September 30, 2007
Upon further review...
In post-game press conferences, Mike Gundy sometimes tells the media that he needs to see things on tape before he can give an accurate take on the performance of his squad or of an individual player.
Most times, his post-game diagnosis is reiterated during the Sunday teleconference, after he's viewed tape of Oklahoma State's previous game. Other times, he does correct himself the following day.
Last night: Felt that quarterback Zac Robinson's play was "pretty average."
Today: "I thought he played pretty average last night. After watching the tape, he had some ill-advised throws and there's times when he should have run the ball that he didn't."
Last night: Didn't think Dantrell Savage was too impressive.
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