The Oklahoma State Cowboys will be without a top defensive lineman for the rest of the season. Defensive end Jimmy Bean suffered a knee injury last week against Texas Tech and it was reported that he will not be able to return for the rest of the season.
According to Kyle Fredrickson of the The Oklahoman reported that Bean tore his ACL. This means that the redshirt senior’s career with the Cowboys is now ending on a bad note.
Per Robert Allen, DE Jimmy Bean did in fact tear his ACL. His #OKstate career is over.
— Kyle Fredrickson (@kylefredrickson) November 7, 2015
The game last week with the Red Raiders was Bean’s 34th consecutive start. This year, Bean recorded 25 tackles and 5.5 sacks which adds to his career total to 76 tackles and eight sacks.
We at Campus Sports wish Bean a quick recovery in hopes that he will be ready in time for the Draft Combine.
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