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Former Oklahoma State Quarterback Gunnar Gundy Re-enters Transfer Portal

Gundy transferred from OSU after this season.



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Gunnar Gundy was a quarterback at Ohio for less than 20 days.

According to multiple reports on Tuesday, Gundy re-entered the transfer portal as a graduate transfer. Gundy committed to Ohio on Jan. 5 after transferring from Oklahoma State. Ohio announced Gundy as part of its 2024 signing class. He was the only quarterback in the class.

Gundy was expected to compete for the starting job at Ohio with four-year starter Kurtis Rourke transferring to Indiana. The Bobcats went 10-3 last season with Rourke leading the offense. Ohio coach Tim Albin had also signed a contract extension through 2026, well beyond Gundy’s time there.

In three seasons at OSU, Gundy was 40-of-73 for 449 yards, four touchdowns and four interceptions. He also had 120 rushing yards and another score. He played in the Cowboys’ bowl game, even after entering the transfer portal the first time, and scored on a 10-yard designed run.

Out of Stillwater High School, Gundy also had offers to play in the MAC then to Eastern Michigan and Toledo. After entering the portal the first time, Gundy announced offers from Indiana State, Duquesne, Abilene Christian and Elon.

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