By Scott Wright
STILLWATER — Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard had hoped to return to his first love over the winter.
A three-time Canadian champion in the 100-meter dash, Hubbard looked forward to getting back on the track following the Cowboys’ Liberty Bowl victory in late December.
But it wasn’t meant to be.
The beating and banging Hubbard took in handling the football 169 times between rushes, receptions and kick returns left the sophomore-to-be in need of some surgical work on his knee.
Nothing major, just a little clean-up.
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