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Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy has agreed to take a $1 million pay cut and amend his contract after a two-week review of the football program.
- Gundy agrees to take $1M pay cut after review
- Review: Gundy's player rapport lacking, not racist
- OK State LT Galloway retires because of injuries
- OSU creates diversity council amid Gundy fallout
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy needs to "invest more time in building stronger relationships with his student-athletes," according to an internal review of the program, which "uncovered no signs or indication of racism," AD Mike Holder said Thursday.
Oklahoma State's Dylan Galloway, who started 14 games at left tackle the past two seasons, has retired from football because of injuries.
Jason Kirksey, Oklahoma State's chief diversity officer, will chair the university's new diversity council.
Alfred Williams, a former star linebacker at Colorado, wants an apology from Mike Gundy after renewing an allegation that the Oklahoma State coach called him the N-word in 1989 when Gundy was a player for the Cowboys.
Maryland head coach Mike Locksley joins Kevin Negandhi to discuss empowering the young men on his team, getting a second chance at head coaching, health protocols on campus, being transparent with recruits and the latest with Taulia Tagovailoa's waiver (18:33). Plus, Adam Rittenberg and Kevin get into players speaking their minds publicly, Mike Gundy's relationships at Oklahoma State and if coaches will continue to take players seriously as the season gets closer (1:23).
Whether in college football or society in general, true structural progress is slow. But when stars such as Oklahoma State's Chuba Hubbard speak out, it matters, regardless of the final resolution.
Mike Gundy apologized to current and former OSU players, saying that when he learned how OAN regards the Black Lives Matter movement, he was disgusted.
Bomani Jones is perplexed as to why we are giving Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy the benefit of the doubt regarding his decision to wear an "OAN" shirt and the subsequent forced apology from player Chuba Hubbard for reacting to it (0:58). Do Kyrie Irving and Dwight Howard have the credibility with their fellow players to sway opinion against playing in Orlando (29:04)? Plus, Bo's thoughts on a former Wake Forest WR being the first Black male lead in ABC's "The Bachelor" (39:01), an IYHH including virtue signaling from celebs (49:36) and your stories from kids driving you mad while quarantined (58:54).
Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard said Tuesday he was not wrong for speaking out against Mike Gundy, because he felt he had to hold his coach accountable.
Chuba Hubbard, the nation's leading rusher last season, will resume football activities after tweeting Monday that he "will not be doing anything with Oklahoma State until things CHANGE" in response to a photo of coach Mike Gundy wearing an OAN T-shirt.
College football and basketball players share their stories on the challenges of school, training and supporting themselves during the coronavirus pandemic.