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On Cale Gundy’s resignation: Is there a better way?

Was University of Oklahoma coach Cale Gundy’s situation handled in the best way? Will his resignation help us move into a better tomorrow as an ethnically diverse society?. Based on the information given to us, I say “no.” We may be missing a greater opportunity to model something that our world so desperately needs to see, which are examples of people making relationships work.
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Oklahoma's Gundy out after saying 'racially charged' word

A day after Oklahoma assistant head football coach Cale Gundy announced his resignation, the school said Monday that Gundy uttered a racially charged word multiple times during a film session last week. Gundy, who had been with the program as an assistant since 1999, announced his resignation in a social media post late Sunday, and the school confirmed it with a statement shortly thereafter. Oklahoma sent out another statement on Monday giving more details about the incident. “Coach Gundy resigned from the program because he knows what he did was wrong,” first-year Sooners coach Brent Venables said in the statement....
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Video: Little Leaguer goes viral for heartwarming gesture

The result of the Southwest Region championship game between Texas East and Oklahoma on Tuesday for a spot in the Little League World Series was overshadowed by a viral and heartwarming moment of sportsmanship. Oklahoma was batting in the bottom of the first inning down 3-2 with runners on first...

Cale Gundy’s daughter accuses Oklahoma coach Brent Venables of coverup

Cat Gundy, the daughter of former Oklahoma football assistant Cale Gundy, called out Sooners head coach Brent Venables’ statement about her father’s resignation in a since-deleted tweet. “Interesting you told your players to keep their mouths shut about what really happened and their heads down,” Gundy’s daughter allegedly wrote in a tweet, according to screengrabs on Twitter. “The truth will always come to fruition, it’s only a matter of time.” The reported tweet was not posted on her Twitter account as of Tuesday morning. Gundy, 50, resigned from his position on Sunday, after he said in a statement that he unintentionally used...

Look: Cale Gundy's Daughter Appears To Respond To Brent Venables

The daughter of former Oklahoma Sooners football coach Cale Gundy appears to have responded to Brent Venables' statement on Twitter. Sunday night, Gundy announced his resignation from the program. The former Sooners quarterback had been coaching in Norman for more than two decades. He said he resigned because he said a word he should "never" say during a team meeting.

'This ain't right.' Cale Gundy's resignation sparks reaction from Sooners nation

Oklahoma football fans are getting used to sudden, surprising coaching departures. In an OU offseason shaped by former head coach Lincoln Riley leaving Norman for the USC job, longtime wide receivers coach Cale Gundy resigning suddenly on Sunday night provided another shocking development for the Sooner faithful. Gundy said in a lengthy statement released on Twitter that he picked up the iPad of a distracted Sooners player during a meeting and read aloud words “that had nothing to do with football.”

Brent Venables disputes Cale Gundy’s account of incident

Brent Venables issued a statement on Monday that disputed Cale Gundy’s account of an incident last week that led to the assistant coach’s resignation. Gundy resigned on Sunday night from his position as wide receivers coach at Oklahoma. Gundy had coached at Oklahoma since 1999 and played quarterback there from 1990-1993, so his departure from the program was met with surprise.

Oklahoma coach Cale Gundy resigns after using ‘shameful’ word in team meeting

Oklahoma Sooners assistant football coach Cale Gundy has resigned from his position after he used a “shameful” word during a team meeting. The 50-year-old, whose brother Mike Gundy is the head coach at rival Oklahoma State, released a lengthy statement on social media Sunday night, announcing his resignation and apologizing for using the word, which he says he read off of a player’s iPad. “I owe it to Sooner Nation to be transparent about what led to this decision: Last week, during a film session, I instructed my players to take notes,” the statement read. “I noticed a player was distracted and...