Oklahoma State loses two freshmen for rest of season due to knee injuries

CBSSports.com wire reports

STILLWATER, Okla. -- Two freshmen will miss the entire season for No. 18 Oklahoma State because of knee injuries.

The Cowboys released their first injury report of the season Thursday, listing redshirt freshman cornerback Jonavan Griffin and freshman linebacker Jeremiah Tshimanga out with season-ending knee injuries.

Oklahoma State also lists cornerback Andrae May and receivers David Glidden and Torrance Carr all out for this Saturday night's game at Arizona. Backup defensive end Tyler Johnson and backup linebacker DeMarcus Sherod are listed as probable against the Wildcats.

The team is not releasing specific injury information on players who could return during the season.

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