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High Noon Highlights (8/27): What BPS will look like social distanced style

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What Boone Pickens Stadium will look like this season:

Oklahoma State’s plans for football in 2020 do include fans, however as part of that, they have reduced capacity and have made it a must to social distance. This morning associate athletic director Kevin Klintworth gave a sneak peak as to what the seating for fans will look like. The orange seats are where people will be seated.

Defense talks to media:

As practices get underway, the media got the chance to speak with the key players of the defense of Oklahoma State. Including newcomer Christian Holmes.

While Ford is wreaking havoc in the front seven with the likes of Calvin Bundage and Amen Ogbongbemiga, newcomer Christian Holmes is looking to help hold down the secondary against the explosive Big 12 offenses. ”Talking about depth in the Big 12 where you have a lot of tempo and a lot of guys going on offense, I knew with my ability that I could compete with any receiver,” Holmes said. “On defense we have a lot of depth where I feel I can come in and contribute in any way possible whether that be on special teams or anything. I just know I can contribute somehow.”{okstate.com}

New Tape Doesn’t Lie:

The Tape Doesn’t Lie guys are back to talk about the 2020 season. This episode is about the defensive side of the ball and the guys are joined by Deion Imade. This is a great show that we’re big fans of here at CRFF.

Around the Big 12:

Iowa State TE preview

Can a realignment happen?

Power Rankings

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