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When Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy isn't watching game film, he's tuning into his family's favorite TV show on A&E.
.@jamiedonwheat Our family watches @duckdynastyae every morning & night. Uncle SI is our favorite. They're welcome at okstate. AskGundy Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) May 10, 2013
In a perfect world, Gundy would like to combine his love for football and Duck Dynasty. So he's extended an invitation to the cast to come to Stillwater, Okla. for a game this fall.
Extend an open invitation to the @duckdynastyae crew for sideline passes & carte blanche to @cowboyfb. Love to have them in Stillwater Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) May 10, 2013
After quarterback Wes Lunt announce he is transferring on Thursday, maybe Gundy could turn to the show's 67-year-old patriarch Phil for help. Afterall, he was the starter over Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw at Louisiana Tech.
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At the start of the 2012 college football season, Wes Lunt, a true freshman, was named the starting quarterback at Oklahoma State. Now, after just his second semester at the school, he’ll be transferring elsewhere.
Oklahoma State released a statement today on its website about Lunt’s departure. Mike Gundy, head coach, had this to say:
“We appreciate Wes and we...
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STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -- Oklahoma State quarterback Wes Lunt is transferring.
Coach Mike Gundy announced the move Thursday and wished Lunt the best.
Lunt started five games as a freshman in 2012 before he was hurt. He finished with 81 completions in 131 attempts for 1,108 yards with six touchdowns and seven interceptions.
The Cowboys have two other starters coming back in J.W...
The Oklahoma State quarterback logjam got a little less packed on Thursday when it was announced that sophomore-to-be Wes Lunt is transferring, Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy said in a news release.
Wes Lunt will be transferring from Oklahoma State after becoming the first true freshman to start at quarterback for the Cowboys since at least 1950. The Rochester, Ill., native threw for 1,108 yards and six touchdowns as a freshman but has now made the decision to leave OSU. Here are some images of Lunt by photographer Pat Kinnison from the 2012 season.
Shortly after 5 p.m. my cell phone started doing the mariachi and didn't stop for almost an hour with some of it induced by the owner. The news of Oklahoma State sophomore-to-be quarterback Wes Lunt's decision to transfer from the Cowboys squad left me and every other media member that covers Oklahoma State scurrying for more to the story.
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