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No. 21 Oklahoma State adjusts after key injuries


November 24, 2019

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma State's offense has remained productive enough to win since losing its top receiver and starting quarterback to season-ending injuries.

Dillon Stoner has stepped up at receiver since Tylan Wallace's ACL injury a month ago. Backup quarterback Dru Brown performed well in place of Spencer Sanders in his first extended action last Saturday as Oklahoma State (8-3, 5-3 Big 12) defeated West Virginia, 20-13, for its fourth straight victory. Sanders is out with a thumb injury.

"Obviously, you lose a lot of offense when you lose Wallace and then with Spencer being...

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