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OneOfMany_MAGA 73 points ago +73 / -0

Forced to give up a million dollars and a year from his contract for wearing a t shirt of a news network with a rightward slant no different from the leftward slant of almost every other network.

The tactics of the left are nakedly repugnant. This sort of economic terrorism needs to be punished so severely and completely that people never contemplate using it again.

This was done to send a signal to the rest of the nation. Support Trump or his supporters and you are crushed.

It’s time to resist the resistance, and do everything possible to stymie them.

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Qlasers 34 points ago +34 / -0

Here's to hoping a large portion of the fans and alumni turn their back on these anti-american, anti-freedom of speech traitors. Instead of bowing to the mob, he should have asked his player to debate him on live television.

"Your T-shirt offends me because people who go on that news channel occasionally have opinions that I don't agree with" -- strong argument by Chuba, there. Let's see Gundy's response.."If you think you're offended by words, just wait until you find out the actions your Chinese overloads intend to implement."

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Cyer6 24 points ago +24 / -0

As much as fans may love this college team, they should take a stand and refuse to attend until the university rescinds this and apologizes to that coach. But they probably won't.

The coach should've just quit and gone off to work where there's some sanity and courage. They're out there and someone would've hired him.

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DoYouBelieveInMAGA 24 points ago +24 / -0

Lol Gundy cucked out hard and started shitting on OAN. Wish they would've fired him. Sports are over, folks.

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Qlasers 13 points ago +13 / -0

Unfortunately, he can't quit, because then they win. We need to challenge these people and make them articulate their thoughts. They will never win a true debate, so we should be forcing them into the ring every chance we can get and shine a light on their stupidity.

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SamQuentin1 7 points ago +7 / -0

The alumni should turn their back on the University

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spezisapedo 4 points ago +4 / -0

wearing a t shirt of a news network with a rightward slant no different from the leftward slant of almost every other network.

I GUARANTEE YOU WOULDNT GET FINED IF YOU WORE A "BIN" SHIRT (the black information network).

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Aroid 2 points ago +2 / -0 (edited)

It's us who are the resistance. They have so many institutions behind them that they're literally the establishment.

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bagabond 44 points ago +44 / -0

Easy to say but harder to do, I acknowledge, but like Tucker says do not give an inch. He should quit. Look at poor drew breez. You’ll never be able to look at him the same again. It’s mostly due to the fact that he’s a decent guy that he thought if the whole world was mad at him he must have done something wrong. But watching his crushed form beg take the side of his oppressors...pretty bad stuff.

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Tx50bmg 41 points ago +42 / -1

Drew Brees bent the knee because he wants a broadcasting career after he retires from the game. He was a fool to make comments he wouldn’t back up, and an even greater fool to kowtow to the mob. He lost all of my respect.

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SamQuentin1 5 points ago +5 / -0

He just wants to makes sure his linemen block for him. It is alleged that Derek Carr’s blockers let him get sacked for not kneeling https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.sportingnews.com/us/amp/nfl/news/miko-grimes-raiders-offensive-line-derek-carr-protests/1v2vx120rrzrk1aqz55oqyl9m9

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stjdalen 15 points ago +16 / -1 (edited)

I like Brees but am afraid it had to do with his post career NBC multi million deal. Not only would he have been run out of the league, his NBC contract would have been cancelled. So he apologized

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Qlasers 18 points ago +18 / -0

I hope Brees retires on the eve of the season opener and then watches the entire team and city beg him to return. Those assholes abandoned him when he was being attacked, he should make them suffer.

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Bigdeal 13 points ago +13 / -0

Well I for one am not watching any of the NFL. They hate me and want me dead so I will send zero support to them. So Bree not playing holds nothing but to me. I would rather him stay and take their money.

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spezisapedo 0 points ago +1 / -1

ill probably catch a live stream

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KuhlooKuhlay 7 points ago +7 / -0

he should've retired right then and there instead of apologizing. just say "look if this is the league and atmosphere that you are all creating, have fun with that and peace out."

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Captainzoomer 4 points ago +4 / -0

He would have had so much more respect by doing that.

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DoYouBelieveInMAGA 5 points ago +5 / -0

FYI Gundy cucked as bad as Brees

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ddragon 1 point ago +1 / -0

But wait until the very last minute, like right before preseason camp, and just don’t show up.

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NoMoreMao 31 points ago +32 / -1

He's a pussy.

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Juzeza 10 points ago +11 / -1

bingo

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OrangeElvis 28 points ago +28 / -0

Twitter responder who said he should have obtained 1st Amendment attorney instead of crawfish on TV was spot on.

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Campingwithguns 26 points ago +26 / -0

My response would be “see you in court” I think I will own your asses just like the old days hahahahaha

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DeadOverRed 22 points ago +23 / -1

No, it's much sicker than that. He went to his masters and begged for that punishment.

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LeftistsAreInsane 21 points ago +21 / -0

I ordered an OAN shirt just because of this bullshit. Still waiting for it to arrive. They're actually rather cheap.

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Jackietreehorn 13 points ago +14 / -1

He suggested the penalty himself.

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GotTrumps6 12 points ago +12 / -0

“I’M A MAN.....I’M 40!!!”

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Honkey_McCracker 11 points ago +11 / -0

Haha. Fuck him. He cucked out for nothing.

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cajun_robear 11 points ago +11 / -0

We need more Bear Bryants and fewer Mike Gundys in college football.

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DoYouBelieveInMAGA 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ain't that the truth

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Gramma53 9 points ago +10 / -1

He might as well quit because who would entrust a team with such a wuss?

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M1919A2 8 points ago +8 / -0

I think Oklahoma's legislature needs to remove $10M from Oklahoma State and fire the president of the University...

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neurojerk 7 points ago +7 / -0

They're bullies. Just like bullies, they prey on the weak. The best defense is to confidently and unequivocally tell them to pack it in their asses. Look how much better Jack Del Rio is faring than Gundy, and he was much more vocal about he believes. They'll still harass you. You might still see consequences. But most of the time if you just stand your ground, they'll move on to an easier target.

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RocketSurgeon22 6 points ago +6 / -0

When you backpedal and give in - they only take more from you in this social bullshit. Stand your ground, don't apologize, be mindful but do not give in to their tactics.

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Awesome 6 points ago +6 / -0

Enough of this shit, political prosecution needs to be punished and illegal AND federally enforced. If you want to swear across the aisle due to political differences sure, but once you start prosecuting people for it, it is causing direct harm to the person and their family.

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StaryHickory 5 points ago +5 / -0

So if you wear a CNN T-shirt what happens to you? On your own time mind you, on a fucking fishing trip.

I would sue the university.

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LORD_RM 3 points ago +3 / -0

His only offense was apologizing to the outrage mob

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CannonballJunior 3 points ago +3 / -0

Why don't you get down on your knees and grovel some more, Mike "I'm a Cuck! I'm 52!" Gundy?

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Monzie 2 points ago +2 / -0

And that was after he bowed to the mob.

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lynxxyarly 2 points ago +2 / -0

For the record, this post isnt really providing all the information. He's been on the hot seat for a while for not doing well the players and the team record. Essentially he has 'lost the locker-room', so to speak.

Don't get me wrong, people getting offended over the OAN shirt is pretty weak, but its more of the straw that broke the camel's back since he had a not so good relationship with the players; which is a big deal.

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Dallasguy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Good. He fucking apologised and backed down. Let that be a lesson to everyone.

They do not want your apologies. They want you utterly defeated and beaten down.

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Dualkalibur 2 points ago +3 / -1

To be fair, I’m torn. I don’t agree that anyone should suffer repercussions for wearing a t shirt on their own time, especially one that isn’t offensive(graphic gore or porn on a shirt when you work in education doesn’t sit well with people, otherwise I’m fine with anything on your shirt.)

But at the same time what in the flying fuck is a university football coach doing making millions of dollars? No wonder tuitions are sky high, and education is a leftist cesspool of horror, people view going to a university secondary to getting into a feeder league for sports. I’d love to see all sports removed from university and have a separate program the NFL/NBA/Olympic committee etc pay for and send kids there. Most of them(no not all, but face it, it’s most) kids who go to school on “athletic scholarships” aren’t focused on a real major, they’re there for scouts to see and pick up a major league contract. Others get passed along to keep them on the team and make sure the university does well in the college league.

Look at all the failing dam infrastructure in North America. Look at the crumbling road systems and overburdened mass transits. Instead of people going to a school to learn the combined knowledge of our race, we waste time and money pushing people who don’t want to be in class in the first place out into a stadium or field for entertainment and make them nothing more than diploma mills where now a college or university education is common and damn near useless.

Once again he should NEVER have suffered for what he wore, but there’s no way in hell I can support paying a university coach anymore than 80 grand a year to do “something they love” all day, to the detriment of any kid trying to pay their way through getting an education.

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spezisapedo 1 point ago +2 / -1

You probably also think CEOs get paid too much when they dont even do the "hard" labor....

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Dualkalibur 1 point ago +2 / -1

Actually I don’t. Some CEO’s are worth the money and have the experience and education to get the company to succeed and do better. Some are hired in because of contacts and get money as part of a “who you know” club. Starting my own business has taught me I will probably hire a CEO who’s qualified down the line when I can both afford it and my company is ready to get much bigger. A good CEO is like any other employee in a company. If they are good at their job and perform exceptionally everyone can benefit. If they’re a for themselves shithead only there for the money, well you get what you pay for.

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spezisapedo 1 point ago +1 / -0

same with college football coaches.

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Dualkalibur 1 point ago +1 / -0

Did you miss the part where I said I don’t see any need for a college team whatsoever? How they should have their own feeder league and leave academia the hell alone to be for learning and pay for their own? Equating a school needing a multi million dollar football coach so all students tuition needing to be higher to a business needing a CEO is foolish. A ceo has a place in business. The company is directed and lead into new markets and can sell more, ensuring the employees have work to do and a pay check is gonna be earned. Overtime is now possible. New employees to meet demand. What does the football team bring to the IT department? How is he enriching the medical doctorate program? Is he helping EVERY course at the university? No. It’s a false equivalent. Please inform me why a university coach for any sport is worth multi millions and provides value for the money. Winning trophies and feeding players to a big league and furthering his own career in said big leagues isn’t something people going to school for an education should be paying for or be forced to support. I hope you don’t have kids you need to pay 200k plus tuitions for to fund some coaches that have nothing to do with their studies at all.

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spezisapedo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lots of college students love the togetherness they feel by rooting for their team. Im not saying they "need" a multi million dollar football coach, but a company also doesnt "need" a CEO.

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Dualkalibur 1 point ago +1 / -0

I agree with you on both your points. The togetherness of team sports is a positive. A company can do well with a sole owner doing most of the work. But when you’re paying out of pocket for education, being in debt longer is a detriment. Having higher tuitions to pay multi million dollar salaries to educators hurts enough, adding in coaches and assistant coaches and all the goes with it spirals out of control. It devolves into what we have now. Back in the 50’s and 60’s people were able to pay for university or college on their own working part time.

True government involvement has ruined things a lot with guaranteed loans that the university sees as a cash cow and can raise tuitions knowing it will be paid but we all have to take responsibility. Having bloated programs and bloated salaries and worst to me(and to be fair it’s merely my own opinion here) athletics rolled under one roof with no escape is unsustainable. You should go to school for school. I’ve gone on many a training course for work on the oil rigs that are specific to the field of work I’m in. Confined space rescue, dangerous gas training, high altitude rescue, well blow out control. 1-3 day courses. No extra, no wasting time.

To start most of us have to pay for first aid and H2S out of our own pocket and afterwards the employer pays. But if I had to pay 10 times more for my course because something I’m not involved with at all at that location, I never would have been able to afford it. Same is true for many with university. How can we bring down costs to be affordable without ridiculous debt after school if we don’t simplify and minimize what’s being done? Multi million dollar coaches and stadiums may make students happy with comradery and togetherness but does long term harm in the way of debt.

A separate feeder league(which it is already anyways) paid for by the big leagues rather than university tuitions is a much better solution in my eyes. A scholarship should be for a scholar not for basketball. Someone who’s truely focused on sports shows it with what degree they end up with. And the bankruptcy rates of former NBA and NFL players speaks volumes of how effective their “education” was to begin with.

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streakybacon 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well the way I see it, the NFL is like Hollywood. Fake and cannibalistic. The only way to make their censorship irrelevant is to make it irrelevant.

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ColbyP 1 point ago +1 / -0

Should have refused and forced them to buy out his contract instead if they wanted to fire him.

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BumpForTrump 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sue the piss out of them!

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KrakenTheDeepState 1 point ago +1 / -0

Actually, I'm a little sick that a fucking college football coach makes enough money per year to have a million taken off and he can still survive. No wonder tuition is so damn high!

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nsulltan 1 point ago +1 / -0

He should wait until the beginning of the season, get heavy on student suspension, call shitty plays, get in petty fights with staff and fire them then quit 1/2 way into the season.

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NotMyGovernor 1 point ago +2 / -1

I’m sure he’ll do a stellar job for those 4 remaining years. Excellent business choice!

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strawberryismyjam 1 point ago +1 / -0

Imagine if he got the same treatment for wearing a gay pride shirt.

I hope he obtains a lawyer.

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Blackeye 1 point ago +1 / -0

Should have got them to fire him then sued the shit out of the school.

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onetruecliff 0 points ago +1 / -1

That's a lawsuit ready to happen! :)