Oklahoma State was already going to be pretty green in the two-deep in the trenches.

Last week, the position took a hit a month out from the expected start to the season when a pair of linemen who were projected to either start or see significant playing time entered the transfer portal for reportedly violating team policy.

With the departure of redshirt sophomores Bryce Bray, who started in 10 games last year and played in all 13, and Jacob Farrell, who appeared in two games last year and was believed to be in the two-deep heading into this season, it’s become a next man up approach for Oklahoma State.

“It’s like any position, if you lose somebody, if you lose a starter, then next guy’s got to be ready to move in – next man up,” OC Kasey Dunn said. “In this situation, we’ve got to have the next man step forward and go. Hopefully, they’re in there and they’re getting extra time with Coach Dickey and obviously Coach (Chris) Meyers, his graduate assistant. They are two of the best in the country, so I’d be surprised if we’re not ready to fill those spots and we get rolling just like normal.”

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