Oklahoma State players don pads, helmets for fourth workout of fall practice

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STILLWATER, Oklahoma — The Oklahoma State football team put on pads and helmets for its fourth practice of the fall season.

The Cowboys worked out Monday morning at the Sherman E. Smith Training Facility for approximately two hours in helmets, shorts and shoulder pads.

OSU offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich said the practice included "some good, some bad," which he called typical for the fourth day of workouts.

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