STILLWATER, Okla. — Mike Gundy will get his first look at his true freshman quarterback Wes Lunt since spring practices when Oklahoma State football opens its fall practices Friday morning.
With coaches limited in contacting players over the summer months, all Gundy has heard of Lunt was his progress under strength and conditioning coach Rob Glass. So what does Gundy want to see in his starting quarterback after months away from the coaches?
"I would say for eight or 10 practices he'll look a lot like he did in the spring," Gundy said Wednesday. "Then he needs to steadily start to show some leadership improvement with guys rallying around him."
Friday's first practice will start at 7:30 a.m. and are not open to the public.