Brendan Maloy
Tuesday November 19th, 2013

Baylor will be without starting lineman Spencer Drango on Saturday. Baylor tackle Spencer Drango was chosen as a Freshman All-America last year. (Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

No. 4 Baylor will be without starting left tackle Spencer Drango when it takes on No. 10 Oklahoma State on Saturday, according to David Ubben of Fox Sports Southwest.

Drango underwent surgery on a ruptured disk in his back on Tuesday, and he will not be available for the Bears this weekend. The sophomore had been dealing with a back injury for the past month and required surgery after it worsened during the team's win over Texas Tech.

The former Freshman All-America had started 22 consecutive games for Baylor before the injury. It is not yet known when he will be able to return to the field. STAPLES: Baylor stays at No. 4 in the latest Power Rankings

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