CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Oklahoma State’s quarterback situation is still somewhat of a mystery — at least publicly.

Redshirt freshman Spencer Sanders and Hawaii graduate transfer Dru Brown have been competing for the starting nod since spring. Both will likely play Friday night when the Cowboys visit Oregon State to open the season.

But Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy has stopped short of naming a starter.

“They’re both quality and they’re working hard. I like where they’re at. They’re competitors. Football is important to them,” Gundy said.

Brown passed for 37 touchdowns with 15 interceptions in 22 games as Hawaii’s starter in 2016 and ’17, then played just one snap for the Cowboys last

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