This is certainly an interesting potential development.
According to Jake Trotter of ESPN.com, the right side of No. 6 Oklahoma State’s offensive line — guard Larry Williams and tackle Zachary Crabtree — is expected to be sidelined for the game against No. 16 TCU in Stillwater. Both linemen sustained the injuries in the Week 3 win over Pittsburgh, Williams his ankle and Crabtree a toe.
Crabtree has started 32 straight games at right tackle for the Cowboys. He was named second-team All-Big 12 following the 2016 season, while he was a preseason All-Big 12 selection heading into the 2017 season.
Williams began his collegiate playing career at East Carolina, coming to OSU from the junior college ranks after leaving the Pirates.
The Cowboys enter the conference opener for both schools with one of the most explosive offenses in the country, currently third in the country in total yards per game (607), tied for fourth in points per game (54) and seventh in passing yards per game (407.3). OSU enters today’s contest as an 11.5-point favorite according to the line set by Bovada.lv.