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Oklahoma State football: Jacob Farrell enters transfer portal

The redshirt sophomore offensive lineman is leaving Stillwater.

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Oklahoma State redshirt sophomore offensive lineman Jacob Farrell has entered the transfer portal, he announced Tuesday night on Twitter.

“I would like to thank everyone at Oklahoma State for everything they have done for me in my two years there! To the best fans, coaches and teammates, I will forever be grateful for all memories I made, and relationships that will last a lifetime,” he wrote. “I wish nothing but success to Oklahoma State.”

Farrell appeared in only two games for the Cowboys in his career, both late appearances against Oregon State and McNeese State in 2019.

Farrell, 6-foot-6 and 313 pounds, was a three-star recruit out of Sulphur, Oklahoma, in the class of 2018. His departure is a slight hit to OSU’s depth on the offensive line and marks more than a dozen players to enter the portal since 2019.