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Oklahoma State football notebook: Despite bowl surprise, timing of game gives Cowboys good schedule

Coaches can go out to recruit, players will get some time off.
By Gina Mizell Published: December 2, 2012

“That's something the last two weeks that (defenses have) done to us, and I haven't made the adjustments to get the guys the ball,” Chelf said. “So that's one thing I'll focus on.”


Even before OSU's bowl slide was announced, offensive coordinator Todd Monken acknowledged following Saturday's loss to Baylor that the Cowboys' two-game skid to finish changed the way he viewed the entire season.

“Of course it does,” Monken said. “Whenever you lose your last couple, it never ends up the way you kind of hope.

“Am I proud of our guys for competing and fighting and believing in each other? Yes, because we overcame a lot of things. They did. I didn't. It's frustrating to have that happen the way it did kind of (Saturday), and kind of the way it ended last week (against OU).”

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