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Oklahoma State QB Wes Lunt transfers out of Stillwater

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The Cowboys sophomore will be looking for a new home in the 2013 offseason.

Christian Petersen

The Oklahoma State Cowboys have lost Wes Lunt. The sophomore signal-caller will be transferring out of the program.

Lunt played in seven games in 2012 and started five of them but struggled with injury. Lunt went down in the third game of the season against Louisiana-Lafayette. He only started two more games against TCU and Kansas State before being knocked out due to concussion-like symptoms. He completed 61.8 percent of his passes and threw six touchdowns, but also tossed seven interceptions.

The Cowboys do enjoy significant depth at the quarterback position, with Clint Chelf the likely starter (reports indicate he took all the first-team snaps in spring) and J.W. Walsh the potential backup. Daxx Garman also figures to factor into the rotation. With Lunt recovering from injuries, a redshirt season was likely, so one-year transfer rule might not be a big deal for him.

Several schools will probably target Lunt, like North Carolina State, Mississippi State, and South Florida (who are all currently looking at Penn State quarterback Steven Bench).

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