Mike Gundy on if Rob Glass Ever Leaves: ‘I’ll Have to Find Something Else to Do’

Written by Kyle Cox

Mike Gundy and Oklahoma State strength and conditioning guru Rob Glass sat down with Brett Ledbetter of What Drives Winning, a seminar/training course that’s hosted collaborative efforts from the likes of Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Billy Donovan to World Cup champion Abby Wambach.

Mike Gundy has previously done two sit-downs with Ledbetter. OSU wrestling coach John Smith has done one, as well.

Coach Gundy and Glass talked about the beginnings of their relationship (Glass was on staff at OSU when Gundy was a player) and Gundy talked about the importance of having someone you trust in that role.

“If he decides to get out of it, I’ll have to find something else to do,” said Gundy.

“Strength and conditioning is the most important aspect of developing college football players.” Gundy continued “Coach [Glass] gets them really eleven months out of the year, so the discipline, the structure, the toughness, the environment he creates and develops sets them up for us.”

Glass, who makes just under $400,000 a year according to the Tulsa World’s database, talked about what the moniker #BodyByGlass entails.

“We’re trying to, essentially, develop a swagger, a physical presence with our guys because that’s what it takes to be successful,” said Glass. “So we’re training that dominant, alpha-male type of mentality [that] is what we’re trying to create.”

His track record of player transformation speaks for itself.

Check out the full interview below.

  • Nate

    If this isn’t very old, which I’m guessing it is, the bigger news here is… HAIRCUT?!

    • kspokesfan

      When it came out on Twitter that was my first thought. I’ve had people tell me they would take him more serious if he would get a haircut. My response is he’s a multi millionaire… I think he has it figured out.

  • spokepokes

    Big haircut there