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OSU Loses Left Tackle To Torn ACL

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With the start of the 2013 season just days away, Oklahoma State was handed some devastating news on Monday night.

Projected starting left tackle Devin Davis could miss the entire season with a torn ACL, according to sources.

The 6-foot-5, 300-pound sophomore from Nacogdoches, Texas, started two games as a redshirt freshman a year ago against Texas Tech and Baylor and played in seven games overall.

The Cowboy coaching staff, including offensive line coach Joe Wickline, has been high on Davis throughout the spring and into fall camp.

Inexperience was already a point of concern on the line, as OSU saw three starters graduate a season ago. Now things will get even trickier for Gundy and Co. with Saturday's season opener against Mississippi State looming.

Senior Parker Graham started 11 games at left tackle in 2012 and could move back to the position after being moved to guard in the offseason. The job could also go to redshirt freshman Michael Wilson, who was listed behind Davis on the Pokes' most recent depth chart.

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