Oklahoma State coach says he’s ‘not concerned’ about coach Ed Orgeron’s health
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma State head coach Ed Norland was in good spirits after returning from a two-week break.
“I’m not concerned at all,” Norland said Wednesday during an interview with ESPN’s Mike & Mike podcast.
“I don’t think it’s really about my health.
The way it is, I think we’re going to get back to the basics. “
That’s just how I feel about it.
The way it is, I think we’re going to get back to the basics.
We have a great staff.
Oklahoma State’s winning streak has been snapped, with the Cowboys having lost five of six and the Eagles a combined seven of nine.””
And that’s a win-win.”
Oklahoma State’s winning streak has been snapped, with the Cowboys having lost five of six and the Eagles a combined seven of nine.
“We just lost five in a row, and then it was four in a week, so I think that’s not too bad,” Norsell said.
“Obviously the bye week, it’s a tough thing to get going.
I’ve been out for a long time, but I think the guys are hungry.
They’re just going to have to do whatever they can to get us back to where we need to be.”
Coach Orgerons health is not really of concern to me.
“Norland also said he was “not worried” about whether the Cowboys would be able to maintain their streak, despite the fact that it’s been nine days since their last loss.”
I’ve had so many great days on the job. “
I’ve had so many great days on the job.
I’m going to keep my head up, and the guys who are here to help me with that are going to be there, and we’re all going to do our jobs.”
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