Uncertainty abound with a big recruiting weekend looming
This weekend is a critical weekend for the future of Oklahoma State football.
The majority of the Cowboys class of 2011 will be en route to Stillwater for their official visits this weekend.
And with so much uncertainty surrounding the coaching staff, coach Mike Gundy will have to answer some tough questions.
“It does make it difficult,” Gundy said. “Because they want to know who and they want to know when and we don’t have those answers.”
Quarterback J.W. Walsh clearly has trust in Gundy. A elite quarterback recruit, Walsh began classes at OSU this week along with fellow prep early enrollee Travis Cross, an offensive lineman from Plano, Texas.
Gundy said he plans to focus on making sure recruits understand he will remain at OSU regardless of any previous or future staff changes before signing day.
“It’s difficult,” he said. “The point I continue to make with the student athletes we are recruiting and the parents is that Coach Gundy is going to be here. And I’m going to continue to hire the people we believe are best for the University, our football program and the players that are currently here.”
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