Oklahoma State football: Offensive scheme similar to what Wes Lunt ran in high school
Still, the freshman quarterback can expect plenty of lessons and adjustments this season.
Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Todd Monken insists the Cowboys’ spread offensive system isn’t very complicated. It’s a similar scheme to what new quarterback Wes Lunt ran in high school — a key reason why the true freshman won the starting job.
Still, Lunt’s first season will be full of lessons and adjustments, especially early. Even so, coach Mike Gundy said the coaches have not felt the need to simplify the playbook for...
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