Oklahoma State could be without wide receiver Dillon Stoner tonight due to a nagging injury, according to Mark Cooper of the Tulsa World.
#OKState radio broadcast says Tyron Johnson will be used at inside receiver tonight. Dillon Stoner has a "nagging injury," still in uniform.
— Mark Cooper (@mark_cooperjr) October 1, 2017
If Dillon Stoner can’t go, the Cowboys will still likely be fine. They’re insanely deep at the wide receiver position, and they still have the explosive power of James Washington and Marcell Ateman.
Against a revamped Texas Tech defense, the Cowboys will need to score quick, but not having Stoner shouldn’t slow them down a lot.
Oklahoma State needs this win to stay relevant in the playoff hunt. They already have one loss, and a second loss would all but doom the Cowboys in terms of their playoff chances.
They still have an explosive offense, but it’s the Oklahoma State defense that’s going to need to step up and force Texas Tech quarterback Nic Shimonek to make mistakes. If they can do that, they’ll be in a good spot.
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