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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 [...]
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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 [...]
The Tennessee Volunteers thought they had their man yesterday as reports emerged that Charlie Strong was the front-runner for the vacancy that was created after Tennessee fired Derek Dooley.
Unfortunately for the Vols, they didn’t factor in that Louisville AD Tom Jurich was ready to make Strong the highest paid coach in FBS.
Jurich told CBSSports.com’s Gregg Doyel that Strong...
Two coaches believed to be in the running to become the next head coach for the Tennessee Volunteers announced they would remain in their current jobs, with one of them receiving a hefty raise. First, Mike Gundy opted to continue the program with the Oklahoma St Cowboys, and then Louisville Cardinals head coach, Charlie Strong, [...]
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.
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.