Coming off a bye week and heading into its Big 12 opener, here are some notes, changes and updates on Oklahoma State’s most recent depth chart released Sunday afternoon.
The starting quarterback position is listed as Wes Lunt or J.W. Walsh. In that order. Now, I wouldn’t read too much into that, as I still expect Walsh to start that game. But it only makes sense for the Cowboys to list both, forcing Texas to prepare for two different styles of quarterback.
The starting center spot as listed as Evan Epstein or Jake Jenkins. Epstein missed the Louisiana-Lafayette game with a foot/ankle injury.
Alex Elkins, who missed the ULL game with an undisclosed injury, is listed as the starter at weakside linebacker.
Austin Hays, who missed the ULL game with an undisclosed injury, is still listed as a backup receiver.
Backup outside linebacker Lyndell Johnson, who hurt his foot/ankle during pregame warmups at Arizona and hasn’t played since, is still off the depth chart.
David Glidden, who slid into the punt returner role against ULL, is officially listed there on the depth chart. Charlie Moore, who held that role in OSU’s first two games, is the backup.