Gundy Says Cowboys Will Go Deep, Uncertain on QB Playing Time

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Oklahoma State will have a new starting quarterback when the Cowboys open the season Thursday night at 7:00 at home against Missouri State.

Just because Mason Rudolph isn't around, though, doesn't mean OSU will be changing how they play offense.

Head coach Mike Gundy says OSU would like to be balanced on offense, but they still plan on throwing a lot of deep passes.

Taylor Cornelius will get the start, but how much, if at all, and when, backups Dru Brown and Spencer Sanders play, is something even Gundy doesn't know yet.

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