One of the biggest questions after last season for the Oklahoma State Cowboys was who would follow in Brandon Weeden's footsteps as the starting quarterback. Since then, head coach Mike Gundy has named true freshman Wes Lunt the starter.
While Lunt has only been on campus since January, it's a big sign that Gundy and his coaching staff are willing to make Lunt their guy. He hasn't been around a long time, and he is a full decade younger than the Cowboys' last quarterback, so it would make sense for Cowboy fans to worry.
Here are five reasons why you shouldn't worry about him being the starter.