OkState back Hubbard not pleased with Gundy’s OAN shirt

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard is not pleased with head coach Mike Gundy. In fact, it is over a shirt that Gundy reportedly wore this past weekend.

Hubbard claims that he will not play for the Cowboys until “it changes.” The outspoken Gundy has been quite on the issue.

Oklahoma State Cowboys running back Chuba Hubbard rushing the ball against the West Virginia Mountaineers
Chuba Hubbard rushing the ball against the West Virginia Mountaineers (Photo by the Oklahoma State Cowboys Athletics Department)

“This afternoon has been very disturbing,” Cowboys athletic director Mike Holder said. “The tweets from the current and former players are of grave concern.

The problem? Gundy wore a t shirt of a conservative TV station, One America News Network (OANN) — which is also known as One America News (OAN).

Unfortunately today, certain individuals don’t like it when people have opinions other than their own. This is especially the case with the Democrats.

They claim to be the inclusive party. But many believe they are not since they want to censor other people, who do not agree with them.

Gundy has previously called out the Democrats by saying “liberalism” is the reason for college football players transferring. The NCAA established a transfer portal for players to transfer.

“I think we live in a world where people are noncommittal,” Gundy said in a November 2018 story on the Washington Post. “We allow liberalism to say, ‘Hey, I can really just do what I want and I don’t have to be really tough and fight through it.’ You see that with young people because it’s an option they’re given. We weren’t given that option when we were growing up. We were told what to do, we did it the right way, or you go figure it out on your own. In the world today, there’s a lot of entitlement.”

In the same story, he called players snowflakes because they are quick to leave a situation. Instead of actually battling through circumstances that are presented to them.

“I’m a firm believer in the snowflake,” he said. Gundy. “Talking about every millennial, young person. Generation Z, I think is what they call ’em. It’s the world we live in because if they say, ‘Well, it’s a little bit hard,’ then we say, ‘Okay, well, let’s go try something else’ versus ‘Hey, let’s bear down and let’s fight and do this.’ So you see a lot of that nowadays.

“That’s just in general in society, even if you’re working down here at Walmart. Your boss gets after you and tells you that you’re not doing a good job, you may go home and cry and tell your mom, and your mom may say it’s okay. That’s just kind of the facts of life, the world we live in today.”

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