Zachary Lancaster and Brian Murphy discuss all things Oklahoma State Athletics, football and basketball recruiting, as well as talk to Oklahoma State legends. Be sure and give us a follow on Twitter at @PokesReport, @zlancaster91 and @Bmurphy47!
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Oklahoma State play-by-play voice Dave Hunziker joined the Pokes Report crew on Tuesday to talk all things Oklahoma State football! They take a look at this year's team, both returning starters and players who will be competing for starting jobs. Dav... more
Zachary and Brian talk with Pokes Report publisher Robert Allen about the start of Oklahoma State's fall camp this past Wednesday, including some position break downs and battles and what some of the transfers and new projected starters look like.
Brian and Zach break down Big 12 Media Days, which includes possible conference expansion/realignment, who they were impressed with the most and if they learned anything from what they heard.
Oklahoma State has a lot of talking heads, but half don’t get access to actually talk with players/coaches and a lot who do are afraid to say anything negative. These guys will provide great insight, with some less bias than anyone else and great content. 5/5 would listen again.
Audio quality is 1,000 times better. Thanks very much.
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