout camp. The weather cooled down just in time for the first day of two-a-days.
BEST OF MAXIM
OVER BEER PONG?
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Okla. St. defensive tackle Christian Littlehead related to an incident where he allegedly punched a woman in the face over beer pong.
Oklahoma State opened its 10-day foreign exhibition trip with a 95-72 victory over Barcelona Select on Friday afternoon in Spain. Here are some highlights from the victory, courtesy of Mike Noteware with the OSU Media Relations office. Mike Cobbins scores on a left-handed jumper, Phil Forte sets up Markel Brown for an alley-oop dunk, and then Brown grabs an offensive rebound and slams it home.
No doubt, you have read the reports about Oklahoma State defensive tackle Christian Littlehead, and he is in a pickle. Littlehead is his own worst enemy as he seemingly puts himself in poor positions. You can't blame the media as they are just reporting the incidents and charges. Honestly, I think the 6-2, 310-pound Littlehead is a good kid, but has some judgment issues.
Oklahoma State defensive tackle Christian Littlehead did practice and participate in Saturday night's scrimmage. For the time being, he is still part of the Cowboys football team. The sophomore defensive tackle missed Friday's practice to answer charges of misdemeanor assualt and battery stemming in Cherokee County from a argument over a beer pong game back in early March 2.
Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Bill Young says the Cowboys defense needs to improve after watching them Saturday night in the first scrimmage of fall practice. Here are some of his thoughts while visiting with the media on Saturday night following the scrimmage.
STILLWATER - One of the things that Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy has tried his best to accomplish is to protect his players by being extremely judicious about revealing information on player injuries. That effort has been compromised in the first week of fall camp this season. At the end of Thursday's practice he addressed it with his team and the support personnel in the program.
Todd Monken shares his observations with the media following Oklahoma State's 115-play scrimmage on Saturday night. Here is what the Cowboys' second-year offensive coordinator had to say prior to watching film from the team's first scrimmage of fall practice.