Coaching never stops for Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy, apparently.
Gundy was kind enough to allow us to see one of the slow moments at the Oklahoma State football facility, where he was training a dog.
Making the most of a 5-minute break. The coaching never stops in the football office at Oklahoma State. pic.twitter.com/yipezMDDyV
— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) April 11, 2018
Gundy appears to be a capable dog trainer, and might have found a hobby for himself after he leaves the coaching profession.
A few minutes of downtime is likely all that Gundy can afford this offseason. The Cowboys will be replacing a senior class full of stars, including wide receiver James Washington and quarterback Mason Rudolph, both of whom started at least one game in each of their four years on campus.
Spring practice can offer us a window into who will attempt to replace those big names like Washington and Rudolph, but we’ll still have to wait until September to see all the pieces in action.