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Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy reportedly spoke with Tennessee about its available coaching position on Sunday, and could have discussions with Arkansas about its vacancy. Gundy, who played quarterback for Oklahoma State, is 66-35 in eight seasons at his alma mater, spoke with media members late Sunday night. Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy just completed a 7-5 regular season.

“I would never talk about any other jobs or any confirmation of anything that’s gone on,” Gundy told reporters on a teleconference. “I would prefer to not talk about anything other than Oklahoma State and the bowl game.”
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Ignignot - 36 months ago
i reported it first

Martini - 36 months ago
He's a pretentious douchebag. T Boone will not be happy.
HeadBusta4LSU - 36 months ago
hes a man, hes 40
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