After suffering an undisclosed chest injury in last Saturday’s game against Iowa State, West Virginia starting quarterback Austin Kendall is questionable to play against Oklahoma this weekend.

WVU head coach Neal Brown confirmed in his weekly conference call on Monday that the redshirt junior would be evaluated this week.

“We’ll go out this afternoon, and he’ll throw a little bit [to] kind of see where he’s at,” Brown said. “I think he’s gonna be questionable for the game on Saturday. It really depends on how much work he’s able to get in this week.”

In six starts this season, Kendall has completed 126-of-191 passes for 1,247 yards, nine touchdowns and seven interceptions.

The remaining quarterback depth chart consists of redshirt junior Jack Allison, who stepped in for Kendall on Saturday, as well as redshirt freshman Trey Lowe. Junior Jarret Doege is expected to redshirt, but he is eligible to play in four games.

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Jared Serre is a sophomore journalism major from Mayfield, Ohio. He started with The DA as a reporter with the sports and news desks, eventually working his way to Sports Editor in April 2019.