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BIG 12 PARITY DOESN'T SURPRISE GUNDY
Gundy has said for weeks that he believes there is more parity in the Big 12 — and college football as a whole — than ever. So a wild Saturday in the league certainly didn't surprise him.
Oklahoma hammered Texas in the Cotton Bowl. Texas Tech shocked West Virginia in Lubbock. Iowa State pushed Kansas State to the brink. TCU, without starting quarterback Casey Pachall, blew out Baylor. And OSU, of course, struggled more with KU than most anticipated.
“The strength of this league is just going to be overwhelming,” Gundy said. “Weeks ago, I said a one-loss or a two-loss team could win this league. You could have a pretty good football team and only win seven or eight games.
“It's probably going to be (that way) from this point on in this league. It's just not going to change. You just got to hope you can get some games out of your conference scheduling that you can take a little bit of a breather on and then buckle down for conference.”
So where does that leave OSU in the crazy Big 12 race?
“I guess we're like everybody else,” Gundy said. “We've got to go play week-to-week. As I've said, it's awesome for the fans and great for TV and tough on the coaches.”