Found October 04, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
Mike Gundy's team was picked for the first time as the favorite to win the Big 12 back in July, but suffered a surprising loss in Morgantown to West Virginia as a three-touchdown favorite. That was the biggest upset of any Big 12 team in 2013, and Gundy sat down with Fox Sports Southwest this week to talk about bouncing back from that, as well as a handful of other topics. How has practice been so far this week? Good. You know, any time you don't play as well as you want to, it's always a challenge early to get them out there and get them going, but they're resilient. Young people are much more resilient than adults and we've finished up well yesterday and obviously today's practice will be very important. What concerned you most about the loss? When you turn the ball over and you don't play well in the kicking game, it's hard to win. It's real simple. You limit the other team on offense, be sound in the kicking game and don't turn the...
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