Former Oklahoma State quarterback Bobby Reid, the player Coach Mike Gundy defended in his infamous "I'm a man, I'm 40" rant, was hired Monday to join Gundy's staff.
The Dash takes stock after another weekend of seismic shifts, running through who moved up, who moved down, who moved out, and why.
While most people thought Mike Gundy was doing the right thing by standing up for Bobby Reid, Reid says the tirade "basically ended my life," writes Tom Friend.
Bobby Reid's Oklahoma State football career appears to be finished, coach Mike Gundy acknowledged Friday.
Chase Daniel's Heisman hopes, Texas A&M's rushing struggles and Mack Brown's rant against fans on the field are among the topics covered in the Big 12 notebook.
From the great debate over Mike Gundy's tirade to the fixation on Florida's emerging Heisman candidate to Facebook forecasting, Chris Fowler has the scene covered.
It was the rant to end all rants. And it brought an ugly disconnect between coach, writer and reader to the surface.
Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy might have liked to chose his words differently after a postgame press conference got heated Saturday, but the sentiments of his statements remained the same two days later.