"Their team chemistry will be identified in about six weeks," said OSU head Coach Mike Gundy when asked about his team.. "It just takes some time. People say it needs to be now well it can't be now. We haven't played a game yet."Gundy says a team develops that chemistry by facing adversity and dealing with growing pains that result from having good plays and bad one's. That does not mean he's disappointed with the development of his squad. "I do like where our football team is I like their attitude and I think they're a very focused group."