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OSU Cowboys Wrap Up Fall Camp

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Oklahoma State wrapped up their fall camp Saturday with a 115 play scrimmage in the Sherman E. Smith Center.

OSU head coach Mike Gundy said that the quarterbacks stole the show playing "the best they have in a scrimmage probably in a number of years here." There's still no word on who will start.

That isn't the best part though. The best part is that OSU managed to escape fall camp without any injuries.

Offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich attributed that to the strength and conditioning staff.

Defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer took his defensive starters out early in the scrimmage and gave the younger guys a chance to get on the field. He's going to evaluate tape of the final scrimmage before figuring out the depth chart. He added that this scrimmage will tell him a lot.

The Cowboys will now take the next couple of days off to rest, and when they return early next week, will begin game prep for their showdown with Florida State.