Less than a year after Bob Stoops surprisingly announced his retirement, Oklahoma unveiled a statue of the longtime Sooners head coach ahead of Saturday’s spring game.
— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) April 14, 2018
— SoonerScoop.com (@SoonerScoop) April 14, 2018
Over 18 seasons, Stoops compiled a 190-48 record (the most wins in OU history), including the 2000 national championship and 10 Big 12 championships. Stoops’ impact on Oklahoma football was celebrated at a “Salute to Stoops” event Friday night. The celebration included video tributes from some other coaches, including Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy.
Gundy’s did not disappoint.
Mike Gundy’s tribute to Bob Stoops: they can go hunting, golfing and swimming pic.twitter.com/Bw9JnRuZ6e
— Brooke Pryor (@bepryor) April 14, 2018
Yep, Gundy took off his shirt again when saying he and Stoops could spend time together going swimming.
— Cody Stavenhagen (@CodyStavenhagen) April 14, 2018
We learned back in October that Gundy is not too shy to go shirtless.
— Joel Devick (@joelyranch3r) October 14, 2017
In fact, Gundy puts himself out there without hesitation, whether it’s playing the saxophone in a Valentine’s Day basketball promo, donning a singlet to support the OSU wrestling team or heading out into nature to take on a rattlesnake.
— Dr. Saturday (@YahooDrSaturday) February 14, 2018
Mike Gundy wears a wrestling singlet to promote upcoming OSU match.
— Dr. Saturday (@YahooDrSaturday) February 15, 2017
Rattlesnake hunt in Okeene, OK with Todd and Wild Bill. pic.twitter.com/0SqWb9LxFk
— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) March 17, 2017
Never change, Mike. Never change.
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