Oklahoma State football notebook: Cowboy staff doing 'more' coaching, Gundy says
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The Cowboys are also back in both major polls, moving up to No. 21 in the USA Today Coaches poll and re-entering The Associated Press poll at No. 22.
Oklahoma, the Cowboys' next opponent, is ranked 13th in the BCS standings and Coaches poll and 14th in the AP poll.
GUNDY: WILD OU-WEST VIRGINIA FINISH ‘ANOTHER WEEK IN THE BIG 12'
Like many college football fans, Gundy and his family spent Saturday night flipping between a trio of crazy contests: OU-West Virginia, Stanford-Oregon, and Kansas State-Baylor.
The Cowboy coach certainly wasn't surprised to see the shoot-out in Morgantown.
“Wild finish,” Gundy said. “It's kind of another week in the Big 12 and with the offensive football.”
MILESTONES IN REACH FOR COWBOYS
With one more victory, OSU would …
*Reach eight victories in five straight seasons for the first time in school history.
*Reach six conference victories for a fourth consecutive season to continue a school record.
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