Coach had (not) much to say about Saturday’s ho-hum win over Missouri State but included some interesting quips on Daxx, Weeden (?), Larry Coker, Ben Grogan and where we go from here (i.e. “conference” play with UTSA).• Coach Gundy came out with another summary statement like Saturday’s: “I wasn’t real fired up about how we played. It was a sign of an immature team.”• Then he dealt with taking no questions about JW’s injury: “Should find out what’s going on about 6:00 tonight. We don’t think it’s as severe as we originally thought.”• He went on to compare JW’s injury to Blackmon’s from 2010: “Blackmon’s injury was very similar. We thought he’d be out 4-6 weeks, and came back in two weeks to play against OU.”• Regarding running QBs and injuries: “JW’s last injury occurred while he was in the pocket throwing the ball. He hasn’t run much in 4-5 quarters.”• When asked if he thought there was a possibility Walsh could heal faster than a “normal human being”: “It wouldn’t surprise me.”[1. Cue Superman theme!]• Then this on when JW was hurt: “Supposebly (sic) he got injured on his 2nd or 3rd carry. Supposebly (sic) he got hurt down and the goal line and he wasn’t really hit.” Gotta love that!• What was he most impressed with about Daxx? This glowing recommendation: “He was fine.” To be fair, Coach Gundy also threw out these classics: “Demeanor. Approach. Attitude. He brings a little different type of offense – style of offense to our team.”(True, the “pass-for-more-than-4-yards” type offense.)Says Daxx’s future is “yet to be seen.”• The good news on Daxx? “He’s taken a lot of reps and if he has to take the majority of the reps over this week, we expect him to get better.”• Compared Daxx to Weeden: “They were both out of it for 4-5 years.” He also insinuated Weeden might have been something of a prankster.• Discussing UTSA and Larry Coker: “We have our work cut out for us. Their pre-snap motion is a factor.” • Also said “Coach Coker is a very special part of our family. He coached me and Cale at one time or another.”• On speed of the OSU offense: Quarterback “better be, should be looking (at him on the sideline) in quicker than 5 seconds after the end of the play.”• Somebody named Bill (I assume Haisten) asked several questions comparing Gundy’s first year with the guys kicked off the team to the Texas situation.• Coach described our offense as a “hybrid of what’s gone on here the last few years.” Would that be the Holgokencich Model?[1. Ed. note: I’m stealing this.]• Gave props (if you call it that) to Ben Grogan: “I have 100 percent confidence in him, He’s our best kicker. When we kick it, we’re going to send him out and he’s going to kick it.” Well, I feel better.• Got this loaded question from someone: “Would you rather have a guy with a strong arm throw for 3000 yards or a guy who can run around and make plays?His oh-so-Gundy answer? “I’d rather have a guy who can play in the NFL.”• “Coach Gundy talked about Mason Rudolph a little bit. “His number of reps may change when JW’s boot comes off. But, he can function with the 1s. He has a bright future.”• Finally (and very true) Coach Gundy said “Whether this team’s any good or not, that’s yet to be seen.”Totally Tickets is your source for Oklahoma State football tickets. If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!