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Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Big 12 is in a tough spot before a single snap has been played: it has only a 29% chance to put a team in the Playoff and a 5% chance to have one of its teams win the national title.

Gundy says current players prefer Fortnite to work (0:58)
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28dJake Trotter

Gundy: No hard feelings with OK State AD

Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said there are no hard feelings and there is no discord in the Cowboys' athletic department. Athletic director Mike Holder said a month ago that Gundy needed to "recruit better."

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36dPhil Steele

Which teams will have the best RBs in 2018?

Which college football programs have the top running backs for 2018? The best group should be in the Pac-12, where Bryce Love decided to play one more season at Stanford. Here are the top 15.

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109dJeremy Fowler

Steelers trade up in 3rd to select QB Rudolph

After five quarterbacks went in the first round, the sixth didn't come off the board until the third round at pick No. 76 when the Pittsburgh Steelers traded up to take Mason Rudolph.

Melrose, Gundy talk hair (2:59)
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182dESPN.com staff

Let Mike Gundy sax up your Valentine's Day

Struggling to find that perfect last minute Valentine's Day gift? Mike Gundy, and his saxophone, have some advice for all those hopeless romantics.

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192dJake Trotter

Hawai'i QB Brown to transfer to Okla. State

Hawai'i quarterback Dru Brown will transfer to Oklahoma State. As a graduate transfer, Brown will be immediately eligible to compete for the starting job in Stillwater.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Former Cardinals Coach and ‘Quarterback Whisperer' Bruce Arians tells Josh Weinfuss why this college crop of QB's may be "the best in the last 15 or 20 years." Arians also breaks down whether Alex Smith is a good fit with the Redskins.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Five years after hiring offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich from a Division II program in Pennsylvania, Mike Gundy wouldn't rule out the possibility of filling his defensive coordinator vacancy with a candidate from a lower level again: "Oh, I've looked at every level. I mean, why not? Still 11 people on the field, right? I mean, I don't have a problem with that. There's a lot of damn good coaches, coaching at lower levels that have never gotten a chance. I'm not going to say I'm going to do it, but why would I want to say that a guy that coaches at a smaller school can't do as well as a guy coaching at a larger school?" Gundy admitted the unprecedented move to hire a play-caller out of Division II came with criticism: "At the time that I did it, everybody thought I was a moron, including people that are on this campus. I got beat up, man. My assistant here, she handles all my e-mail. She told me never to do that again, because she can't all the negative email I got the first three months I got after hiring him. … But it worked out pretty good, (Yurcich) is one of the, what, top five or 10 coordinators in the country. What it proved is this: there are a lot of damn good football coaches that just haven't had the chance."

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Gundy, on bringing in former Montana and Colorado School of Mines coach Bob Stitt as an offensive analyst to Oklahoma State: "He was doing basketball on grass before we were doing basketball on grass," Gundy said. "He's perfect for us." Despite having never coached in the FBS, Stitt has long been regarded for his innovative offensive mind. His "fly-sweep-touch base" invention, for example, became a staple in Dana Holgorsen's offense at West Virginia. Said Gundy: "I plan on putting (Stitt) in there with (offensive coordinator Mike) Yurcich to look at what we're doing and telling us what the hell we're doing wrong and give us some good ideas."

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma State WR James Washington stood out this afternoon during WR vs. DB one-on-ones. Washington shook press-man at the line of scrimmage and stretched the field with his long speed.

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Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph pulled out of participating in the Senior Bowl because of an injured foot. Rudolph, ranked as the No. 5 QB in the class of 2018 by ESPN's Todd McShay and Mel Kiper, was wearing a boot on his left foot and called the injury a "mid-foot sprain." Rudolph expects to be fine for the NFL scouting combine next month and plans to fully participate in drills. He's doing interviews with teams this week and taking part in the QB room with the South team under Texans coach Bill O'Brien and QB coach Sean Ryan.

Dane Beavers ESPN.com 

Wearing a boot on his left foot, former Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph said on Tuesday in Mobile, Alabama, that he expects to be fine for the NFL combine next month and plans to fully participate in drills. He called his injury a "mid-foot sprain," and will be in the boot another week. Rudolph, the No. 5-ranked QB in the Class of 2018 by both Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr., isn't participating in on-field workouts at the Senior Bowl but is doing interviews with NFL teams and taking part in classroom sessions with the South team, which is coached by the Texans.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

As others have noted, don't be surprised if former Notre Dame defensive coordinator and current Oklahoma State analyst Brian VanGorder is elevated to a spot on the staff to fill the Cowboys' 10th slot on the coaching staff.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma State's ongoing search for a defensive coordinator has included talks with six candidates, including Tulane defensive coordinator Jack Curtis, South Carolina assistant head coach Lance Thompson, Duke defensive coordinator Jim Knowles and Troy defensive coordinator Vic Koenning, according to sources. Two additional candidates are in play, as well, including a name from the FCS.

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