OSU football: Former Cowboy linemen find new homes
STILLWATER -- A pair of recently dismissed Oklahoma State offensive linemen have settled on new locations for their college football careers.
Bryce Bray, a sophomore from Bixby, is staying close to home at the University of Tulsa, while sophomore Jacob Farrell, who is from the southern Oklahoma town of Sulphur, is headed to North Texas.
Both players announced their decisions on Twitter. Based on NCAA transfer policies, the players will be ineligible this coming season, and will have two years of eligibility remaining, unless the season is wiped out by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bray was expected to be a starter on the right side of the OSU offensive line, and Farrell would have been a key reserve.