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Oklahoma State's new defense off to good start


September 2, 2018

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Let's not overlook the defense.

Much of the spotlight from Oklahoma State's season-opening 58-17 victory over Missouri State shone on the offense and new quarterback Taylor Cornelius.

But the game also marked the debut of a new defensive coordinator and his new 4-2-5 scheme. And the defense had a fairly successful day, surrendering just 260 yards.

"I felt like we were in good position the majority of the time," coach Mike Gundy said. "Obviously, we got out of position on a quarterback power and a quarterback draw. But, for the most part, I thought that we were in...

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