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After surviving their lowest passing output in 12 years — but somehow coming out victorious in one of the toughest venues in college football — Mike Gundy treated his Cowboys to a rare display of one of his most sought-after skills.

The Gundy dance has become the thing of OSU lore and those players who get to cheer him on in-person will likely never forget it, mostly because that awkward, joyful sway signifies an even more exciting win.

The tradition has been upheld following wins in Bedlam, ranked-on-ranked matchups and big-time bowls, but for a team that has clawed its way to 3-0 despite never reaching 30 points in any game, Gundy felt it this was as good a time as any.

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