Posted September 24, 2012 on oklahomastate.scout.com
All the talk at Oklahoma State’s Monday football news conference was who would be the Cowboys starting quarterback for Saturday's game with Texas. Will Wes Lunt’s injured left knee be improved enough for him to play? That remains to be seen, but for the first time in a couple of seasons we do know who will be quarterbacking Texas as David Ash has solidified his hold on the Horns on-field controls.
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