Cowboy O-Line has been holding up well despite injuries
Oklahoma State left tackle Dylan Galloway returned to action unexpectedly last Saturday after an injury kept him out more than a month, but the redshirt junior held up well.
“I think he played better than what he thought he would, and what we thought he would just getting out there,” OSU coach Mike Gundy said. “And he felt good (Sunday), which was a good sign.”
With Galloway back in the lineup, Bray would go back to the right guard spot he was playing before the offensive line was hit with a rash of injuries. He’s the third starter to miss significant time in the last four games. The Oklahoman
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The last exhibition before the regular starts on November 6 against Oral Roberts.
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The Pokes fell to Texas in the championship match. They will return to action on February 6 in Hawaii.
“Obviously our goal was to leave with a trophy,” OSU head coach Alan Bratton said. “We didn’t do that, so you have to give Texas credit. But again, growth from every single one of our guys. We have to keep getting better, but this is good growth for us and I think a real positive for us to end the fall.” OkState.com
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