Found May 13, 2014 on College Spun:
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy is apparently trying his hand at another trade – modeling. The Cowboys head man was photographed wearing something called “the posse shirt” for a men’s clothing store named S.J. Haggard & Co. It’s…interesting. Because it happened: — Pistols Firing (@pistolsguy) May 13, 2014 Perhaps an OSU fan celebrating Halloween will be thrilled to see it – other than that, I’m not sure who buys this thing.

APR hit will force Cowboys to lose a day of practice per week

Oklahoma State’s football program will take an APR hit today when the NCAA releases its latest numbers. The fallout: a loss of one practice day per week, according to a source within the athletic program. As first reported by and confirmed through the university source, OSU’s APR – Academic Progress Rate – numbers will fall below the NCAA minimum requirement...

Oklahoma State’s Football Team Punished for Low Grades

The Oklahoma State University Cowboys won’t be able to practice as long as some other teams this season, thanks t…

Caption The Photo: Mike Gundy’s “POSSE” Shirt

College football season needs to start back up ASAP because Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy has too much time on his hands. Enough time to try out modeling.   And Yukon RT @DanWetzel: Essential attire for a big night out in Enid RT @pistolsguy: — Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) May 13, 2014 He should stick to football.

OK St. Losing a Practice Per Week Due to Poor Academics

  Their coach man be a man but he is no longer 40 and he will be without one practice per week due to the school’s APR rating. APR is the Academic Progress Rate and Oklahoma State will fall below the minimum requirements to keep from getting punished. This was first reported by OSU fell a fraction of a point shy of avoiding penalty, with its number at 929.41 for the...
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