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Oklahoma State quarterback Spencer Sanders will miss the rest of the regular season after thumb surgery this week, sources told ESPN on Thursday.
Sanders suffered the injury on a pass attempt last Saturday, when his right hand hit an opposing player’s helmet on a follow-through in a 31-13 home win over Kansas. His backup, Dru Brown, replaced him and threw a 43-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter.
Brown should start Saturday as the No. 21 Cowboys (7-3) take on the West Virginia Mountaineers (4-6) in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Sanders, a redshirt freshman, has thrown for 2,065 yards and 16 touchdowns. He has struggled with interceptions, throwing 11, but has thrown only two in the Cowboys’ current three-game winning streak. Sanders has also rushed for 625 yards, second on the team to the nation’s leading rusher, Chuba Hubbard (1,726).
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Sanders rebounded from his worst start, a 45-27 home loss to Baylor Oct. 19, engineering consecutive wins over Iowa State, TCU and Kansas. Against the Bears, he threw for just 157 yards and accounted for three turnovers.
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Brown, a transfer from Hawai’i, was the primary backup last season to Cowboys starter Taylor Cornelius, while Sanders redshirted. He started two seasons with the Warriors, throwing for 5,273 yards and 37 touchdowns before his transfer.
In primarily late-game duty for the Cowboys, Brown has thrown for 223 yards and three touchdowns this season. One big difference between the two quarterbacks might be Sanders’ explosiveness as a runner. Sanders was a significant complement to Hubbard in the run game for a team that is averaging 46.5 carries a game.
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Brown is mobile, however, if not as explosive as Sanders. In 2016, with Hawai’i, he ran for 306 yards and four touchdowns on 88 carries.
On Monday, in his weekly news conference, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy spoke highly of Brown for patiently waiting his turn through nearly two seasons in Stillwater.
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“We were pleased with Dru. He has been a great illustration of the culture at Oklahoma State,” Gundy said. “I mentioned it after the [Kansas] game — he was a captain in that game because of all of the hard work and effort he has put in, and the commitment he has had to our program. We enjoy seeing him have success, and he came out and played well.”
Oklahoma State closes the regular season Nov. 30 at home vs. No. 9 Oklahoma in the annual Bedlam Series game.
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Oklahoma tight end Grant Calcaterra is retiring from football because of multiple concussions, including a recent one in practice.
Calcaterra announced his decision Thursday in a video posted on Twitter. He hasn’t played since Oct. 5 against Kansas. The junior said in the video he has had his “fair share of concussions” during his career and consulted with doctors at Oklahoma, and specialists around the country, before reaching the decision to retire. Calcaterra recorded five receptions for 79 yards this season.
“Football has been the biggest thrill of my life, and it kills me to know it’s over,” Calcaterra said on the video. “But I’m confident God does everything for a reason, and he has a plan for me. I believe football was preparing me for this moment my entire career.”
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Calcaterra earned first-team All-Big 12 honors in 2018 after recording 26 receptions for 396 yards and six touchdowns, starting 11 games. He was an honorable mention All-Big 12 selection as a freshman in 2017. Before this season, he appeared fourth on Mel Kiper’s list of top non-senior tight ends for the 2020 NFL Draft.
Calacaterra said he’s on track to graduate from Oklahoma in May and plans to return home to California. He intends to pursue a career as a firefighter.
“I gave everything I had to this team and this game,” Calcaterra said. “I’d like to think it might have caused an impact on this university, this football program and all the people around me.”