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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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'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.”
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Stillwater man ordered jailed for stabbing family dog

(Stillwater, Okla.) — A Stillwater man, who admitted stabbing the family dog without an agreement with the prosecution regarding his penalty for animal cruelty, was ordered Friday to serve 60 days in jail as part of a five-year deferred sentence with extensive conditions — including a prohibition for five years from possessing any animal or living with anyone who has an animal.

Former Oklahoma assistant football coach Cale Gundy read 'racially charged word' aloud multiple times, coach Brent Venables says

A day after Oklahoma assistant football coach Cale Gundy resigned from the Sooners, saying he inadvertently read aloud "a word that I should never -- under any circumstance -- have uttered" off the screen of a player's iPad during a film session, head coach Brent Venables issued a new statement saying Gundy's statement didn't tell the entire story.
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Head coach: Former Oklahoma football assistant coach read 'racially charged word' aloud multiple times

NORMAN, Okla. — An Oklahoma college football coach announced his resignation over the weekend for reading an offensive word aloud during a film session. Cale Gundy, who had been with the University of Oklahoma football program first as a player in 1990, then joining the coaching staff in 1999, announced his resignation on social media late Sunday night.
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Which Big 12 team can compete for CFP? Oklahoma, Texas, OSU or Baylor? | Number One Ranked Show

FOX Sports’ RJ Young predicts which players in the Big 12 will have a breakout year in 2022, and which team is the best bet to have to “put money in the bag.” Then, RJ explains why only one team out of the Oklahoma Sooners, Texas, Oklahoma State Cowboys, or Baylor Bears will realistically compete for the College Football Playoff. Finally, RJ predicts which team will win the Big 12 Conference Championship game.

Oklahoma Football Coach Resigns After Using 'Hurtful' Word During Film Session

The college football world received shocking news late Sunday night when an Oklahoma football assistant coach announced he's resigning. That coach is Cale Gundy, who's been with the program for 23 years. In a statement announcing his resignation, Gundy explains he used a "shameful and hurtful" word during a film...

Oklahoma State No. 11 in Preseason Coaches Poll

Https:// State No. 11 in Preseason Coaches Poll', 'pinterestShare', 'width=750,height=350'); return false;" title="Pin This Post">. The Cowboys will start the 2022 season just outside the Top 10 and in a clump of Big 12 schools. Oklahoma State was voted 11th in the preseason AFCA Coaches Poll, which released Monday. That...

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College Baseball Showdown Announces Big 12 And SEC Lineup

Three Big 12 and three SEC teams will play in the College Baseball Showdown at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, next February. Oklahoma State, Texas and TCU will represent the Big 12 in the three-day event, set for Feb. 17-19, 2023. Arkansas, Missouri and Vanderbilt will represent the SEC.

Oklahoma football: Sooners start out No. 9 in 2022 Coaches Poll

The Oklahoma football Sooners check in at No. 9 in the initial Coaches Poll ranking of the 2022 season. This is the seventh consecutive year, the Oklahoma football has begun the season ranked in the top 10 of the Coaches Poll, but it is also the lowest the Sooners have been ranked in the Preseason Coaches Poll since starting out at No. 8 in 2017, Lincoln Riley’s first season as the OU head coach.

How Will OSU Use Talyn Shettron in 2022? Look at James Washington and Tylan Wallace

STILLWATER — Talyn Shettron is the highest-ranked receiver prospect the Cowboys have signed since Dez Bryant. And the Cowboys have had some darn good receivers since then — guys like Justin Blackmon, James Washington and Tylan Wallace. Shettron was the No. 126 player in the 2022 recruiting class and after enrolling in Stillwater last spring, he is in the midst of his first fall camp as a college player.

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Don’t open the link. Don’t answer the call. These are pieces of advice given by Oklahoma County Deputy Tara Hardin as part of the SALT Program. She travels throughout Oklahoma County throughout the month, sharing information about scams, skimmers and other ways that Seniors or anyone could be victimized.