Oklahoma State's practice time won't be limited this fall.

The NCAA amended OSU's APR score to 930 after receiving new information and rescinded an earlier penalty of two hours per week and the loss of a practice day.

Oklahoma State discovered the recent graduation of a player from the 1990s which counted toward the APR score and had not been factored into OSU's original APR score of 929.41 over the past four years and left the school subject to penalty.

The school informed the NCAA of the graduation last week and was pleased with the quick elimination of sanctions. The school was informed of the news on Tuesday morning.

"Throughout this process the NCAA has been committed to having complete and accurate data," Kevin Fite, OSU's senior associate athletic director for compliance, said in a release.