Many mullet wearers espouse the phrase, “Enterprise within the entrance, celebration within the again.” Oklahoma State soccer coach Mike Gundy, nonetheless, introduced the celebration to his complete locker room on Saturday.
After topping No. 25 Texas to guard their undefeated file, the 6-0 Oklahoma State Cowboys watched Gundy exhibit some spectacular dance strikes. The 54-year-old Gundy dropped to a squat and swung his arms and physique backward and forward, miraculously not ripping his khakis and incomes a rousing applause from his staff.
Gavin Gundy, Mike’s son, tweeted his father’s dancing video with the caption “Horns Down” to pour much more salt into Texas followers’ wounds. The Longhorns have endured some brutal losses this season, from Arkansas blowing them out, 41-20, to Oklahoma rallying behind freshman quarterback Caleb Williams to win the Purple River Showdown, 55-48. Oklahoma State, which earned its first lead with solely 4:37 remaining, defeated Texas by scoring 19 unanswered factors within the second half.
Put up-game dancing is not new inside college football‘s teaching circle. Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher orchestrated a 41-38 upset over then top-ranked Alabama in School Station final week, and after the sport A&M’s gamers chanted “Jimbo” till the 56-year-old busted a transfer.
No. 12 Oklahoma State will proceed its run towards the Large 12 Championship sport with a troublesome matchup in opposition to Iowa State in Ames subsequent Saturday. A win that important would possibly power Gundy to interrupt out his dance strikes as soon as once more.
https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/information/watch-as-oklahoma-state-coach-mike-gundy-dances-in-locker-room-after-win-over-no-25-texas/ | Watch as Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy dances in locker room after win over No. 25 Texas