Oklahoma State preparing for Beavers. Mike Gundy still deciding starting QB

The Beavers host Oklahoma State in two and a half weeks. Obviously, this is a huge game for Oregon State and Oklahoma State. Yes, Mike Gundy is entering his 15th year as the Cowboys head coach and he has a streak of 13 straight bowl games. But he blames himself for last year's 7-6 record. He told Jim Rome on his Tuesday radio show that he takes 75 percent of the blame for the less than outstanding season because he was cutting corners at practices without really realizing it. Then in late winter he did a lot of research and soul-searching and he came back to practice in Stillwater emphasizing discipline and hard work. The Tulsa World is a newspaper in Oklahoma. The editors published this article about Gundy today. He celebrated his 52nd birthday and hung out with OSU fans. He also was asked by the assembled media on Monday about his QB situation. Will it be Dru Brown or Spencer Sanders:


Sanders ran the ball a lot in high school and Brown has played college football before at the University of Hawaii.

Oregon State will showcase its team for fans on Saturday night....the Family Fun scrimmage is set for Reser Stadium at 7:30 on the 17th

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