Lache Seastrunk, Glasco Martin could return for Baylor vs. Oklahoma State

Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

The Bears could get their top two rushers back, but will be without their starting left tackle.

Baylor's offense hasn't missed a step since a group of skill players went down with injuries, and they could receive an added boost ahead of their marquee matchup against Oklahoma State. Running backs Lache Seastrunk and Glasco Martin could return for the Bears' biggest game of the year.

Both running backs missed the Bears' win over Texas Tech last week. Seastrunk has averaged 8.71 yards per carry and has scored 11 touchdowns this season, while Martin is at a 4.3 yards per rush clip with five touchdowns. In their absence, Shock Linwood ran 29 times for 187 yards and one touchdown.

The injury news isn't all good for Baylor, however, who will be without starting left tackle Spencer Drango for the game. Our Daily Bears takes a look at possible replacement options.

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