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Spring Football: A Good First Week

Tyreek Hill

If there had been one more practice there might have been a lot more to report and discuss coming out of the first week of Oklahoma State's 2014 spring football practice. As it is, two days in shorts, jerseys and helmets and one day in pads to get the ball rolling doesn't produce a lot of epic or next season defining copy. The first week served as a warm-up period.

Maybe the biggest development of the spring so far came with the one player that missed the first day in pads. After a couple of days of primarily learning the routine of practice and showing the head coach that he was very capable of catching kickoffs, newcomer running back/slot receiver Tyreek Hill headed to New Mexico for the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships where he had qualified for... Recommended Stories

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