STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said quarterbacks J.W. Walsh, Daxx Garman and Mason Rudolph played well Saturday in the team's last major scrimmage before the Aug. 30 opener against Florida State.
Walsh, who started five games last season, appears to be the front runner because of his experience and ability to both run and pass, but Garman has been impressive as well.
The coaches said the team looked sharper than in its scrimmage seven days earlier. They said film review of Saturday will go a long way toward deciding position battles and possibly who might redshirt as the focus shifts to the season.
Defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer said his defensive front was also good Saturday.

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