(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JEFF LATZKE AP College Football Writer Even with an extra week, defensive end Cooper Bassett doesn't think No. 6 Oklahoma State's coaches have had their last say about the wild Big 12 opener that ended up being a comeback victory.
The Cowboys (4-0, 1-0 Big 12) headed into their open week after digging out of a 17-point halftime hole to win at then-No. 8 Texas A&M. That just meant a couple extra days to look back at all that went right and wrong before moving forward with preparations for this week's game against Kansas.
''We're going to be reminded of that. It's good to have negative motivation,'' Bassett said Monday. ''It's good to have things that you can look back at, you're embarrassed at as a competitor and say, `I never want that to happen again.' And we'll use that throughout the season.
''Now, the positives for an athlete, unfortunately, are kind of short-lived. ... because our coaches will remind us more of the things we did in the first hal...