OSU Football Coach Mike Gundy blames ‘liberalism’ and ‘Snowflake’ culture on players transferring!

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Article by Bryan Howard

November 13, 2018

Oklahoma State University Head Football Coach Mike Gundy went on a rant about the soft culture Liberal Snowflakes have created. This came after he was asked about College players transferring quickly and often today. Gundy has been outspoken for his distaste for the leftist destruction of American pride. Gundy may not directly say who he supports politically, but we can assume it is probably Republican since he always mentions how he is a true blood American to the core that loves the military.

Mike Gundy is mine and one of my best friends favorite College coach and if you haven’t heard of him before you will love him as well after watching this video clip.

“I think we live in a world where people are non-committal. We allow liberalism to say, “Hey, I can really just do what I want and I don’t have to be really tough and fight through it.” You see that with young people because it’s an option they’re given. We weren’t given that option when we were growing up. In the world today, there’s a lot of entitlement. I’m a firm believer in the snowflake. I think it’s setting there. And I’m not talking about Thabo. Thabo and I have had multiple good talks. I’m talking about every millennial young person. Generation Z, I think is what they call ’em. It’s the world we live in because if they say, “Well, it’s a little bit hard,” we say, “Okay, well, let’s go try something else.” vs. “Hey, let’s bear down and let’s fight and do this.” So you see a lot of that nowadays, and that doesn’t have anything to do with Thabo or McCleskey or anybody that’s been on the portal here. That’s just general in society even if you’re working down here at Walmart. Your boss gets after you and tells you that you’re not doing a good job, you may go home and cry and tell your mom, but your mom may say it’s okay. That’s just kind of the facts of life, the world we live in today. Don’t get me on politics.”