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Baylor not discouraged after loss to Oklahoma State

Baylor coach Art Briles described his team as disappointed after its first loss of the season. But not discouraged.
“We hit a bump in the road. ... Shoot, we’ve still got a lot of things out there,” Briles said Monday. “We’ve got to learn from it and get better and move on. That’s what we’ll do.”
The Bears’ 49-17 loss at Oklahoma State dropped them to ninth in the rankings and BCS standings, pretty much wiping out any chance of a national title.
Briles’ message to the team this week is “Go win at TCU.”
Baylor (9-1 ...


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