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Mike Gundy Speaks at AFCA Convention On Millennials and Having Too Many Plays

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Sunday the 94th annual American Football Coaches Association Convention kicked off in Nashville, Tennessee. Put on by the AFCA and CBS Sports, the convention consists of four days worth of sessions and panels put on and geared towards high school and college football coaches culminating in the main event, the AFCA Awards Show, which took place on Tuesday night.

Several coaches gave presentations and held panels throughout the week including Oklahoma State’s very own Mike Gundy — last year’s AFCA Region 4 Coach of the Year. On Tuesday, Gundy addressed the crowd along with Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre and newly named Minnesota head coach P.J, Fleck. I hope everyone brought their bingo cards!

Luckily for us, a few quotes made it out on Twitter. Here are some highlights.

I love that even the AFCA is having fun with the mullet.

Hats off to Gundy for keeping it through the convention, though.

#GundyFlow

Okay, last mullet tweet.

Mike did actually get to talk about coaching, though.

Interesting stuff on team rules. I assume we’re talking all social media.

Gundy talked about length of meetings…

…and practice.

We need to add “millennials” to the Bingo card, by the way.

Gundy also touched on his/OSU’s proactive approach to the physical side of training.

Gundy also spoke about the personal side of coaching and how important that is.

This is smart.

I thought this was very interesting.

This is awesome.

Also, here’s a clip from Gundy’s presentation.

 

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