Skip to content

Cowboys might be missing an All-American

Believe it or not, there are non-Mike Leach stories going on in college football today, so we’ll hit on a couple of those before getting back to the Leach imbroglio.

One of those stories to hit on is not good news for the Oklahoma State faithful.

According to Tulsa World, the Cowboys may be without All-American offensive lineman Russell Okung for their Cotton Bowl match-up with Ole Miss.

Okung apparently suffered a knee injury during practice on Tuesday, and his availability for the bowl game is very much uncertain.

Head coach Mike Gundy said he “can’t even comment” on Okung’s injury or his status.

The senior left tackle has started the last 46 games for the Cowboys and was a consensus All-American this season.

Permalink 0 Comments Feed for comments Latest Stories in: Big 12 Conference, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Rumor Mill
Respond to “Cowboys might be missing an All-American”
  1. RaiderRedleg says: Dec 30, 2009 2:32 PM

    Too bad…Hope this doesn’t hurt his draft stock.
    Oklahoma State is going to have its work cut out for them against Ole Miss if Okung is out and Zac Robinson is still dinged up.
    Looks a rough bowl season is shaping up for the Big 12!

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!