Oklahoma State football: C.J. Curry out for season

By Gina Mizell Published: October 23, 2012

The injury hits keep coming for Oklahoma State.

Coach Mike Gundy revealed the latest blow Monday, announcing that freshman wide receiver C.J. Curry is out for the season with a shoulder injury.

Curry, one of the gems of the 2012 recruiting class, played in two games for the Cowboys this season and recorded two catches for 25 yards. He was rated a four-star recruit coming out of Flowery Branch (Ga.) High School.

Curry will likely receive a medical redshirt.

The OSU receiving corps is already missing starters Tracy Moore (ankle) and Isaiah Anderson (finger), as well as backup John Goodlett (undisclosed injury). On this week's depth chart, Blake Webb and Nick Rockwell moved from inside receiver to the outside, while Jhajuan Seales, a true freshman who hasn't played yet this season, is listed as a possible backup.

TCU NOT A NEW OPPONENT ON RECRUITING TRAIL

Though TCU is a new Big 12 opponent for OSU, the Cowboy coaching staff has been going head-to-head with the Horned Frogs for years — on the recruiting trail.

Because of TCU's location in the Dallas Metroplex, a high school football hotbed, Gundy and TCU coach Gary Patterson often find themselves scouting the same teams.

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