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OSU football: Xavier Player, Demarco Jones expected to play more

STILLWATER — With four games remaining, including a bowl game, and redshirt possibilities still open for freshmen who play, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy expects more players to be involved.

And it starts with two defensive backs.

Gundy said he expects freshmen Xavier Player and Demarco Jones to work into special teams action and maintain their redshirt status. Both have played in one game.

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