The mercurial state of college football could be summed up by listening to Big 12 coaches respond to questions Monday as spring practices draw to a close.
After losing to No. 11 Oklahoma in the final 19 seconds back on Dec. 7, a loss that cost them the Big 12 Conference championship and a trip to the BCS, the Cowboys are preparing to face No. 9 Missouri.
Ben recalls the story of the time he and his brothers embarrassed themselves in front of Oklahoma State Head Football Coach Mike Gundy.
Oklahoma State recruits asked coach Mike Gundy an obvious question during the past few weeks – who will be the Cowboys’ offensive coordinator next football season?
Mike Gundy intends to remain at Oklahoma State and is downplaying reports of a strained relationship with athletic director Mike Holder.
To a man, Oklahoma State football players insisted Monday they were focused on the Cowboys’ next opponent, Baylor. That doesn’t mean it has been easy to put aside the disappointment of two days earlier.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy isn’t saying who the Cowboys will start at quarterback Saturday against No. 23 Texas Tech.
Oklahoma State starting quarterback J.W. Walsh will miss the rest of the season because of a knee injury that he was able to play through while throwing for a career-high 415 yards in a 31-10 victory over Iowa State on Saturday.
After taking another look at the replays, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy still has questions about Texas running back Joe Bergeron’s winning touchdown on Saturday night.
Gundy had said repeatedly that he intended to include Lunt on an injury report that would be released Friday, a day before the Cowboys’ Big 12 opener.
Every Big 12 team has areas that need to be addressed before the players depart for the summer. It’s no surprise that quarterback tops many lists.
The OSU football coach will earn $3.275 million in the upcoming season. That’s a jump of more than $1 million over the $2.1 million Gundy was due last year under his old contract.