September 28, 2022

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Oklahoma assistant Cal Gundy has resigned after saying the word "disgraceful" at a photo shoot

Oklahoma assistant Cal Gundy has resigned after saying the word “disgraceful” at a photo shoot


Oklahoma wide reception coach Cal Gundy The football assistant who worked the longest At the Big 12 convention, he quit Sunday night after reading the word “shameful and painful” out loud from a player’s iPad during a recent photo session. 50-year-old Jundi Trained with the Sooners since 1999He described the events that led to his resignation in a statement on Twitter.

“Last week, during a photo session, I asked my players to take notes,” he wrote. “I noticed that a player was distracted and picked up his iPad and read aloud the words that were written on his screen. The displayed words had nothing to do with football. One particular word that I should never have, under any circumstances, was shown on that screen.”

Gundy, the younger brother of Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy, said he was “horrified” when he realized the word he had read.

“What I said wasn’t malicious. It wasn’t intentional,” Gondi continued. “I am still mature enough to know that the word you said was shameful and painful, no matter what my intentions were.”

Gundy quarterback played for Oklahoma from 1990 to 1993 and worked as a graduate assistant on the Gary Gibbs Sooners coaching staff in 1994 before coaching quarterbacks and quarterbacks at the University of Alabama at Birmingham from 1995 to 1998. He returned to Oklahoma in 1999 as a running back. Head coach of the year Bob Stops is supported. In 2017, Gundy was promoted to Joint Offensive Coordinator under former Sooners coach Lincoln Riley, who He left for Southern California last year.

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“I take responsibility for my mistake,” Gundy wrote before announcing that he would be stepping down immediately. “I apologise. … This team – the coaches, players, management and fans – do not deserve to be distracted by matters off the field while working to continue the tradition of excellence that makes me so proud to be sooner.”

Oklahoma coach Brent Venables, who was appointed to replace Riley in December, accepted Gundy’s resignation “sadly” on Sunday.

“He has devoted more than half of his life to the Oklahoma football team and has served our program and university well,” Venables said in a statement. We are grateful for this commitment. We also acknowledge that by stepping aside he put the program and the well-being of our student-athletes first. In training and in life, we are all responsible for our actions and the resulting results.”

Venables has announced that Sooners offensive analyst Damian Washington will become an interim coach for the wide receivers.