Posted April 17, 2013 on oklahomastate.scout.com
STILLWATER - Just as expected, the Oklahoma State Cowboys used their last practice leading up to Saturday's spring finale to scrimmage with officials one last time with the regular units on both sides of the ball. They squeezed in close to 80 plays on Wednesday leading up to the spring game, which will be a little watered down as they split up the team, especially the linemen.
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