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Guthrie’s Kye Staley giving it another try

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Guthrie Sports Page shared a few weeks ago about the attempted comeback by Guthrie’s Kye Staley with the Oklahoma State football program and it appears Staley is ahead of the game as the Cowboys go through spring drills.

Photo By Bryan Terry - The Oklahoman

Staley, who red-shirted in 2008, suffered one of the worse knee injuries that the Oklahoma State medical team had seen after tearing several knee ligaments during an OSU practice when he suffered a torn ACL, MCL, and meniscus when a player rolled into his knee while carrying the ball early in the 2009 season.

Staley played multiple positions in leading Guthrie to the state championship in 2007. He ran for 1,380 yards and 28 touchdowns while passing for 625 yards, and caught 10 passes for 320 yards. Staley left the Guthrie program with multiple school records.

NewsOk’s OSU beat writer Brandon Chatmon caught up with the 2008 Guthrie graduate and talks about perhaps quitting a bit too early and his progress.

Read the entire story by clicking here.

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