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Lunt Pleased With Return, Cowboys Victory

Wes Lunt didn't have to wait long last Friday night to make his presence felt in the first game of his senior season after missing the first four games with a broken bone in his foot. It took just three plays before the Oklahoma State quarterback commit completed his first pass after leading his Rochester (Ill.) High School team onto the field after receiving the opening kickoff.

The Rockets received the ball to begin the game. The 6-foot-5, 205-pound Lunt handed off on first down and then had to throw the ball away for an incompletion on the first pass of his senior season. "It was actually funny because we have two plays that sound alike, so half of our team ran one play ... it was just sort of a miscommunication, and I just threw it away because the (offensive) line...

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