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OSU football: Redshirt tracker after eight games

Oklahoma State has played 13 true freshmen this season and now two junior college transfers are nearing the possibility of redshirting. After Saturday’s 34-27 upset at Iowa State, the Cowboys’ future plans are taking shape.

Both transfers Dezmon Jackson and Sione Asi remain eligible to redshirt as the season winds down. Asi could play in two more games, and Jackson in three more. Senior linebacker Calvin Bundage has yet to appear in a game due to injury, but is eligible to redshirt.

Here’s a look at the true freshmen and transfers who have appeared in at least one game so far. They all remain eligible to redshirt until they’ve appeared in more than four games:

Appeared in more than four games: Trace Ford, Thomas Harper, Tom Hutton, Jayden Jernigan.

Appeared in two games: Sione Asi.

Appeared in one game: Langston Anderson, Na’drian Dizadare, Kamryn Farrar, Deondrick Glass, Isreal Isuman-Hundley, Dezmon Jackson, Demarco Jones, Xavier Player, Xavier Ross, Kody Walterscheid.

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Oklahoma State's Sione Asi (99) and Trace Ford (94) tackle McNeese State's Elijah Mack (4) in the second quarter during the college football game between the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the McNeese State Cowboys at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Okla., Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]

Oklahoma State's Sione Asi (99) and Trace Ford (94) tackle McNeese State's Elijah Mack (4) in the second quarter during the college football game between the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the McNeese State Cowboys at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Okla., Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019. [Sarah...

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