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Oklahoma State Spring Football Game Roster, Format Details Announced



Oklahoma State released the roster for Saturday’s spring game on Friday morning. There weren’t a lot of surprises but there are a few things to note.

  • As in the past, the team will be split up into an orange team and a black team. The game will resemble a normal college football game, with a couple of tweaks.
  • The quarters will be 10 minutes instead of 12 each. There will be two traditonal kickoffs, one to start each half. After each score, the offense will just start at their own 25-yard line. There will be punts but no returns. Each return will be an automatic fair catch.
  • Punts, field goals and PAT’s will be played as normal without a live rush. It’s an exhibition game. We don’t want our the nation’s only punter in the Heisman conversation getting hurt.

Here’s some of the notable spots for each team. Mason Rudolph, Taylor Cornelius and Josh Green will handle the quarterback duties for the orange team. The black team will field John Kolar, Keondre Wudtee and Jelani Woods.

QB1 and the Oil Baron, Cornelius, will get to throw to the likes of James Washington, Jalen McCleskey, Chris Lacy, Tyrell Alexander. Across the field, we may get to see the tandem of the future as Wudtee and Woods get to throw to Tyron Johnson as well as Marcell Ateman and others on the black team.

Who’s out?

Several players have been ruled out including Justice Hill, who is still rehabbing from off-season shoulder surgery. Dillon Stoner is out. So are offensive linemen Zachary Crabtree, Larry Williams, Deonte Noel, Jacob Clark and Minnesota transfer Tyler Moore — the latter of which will not be eligible this fall due to NCAA transfer rules. The defense will be without linemen Tralund Webber and Vili Leveni and linebacker Brian Ciszewski.

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