Off to a 2-0 start, Oklahoma State get one final tune-up before Big 12 play when they take on Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday.
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UAPB vs Oklahoma State Preview
When the Arkansas Pine-Bluff Golden Lions take on the Cowboys of Oklahoma State in week three of the 2022-2023 college football season, they are going to have their hands full. The Cowboys are favored by over eight touchdowns, so this could get out of hand early.
This is the first meeting between the two teams and in his pre-game press conference (via 247 Sports), Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy said he has nothing but respect for Arkansas Pine-Bluff, who is averaging huge games so far this season.
“We always respect whoever we play,” Gundy said. “We talk about that in this culture for years here. They are averaging about  points a game. So, sometimes that’s hard to do when you’re playing air. So our players are aware of it. They’ve got some skilled guys that run around and make plays. So, we need to be held accountable for ourselves and individuals and then our three units, and then line up and go play hard and that’s what I told him last night.”
Gundy also said they see this game as a chance to cut down on mistakes.
“We’ve got a lot of sharpening to do,” Gundy said. “We’re a …read more