Originally Published: Aug 14, 2010 10:59 PM CDT<BR/>Scrimmage number one is in the books for the Cowboys.  Most reports were good from the players and coaches we spoke to afterward.  <BR/>You could tell the offensive players were okay with how things went, but not satisfied with giving up a couple of sacks and and interception for touchdown.  Mike Gundy seemed pleased that Brandon Weeden found about 10 different receivers with passes.<BR/>We keep hearing several of names pop up when we talk with players and coaches this preseason.<BR/>One is LeRon Furr who is a hard-hitting redshirt freshman linebacker who tends to wow onlookers with the ability to make big plays.  Bill Young is big on guys who can force turnovers defensively.  Furrs concussive ability makes him one of those guys.<BR/>Another is slimmed-down WR Tracy Moore whos combination of tight end size with wide receiver skills makes him a nightmare matchup for opposing defenses.  <BR/>The third is RB Jeremy Smith.  He broke out with a huge 160+ yard rushing performance against Grambling last year as a freshman, but suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in practice just days after.  Smith told me Saturday night that he feels great and is ready to put the injury behind him.  There will be room for more than just Kendall Hunter in the backfield in OSUs new offense.  Smith will be battling for time with Travis Miller and Joseph Randle at what is probably the deepest position on the Cowboy roster.<BR/>Two good signs on defense from the scrimmage:  The Cowboys are somewhat thin along the defensive line, especially with Jamie Blatniks situation.  DT Chris Donaldson had two sacks for safety in the scrimmage.  They are also looking for playmakers at cornerback with Perrish Cox gone to the NFL.  Broddick Brown returned an interception for touchdown in the scrimmage.<BR/>Just some thoughts after scrimmage number one.