Cowboy head coach Les Miles was pleased with the effort he saw in Oklahoma State’s first two-a-day workouts held Saturday at Boone Pickens Stadium.
OSU went through a two-hour workout in the morning and a 2-1/2 hour session Saturday evening on the artificial turf.
“I thought the guys handled today well,” commented Miles following Saturday’s evening practice. “The tempo was upbeat in both the morning and afternoon sessions and the heat was not much of an issue due to the mild weather.”
Oklahoma State’s offense will obviously have a different look on the field this year and the team is making good use of fall camp to tweak its game and come together as one unit.
“We are dealing with subtle changes in our offense,” commented Miles. “We are coming at the guys hard right now but they are adjusting well and picking it up quickly. This team is at the point where they have some fine tuning to do but they can turn the corner and be a strong football team if they put forth the effort.”
The Cowboys will hold one practice at 10:40 a.m. on Sunday morning. The team will take advantage of its time away from the practice fields to participate in team building activities during the evening before returning to two-a-day workouts on Monday.