Racism allegations towards Oklahoma State soccer coach Mike Gundy resurfaced Wednesday.
Gundy, who performed quarterback for Oklahoma State, was accused in 1989 of utilizing racial slurs towards Colorado Buffaloes gamers throughout a sport. A newspaper article from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in 1989 confirmed Colorado security Tim James and linebacker Alfred Williams made the allegations.
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“I hope not very many people raise their children to be like him. He said things he had no businesses saying to anybody,” Williams stated on the time.
Gundy denied it on the time, saying “They were doing the talking. Why would I say those things? I’ve been here four years, and half of my friends [on this team] are black. It makes no sense.”
With Gundy embroiled in controversy over a T-shirt, the claims resurfaced. (On Tuesday, he apologized after an image surfaced on the web of him sporting a shirt selling One America Information Community, a right-wing station that has sparked controversy with its views on Black Lives Matter.)
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Williams, who was a first-round decide of the Cincinnati Bengals in 1991 and is at present a radio broadcaster in Denver, talked about it once more on his radio present.
“I couldn’t believe it,” he stated, in line with Pro Football Talk. “There’s no strolling that again. This story’s been on the market for 31 years.
“I didn’t back down then. I don’t back down now. … Every time I see him, I just want to run through him. Every time I see his face, every time I look at him, I want to run through him. … I’m 51 years old. Why in the world do I need to lie about that?”
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Gundy has but to touch upon the newest allegations.