OSU football: Tylan Wallace says knee surgery 'went good'
STILLWATER — Oklahoma State receiver Tylan Wallace kept the news short on Wednesday afternoon, but wanted Cowboy fans to know the surgery to repair his torn ACL was successful.
“Surgery went good today,” Wallace posted on Twitter at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Wallace injured the knee last Wednesday, bringing an end to his stellar junior season. He finished the year with 903 yards and eight touchdowns on 53 catches.
A Biletnikoff Award finalist last year, Wallace will be eligible to enter the NFL Draft if he chooses to pursue it.
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