Oklahoma State's football team started spring practice on Monday in Stillwater, and there are plenty of new faces to get acquainted with.
Four new assistant coaches are on the OSU staff, and while they learn who their players are, the players are getting familiar with their new coaches.
It was a busy winter for head coach Mike Gundy as he hired the four new assistants, and Gundy admits it's the least favorite part of his job.
The new coaches include safeties coach Dan Hammerschmidt, offensive line coach Greg Adkins, running backs coach Marcus Arroyo, and fullbacks and tight ends coach Jason McEndoo.
Gundy also told the media on Monday quarterback Daxx Garman intends to transfer and play elsewhere in his senior season.
Gundy did not know where Garman would transfer, but said he is slated to graduate this May, and if so, would be eligible to play immediately at another NCAA Division 1 school.