Jordan Evans, who suffered a hamstring injury early in the second half against West Virginia and did not return, will probably be available on Saturday against Oklahoma State.
Evans did not practice last week and remains limited, but Stoops said he was expected to at least go through part of practice Monday.
“I'm fairly confident by the end of the week he'll be ready to play,” Stoops said.
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Evans was replaced last week by walk-on Ruben Hunter, who had a career-high seven tackles. Stoops said sophomore Curtis Bolton also was a possibility at the spot if Evans was unable to play.
Outside linebacker Will Johnson, who was injured leading up to the West Virginia game, is unlikely to play in the regular-season finale. Johnson has already missed four games this season. (The Oklahoman)
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