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Tuesday Links O' War: October 14, 2014

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Despite late woes vs. Baylor, Patterson still believes in offense | Fort Worth Star Telegram

“You’d like to have run the ball more, but then they start blitzing, and when they’re bringing one more than you can block, then you have to throw the football,” Patterson said Monday in his media conference call. “We didn’t make the plays.”

Big 12 officials: No sportsmanship violations between player and Patterson | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Big 12 Conference officials have reviewed the incident involving Baylor safety Orion Stewart and TCU coach Gary Patterson and determined that no sportsmanship violations occurred, Baylor athletic director Ian McCaw said Monday.

OSU slowed by sluggish run game and pass-blocking issues | Tulsa World

While he may not monitor tweets or listen to talk radio, Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich apparently is aware of the discontent expressed by some Cowboy fans.

Mike Gundy steps in to help solve offensive woes | Daily Oklahoman

On Monday, Gundy confirmed that he’s taken steps to help solve those offensive woes.

Ogbah, Furman help Oklahoma State defense step up |

This season, the defensive unit has helped the No. 15 Cowboys jump out to a strong 5-1 start and go 3-0 in the Big 12.