Hill hasn’t played since suffering a rib injury against Oklahoma two weeks ago. He left Bedlam and did not return and then didn’t play against West Virginia. According to PFB, Hill’s status is in limbo for whatever bowl game the Cowboys get selected for.
Hill has had another great season in Stillwater, with 930 yards on 158 carries. For his career, Hill has racked up over 3,500 yards and 30 touchdowns. While he did not participate in Senior Day for the Cowboys, it’s still unknown as to whether or not he will stay for his final season with the Pokes.
Oklahoma State is 6-5 heading into Saturday’s match up against the Horned Frogs, who are 5-6 and trying to become bowl eligible.
So expect to see plenty of freshman Chuba Hubbard on Saturday in Fort Worth. Hubbard has had his two best games of the season the past two weeks with 22 carries for 104 yards and three touchdowns against Oklahoma. His encore performance came last week against West Virginia with 26 carries for 134 yards. He also had five catches in both games for 73 total yards.
The Cowboys kick off against the Horned Frogs at 7:00 from Amon G. Carter Stadium.
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