After Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard threatened to boycott team practices over a photo of Mike Gundy wearing a T-shirt with the logo of the right-wing network OAN, the head coach vowed to make “some changes.” “I will not stand for this,” Hubbard tweeted Monday after a reporter flagged a photo of Gundy on a fishing trip. “This is completely insensitive to everything going on in society, and it’s unacceptable. I will not be doing anything with Oklahoma State until things CHANGE.”
Hours later, Gundy appeared in a video with Hubbard, saying he met with players and now realizes it’s “a very sensitive issue with what’s going on in today’s society.” “And so, we had a great meeting. (I was) made aware of some things that players feel like can make our organization, our culture, even better than it is here at Oklahoma State,” Gundy said. “I’m looking forward to making some changes, and it starts at the top with me. And we’ve got good days ahead.” Hubbard then said tweeting was the “wrong way” to go about airing his complaint. “From now on we’re gonna focus on bringing change, and that’s the most important thing,” he said.