OSU football: Dillon Stoner doesn't think it's a 'problem' if Mike Gundy attends son's game
STILLWATER — Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy’s personal dilemma has become a viral topic.
Gundy could stay behind Friday to watch his son, Gunnar, play for Stillwater High in the Class 6A-I state semifinals. Or, he could travel to West Virginia with the team and get updates from there.
Gundy said Monday he hasn’t decided his plan. Fans appear to heavily favor Gundy staying behind and meeting the team later.
But what about the players?
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Veteran receiver Dillon Stoner had his own advice for Gundy.
“I’d say do what you need to do,” Stoner said. “I know his son’s time is coming to an end pretty soon for high school days, and those are important games. If he feels like he needs to be there, I’d say be there and catch a flight up. I don’t think that will be a problem.”