The Oklahoma State Cowboys beat Kansas State 29-21 on Friday night in Stillwater and the head coach was feeling good following the win.
Mike Gundy broke it down in the locker room after the victory, including a handstand that required some help from the players.
Here’s what it looked like.
STOP EVERYTHING YOU’RE DOING AND WATCH THIS RIGHT NOW pic.twitter.com/Mm2srjtHWD— OSU Cowboy Football (@CowboyFB) October 7, 2023
The Oklahoma State Cowboys took a 20-7 halftime lead on Friday night and never looked back, despite being double-digit underdogs at home against the defending Big 12 Champs.
The Pokes were reeling heading into the week with two-straight losses against South Alabama and Iowa State. But OSU quarterback Alan Bowman completed 19 of 35 passes for 235 yards, running back Ollie Gordon rushed for 136 yards and the Cowboys looked like a different team from the one that lost at home three weeks prior against South Alabama.
But for the Cowboys, the season is now back on track at 3-3 and have Kansas next Saturday before playing West Virginia and Cincinnati. And then, it’s the final edition of Bedlam, for who knows how long. And we all know if the Cowboys win that game, forget handstands in the locker room, Mike Gundy might be doing flips and cart wheels.