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Mike Gundy inducted into Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma State football head coach Mike Gundy was inducted into the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame Monday night at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. The most successful head coach in program history, Gundy has compiled a 137-67 (.672) overall record since taking over in 2005.
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Motivation and determination see Dillon Bell commit to Georgia

The moment Houston (Texas) The Kinkaid School athlete Dillon Bell shared with his mother Deirdre Johnson that he was committing to Georgia was one he’ll never forget. “Her reaction,” the new Bulldog stated. “I don’t know how to explain it, she was just so happy. The way I grew up and where I come from to now I’m committed to a college.”
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Previewing Key Position Battles: Quarterback

After nearly two years and enduring the strangest sports season the world has ever seen, a full schedule is on the horizon and fall camp is finally here. As Utah fans have come to know, fall camp is usually full of key position battles to determine who will be taking the reps come game one and with this year being no different, some major positions are still up for grabs. The first and potentially most impactful position battle we’ll analyze is who will be taking the snaps under center as Utah’s quarterback.
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University of Texas president defends decision to join SEC as lawmakers criticize timing and impact on other schools

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. University of Texas at Austin President Jay Hartzell on Monday publicly defended the school’s decision to leave the Big 12 for the Southeastern Conference along with the University of Oklahoma in 2025 and denied Texas lawmakers’ claims that the school violated Big 12 bylaws in doing so.
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Texas Football: Baylor AD throws serious shade at Horns amid SEC move

Mack Rhoades (Photo by Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images) The Baylor Bears athletic director definitely made his voice heard in the matter of the Texas football program and the Oklahoma Sooners leaving the Big 12 for the SEC. Well-known Baylor athletic director Mack Rhoades really tried to take a shot at the confidence and ego of Texas athletics and the university itself on Aug. 2.