OU head coach: Cale Gundy used offensive word 'multiple times' before resignation

Posted at 11:56 PM, Aug 07, 2022
and last updated 2022-08-08 18:20:43-04

NORMAN, Okla. — Longtime Oklahoma Football Assistant Coach and former Sooners quarterback Cale Gundy resigned after 23 seasons late Sunday night.

In a social media post entitled, "Sooners Nation, thank you," Gundy detailed an incident during a recent film session in which he says he noticed a distracted player, picked up the player's iPad and read aloud words displayed on the screen.

Gundy said one of the words was something "that I should never, under any circumstance have uttered."

In a second statement since the resignation, OU head coach Brent Venables said Gundy said the word "multiple times" and said he did the right thing by resigning.

Gundy has been on the Sooners staff since 1999, coaching multiple positions on offense. The Midwest City native played QB for the Sooners from 1990-94.

He is the brother of longtime Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy.

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