At the very least, it appears as if Oklahoma State starting guard Tavarius Shine is available for the Cowboys Saturday showdown with West Virginia.
Although it’s unclear if Shine will actually see action against the Mountaineers, the senior dressed out during pre-game workouts with the team, although he does have a protective brace on his left wrist, according to John Holcomb of KOTV in Tulsa, Okla.
— John Holcomb (@holcombOKBLITZ) February 10, 2018
Oklahoma State’s third leading scorer with an average of 11.4 points per game, Shine suffered a left wrist injury in early January. After missing the Kansas State game on Jan. 10, Shine suited up the following four games, totaling 39 points, but has since missed the Pokes previous four games versus Arkansas, TCU, Kansas and Baylor.
After missing five games throughout the past month, it appears Shine may be back in action on Saturday afternoon against the Mountaineers.
Oklahoma State and West Virginia Arte set to square off at 12 p.m. ET on ESPN.
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