first_imgI like to think Les Miles called a handful of plays for OSU last year. This conspiracy runs deep.— David Ubben (@davidubben) March 5, 2014Bizarre stuff, for sure, and OSU-Texas in November at a chilly BPS will be colder than it feels outside. I have no doubt that Gundy’s ego is outsized in Stillwater by only Marcus Smart’s guns. But Wick is on the wrong side of three wins in the last four years now and it’s not like Glenn Spencer and his defense need the bulletin board material.[1. I’m pretty sure the bulletin board in Glenn Spencer’s film room is just his tweets cut and pinned by some grad assistant making $11,000 a year.]If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers! Here’s a quote from Wickline in that Oklahoman By no means…was it an easy decision, because of just the love for the (Stillwater) community and the love for the area and the respect for Oklahoma State, the Oklahoma people as a whole.Then the playcalling topic got brought up.Asked new Texas OC Joe Wickline if he ever called any plays at OSU: “We did it by committee there, also. How’s that?”— Mike Finger (@mikefinger) March 5, 2014Okkk…As Ubben pointed out, the 2013 OSU playcalling mess might be on an episode of CSI in 10 years.Who exactly was calling plays when at OSU last season may be the greatest mystery of our generation.— David Ubben (@davidubben) March 5, 2014 Joe Wickline emptied his chamber on Wednesday at a media outing in Austin. He was asked about Oklahoma State and ohh boy…Wickline on Shawn Watson, who is older than 40: “It’s good to work with a guy who doesn’t have a giant ego.”— Mike Finger (@mikefinger) March 5, 2014Hi, Gundy!He then said the decision to leave Stillwater for Austin was not as difficult as he made it out to be a few months [email protected] Before the ego answer, Wickline was asked if it was “difficult at all to leave Oklahoma State.” He said, “No, it wasn’t.”— Mike Finger (@mikefinger) March 5, 2014last_img

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