(Stillwater-AP) -- The Oklahoma State football team gets back to playing football this week with a game at Texas A-M.
The Cowboys were supposed to play Saturday night, but like all Division One teams, their game was postponed due to last week's terrorist attacks.
Coach Les Miles says he knows his players are likely to have safety concerns this week.
But once the team gets to A-M, he says he hopes the atmosphere is no different than any other college football Saturday.
Quarterback Aso Pogi says he hopes that seeing athletes return to the field will give people confidence to move forward with their lives.