The search for Oklahoma State’s new No. 3 quarterback
With starting quarterback Wes Lunt out with a knee injury for at least the immediate future, Oklahoma State is now only two deep at quarterback.
J.W. Walsh and Clint Chelf are the new 1-2, of course. But the other two quarterbacks on the roster — Daxx Garman and Cody Peterson — are both ineligible this season, offensive coordinator Todd Monken said following Saturday’s win against Louisiana-Lafayette. Garman is sitting out and redshirting this season after transferring from Arizona, while Peterson is a walk-on who previous played for Arizona Western Junior College.
(Full disclosure: I’m unsure why that transfer would make Peterson ineligible, since it’s from a junior college. I need to clarify that with Monken. He could be ineligible for another reason.)
So, who’s No. 3?
Jase Chilcoat, perhaps?
Chilcoat is no longer playing football, but at one time was a walk-on quarterback from Midwest City.
“He’s still around campus somewhere,” Monken said. “We’ll have to re-call him, because we don’t have anybody else. I was on the headset going, ‘Might have to get him,’ because at least he knows some of what we’re doing.
“Otherwise, you’d have to go Joe Randle in the Wildcat (formation).”
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