Oklahoma State football will return to Boone Pickens Stadium for its annual spring game on April 28, the school announced on Tuesday.
The Cowboys’ spring game will kick off at 2 p.m. ET and will feature a new-look roster that has major holes to fill on offense and defense.
— Cowboy Football (@CowboyFB) February 13, 2018
Oklahoma State’s quarterback battle will be an area to watch this spring, however, incoming freshman Spencer Sanders, who’s expected to compete for the starting job, and Hawaii grad transfer Dru Brown won’t be in Stillwater, Okla., until the summer.
Oklahoma State will also look for new receivers to replace the production of James Washington, Marcell Ateman and Chris Lacy.
On defense, the Cowboys will look for all the help they can get with the departures of Chad Whitener, Tre Flowers and Ramon Richards.
Oklahoma State will also be breaking in a few new assistants, including former Duke defensive coordinator Jim Knowles, this spring.
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