Posted January 20, 2013 on oklahomastate.scout.com
One would expect it to be the offensive linemen or the defensive tackles that were part of Oklahoma State's big recruiting visit weekend to lead off talking about the food, and the big guys do like the meals offered on the training table. But the skill players have to eat too. Just ask Taylor Lewis.
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