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Injury Update: Williams out For Year; Lacy, Crabtree out for TCU Game

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Oklahoma State will likely be without at least three starters against TCU on Saturday as RG Larry Williams (ankle), WR Chris Lacy (shoulder) and RT Zach Crabtree (foot) will not play, according to the OSU radio broadcast and a report by Mark Cooper.

The Pokes were without Lacy and Crabtree for most of last week’s game against Pitt and are expected to return at some point down the road. Williams’ situation is worse, with The Oklahoman‘s Scott Wright reporting that the senior guard is out for the remainder of the 2017 season with what was reported to be a broken leg he suffered during practice. Williams started the first five games of 2016 before losing his starting spot after sustaining a knee injury, which also occurred during practice.

Edison-McGruder’s return is a welcome reprieve for a LB group struggling with depth. He missed the South Alabama and Pitt games with an injury sustained in practice but seems like he will play and even start on Saturday.

Marcell Ateman will step in for Lacy, Johnny Wilson will take Williams’ spot at RG, and Teven Jenkins will go at RT for Crabtree.

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