Gunnar Gundy ‘working in the office’ at Oklahoma State, seeking next football program


STILLWATER — Mike Gundy didn’t specify what tasks his son handles in the Oklahoma State football offices these days, but it seems safe to assume Gunnar Gundy’s duties fall somewhere between breaking down game tape and bringing his dad coffee.

“I’ve got him working in the office. He’s gotta be there at 7:55 in the morning,” Mike said prior to the Cowboys’ fourth practice of spring Tuesday at the Sherman Smith Training Center. “He’s with me, he’s working, and then he’s gonna leave in May and go play.

“He doesn’t know where yet, but he’s gonna leave in May.”

Gunnar Gundy entered the transfer portal in December, receiving multiple offers before committing to Ohio. Yet after a few days on campus, he reversed course and re-entered the portal. By then, the vast majority of vacancies for quarterbacks were filled.

Over three years at OSU, Gunnar appeared in nine games, completing 54.8% of his passes for 449 yards and four touchdowns. He rushed for 120 yards, including a 10-yard touchdown run in his final game as a Cowboy, the Texas Bowl in December.

The transfer portal opens for Division I football players in mid-April, which will spark the next round of player movement, and should lead to additional opportunities for players like Gunnar.

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Oklahoma State’s Gunnar Gundy (12) celebrates with fans on the field after a Bedlam college football game between the Oklahoma State University Cowboys (OSU) and the University of Oklahoma Sooners (OU) at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Okla., Saturday, Nov. 4, 2023.

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