Mike Gundy is being sued by a Choctaw, Oklahoma construction worker for lost wages after Gundy allegedly fired him for wearing an Oklahoma shirt to do work at Gundy's house. If the construction worker's story is true, Gundy really doesn't care if you got dressed in the dark, because you should know that was a Sooners' shirt by feel alone. YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO FEEL THE BOB STOOPSNESS OF IT IN THE DARK, YOUNGSTER.
According to the suit, Gundy approached Loveland and said, "How dare you come into my house and offend my wife?" The states that when Loveland asked what Gundy was referring to, the coached replied by saying, "That (expletive deleted) shirt you have on."
Mike Gundy, who was once forty and a man, turns forty-four today, and is apparently still a man. A touchy and very serious man, but still a man nonetheless. For his birthday you can get him the information of a construction worker who wears nothing but Oklahoma State gear, the name of an effective and affordable personal litigation attorney, and some more hair gel. (He's in fall practice, and has probably sweat a whole tube of it out of his hair this afternoon alone.)