“(The depth is) much better than it was four years ago,” Gundy said. “You can never have enough players and, as a coach, you never feel comfortable with your depth. But I feel more comfortable now than in the past. As I said, things go on.”
Gundy said he expects Bowie to transfer. Bowie played high school football at Sand Springs and originally signed with OSU in 2009 before spending two seasons at Navarro Junior College after he did not qualify academically.
The Tahlequah Daily Press reported Wednesday that Bowie was on campus at Northeastern State University but had not committed to the Division II school.