Rudolph’s Status for Sugar Bowl Still in Doubt

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Oklahoma State is hoping to get quarterback Mason Rudolph back for the Sugar Bowl when the Cowboys face Mississippi on New Year's night in New Orleans, but they're not sure he'll be ready, or if they are, they're not saying.

Rudolph had foot surgery shortly after the regular season and has been rehabbing to try to get ready for the bowl game.

At  his news conference in Stillwater on Monday, December 21, OSU head coach Mike Gundy says regardless of whether Rudolph is ready, J.W. Walsh will see a significant amount of time at quarterback, and Rudolph will have to show he's returned to 100 percent to see the bulk of the playing time.


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