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High Noon Highlights(8/8): Mike Gundy makes changes for 29-year-old freshman Tom Hutton

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Gundy talks Tom Hutton:

Going to college for a 29-year-old married man is a unique experience. This is something head coach Mike Gundy is understanding of when it comes to his punter Tom Hutton. When Hutton tweeted out about bed checks at fall camp, Gundy had his staff make some adjustments.

He was asked about these adjustments at a practice.

“I think he’s doing well,” Gundy said. “He’s married, his wife is here. She said that bed check was kind of weird the other day. And I said we probably don’t need to bed check Tom anymore. He’s 29, he’s worked in a paper mill working 10 hours day so he somewhat understands going to bed at night.”

Dunn with fun at practice:

When you give a college kid a GoPro, they’re gonna have fun with it at football practice. Tylan Wallace got to have his fun while it lasted before wide receivers coach Kasey Dunn was ready for Wallace to go back to work.

Fall practice for the other OSU:

How is fall camp going for Oklahoma State’s first opponent? The guys at GoPokes decided to take a look at Oregon State’s camp so far.

Watching from a good distance away, 1,890-miles driving distance and 29 hours, from Corvallis, Oregon it has been a very eventful fall camp so far for the Cowboys opening opponent in Oregon State. Eventful is not what most coaches are looking for unless the events are players crushing it on the practice field and developing into the kind of explosive talent that can catch a Power Five opening opponent by surprise. I’m not saying the Beavers second-year head coach Jonathan Smith isn’t discovering players, but he is seeing his sports medicine staff being kept busy. The latest victim is freshman speedster receiver Anthony Gould, who showed up for Tuesday’s practice on crutches and had his upper left leg wrapped. Gould sustained the injury after making a catch and being tackled in a live scrimmage during Monday’s practice. {GoPokes}

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Song of the Day:

Hamilton is currently playing in OKC and then headed to Tulsa. If you go can go see it it’s phenomenal.