Posted April 05, 2012 on
Shaun Lewis, a two-year starter at the Cowboys' star linebacker position, has developed into a key leader on a constantly improving OSU defense. Lewis wrapped up his sophomore season with 61 tackles, two interceptions, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble in the Cowboys' 12-1 campaign in 2011. Lewis participated in a one-on-one interview with Go Pokes after Wednesday's practice.
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Pretty soon, when he's done returning the 150 or so calls that choked his voicemail system, or maybe after he stares down carpal tunnel thanks to responding to the 200-plus text messages and another 80 or so emails, Jim Littell can take a break.
He needs one.
A season of tragedy ended in triumph last Saturday when the Oklahoma State women's basketball team won the WNIT...
STILLWATER - With so many high schools out of school for the Good Friday holiday and the start of the Easter weekend this proved to be a bonus for the Oklahoma State football program in hosting the annual Spring Football Coaches Clinic. The Cowboys staff welcomed a record number of high school coaches, almost double the previous best as more than 300 coaches attended the clinic on Friday.
It was hard not to notice the 6-3, 215-pound athletic looking individual standing on the sidelines watching Oklahoma State's spring football practice on Wednesday. He was walking up and down the sidelines following specific drills and certain action, primarily on the defensive side of the ball.
STILLWATER - Wednesday's schedule was a little staggered as Oklahoma State returned to the practice field inside Boone Pickens Stadium. Mike Gundy prefers to be on the grass practice field and the team had originally scheduled a scrimmage for the eighth practice. But due in part to weather conditions the Cowboys delayed scrimmaging and went through a comprehensive two-plus hour practice.
We saw two of the recruits that attended Oklahoma State's Friday practice and there were reportedly a couple of others on the sidelines. Quarterback Ryan Novak of Littleton (Heritage), Colo., and his mother made the trip to Stillwater to take in the practice.