The Oklahoma State Cowboys have just a single game left to play before their 2012 campaign is in the books. Now is a great time to begin looking toward the 2013 season to see what holes the Cowboys will need to fill on their roster.
While some of these positions are obvious since seniors are graduating, others have become holes due to lack of production or injury turnover. Those may not be “holes” in the strictest sense, but they are in that they need to be fixed if this team is to make a serious run at another Big 12 title in 2013.
Oklahoma State football is going stronger than ever, but whether that continues is massively dependent on how well Mike Gundy and his staff can fill these holes. The 2013 season is not the only future season that will depend on it.