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The path is clear to get to the title game. (ESPN) And here are the full BCS standings.

In case you missed it yesterday, Thayer Evans lights into Mike Gundy and oklahoma State. More on this later today. (Fox Sports)

Ivan Maisel isn’t a fan either, but at least his article kind of makes sense. (ESPN)

“Perhaps the biggest indictment of the Texas program is that it was pounded at home by an Oklahoma State team that did not play very well.”

Or…maybe Oklahoma State is just a freaking good football team that can beat other good teams even when it is average? (New York Times)

Also, Matt Hayes says OSU is overrated. (Sporting News)

Okay, how about something positive??? Brett McMurphy wrote a really smart, good piece on why Mike Gundy could be the JoPa or Bobby Bowden of Oklahoma State. (CBS Sports)

Good quote from Weeden here: “We put so much pressure on ourselves offensively to score and put up huge numbers. It’s not going to be like that all the time. That’s just not reality, especially when we play really good football teams.” (NewsOK)

Berry Tramel from Saturday: “But winning at Texas for the second straight year with some blanks in Pete’s Pistol is no small deal. (NewsOK)

Amazing picture of Jeremy Smith and Markelle Martin after the game Saturday. (O’Colly)

Terrific article from Kelly Hines on Jeremy Smith. (Tulsa World)

Pretty ballsy to call out Bob Stoops six games into your first year on the beat. I like it. (NewsOK)

David Ubben says Oklahoma State is “unflappable.” (ESPN)

Dave Sittler says Mack Brown has failed in developing new crop of quarterbacks. (Tulsa World)

Wow, great line from Kyle Fredrickson here: “So keep your dancing shoes polished,¬†Gundy, because an improvement on the defensive side of the ball means you could be breaking it down on Bourbon Street come January.” (O’Colly)

Trying….not…..to….think about it. (NewsOK)

You’ll have to scroll a little but Rivals has Le’Bryan as the 26th best player in the country. (Rivals)

Cool article by Mel Bracht on some of the better lines from Matt Millen and Sean McDonough on Saturday. (NewsOK)

Tom Fornelli says Weeden’s Heisman stock took a hit on Saturday. That’s very fair and unfortunately true. (CBS Sports)

Blackmon wants to return punts, so Gundy let him. Weird. (NewsOK)

Gina concurs with what I said: the defensive line had a massive impact on the Texas game. (NewsOK)

The cross country team posted a blowout W at Arkansas over the weekend as well. (okstate.com)

As good as the Dez move yesterday was, this catch by Pettigrew may have been even better. (h/t @okstatekd)

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