Oklahoma State football: QB Wes Lunt getting bigger, stronger
Freshman now looks ready for the rigors of Big 12 football thanks to hard work with OSU's staff.
STILLWATER — During a meeting with reporters at Big 12 Media Days in Dallas last month, one of the first things Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy mentioned about new starting quarterback Wes Lunt was not his arm strength or grasp of the Cowboys' offensive system.
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It was Lunt's new weight. The first-year quarterback had gained about 15 pounds of muscle on his 6-foot-4 frame since arriving in January, bulking up to 220 pounds.
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