While the realignment carousel spun last summer, coaches were enjoying their least busy time of the year: summer.
While rumors of Texas A&M moving to the SEC swirled, coaches like Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy were wrapped up in fall camps. Gundy hadn't heard a word about the possibility of A&M leaving the SEC until he was walking off the practice field on Friday morning and a couple of his players mentioned it.
"Once I get started, I don’t pay much attention to anything," Gundy said. "I didn’t know anything about it."
Gundy described his job as one that's intense for six months, but features normal hours for three months during the winter semester and three months of little work over his summers.
During fall camp? Well,
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