By Scott Wright
STILLWATER — A few half-used rolls of tape and other random items were scattered on the floor of Oklahoma State’s new football locker room as the team began its first practice of preseason camp in 2008.
The players walked from the locker room — which had been built with part of the more than $200 million donated by Boone Pickens — on the west end of the football stadium and walked to the grass practice fields east of Gallagher-Iba Arena, where pre-practice warmups had begun.
That’s when word of the trash on the locker room floor reached coach Mike Gundy.
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