Mike Gundy is in the midst of a three-game losing skid not seen by Oklahoma State fans in a single season since 2005.
That was Gundy’s first year as the Cowboys’ head man and OSU fell five-straight times from Oct. 1 to Oct. 29.
(You can click here to read comments Gundy made last week about that stretch, comparing it to what the Cowboys face this season.)
But take a deeper look into the record books and you’ll find another OSU losing streak worth noting.
Go all the way back to 1989 when Gundy was the Cowboys’ starting quarterback. It was his senior year and OSU dropped its opening three games of the season.
It was the first and only time in Gundy’s playing tenure the Cowboys lost as many games consecutively.
During Monday’s Big 12 coaches media teleconference call, I asked Gundy what he remembers about that stretch and if the experience helps him navigate the Cowboys’ current struggles.
“Honestly, I didn’t remember that,” Gundy said. “It had been so long ago that I hadn’t remembered losing three games in a row.”
Alright coach, here’s a quick refresher:
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