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Oklahoma State football: Mike Gundy a hot topic in Vegas


Mike Gundy remains a hot topic for potential college football openings. Consider it remittance for past dalliances.

BetOnline has listed odds for candidates at a variety of plum college football jobs, which potentially could be open this coming off-season. And Gundy ranks as high as No. 2 at one of those jobs, Florida State.

Gundy is in his 15th season as the OSU head coach but has had high-profile interactions with Tennessee, Arkansas and Baylor in recent years, concerning their job openings. Gundy recently told ESPN that he was in Stillwater for good, but that doesn’t stop the American football fan from seeing a guy with antsy feet.

Gundy is listed with 3/1 odds for the Florida State job and 7/1 odds for Michigan and Southern Cal.

The job status of Florida State’s Willie Taggart, Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh and USC’s Clay Helton has been a constant topic this season.

Here are the odds for the jobs at Florida State, Michigan and Southern Cal.

Florida State

Syracuse’s Dino Babers 5/2

OSU’s Mike Gundy 3/1

Wake Forest’s Dave Clawson 4/1

Iowa State’s Matt Campbell 5/1

Urban Meyer 7/1

Central Florida’s Josh Heupel 8/1

Nebraska’s Scott Frost 12/1

Michigan

Stanford’s David Shaw 3/1

Virginia’s Bronco Mendenhall 7/2

Utah’s Kyle Whittingham 4/1

Syracuse’s Dino Babers 5/1

Urban Meyer 7/1

OSU’s Mike Gundy 7/1

Cincinnati’s Luke Fickell 8/1

Southern Cal

Urban Meyer 3/2

Washington’s Chris Petersen 3/1

Penn State’s James Franklin 7/2

Stanford’s David Shaw 7/1

OSU’s Mike Gundy 7/1

Arizona Cardinals’ Kliff Kingsbury 12/1

Related Photos
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy watches warm ups before a college football game between the Oklahoma State University Cowboys (OSU) and the University of Tulsa Golden Hurricane (TU) at H.A. Chapman Stadium in Tulsa, Okla., Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]

Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy watches warm ups before a college football game between the Oklahoma State University Cowboys (OSU) and the University of Tulsa Golden Hurricane (TU) at H.A. Chapman Stadium in Tulsa, Okla., Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]

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