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ESPN is reporting that Oklahoma State has sued Texas co-offensive coordinator Joe Wickline for breach of contract and is seeking more than $593,000 in damages.

According to the suit filed in an Oklahoma district court Oct. 17, Oklahoma State's board of regents asserts that Wickline violated his contractual agreement to pay a buyout fee of $593,487 if he left OSU for a Football Bowl Subdivision offensive coordinator job that did not include play-calling duties.

Wickline filed a countersuit this week and says he is indeed calling plays for Texas' offense, according to an Austin American-Statesman report.

The lawsuits are the latest step in a dispute that began in January when Wickline left OSU after nine seasons to join first-year coach Charlie Strong's staff.
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