By Jacob Unruh
STILLWATER — Oklahoma State star receiver Tylan Wallace’s last game was on Oct. 26, 2019, at Iowa State and a lasting image was his devastating stiff arm on a long touchdown.
Since then, he had an ACL surgery and a mixture of nicks and bruises in preseason camp, including a possible groin injury that ESPN reported on its broadcast.
So, it was understandable that the Cowboys took it easy on Wallace in the first half of Saturday’s 16-7 win over Tulsa.
He did not catch a pass, rotating with other receivers.
But then the Cowboys let him loose in the second half.
“Once I got out there and played a little bit, I felt completely fine,” Wallace said.
Wallace caught three passes of more than 20 yards in the third quarter, igniting the Cowboys’ offense.
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