OSU Has Options To Deal With Weather

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Oklahoma State's football team has been practicing for more than two weeks in preparation for the season, and they've had to deal with a lot of heat and humidity in August.

The coaches like that, because it gets the team mentally and physically ready for the grind of the season.

They also know there needs to be a limit on that kind of weather, and that's where OSU's Sherman Smith indoor facility comes in.

When the coaches feel the team has been pushed to its limits with an outdoor practice, they move everything indoors and continue the workout in a cooler environment.