After Oklahoma State quarterback Spencer Sanders went down with an injury during the first quarter of the Cowboys’ 16-7 win over Tulsa, the immediate question was his status moving forward. As of now, the length of how long the injury will keep him out is unknown. However, Head Coach Mike Gundy did give the media an update on the severity of the injury.
Mike Gundy says Spencer Sanders' injury isn't serious. No word on availability for next week. #OKState
— Dylan Buckingham (@DylanBuckingham) September 19, 2020
According to Dylan Buckingham of Franchise Sports, Sanders’ injury isn’t serious, per Gundy. But they are uncertain if he will be able to go against the Mountaineers.
This would be a huge game two switch up for the Mountaineers as it would be the second year in a row facing Oklahoma State’s backup quarterback if Sanders is unavailable.
As with all injuries, his official status for the WVU-Oklahoma State matchup on September 26th will likely come mid-week.
Stay tuned to The Voice of Motown for updates.