Kansas State escaped Louisiana Tech with more than just a win, they also escaped relatively un-injured as no major injuries took place during the game. Here is your update on the players who have been injured this season.
Boston Stiverson (OL)-Leg
As expected Stiverson missed the La Tech game, and until my eyes see differently, I'm going to assume he misses the Oklahoma State game as well. Hopefully he is able to come back soon though, as this offensive line could use the help.
Jesse Ertz (QB)-Leg
Ertz status remains unchanged as he is expected to miss the majority if not all of the season.
Dante Barnett (S)-Shoulder
Bill Snyder confirmed (for him) that Barnett will likely miss the Oklahoma State game.
Bill Snyder says injured SS Dante Barnett "in all likelihood" will not play at Oklahoma State— Ken Corbitt (@KenCorbitt) September 29, 2015
Matt McCrane (K)-Leg
McCrane missed the La Tech game and with Jack Cantele kicking so well, I would expect McCrane to continue to rest his injured leg.
Alex Delton (QB)-Knee
No new update on Delton besides Robinett's initial report of his knee injury. Do not expect him to play against Oklahoma State.
Oklahoma State has been lucky in that they have had very few injuries this season, though the ones they have had have happened to key players.
Mason Rudolph (QB)- Hand
Many were puzzled by Mike Gundy's decision to fire up the QB carousel during the Texas game, as Rudolph and J. W. Walsh split more time than normal during the second half. However, it appears that was due to Rudolph suffering a "stinger" to his right hand making it difficult for him to grip and throw the ball. Given how important a QB's hand is in throwing the ball, it wouldn't surprise me to see more of Walsh at QB than originally expected.
Chris Carson (RB)-Ankle
Carson appeared to injure his right ankle during the Texas game, though Mike Gundy said Monday he expected Carson to play against Kansas State.
Rennie Childs (RB)-Undisclosed
Frenemy blog Cowboys Ride for Free reported earlier this week that Childs suffered an unknown injury during practice and will be held out of the K-State game per an unnamed source. If Carson and Childs do miss the game, expect true freshman Jeff Carr will likely get the start against the stout Kansas State run defense.
Vili Leveni (DT)Ankle
DT Vili Leveni tore his Achilles tendon during spring practice and is out for the season.