New Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen talks about the running game, tight ends, and the Cowboys' talent

By BRANDON CHATMON, Staff Writer, bchatmon@opubco.com Modified: February 5, 2010 at 10:30 am •  Published: January 22, 2010


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→On his decision to accept the job: "To me, winning is the most important thing. Quality of life and winning. It’s a good place to live and you’re going to win football games.”

→On working with Brandon Weeden: "I’m excited about sitting down with him and working with him. Maturity and being able to handle situations is very important.”

→On how quickly things happened: "I had had two conversations per day with Coach Gundy in the two days before (Friday).”

→On the talent on OSU’s roster: "I’ve played (against) Oklahoma State for 10 years. All 10 times, I looked on the other side of the field and it looked like there was a whole bunch of good players. I know there will be good players there.”

Compiled by Brandon Chatmon


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