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In the wake of whatever we saw on Tuesday with Mike Gundy and Tennessee, there was a report on ESPN.com that noted a couple of pretty interesting things. It got a little lost in the tidal wave of relief that followed Gundy staying in Stillwater, but it feels like sort of a big deal.
Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder thinks Mike Gundy could do a better job of recruiting.
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Mike Gundy has had a great offseason, flirting briefly, again, with Tennessee and then becoming the Big 12's third $5 million coach. He got to hire a new defensive coordinator in Duke's Jim ...
Michael "Mike" Brown (born August 10, 1935) is an American football executive and the owner of the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League (NFL), a position he has held since 1991. The son of Bengals and Cleveland Browns co-founder and original coach Paul Brown, he joined the Bengals upon their founding in 1968 and assumed ownership of the team after his father's death.
Tennessee Athletic Director John Currie wanted to hire Greg Schiano to coach the Vols’ football team. It didn’t go well.Mike Gundy thought hard about it but decided to stick with Oklahoma State.
Phillip Edward Fulmer Sr. (born September 1, 1950) is an American football player, coach, and current athletic director at the University of Tennessee. He served as head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers football team from 1992 to 2008, compiling a 152–52 record. He is best known for coaching the Volunteers in the first BCS National Championship Game in 1998, defeating Florida State University.
Six years ago, Mike Yurcich made just over $50,000 a year as the offensive coordinator at Division II Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania. Now he’s set to make significantly more than that ...