Posted September 15, 2012 on
Oklahoma State moves to 2-1 after a 65-24 victory against Louisiana Saturday afternoon at Boone Pickens Stadium. After a bye week, the Cowboys welcome the University of Texas to Stillwater on Sept. 29.
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Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy expects starting quarterback Wes Lunt's left knee to be immobilized for the next several days as he tries to recover from an injury sustained Saturday.
The Cowboys (2-1) are off this week before hosting No. 12 Texas (3-0) on Sept. 29. Gundy says he should know more about Lunt's status toward the end of this week, although his policy is not...
STILLWATER, OKLA. (AP) -- Backup J.W. Walsh threw for 347 yards and four touchdowns in relief of injured starting quarterback Wes Lunt, leading Oklahoma State to a 65-24 blowout of Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday. Walsh also ran for 73 yards and a score after replacing Lunt, who hurt his left knee on the sixth play of the game and left the field on crutches.
The Oklahoma State locker room and training room will be in lockdown for the next two weeks. The emergence of J.W. Walsh as an excellent quarterback option after the injury to Wes Lunt means that Texas head coach Mack Brown and Longhorns defensive coordinator Manny Diaz will be working on everything possible in preparation for the Cowboys game with Texas on Sept. 29.
Oklahoma State starting quarterback Wes Lunt was injured during Saturday's win over Louisiana-Lafayette, and his long-term status for the rest of...
The hype didn’t come from nowhere. Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy talked up the Oklahoma State defense as one of the best he’s had entering the 2012 season. And the optimism was warranted.
Alief Taylor High School is 1-2 thus far this season, but there are promising days ahead for the Lions as they have been playing really good defense paced by Oklahoma State commitment Ogbonnia Okoronwo and USC pledge Terrodney Prevot.
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -- Backup J.W. Walsh threw for 347 yards and four touchdowns in relief of injured starting quarterback Wes Lunt, leading Oklahoma State to a 65-24 blowout of Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday.
Walsh also ran for 73 yards and a score after replacing Lunt, who hurt his left knee on the sixth play of the game and left the field on crutches.
The Cowboys (2-1) didn...
It took about 20 minutes into Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy's Sunday teleconference with the media for somebody to ask the question on everybody's mind. Did Gundy want to add any information about starting quarterback Wes Lunt's knee injury to what he shared in his news conference immediately after the Cowboys 65-24 win over Louisiana on Saturday?
Before the game, Dave Hunziker, the radio voice of the Oklahoma State Cowboys, said that he thought it would be interesting if the Cowboys fell behind Louisiana early just to further test the mettle of a team that was coming off a stunning upset at Arizona to see how they handled the further adversity. Call it, kind of, a pile on test.
J.W. Walsh stood at the podium during postgame, with bright shining lights, cameras and questions being shot toward him. The spotlight was deserved. Oklahoma State's back-up quarterback was solid in his first major college football game after starter Wes Lunt went down with a knee injury on his first drive.
Oklahoma State rolled up a school record 742 yards of total offense behind the throwing and passing of backup quarterback J.W. Walsh en route to a 65-24 victory over Louisiana on Saturday at Boone Pickens Stadium. Photographer KT King captured the sights of college football Saturday in Stillwater.