“I don’t know for sure what he would do or what he would want to do,” Gundy said.
In a Cowboy season marred by injuries, losing Moore would be the biggest blow. He was the Cowboys’ top returning receiver heading into the season, with 73 catches for 1,067 yards and eight touchdowns. This season, he has 20 catches for 259 yards and four touchdowns, with all four scores coming in a career game against Arizona. He had successfully transitioned from the inside receiver spot to the outside during the spring, and possesses a big body and playmaking ability at several spots on the field.
Without Moore for at least the immediate future, OSU will continue to rely on receivers like junior Charlie Moore, senior Isaiah Anderson and true freshman Austin Hays at the outside spots. To help make up for Moore’s production, the Cowboys have also moved junior Nick Rockwell and true freshman Blake Webb from inside receiver to the outside. Sophomore Josh Stewart and junior Blake Jackson have been the main contributors at inside receiver.
OSU has already lost six players to season-ending injuries: Quarterback J.W. Walsh, cornerbacks Devin Hedgepeth and Jonovan Griffin, tight end Justin Horton, wide receiver C.J. Curry and linebacker Jeremiah Tshimanga.
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