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Episode 5 Recap of ESPN+ Documentary ‘Our Time: Oklahoma State Football’

Recapping Part 5 of OSU’s ESPN+ docuseries.



Episode 5 of the ESPN+ documentary following Oklahoma State this preseason, entitled ‘Our Time: Oklahoma State Football,’ debuted on Thursday. Spoilers ahead as I recap it below. Let’s dive in.

Ep. 1 recap | Ep. 2 recap | Ep. 3 recap | Ep. 4 recap

• All the feels right off the top with Blake Jarwin awarding a scholarship to Jake Springfield, a walk-on offensive lineman.

“He came in as a walk-on last year,” said OL coach Charlie Dickey. “We had a really good class of incoming freshman offensive lineman, and if you put him with those guys, you couldn’t tell he was the walk-on. He fit in with all those guys.”

• Pistols Firing with an appearance on the episode today. B-rolled a segment with Kyle and Carson talking about season expectations, wherein Carson concludes: “This team has the talent to not only make it to the Big 12 title game, but to win it.”

• Charlie Dickey on the offensive line: “I would sum up our offensive line as a work in progress right now. We lost a couple guys.

“I’m not feeling the pressure. Our expectations haven’t changed because things have changed,” he adds. “Our expectations are that we’re going to do our job, we’re going to set the standard.”

• BRB googling where to find these boots Holder is rocking here.

• Gundy on players protecting themselves: “I know it’s hard. Your buddies are going to be going to the party. You can’t go. Even if you go with a mask, it’s going to be so prevalent out there that you’re just risking it. And you don’t want it.”

• Chuba (!!): “The biggest thing for me is just winning this Big 12 championship, and a national championship. That’s why I came back.”

• “We have the opportunity to do something special here,” Tylan Wallace says. “I couldn’t pass up that opportunity.”

• I dunno what this play was but yooo. Spencer after the play: “Hey Chuba, just wait on me!”

• Robert Allen on COVID-19: “Think they had a lot of positives with COVID. They got past those. There’s some internal immunity that’s involved. The guys that haven’t had it are doing the right thing, staying away from the student body, isolating themselves. This team is in pretty good shape.”

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