Justin Blackmon Injury: Oklahoma State Wide Receiver Out For Game, May Have Concussion

Oklahoma State's high-flying offense will be without its best wide receiver for at least the rest of this Saturday: Justin Blackmon is out for the rest of Oklahoma State's game against Missouri, reportedly as a "precautionary measure."

It was initially assumed that Blackmon had a shoulder injury, but Twitter is buzzing with the rumor that Blackmon, now on the sidelines with ice on his shoulder and without a helmet, sustained a concussion in the second quarter. He has not played since coming off the field with an injury.

Either way, Blackmon's loss is a major blow to the Cowboys offense. He came into Week 8 with 53 catches for 608 yards and seven touchdowns, leading Oklahoma State in all three categories.

For more on Oklahoma State, head to SB Nation's Cowboys Ride For Free. For more on all the Week 8 action, visit our comprehensive StoryStream for college football scores, news, and highlights.

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