Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy is no fan of quarterback controversies, something he hasn’t had to face with Brandon Weeden under center the last few years.
But Weeden’s departure opens the position to three candidates: Clint Chelf, Wes Lunt, and J.W. Walsh. Gundy and his coaching staff will meet this week and decide on a starter.
“I’m not a big fan of going through the summer or preseason camp with a quarterback controversy or quarterback competition,” Gundy said. “Spring ball was an opportunity for all three players.”
Walsh, a redshirt freshman from Denton Guyer High School, completed 16 of 27 passes for 310 yards in Saturday’s spring game. Chelf, a junior, completed 18 of 31 for 212 yards, and Lunt, a freshman, completed 15 of 23 attempts for 215 yards. Each of them threw two touchdown passes.
-- Stefan Stevenson