Realizing there weren’t many tight ends and full backs to recruit out of Oklahoma and Kansas these days, Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy decided to change the Cowboys’ offense in the offseason.
He wanted a system that features speed, and allows for his quarterback, running back and wide receivers to create on each and every play. So he opted for a spread attack.
The first question asked on Tuesday was how that offense is going so far.
“The system is different than what we’ve had in the past, but I was pleasantly surprised that the organization was intact in the third or fourth practice of spring,” Gundy said. “I had prepared myself for — for it to be a little chaotic. But the players bought in. (more…)