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Bullets: Gundy says he ‘understands all the frustration’

David Glidden on the offense, WVU joins a small list of teams, and Kevin Peterson on Kevin White.

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Wow, only Texas, OU, Houston, and Nebraska had beaten OSU in BPS since 2009 before Saturday. (Tulsa World)

Gundy: “I certainly understand all the frustration outside the program. People want to win right away. They don’t care if you’re young, they don’t care if you’re hurt. I understand that.” (NewsOK)

This is shaping up to be Mike Gundy’s worst offense since his first season as coach in 2005. (ESPN)

Strange but true: West Virginia is in position to win its first Big 12 title because of its defense. (NewsOK)

It doesn’t have first-round talents in Justin Blackmon and Brandon Weeden anymore, but there’s no reason for an offense with talents like Tyreek Hill, Marcell Ateman and Jhajuan Seales (who, to be fair, was suspended this week) to score 10 and 9 points in consecutive weeks against defenses that have routinely given up more this season. (Fox SW)

Where is the Sports Illustrated expose? (CBS Sports)

All the photos from Saturday’s game. (Flickr)

West Virginia’s defensive coordinator: “I want to give their quarterback and offensive line credit. They looked better today than they did on film.” That’s brutal. (okstate)

This from Yurcich is rinse and repeat: “Play better. Block better. Catch the ball better. Throw the ball better. Recognize coverages better. Call better plays. It’s not just on the players, I take full responsibility for the offense not executing. And we’ve got to do a better job as a collective whole.” (NewsOK)

Dating to last season, the Cowboys have lost five consecutive games to ranked opponents, including three this season. (O’Colly)

Gundy: “We couldn’t move the ball offensively in the third quarter. We couldn’t run the football and it makes it difficult for us to score points and come back.” Couldn’t throw it either.” (O’Colly)

10 Thoughts on OSU and West Virginia. (PFB)

Kevin Peterson on Kevin White: “Oh, I couldn’t wait all week. I told coach (Van) Malone, ‘I want to be on his side the whole game. For us to have the best opportunity to win, I want to be on him as much as I can.'” (NewsOK)

Are we mad about OSU coaches and players not singing the alma mater? I don’t really care either way. (O’Colly)

Emptying the notebook on OSU-West Virginia. (PFB)

A fan died at the LSU-Ole Miss game. Wow. (Yahoo)

Yes, Trevone Boykin does deserve Heisman consideration. (CBS Sports)

Teddy Johnson: “A high-octane offense is what we thrive off of. That’s what we do, that no huddle offense. It helps us a lot. We get the defense on their heels, they can’t keep up and they’re out of breath.” Except that we don’t do it anymore. (NewsOK)

THIS was ruled an interception. I’m not sure how Big 12 refs made it all the way to Pennsylvania on Saturday night, but they did. (Yahoo)

Dana being nice: “I’m excited for our coaches and our players to come to Stillwater and get a victory. There wasn’t anything easy about it. It was a lot more challenging than what the final score indicated.” (Big 12 Sports)

I long for the day when this is the OSU-OU rivalry. (CBS Sports)

I like David Glidden a lot.

Gundy presser.

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