Cox Will Play, Hunter Unlikely for OSU Against Texas A&M
Kendall Hunter Running Past a Texas Tech Defender (AP Photo)
Originally Published: Oct 9, 2009 6:44 PM CDT
Oklahoma Sports Staff
STILLWATER, Oklahoma -- According to a source, Oklahoma Sports has learned Perrish Cox will play in tomorrow’s game against Texas A&M, but Kendall Hunter is unlikely to play.
Both players were listed on the team’s injury report as day-to-day. Cox, a corner back/kick returner, was on the report with a shoulder injury while Kendall Hunter landed on the list with an ankle injury.
Cox is averaging 24.2 return yards per kickoff and 37 per punt this season. Hunter, the Big 12’s leading rusher a season ago, has rushed for 104 yards and one touchdown. His injury came in Houston’s week two upset of the Cowboys, 45-35.
The Cowboys will already be without wide receiver Dez Bryant, who was ruled ineligible to play Wednesday.
The Cowboys are set to begin conference play this weekend, but OSU injuries have been the story coming off the team’s bye week.
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