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Mason Rudolph: ‘I Feel Like One Game Doesn’t Define Me At All’

QB1 is not fazed by one bad game. You shouldn’t be either.



Mason Rudolph has had a bumpy few days. From those first two drives in Austin to the two picks to the apparent hand injury that Gundy talked about on Monday. He talked on Monday like a kid unfazed by it all.

“Kind of had an up and down deal,” Rudolph said about the game on Saturday. “Have to eliminate the turnovers., something I’ve always tried to focus on. Our coaching staff has done a good job with me in correcting mistakes and moving on to K-State.”

“I’ve got great confidence,” Rudolph said. “I feel like one game doesn’t define me at all. I’m gonna be able to come back and do great. I’ve got a great confidence in this team and this defense. Anytime you play bad and still come out with a win, it’s awesome.”

He’s right, of course. In 2015, we sometimes think one game does define you — or we try to make it do so. I’m still all in though, and so is his offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich.

“He’s a guy who has a lot of confidence in himself,” said Yurcich on Monday. “He’s a guys who bounces back and has a short memory. He learns from his mistakes. I have tremendous confidence in him and his ability.”

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