There are two sides to every story. We've heard Kyle Spano's viewpoint, how his son, Kody, a quarterback, was so upset he might have to wait until June to enroll at Oklahoma State that he ended up signing with Nebraska. But is there a chance Spano used the news to try and get on the field earlier in his career? Because he's prohibited from talking about recruits he didn't sign, OSU coach Mike Gundy's side of the story might never be told. There's certainly a lot more to the story than was reported two months ago. To review what happened, Gundy needed 10 early-entry scholarships. OSU signed seven junior college players in December. Three high school players, including Spano, planned to enroll early and participate in spring practice. The problem was Gundy was informed he might be two scholarships short for the spring semester due to the heavy influx of juco players and concerns two seniors on OSU's roster might not graduate in December as projected. Gundy informed Kody Spano and Mesquite wide receiver Adrian Richards they might have to wait until June to report. Their scholarships weren't pulled. But they might have to wait. Might is the operative word. Turns out, the two seniors in question graduated. A little over a week after Gundy made those phone calls, two more scholarships were available. Kody Spano could have reported to Stillwater in January and participated in spring practice. Richards chose to stay in Mesquite and will report to Stillwater this summer. Kyle Spano, an offensive line coach at Stephenville, said OSU coaches never informed him or his son that a scholarship opened up around Christmas. Kyle Spano was asked if that would have made a difference. "First and foremost, he felt trust was broken,” Kyle said. "Kody is where he needs to be.” So what happened? Did the relationship become so fractured that both sides realized it was best to go their separate ways? That's certainly a possibility. Since Zac Robinson is entrenched the next two years, and two quarterbacks are waiting in the wings, did Spano see it as an opportunity to sign elsewhere? The irony is, Kyle Spano was upset the only early entry high school scholarship was earmarked for Markelle Martin, who his son helped recruit to OSU. Martin, a safety from Wichita Falls, had been committed for less than a month. His son committed 10 months earlier. Kyle Spano said Gundy explained to him Kody probably would redshirt while Martin might play as a true freshman. E-mails were sent to the media from several Stephenville people who were upset. A week later, Kody Spano took an official visit to Nebraska. It's now water under the bridge. Martin is on OSU's campus. He is projected to play this season. Spano will participate in Nebraska's spring practice. "It's a great opportunity for him,” Kyle Spano said. "Things are going well.” The entire story might never be known. But there is more to the story than was first reported.