Big 12 football: Gundy will study Victor Johnson case
Mike Gundy flew home to Stillwater on Monday after a week in Steamboat Springs, Colo., where his son was involved in a baseball tournament. Gundy said he knew nothing about the Victor Johnson case.
Johnson was in court Monday on a DUI charge; he pled not guilty. Just last week, Johnson was charged with obstructing an officer, who was trying to perform a search at his residence. After Johnson was arrested at that time, marijuana was found at his residence.
Johnson, a junior safety from Waco, Texas, started for Oklahoma State last season but was injured and didn’t go through spring practice.
Gundy said he would return to Stillwater today, sit down, ascertain all the facts and “deal with one of the most difficult things we have to deal with. By Thursday, we’ll have something out. Try to make the best decision.”
Hard to imagine Johnson remaining on the OSU team this season. One foulup, maybe. Two? Unlikely.
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