Found June 14, 2013 on Bloguin Best:
This Oklahoma t-shirt is probably not work-appropriate either. Every work place environment has a certain dress code. If you work in an office you may be expected to wear a buttoned-shirt and tie with khakis or good work pants. Or maybe you work in retail and have a shirt handed to you so you and your retail team stand out to your customers. Other jobs have a much more lenient dress code, including those who work in home repairs and renovations. The job can get dirty at times, so why would you want to be dressing up for the job? Even then it is wise to be mindful of what you are wearing in another person's home. That appears to be a mistake Brent Loveland in 2011 while working on a construction job at the home of Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy. Loveland claims he was fired for wearing a t-shirt in support of Gundy's main rival, the Oklahoma Sooners, and he is taking the matter to court starting on Monday. This story has been out there for a while but finally ...

Auburn hires Oklahoma's Golloway as baseball coach

Auburn has hired Oklahoma coach Sunny Golloway to lead the baseball program. Athletic director Jay Jacobs announced the hiring Friday night. Golloway spent the last eight seasons as Oklahoma's head coach and led the Sooners to seven NCAA regional berths, four super regionals and the 2010 College World Series. Golloway cited coaching in the Southeastern Conference and '...
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