Oklahoma State’s leading receiver reportedly out vs. Texas

Oct 19, 2013; Stillwater, OK, USA; Oklahoma State Cowboys wide receiver Josh Stewart (5) returns a kick-off 95-yards for a touchdown against the Texas Christian Horned Frogs during the first half at Boone Pickens Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Peter G. Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

The Oklahoma State Cowboys have a lot to fight for this season. Currently ranked 12th in the nation, they’ll take on the Texas Longhorns today to see if they can keep on the heels of Baylor in the Big 12. There’s still a chance for some things to go their way, they just have to keep winning.

That might be a little easier said than done today as they’ll be without leading receiver, Josh Stewart, who didn’t make the trip for this afternoon’s contest:

 

This is a huge blow for the Cowboys offense who has been struggling to find consistency at the quarterback position. Having someone like Stewart around helps make up for that in some cases.

Stewart has 40 catches on the season for 510 yards.

Topics: College Football, Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State Cowboys

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