Mike Gundy was a little busy during the bulk of the 25th anniversary celebration of the 1988 Oklahoma State football team. He was coaching the current Cowboys to a 42-6 victory over Kansas.
But after the game, Gundy got to spend time with his old teammates, even making a visit to Eskimo Joe's. He singled out offensive lineman Byron Woodard and running back Gerald Hudson as two former Cowboys he hadn't seen in several years.
“It's important for Oklahoma State to find a way to build tradition here and by bringing back players of great football teams here,” Gundy said on his Sunday evening media teleconference. “Our team's aware of it, and there's so much media coverage nowadays in those situations that I think it's great for Oklahoma State football to get those guys back. It was really nice to see them.”
The Cowboys are still missing three key parts of their receiving corps, as Blake Jackson, Austin Hays and Blake Webb have missed several weeks with unspecified injuries.
With three weeks remaining in the regular season, could we see any of those pass-catchers return?
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