Oklahoma State WR Tracy Moore returns, but questionable to start
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy reiterated Monday that wide receiver Tracy Moore had been reinstated after being suspended for the Cowboys’ opener against Savannah State following his third brush with the law in the past six months.
Gundy said he was unsure if Moore would start, however. But if he begins the game on the bench, it would not be because of any additional disciplinary action. It would simply be because of the personnel group needed for the first play called.
“He’ll be with us practicing,” Gundy said. “Offensively, our staff will have to make decision on whether they want him to be out there the first play or later, based on what we’re trying to accomplish.”
Though Moore is listed as a starter on the outside, Charlie Moore–who started in place of Tracy Moore Saturday–sometimes lines up opposite fellow first-teamer Isaiah Anderson in certain plays.
Tracy Moore is the Cowboys’ top returning receiver, catching 45 passes for 672 yards and four touchdowns last season. But in OSU’s past two games, Tracy Moore has not played on offense. He was demoted to only special teams duties in the Fiesta Bowl after he mouthed off during a practice, then suspended against Savannah State after being cited by the Stillwater police department on suspicion of providing alcohol to a minor.
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