Victor Johnson hurts left knee
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Oklahoma State safety Victor Johnson will be out indefinitely after injuring his left knee in the Cowboys' win against Texas A&M on Thursday night.
Coach Mike Gundy said after the game that he doesn't know "what the definite injury is but it looks like he could be out."
Johnson grabbed at his left knee after he was tackled on a kick return late in the first quarter. Trainers came out to tend to him before he limped off the field.
Johnson is the starting free safety for the Cowboys and totaled 39 yards on his first two kickoff returns of the season against Texas A&M.
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