OSU football: Tylan Wallace to return for senior season
STILLWATER — The new year couldn’t have started much better for Oklahoma State football.
Star receiver Tylan Wallace is returning for his senior season with the Cowboys.
Wallace posted the news on Twitter early Wednesday afternoon, his mother’s birthday.
“We are building something special in Stillwater, and I’m not ready to leave because this is where I belong,” Wallace said. “I’m after a Big 12 championship in 2020 and I believe we have the team to do it.”
With reports emerging that Wallace’s position coach, Kasey Dunn, has backed off his plan to become the offensive coordinator at UNLV, the Cowboys now have a couple more key pieces in place for what could be a special season.
OSU running back Chuba Hubbard’s decision still lingers, with the early entry deadline for the NFL Draft on Jan. 20.
Wallace had 903 yards and eight touchdowns in eight games before tearing his ACL on Oct. 30. A Biletnikoff Award finalist in 2018, he is in line to be one of college football’s top receivers once again.