With less than a week before classes start, Bryce Bray of the Oklahoma State Cowboys announced his intentions to enter the transfer portal on Thursday.
As an offensive lineman, the redshirt sophomore contributed in all 13 games last season while starting in ten of those. Expected to help pave the way for one of the most talented running backs in the country, the absence of Bray will certainly be felt in the early going. However, it’s a trend that is becoming quite concerning.
Earlier this week, another offensive lineman in Jacob Ferrell also announced he will part ways with the program despite both using the phrase “Forever a Cowboy.”
Now forced to replace depth with just under a month before the start of the season, can O-State find stability in the trenches?