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  1. Loryn Goodwin....former UNT...former Butler....former UTSA player has now signed to play at Oklahoma State. This has to be one of the most "traveled" women's basketball players I have ever seen. One must wonder why it is that she is now set to play for her fourth university. I know some here blamed our then head basketball coach for her leaving. If it is coaching, this player has certainly found a lot of "challenging" coaches. I simply have a hard time understanding all these transfers. Here's hoping she finds her place at OSU...heaven knows OSU needs some players on their women's side.
  2. STILLWATER — The Oklahoma State football program was put on one-year probation, fined $8,500, given self-imposed recruiting restrictions and had its student-athlete host program temporarily suspended following an NCAA ruling Friday that the university did not follow its drug testing policy or properly regulate its Orange Pride program. DRUG TESTING From January 2008 to October 2012, five football players who tested positive for banned substances participated in a total of seven games in which they should have been withheld, in accordance with the university’s policy. OSU athletic director Mike Holder told the NCAA in a January hearing he “mistakenly” believed he had “latitude” as the drug program’s administrator to make exceptions under the policy and approved those exceptions through coach Mike Gundy. Gundy admitted he was “guilty” in making decisions that contradicted the policy if he felt suspension was not in the player’s best interest. However, Holder was assigned to oversee the drug testing policy and he said “there is no question” he should have gone by “the letter of the law” and those student athletes in violation should have been suspended in line with the university’s policy. Read more: http://newsok.com/ncaa-announces-infractions-penalties-for-oklahoma-state-football-program/article/5413353
  3. Receiving reports that John has enrolled at UNT and is participating in Spring practice. http://www.hudl.com/athlete/184405/highlights/1876436 http://www.okstate.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/john_wood_819725.html
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