OSU's Staley looks to make most of senior season
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) - After missing his first two seasons with a knee injury, Oklahoma State fullback Kye Staley wants to make the most of his last year of eligibility.
Staley had an impact last season and says he was able to show his knee has healed well and that he can contribute to the Cowboys' success.
Staley told the Stillwater News Press that he has taken better care of himself since getting hurt. In addition to watching what he eats and not staying out late, Staley says he is training in a manner that he hopes will cut down on nagging injuries, such as a strained hamstring.
Last season, Staley showed he has good hands. He finished the year with 12 receptions for 166 yards.
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