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Oklahoma State wide receiver Tracin Wallace retires from football due to knee injuries

The redshirt sophomore will pursue other opportunities with Oklahoma State.

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After a career plagued with injuries, Oklahoma State redshirt sophomore wide receiver Tracin Wallace announced Thursday night via his Twitter account that he is retiring from football.

“I tore my ACL again for the third time in September 2018 during practice,” Wallace wrote. “And with that causing me to have 4 knee surgeries in the course of my career, I’m sad to say that (I) can no longer continue to played the game that I love.”

Wallace redshirted his freshman year in 2017 and played in one game in 2018 before the mentioned ACL tear. Wallace said he’ll “continue to be apart” of the Cowboys team, but didn’t specify what his role will be.

Tracin Wallace’s twin brother, Tylan Wallace, is a junior wide receiver for the Cowboys.