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Spencer Sanders Will Reportedly Miss Cowboys’ Game against Iowa State

But now who will play QB?

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Spencer Sanders will miss his second straight game, according to Brett McMurphy.

Sanders, Oklahoma State’s starting quarterback, left the Cowboys’ Oct. 29 game against Kansas State with an apparent shoulder injury and didn’t play in OSU’s loss to Kansas last weekend. Sanders has been banged up since the Cowboys game against TCU on Oct. 15.

Who starts in Sanders’ place is now the question.

When Sanders left the game in Manhattan, Gunnar Gundy came in and went 2-for-7 with 16 passing yards, 27 rushing yards and an interception. A redshirt freshman out of Stillwater, Gunnar is OSU coach Mike Gundy’s son.

But with a full week of evaluation, the Cowboys went with true freshman Garret Rangel in Lawrence last weekend. Against Kansas, Rangel completed 68% of his passes for 304 yards and two touchdowns, but he also threw three interceptions and fumbled a fourth-down snap in the Cowboys’ 37-16 loss.

Oklahoma State and Iowa State kick off at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Boone Pickens Stadium.

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