Morning Links: Gundy Press Conference, Running Game Talk, Dangerous Bus Behavior


A look around the world of noteworthy Oklahoma State Cowboys news and notes, as well as other relevant stories from the Big 12 and sports world in general.

The week drags on as the Cowboys prepare to head to Austin. Mike Gundy had some interesting words about the offensive line, high school Emmaunel Ogbah would’ve liked to be playing a home game Saturday, and the Georgia Bulldogs test the limits of their team buses.

Stillwater and Beyond

– Playing games in Texas can have significant impact on recruiting in the Lone Star state.

– If you’re like me, you’ve been wondering why we haven’t seen Todd Mays on the field yet. Here’s why.

– Gundy press conference was interesting as usual, including a nice quote on time of possession:

Haven’t looked at time of possession in 12 years” Well then.

– If Brandon Weeden had gone down in the Dallas Cowboys game against Philadelphia last week, the next man up could’ve been…Joseph Randle?

– Here is the 467th article on the Cowboys’ running game, this time with John Helsley wondering if there is any chance that the team could just abandon the running game for the most part.

– Emmanuel Ogbah wanted to play at Texas…but they didn’t want him. (Nor did anyone else.)

– Get to know Cowboys forward Chris Olivier a little better.

Elsewhere and Otherwise

– Here is our Big 12 Power Rankings in case you missed them.

– Speaking of power rankings, ESPN took a look at how the Power-5 conferences are faring currently.

– The NCAA doesn’t want student athletes participating in fantasy sites like Fan Duel and Draft Kings. Go figure.

– Is this something most teams do now? I could see this going wrong at some point:

-Here’s a full injury report for Texas as they prepare to face the Cowboys.

– USC denied reports of a fight happening in the tunnel after their huge loss to Stanford.

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