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Oklahoma State, K-State Riddled With Injuries Ahead of Saturday’s Matchup

Dec 4, 2021; Arlington, TX, USA; A view of an Oklahoma State Cowboys helmet and logo as the Cowboys warm up before the game against the Baylor Bears during the Big 12 Conference championship game at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

On Saturday, Oklahoma State and Kansas State will clash in a Top 25 battle to determine who will have sole possession of second place in the Big 12 standings.

Unfortunately, neither team is looking like it will be anywhere near full strength as the physicality and depth of the Big 12 schedule are starting to take their toll on each of these teams’ rosters.

According to Sideline Sports Network, both of these teams have several starters that they would consider “questionable” coming into the game.


Here’s a look at the injury report for both teams coming into Saturday afternoon’s contest.

Oklahoma State Cowboys

  • WR Braydon Johnson
  • WR Jaden Bray
  • WR Tayln Shretton (Backup)
  • RB Dominic Richardson
  • C Preston Wilson
  • C Eli Russ (Backup)
  • C Joe Michalski (Backup)
  • DE Brock Martin
  • S Thomas Harper
  • S Jason Taylor II

Kansas State Wildcats

  • QB Adrian Martinez
  • QB Will Howard
  • RB Deuce Vaughn
  • DE Felix Anudike-Uzomah
  • DB Julius Brents
  • FB Ben Sinnott
  • DB Josh Hayes
  • LB Daniel Green
  • Khalil Duke – Will Miss First Half (Targeting)

Unlike the NFL, FBS programs don’t have injury designations attached to players, so most of these guys are somewhere between “probable” and “doubtful.” Perhaps an easier way of looking at it would be to just say that both teams are incredibly beat up and will need to have a next-man-up mentality this weekend.

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