Stillwater, Okla. — Starting quarterback Zac Robinson was expected to return to practice after sustaining a "slight concussion," Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said Monday.
Robinson, who was making his fourth start, was helped off the field in the fourth quarter of a 24-23 loss at Texas A&M on Saturday after he was sandwiched between two Aggies defenders. Oklahoma State was leading 20-17 at the time.
"I just know that they told me this morning that Zac would practice," Gundy said at his weekly news conference.
Gundy said he didn't know whether Robinson's participation would be limited at all in practices leading up to the Cowboys' game at Nebraska (4-2, 1-1 Big 12) on Saturday.
"They said that he has a slight concussion is what they told me that he ended up with," Gundy said. "They have ways now of measuring that. I don't know how they do it."
Robinson is 2-2 as the Cowboys' starter. He took over after Bobby Reid was injured against in the first quarter against Florida Atlantic and became the starter for Oklahoma State's 41-23 loss at Troy.