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High Noon Highlights (10/29): Why Saturday’s win was gratifying for Mike Gundy

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NCAA Football: Oklahoma State at Iowa State Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

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Mike Gundy talks Oklahoma State’s win at Iowa State:

In his press conference Monday, Gundy talked what this win means for his team going forward.

The OSU defense looked highly motivated against the Cyclones. The defense tied a season-high of 88 snaps and defended a season-high of 62 pass attempts from Iowa State quarterback Brock Purdy. The Cowboys responded with three interceptions and safety Kolby Harvell-Peel set a single-game record with six pass deflections.

Safety Malcolm Rodriguez’s interception return for a touchdown with 6:47 remaining provided the score that eventually won the game for OSU.

“I told them (that) this is how we’ve won games and built this program for the last 10 years,” Gundy said. “Being on the road, having our backs against the wall, coming out and staying together. There is nobody there except Iowa State and finding a way to win in the end and that’s what they did. That’s what we used to do here for a long time and so I told them this is how it should feel.” {Tulsa World}

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Check some his stats. This kid is insane.

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These Miami defender still haven’t recovered. We love a wide receiver who isn’t afraid to block.

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