The sixth-ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys take on the sixteenth-ranked Texas Christian Horned Frogs today, and the Cowboys will be without one of their most senior, stalwart offensive linemen. Larry Williams, the senior from Wilmington, NC, won’t be available to start at right guard for the rest of the season after allegedly breaking a leg in practice earlier this week.
Additionally, RT Zach Crabtree will be out due to an alleged turf-toe injury suffered during the Pitt game last week.
Redshirt freshman Teven Jenkins and sophomore Johnny Wilson are expected to start in their place at tackle and guard, respectively.
Oklahoma St will be minus right side of O-line. ESPN and OkSt radio network reporting RT Zach Crabtree (toe), RG Larry Williams (leg) out.— Chuck Carlton (@ChuckCarltonDMN) September 23, 2017
Williams should be eligible for a medical redshirt, granting him a sixth year of eligibility should the request be granted.