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Mike Gundy’s son transfers from Oklahoma State

Mike Gundy wearing a headset

Sep 16, 2017; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Oklahoma State Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy looks on from the sidelines against the Pittsburgh Panthers during the second quarter at Heinz Field. The Cowboys won 59-21. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Gunnar Gundy, the son of Mike Gundy, is exiting Stillwater stage left.

The Oklahoma State quarterback entered the transfer portal in December and has since committed to Ohio, where he’ll join a Bobcats team fresh off a successful 10-3 season that included victory over Georgia Southern in the Myrtle Beach Bowl.

Gunnar made the announcement official on Friday evening.

Gundy spent three seasons with the Cowboys but never managed to secure a starting role. He appeared in just nine games with one start and opened this past season in a three-man rotation at quarterback. He completed 40 of his 73 pass attempts for 449 yards, four touchdowns and four interceptions over the course of his Oklahoma State career, adding another 120 yards and one score on the ground.

In addition to Gundy, two other Cowboys have also hit the transfer portal — safety Lardarius Webb Jr. and defensive lineman Ricky Lolohea.

Coincidentally, less than 24 hours prior to Gunnar’s commitment to Ohio, Bobcats tight end Tyler Foster transferred to Oklahoma State.

Mike Gundy will enter his 20th season as Oklahoma State head coach in 2024, but his son will not be along for that ride.


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