Former OSU Coach Returns to Sideline

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It's been a long two years for Bill Young. He helped Oklahoma State to their best season in school history in 2011 as the Cowboys went 11-1.

However, in 2012 the Cowboys finished 7-5, won the Heart of Dallas Bowl and Young was let go.

After taking time to help out at Wyoming, he knew he still had the desire to coach. And with the departure of Todd Phillips at Yukon High School, Young found his opportunity to return to the sideline.

But this isn't the first time Young has coached at the high school level. After starting at his alma mater, OSU, he coached at Carl Albert and Putnam City West.

Young took the time to talk OSU, his transition back to the high school game, and what his expectations are this season with Dylan Buckingham in the video above.

Yukon opens their season at home, Friday, September 5th in a rivalry game against Mustang.

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