Four downs: Can OSU maintain top-10 status with a win at Iowa State?


The whirlwind game in Austin resulted in a historic achievement for the Oklahoma State football team, heaps of praise for the defense and, of course, the return of Mike Gundy’s dancing.

It’s obviously a good day for the Cowboys when they create a scene reminiscent of Ted Lasso’s locker room celebration – or did the popular fictional coach take inspiration from Gundy’s signature postgame moves? No matter how you look at it, the Cowboys were amped after their gritty win against Texas, defeating their third straight AP top-25 opponent for the first time in program history, and poll voters rewarded them with a spot in the top 10.

The energy level surrounding this program is higher than it’s been in a while, but OSU has another obstacle ahead. The Cowboys are facing Iowa State at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Ames, and though the Cyclones are unranked, they have put their talent on display this season.

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