Oklahoma State has dismissed freshman cornerback Juwan Offray from the football program.
According to the original report published by OColly.com, Offray was let go by the football program following an arrest for public intoxication Sunday morning. Offray was arrested with wide receiver Jhajuan Seales after the two were found passed out in a fast food drive thru. Per the report, this was not the first strike for Offray, but the details of any previous infractions have not been confirmed.
Offray is still enrolled at Oklahoma State, although it is being reported he will pursue a transfer in the future to continue playing football elsewhere in the Big 12.
— Kyle Fredrickson (@kylefredrickson) October 24, 2014
Offray has appeared in all seven games to this point in the season for Oklahoma State, with three tackles to show for it. Oklahoma State’s secondary should prove to be as vulnerable as ever as the depth thins out following this dismissal. Oklahoma State ranks 10th in the 10-team Big 12 against the pass. The Cowboys have allowed an average of 288.4 passing yards per game, and Baylor and Oklahoma still remain on the schedule after West Virginia today. So do Kansas State and Texas.