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More Mike Gundy dancing? More Mike Gundy dancing!

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No matter what happens with the BCS selections tonight — as you’ve probably figured out by now, we’ve stopped caring — Oklahoma State and coach Mike Gundy deserve plenty of props for the incredible season they’ve had and for finally getting that Bedlam monkey off their back.

So how does Gundy celebrate his first outright Big 12 title with his team? Doing his signature dance, of course.

As you’ll recall from a few months ago, Gundy made internet gold again with this display of, um, THIS after a come-from-behind win over Texas A&M.

After beating No. 13 Oklahoma 44-10 last night, Gundy found himself in the middle of a dance circle again about 40 seconds in:

It’s not nearly as good as his last effort — although I believe Gundy might have, um, dropped it like its hot — but his players love it. Gundy is just one of those coaches who knows how to connect with his guys.

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11 Responses to “More Mike Gundy dancing? More Mike Gundy dancing!”
  1. woebegong says: Dec 4, 2011 12:44 PM

    From what I watched last night, Okie State found a defense. The Sooners appear to have been way over rated, this season. Now I am a true blue SEC fan, and a UGA fan to boot, but Okie State deserves to be in the BCS NC playing LSU. I think LSU would win, but it would be a better game, simply because Alabama doesn’t have a great offense. They have a Rb and that’s about it. LSU stuffed him in the first game and they will do it again. Okie St. could give them a better game, as they are much better offensively. LSU showed me one thing on offense, and that is that they are deep, but not super talented over all on offense. They get their points and yards after their defense softens up the other opponent and that teams defense has to play too long. UGA was in the game the first half, but like a lot of opponents that LSU faced, did not have the depth or an innovative enough OC, to stay in the whole game. I don’t know if it would be any different over all against Okie ST. but I think it would be a lot more interesting and a bigger challenge, than watching Alabama, run right, left, up the middle, and hope to somehow wear down LSU’s defense. Alabama’s defense would most likely do the same thing to LSU’s defense and it would be the same story as before.

  2. steveintennessee says: Dec 4, 2011 12:55 PM

    funny how last week Gundy said “should be LSU and Bama”…now his story changes. Give him his wish. A total butt whipping by the Honey Badger gang. He will lose the defense he appears to have found. Or better yet let Bama pound them to submission first. Points scored by SEC teams are low cause they play defense. By the article above Okie just found thiers last night, but lost it 2 weeks ago……blowing a 24-7 lead then losing to a .500 no ranked team. Yep they sure do deserve a shot at getting schooled by LSU as has happend the last times the Big(we keep losing teams) ? has played the SEC.

  3. goblue714 says: Dec 4, 2011 1:16 PM

    That’s why we play the games, because you never what could happen. LSU seems to start slow maybe oklahoma state jumps 28-0. Georgia had a chance to take control early but dropped some passes, my point is you’ll never know if you don’t play.

  4. bikerhal says: Dec 4, 2011 1:41 PM

    People! Is that glass fish bowl no. 3 was holding up the Big 12 trophy? If so, lands ‘o living!! Take a look at the one awarded by the SEC!! Y’all gotta get something more worthy of a champion!!

  5. bikerhal says: Dec 4, 2011 1:48 PM

    Whichever team LSU gets will be a challenge and the outcome hopefully be the same but for sure the type of game would be different for each of those opponents. I think Miles anticipates Alabama getting the nod and has tried to get Jefferson ready to enable the offense to put up better showing against them. Jefferson didn’t have a great game in total against Georgia, so my guess is that we would have a better chance at victory against Okie state. No disrespect to OSU, just think our strength is a better match up against their strength.

  6. burntorangehorn says: Dec 4, 2011 4:00 PM

    Hal, don’t be silly. That’s the traveling trougphy for Bedlam, which the winner gets to keep until it’s up for grabs in the next year’s contest.

    THIS is the 2011 Big 12 football championship trophy:

  7. burntorangehorn says: Dec 4, 2011 4:03 PM

    hal, has LSU faced anyone with a QB or receivers as talented as OSU’s? They’ve faced Richardson at RB in a one-dimensional offense, but I’m struggling to think of anyone but maybe WVU who has had good talent and playcalling in the passing game.

  8. Deb says: Dec 4, 2011 4:20 PM

    @woebegong …

    Alabama has an offense and it’s more than Richardson. Our QB, A.J. McCarron, is extremely talents, but had a bad night against the Tigers. Still, we managed to get in scoring range six times. Two ended in FGs. Unfortunately, one ended in an interception (that pass was thrown by a wideout), and one in a blocked FG attempt. And three ended in missed FGs. LSU got into scoring range three times, resulting in three FGs for a final score of 9-6.

    Both Alabama and LSU routinely scored 30-50 points against their other opponents. The reason it appeared they had no offense against each other is because of the talent of their defenses. If OSU played LSU in the title game, LSU would shut down their offense and it would be another blowout. I can understand why the idea of that would excite LSU fans. But I don’t understand why it would excite anyone else. However, I’m a fan of defensive football. Watching the battles in the trenches excites me more than watching one team blow out another just for the fun of saying we gave someone new a chance.

  9. Deb says: Dec 4, 2011 4:20 PM

    @burntorangehorn …

    Yes, LSU has faced a high-octane offense: Oregon.

  10. jonanthans says: Dec 4, 2011 6:27 PM

    burntorangehorn says:
    Dec 4, 2011 4:03 PM
    hal, has LSU faced anyone with a QB or receivers as talented as OSU’s? They’ve faced Richardson at RB in a one-dimensional offense, but I’m struggling to think of anyone but maybe WVU who has had good talent and playcalling in the passing game.

    yeah, Oregon, WVU and Arkansas, all rank in the top 15 in the nation in offense.

  11. bikerhal says: Dec 5, 2011 12:10 AM


    Good! I was about to start a collection drive to help ’em get a decent one!

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