Posted August 05, 2013 on
STILLWATER -- For an Oklahoma morning it was hot and humid Monday as the Oklahoma State Cowboys finished off the fourth and final practice of the NCAA acclimatization period with their second practice in helmets, shoulder pads, and shorts. Tuesday morning the full pads go on for the first time and that wraps up the NCAA mandated schedule for the first five days of practice.
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STILLWATER -- Tuesday's practice was the first full practice in pads and it was the longest practice so far in fall camp for the Oklahoma State Cowboys. They were on the field a little over three hours including the pre-practice routine, but the actual practice ran about two and a half hours on the grass practice fields east of Gallagher-Iba Arena.