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OK State RG Larry Williams Arrives To Game On Crutches, In Boot

Things don’t look good this week for offensive lineman Larry Williams.

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Well, this isn’t good. Oklahoma State right guard Larry Williams arrived to Boone Pickens Stadium on crutches and wearing a boot on his left foot.

As indicated by Nathan Ruiz, his status for the Cowboy’s game against Iowa State at 2:30 pm is unknown. It is not uncommon for players to wear, and even show up to a game, in a boot in order to give an ankle as much rest as possible. In fact, Baker Mayfield just arrived at the Cotton Bowl in a walking boot.

However, the addition of crutches in concerning. It would indicate that Williams can’t, or shouldn’t, put weight on his left foot.

Williams, a redshirt junior and JUCO transfer, was a big get for Coach Gundy as part of the 2016 class, and has been a factor in the o-line rotation this year.

Williams began his career at ECU where he showed flashes of his potential. However, he was dismissed from the Pirates after his redshirt freshman year. He spent last season at Hutchinson Community College where he turned his career around for the positive, and earned first-team NJCAA All-American honors.

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