Posted March 27, 2013 on oklahomastate.scout.com
Quarterback Clint Chelf is not the only Oklahoma State player in graduate school this spring. Chelf was admitted into the MBA program in the Spears School of Business on the Oklahoma State campus last December. Offensive guard Parker Graham, that's right offensive guard, is also enrolled in graduate school and working on a master's degree in administration.
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