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Injury Report: Brock Martin Questionable, Brown, Jackson, Bryson Green Out against Baylor

No major surprises on the injury front for the Pokes.



[Devin Wilber/PFB]

STILLWATER — For what seems like the first time this season, there are no major surprises on the Cowboys’ injury report.

Oklahoma State will be without running backs Dezmon Jackson and LD Brown against Baylor on Saturday, according to Dave Hunziker. Freshman wide receiver Bryson Green is also out, and defensive end Brock Martin is questionable after suffering an injury against Kansas State last week.

On his radio show this week, OSU coach Mike Gundy said Jackson could return this week after suffering an injury in the Tulsa game. He has only six carries on the season and 20 rushing yards. Brown was injured in Boise. At his media luncheon this week, Gundy said Brown was scoped and they would reevaluate him in a few weeks. Brown has 28 carries for 58 yards and a touchdown this season. He also has a kick return TD on the year.

With those two out, expect more Jaylen Warren. Warren has ran for 341 rushing yards in his past two games. Dominic Richardson will work in relief for Warren. Richardson had a big day against Baylor last season, rushing for 169 yards and three touchdowns against the Bears.

Bryson Green suffered a hand injury in Boise and hasn’t played since. A true freshman, Green has five catches for 57 yards and a touchdown this season.

Hunziker made no mention of Jaden Bray, but he should be available against the Bears. Bray got a played a snap against K-State last weekend as he returns from injury.

Brock Martin was down on the Boone Pickens Stadium turf for a few minutes last weekend and trainers were holding his left arm as he exited the field. Gundy said after the game he didn’t expect the injury to be season-ending. If Martin can’t go, expect a heavy dose of true freshman Collin Oliver.

Oklahoma State and Baylor kick off at 6 p.m. Saturday night in Boone Pickens Stadium. The game is on ESPN2.

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