There’s also some concern about the health of two of Oklahoma State’s top receivers, Tracy Moore and Isaiah Anderson, who missed the Kansas game because of ankle and finger injuries, respectively. Gundy said he’s hopeful those two will return to face the Cyclones, but whoever sees action has to make plays.
“We’re concerned about making sure we have guys out there who give us a threat to make big plays,” Gundy said. “The health of Wes is progressing every day. That’s one area that we can’t control. He could be considerably better Wednesday than he is today. He could be slower. It’s just hard to tell. But we’ll have a group of guys that will be out there. If they’re freshmen, if they’re young guys, they have to find a way to make plays. It’s just the way it is.”