Reports: Oklahoma State starting LT Davis (knee) out for 2013
ESPN and The Oklahoman are reporting that sophomore left tackle Devin Davis suffered a season-ending knee injury.
Oklahoma State starting left tackle Devin Davis suffered a season-ending knee injury, according to multiple reports.
The Oklahoman first reported that Davis suffered a torn ACL. ESPN's Brett McMurphy could not confirm the specifics of the knee injury, but did report that Davis suffered the injury more than a week ago and he will miss the 2013 season.
The Cowboys open the 2013 season against Mississippi State in Houston. They were picked by the media to win the Big 12 and rank No. 13 in the preseason AP poll.
The 6-foot-5, 298-pound sophomore was expected to make a step forward in 2013. Senior Parker Graham started at left tackle for the Cowboys in 2012, but he was planning to move back to guard -- Graham has played both positions -- and Davis was going to start at tackle.
Oklahoma State's offensive line has cleared the way for six consecutive 1,000-yard rushers and six consecutive first-team All-Big 12 running backs.
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