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High Noon Highlights(7/30): Bowl games under Gundy, Phillip Redwine-Bryant placed on scholarship

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Gundy in Bowl games:

The Tulsa World took a look at how Mike Gundy has done in Bowl games during his time at Oklahoma State.

Oklahoma State appeared in 16 bowl games in the first 104 years of the program’s history before Mike Gundy took over as head coach in 2005. The Cowboys went 4-7 in Gundy’s first year, causing them to miss a bowl game for the first time since the 2001 season.

OSU improved to seven wins the following year to qualify for the Independence Bowl and is currently on a 13-year streak of bowl appearances. The Cowboys have a 9-4 bowl-game record under Gundy, and three more appearances will match the 16 bowl games for OSU in the first 104 years of the program. Another bowl victory would give Gundy four consecutive postseason wins for the first time. {Tulsa World}

Redwine-Bryant placed on Scholarship:

Redshirt senior Phillip Redwine-Bryant has been placed on scholarship for his last season. The former walk-on earned high praise form his coach at Big 12 Media Days.

“He’s awesome, you know, a young man whose talent level and him getting on the field is a heckuva accomplishment.” Gundy said at Big 12 Media Days of Redwine-Bryant. “We’re all not born with world-class pro level talent. He has a very attractive smile and he’s an optimist. He is positive all of the time. I enjoy being around him and he is going to be successful no matter what he does.” {}

Charlie Dickey’s goals for first year:

Oklahoma State’s new offensive line coach Charlie Dickey wants to strengthen the mental toughness of his guys. The Oklahoman’s Hallie Hart wrote about how he’s bringing in toughness and what he wants to be able to do in his first year.

“I thought they were well-coached,” Dickey said. “They did some really good things. I don’t think that they weren’t tough last year. … We want to become a tougher, more physical and more disciplined unit across the board, but I was impressed with what they were doing.” {The Oklahoman}

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