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STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -- Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy expects starting quarterback Wes Lunt to split practice time with backup Clint Chelf this week before the team determines who will play this Saturday against West Virginia.
Lunt had to come out of the Cowboys' loss to Kansas State over the weekend after getting hurt, continuing a revolving door at the position this season.
Lunt began the year as the starter, then injured his knee and was replaced by J.W. Walsh in the third game. The two flip-flopped again after Walsh's season was ended by injury.
That meant third-stringer Chelf had to come in after Lunt was hurt against K-State.
Gundy does not comment on his players' injuries, but team doctors appeared to be checking Lunt for concussion symptoms on the sideline.
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