In a radio interview Friday on WWLS, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said he has no regrets defending quarterback Bobby Reid and wants to move past his well-publicized post-game rant that has drawn national attention. Gundy didn't talk about the game after OSU's 49-45 win over Texas Tech last Saturday. His entire, 3-minute, 30-second, post-game speech was aimed at The Oklahoman's Jenni Carlson and the newspaper for her column on Reid, who was replaced as the starting quarterback. He said it's the last time he will discuss the incident and is surprised how much publicity it has received. He said he's been swamped with calls and e-mails. "There's been so many responses,” Gundy said. "I'm not trying to win a political race. I want this to end. I appreciate all the support. You want people to know the guy is not completely out of his mind.” Gundy said he has not seen video of his post-game outburst in its entirety. He reiterated he has no ill will toward Carlson or the newspaper. He said one lesson he has learned is to say, "No comment” on subjects he cannot address. He said he's also heard from media members who believe the hot-button topic could lead to a healthy debate on how collegiate athletes should be treated by the media. Gundy has turned down numerous interviews, including several national television outlets. He chose the Oklahoma City radio station because "we want to move forward.” He chose Friday because it's a slower day with only a team walk-through. Gundy said he never intended to raise his voice during a postgame tirade at a newspaper columnist that's become an Internet sensation. "My voice escalated as it went on because I got angrier when I thought about it,” Gundy said. "Not at any particular person, but when I thought about the way it happened and the embarrassment that it may have made to this young man, it made me angry and that's just a fact.” Gundy said he loves his job enough that he hasn't been bothered by the reaction to his comments.