Oklahoma State will be miss a key part of its offense with junior wide receiver Tylan Wallace out for the season with a torn ACL in one his knees, according to Scott Wright of The Oklahoman.
Wallace is believed to have sustained the injury during Wednesday’s non-contact practice in Stillwater. Wallace was reportedly taken to Stillwater Medical Center on Thursday morning to get an MRI to find the extent of the damage, and another one Friday confirmed the worst.
A source close to #OKState receiver Tylan Wallace has informed me that it’s CONFIRMED Wallace has torn one of his ACLs, meaning he’s done for the season— Jeremy Kolok (@JeremyKolok) November 1, 2019
Wallace went to Stillwater Medical Center yesterday and today and remained optimistic, but MRI results were not good
Wallace is the Cowboys’ top wide receiver with 903 yards on 53 receptions and eight touchdowns, including four 100-yard games. He ranks sixth in program history with 2,512 receiving yards and is tied for sixth with 20 receiving touchdowns.
Wallace is familiar with knee injuries after his twin brother, Tracin Wallace, elected to retire from football in June following multiple ACL tears.