Some notable changes to Oklahoma State’s most recent depth chart released Sunday afternoon:
No more “or” at the quarterback spot. Hooray! Wes Lunt, of course, returned from his knee/ankle injury against TCU, passing for 324 yards and a touchdown in his first start in six weeks.
Not nearly as much madness at the wide receiver spot, but one key name is now missing — Tracy Moore. The senior hurt his ankle against Kansas on Oct. 13 and was on crutches on the sideline against TCU.
Right now, Charlie Moore or Isaiah Anderson is listed as the starter at one outside receiver spot, and Austin Hays the starter at the other spot. Backups on the outside include Brandon Sheperd, Nick Rockwell and Blake Webb.
Jeremy Smith or Desmond Roland is still listed as the No. 2 running back. Smith finally looked like himself again against TCU, getting seven carries and scoring a crucial touchdown in the third quarter to give the Cowboys the lead for good. Roland did not play Saturday.
Lyndell Johnson is back on the chart, listed as a co-backup at strongside linebacker with Joe Mitchell.