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Injury update: OSU vs. OU

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STILLWATER, OK - OCTOBER 31: Wide receiver Tylan Wallace #2 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys catches an 11-yard touchdown pass against defensive back Josh Thompson #9 of the Texas Longhorns in the first quarter at Boone Pickens Stadium on October 31, 2020 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. (Pool Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images) EDITORIAL USE ONLY *** Local Caption *** Tylan Wallace;Josh Thompson

Oklahoma State football expects a full, healthy lineup going into Saturday’s game against Oklahoma.

Here is the status of a few key players and what their return means for the team.

Jake Springfield

OSU’s largest weakness has been the offensive line. They’re struggling to give Spencer Sanders a clean pocket and create running lanes for Chuba Hubbard. 

Springfield injured his right ankle against Texas, but he’s returning to provide some much needed aid to the line. He will start at left tackle, allowing Josh Sills to go back to playing guard.

Kolby Harvell-Peel

Harvell-Peel was lost during the Texas game as well with an unspecified hamstring injury. His return brings the secondary back to full strength, which will be key in stopping the Big 12’s most explosive passing attack.

Tylan Wallace

Wallace was a late-scratch before the Kansas State game with an undisclosed muscle injury. He’s been the most productive player on the Cowboy offense. Sanders will have his favorite target and security blanket in the biggest game he’s ever played.