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  Tylan Wallace was having a relatively quiet start to the season. It was speculated the Oklahoma State receiver might have been dealing with the lingering effects of his ACL injury from late in the 2019 season. Others wrote it off as the offense was focusing more on avoiding major mistakes from true freshman quarterback Shane Illingworth once starter Spencer Sanders went down on the first play of the second offensive drive of the season. "Tylan is very driven," Cowboy coach Mike Gundy said. "He was at, sometimes, we felt four to six weeks ahead in recovery, just based on his willingness to work hard with with rehab. And he's put himself in a good situation. He's somewhat past the mental part of it, which, you know, anytime you get injured, you know, it works on you mentally a little bit, and I think he's gotten past that now. And he's back to just enjoying the game."

Whatever the case was, it's now a thing of the past with the help of the outmatched, inexperienced Kansas defense. Wallace recorded his first 100-yard receiving performance of the season, and hauled in his first touchdowns - including the team's first passing touchdown of the year. He finished with nine catches for 148 yards, with a long of 55 yards, and two touchdowns. "What they did defensively allowed us to be able to do those things," Wallace said. "We watched their past few games and we knew they were going to come out and do that. That's exactly what we needed to be able to throw the ball down the field, and I think we did a better job, obviously, than the past few games." - Stillwater Press

(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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