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By JOHN RABY 

Gundy wants sloppy play eliminated heading into Bedlam

 

October 29, 2017



MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Before he can focus on Bedlam, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy wants to eliminate some sloppy play that slowed the Cowboys in a double-digit win in rainy West Virginia.

West Virginia recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for a touchdown. Less than a minute later, Oklahoma State's Mason Rudolph threw an interception that was returned for another score in the Cowboys' 50-39 win Saturday.

Gundy's tone was subdued afterward and mixed more with disappointment than celebration.

He suggests the 11th-ranked Cowboys are not yet ready to face No. 8 Oklahoma on Saturday i...



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