Trailing 37-25, Texas was dealt a huge blow ahead of its second half against Oklahoma State.
Texas announced during halftime that sophomore running back Chris Warren III had been sidelined by a knee injury. Warren will not return to the field on Saturday. Warren entered the weekend as Texas’ second-leading rusher, and he earned 106 rushing yards on 10 first-half carries against the Cowboys.
UPDATE: Chris Warren (knee) will not return in the second half. He is out for the remainder of today's game.Advertisement
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Junior D’Onta Foreman was the leading rusher over Texas’ first three games, and he has run 10 times for 65 yards and a touchdown against Oklahoma State. Senior quarterback Tyrone Swoopes rushed for two touchdowns during the first half, and freshman Kyle Porter gained five yards on his only carry.
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