Justin Blackmon Injury Update: Oklahoma State Receiver Out For Game, Reportedly Questionable Next Week

Missouri's defense gives up 533 total yards on offense as Oklahoma State moves to 7-0

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Justin Blackmon Injury Update: Oklahoma State Receiver Out For Game, Reportedly Questionable Next Week

The world of Twitter is abuzz with unsubstantiated rumors, but clearly something became wrong with Justin Blackmon during today’s game against the Missouri Tigers. The talented Oklahoma State receiver left the game with “concussion-like symptoms” according to reports and was without his helmet for the entire second half of the game. It’s unclear the extent of the injury or what it might mean next week.

Adam Kemp reports that, “WR Justin Blackmon had concussion-like symptoms and was held out of the second half against Missouri. Blackmon had eight catches for 54 yards and a TD in the first half but spent the second half standing on the sideline without a helmet and a towel around his neck.”

However, that hasn’t stopped Sports Insights from saying that he’s already questionable for the team’s next game at home against Baylor. With a high scoring attack that features Robert Griffin III at quarterback, OSU is going to need to match the up-tempo game of Baylor and that makes Blackmon key heading in. We’ll keep you posted with anything that we hear.

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Justin Blackmon Injury Update: Oklahoma State WR Out For Rest Of Game Vs. Missouri

An update out of Columbia, as the 2010 Biletnikoff winner Justin Blackmon has had his helmet taken away from him. Per ESPN Big 12 blogger David Ubben:

Justin Blackmon is out for the rest of the game as a "precautionary measure," according to a sideline report on Oklahoma State's radio broadcast.

With the trainers of the Cowboys taking Blackmon's helmet away, speculation is that the wide receiver from Ardmore, Oklahoma might have suffered a concussion the first half versus the Missouri Tigers. It was earlier believed that Blackmon might have suffered an injury to his shoulder as he's been seen icing it. Blackmon leaves the game with 8 catches and 54 yards receiving with a touchdown reception from Brandon Weeden in the first quarter.

The No. 4 ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys lead the Missouri Tigers 38-17 at the end of the third quarter in Faurot Field.

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Oklahoma State Vs. Missouri At The Half: Cowboys Lead The Tigers 24-17

They're trading haymakers in Columbia, as the No. 4 ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys hold a 24-17 lead over the Missouri Tigers at the end of the first half. Brandon Weeden has thrown the pigskin all across the field in the Tigers, throwing for 270 yards on 24-36 passing and three touchdowns.

While Oklahoma State has put points on the board via the aerial attack, Missouri has found a ton of success via the ground game. Henry Josey, currently 7th in the nation in rushing yards/game, has run wild against the porous Cowboys defense. 94 yards on the ground on 16 carries has stabilized Coach Gary Pinkel's offensive attack. Missouri was able to get touchdown scores from Kendial Lawrence (18-yard TD run) and T.J. Moe (34-yard TD catch from James Franklin) to give us a 24-17 game at Faurot Field.

Oklahoma State will receive the ball in the second half versus Missouri, but could be without Hubert Anyiam. Anyiam left the game in the second quarter with an apparent foot injury and went to the locker room. He did not return to the field prior to the half.

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Oklahoma State Vs. Missouri Score Update: Weeden's 3 TD's Give The Cowboys 21-3 Advantage

Three touchdown passes from seasoned veteran quarterback Brandon Weeden has given the No. 4 ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys a 21-3 lead over the Missouri Tigers in Columbia.

Touchdown catches by Michael Harrison (27 yards) Justin Blackmon (8 yards) and Joseph Randle (13 yards) capped off lengthy drives by the Cowboys as Weeden conducted scoring drives of 74 yards and 88 yards in just under three minutes each in the first quarter. Randle's TD catch has kicked off the second quarter as Weeden's stat line is an astounding one, 20-26 passing for 229 yards and 3 TD's.The 2010 Biletnikoff winner Blackmon has 7 catches.

Missouri's best drive came midway through the first quarter as big chunks in the passing game, some razzle-dazzle (a halfback pass from Josey to James Franklin) and a few runs got the Tigers on the board with a field goal from the shaky kicker Grant Ressel.

Oklahoma State's defense has played well thus far, forcing three punts and the lone field goal.

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Upset Watch: How Can Missouri Slow Down Oklahoma State's Passing Attack?

Missouri heads into Saturday's contest with Oklahoma State as a .500 team, but some interesting match-ups make it look like this game could be a lot closer than the records show.

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