“We will have no further comment on the matter.”

This has to be a little distracting four days before the biggest home opener in school history.

Oklahoma State sophomore tight end Jamal Mosley has quit the team for personal reasons, the school announced Tuesday.

On the Cowboys’ depth chart released earlier this week, Mosley had been listed as the starting tight end for Saturday’s season opener against Georgia.

According to court documents, Mosley is under a restraining order that was filed last week in Payne County Court by Kayla Elizabeth Starks. It is undetermined if that situation and Mosley’s abrupt departure are connected.

This comes comes on the heels of last week’s arrest of the starting cornerback for a minor traffic violation.  Mike Gundy may want to extend that media lock out a few more days.

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UPDATE: More bad news from the Cowboys’ camp – the starting middle linebacker is gone for the season with a torn ACL (h/t Georgia Sports Blog).  As a Georgia fan, I can’t help but notice that OSU’s preseason is starting to take on an eerie echo to what we suffered through in ’08.

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3 responses to ““We will have no further comment on the matter.”

  1. Bulldog Bry

    He was charged with holding weed, yet he was “in good standing” with the team? Interesting.

  2. bourbon dawgwalker

    The 2008 UGA football team would like to reitterate that all these offseason arrests are not distracting. At all.

  3. NebraskaDawg

    It’s going to be alot tougher for the Cowboys to put up 300 points on the Dawgs now, T. Boone.