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With Quinn Sharp being a senior this season, the Oklahoma State Cowboys were looking to add a kicker to the 2013 recruiting class. Arlington (Martin), Texas prospect Ben Grogan made that happen Monday night when he contacted Mike Gundy and told the Cowboys head coach that he wanted to be a Cowboy.
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In Quinn Sharp's final season with the Oklahoma State Cowboys, Mike Gundy and Co. have been searching near and far for the right replacement. They found it in Arlington (Tx) Martin kicker/punter Ben Grogan, who pulled the trigger with the Pokes Monday night. Ranked one of the nation's top legs, will he be the next Sharp, or better? Answer for yourself inside.
Earlier today, we brought you a report from CBS Sports’ Bruce Feldman, that Oklahoma State head coach, Mike Gundy, was offered the head coaching job at the University of Tennessee. ESPN is now reporting that Gundy is planning to stay in Stillwater. This is the second major vacant job that Gundy was attached to in [...]
Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy has been been linked as the possible new HC of a number of schools looking with a vacancy, notably Arkansas and Tennessee. It seems odd on the surface that Gundy would want to leave the green pastures of Stillwater, and the even greener pockets of the Cowboys' number one booster, T. Boone Pickens. It turns out that all is not well...
All the coaching shoes are dropping and the next one may be in Knoxville. The Tennessee Volunteers have reportedly offered their head coaching job to Oklahoma State head coach, Mike Gundy. Tennessee has offered the Vols head coaching job to Mike Gundy, a source told CBS this morning. — Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS) December 5, 2012 [...]
The latest on the post-Gruden quest for a new Tennessee head football coach is reportedly aimed at Oklahoma State HC Mike Gundy. Yeah, that seems a little more feasible, doesn't it? It looks even more illogical when Gundy signed a new $3.75 per year deal with Oklahoma St. in January, which runs through 2019.
What would make Gundy bolt in light of his new deal? Trouble in paradise...
Defensive back Taylor Lewis of DeSoto, Texas is now committed to Oklahoma State, according to his father. We spoke with Mr. Lewis early Wednesday evening after learning the standout cornerback prospect that was once committed to Kansas had decided to commit to the Cowboys.
At this point, Mike Gundy is still the head coach of the Oklahoma State Cowboys. There were multiple reports on Tuesday that Gundy had been hired by Arkansas, but those reports was disputed by several leading journalists that are considered experts on the Razorbacks. It was then confirmed that Arkansas would be hiring Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema to take over the Razorbacks.
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy spoke Sunday evening with the media about the Cowboys bowl game which saw the program go through somewhat of a free fall through the selection process. OSU wound up in the eighth bowl in the order of games tied to the Big 12, the Heart of Dallas Bowl. The Cowboys will play Purdue of the Big 10 at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 1 in a game televised on ESPNU.
After each game, this feature will analyze several aspects of the Oklahoma State football team. Each category will either rise (+1), fall (-1) or stay even (0). Each change is based on the Cowboys performance last week. The count began after the Cowboys’ loss against Arizona -- that calibrated the chart (considering we didn’t learn much from the Savannah State blowout).
Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy is kind of like Schrodinger's Kitten today. He either is or isn't leaving Oklahoma State to become the new head football coach of Arkansas. Twitter has been going nuts about the possible move today, with a lot of claims that Gundy was making the move to Fayetteville. On the other hand, there is talk that Gundy has not agreed to...
Well that didn't last long. It looks like Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy is going to turn down Tennessee's offer to be it's new HC. At least according to sideline reporter for Oklahoma St. radio broadcasts.
"Oklahoma State sideline reporter Robert Allen is tweeting and has said
on the radio that Mike Gundy has made his decision, and he is staying...
For those wondering about all the rumors and the status of all things Oklahoma State football and head coach Mike Gundy, the head coach was in his office in the West End Zone most of Monday. He met with his team early Monday afternoon to discuss the bowl game and workout schedules starting next weekend.
The search for the next Arkansas football coach looks to be centered in Stillwater as Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy -- with a long history as a Cowboy -- squares off against his bosses.
After two days of swirling speculation that Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy would be hired by either Arkansas or Tennesse, it now looks like the program's winningest coach will stay put in Stillwater.