OSU football: Cowboys' offensive line intact for first time since Week 4
STILLWATER — For the first time since Week 4, Oklahoma State’s offensive line was intact Saturday.
It was a big part of the Cowboys’ big offensive day in a 31-13 win over Kansas at Boone Pickens Stadium.
OSU posted 209 rushing yards, averaged 6.4 yards per play overall and did not allow a sack.
“Just to have everyone back healthy just makes me happy,” said OSU running back Chuba Hubbard, who rushed for 122 yards and two touchdowns. “You know all those guys work hard.”
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Johnny Wilson, who missed the last game with an injury, returned at center. Bryce Bray was back in the starting lineup at right guard after suffering an injury against Iowa State. He was limited against TCU.
That put Dylan Galloway at left tackle, Marcus Keyes at left guard and Teven Jenkins at right tackle.
“I thought they played good,” OSU coach Mike Gundy said. “I know we gave up a couple pressures that we shouldn’t have, but I just have to see the tape and see what happened.”