“It's just natural there's going to be minor tweaks that happen with different people kind of involved in different things,” he said. “But we're going to be who we are …
“You've got a bunch of guys on this staff that know what (they're) doing. We've been doing it pretty successfully for a while. We're just trying to continue to grow and do what's going to help us to beat Purdue.”
Gundy noted that at this point in the season, the offense practically runs itself. And the Cowboys have the benefit of a veteran in Chelf running a system that relies heavily on the quarterback to make the correct decisions.
Chelf would not divulge any specifics of the spin Gundy has put on the Cowboys' passing attack. But the quarterback did joke Gundy is a bit calmer during meetings and practice than Monken was.
And Chelf has enjoyed getting a chance to work more closely with Gundy, a former OSU quarterback and bright offensive mind in his own right.
“He's a good offensive coach,” Chelf said of Gundy. “Obviously, a really good one to get a head coaching job (after being an) offensive coordinator. For us to learn from a guy like that is really special.
“He played in the Big Eight, so he's been through what we're going through now. It's an invaluable asset to us.”