Feldman is not the kind to throw crap against the wall to see if it sticks. Looks like we're on Day 2 of the Gundy-to-the-SEC watch.
Gundy replaced Les Miles as head coach at Oklahoma State in 2005. He has a 66-35 record there with a conference title in 2011. OSU has only five 10+ win seasons in its history, and Gundy was involved in four of them either as a coach or a player.
It's not really a surprise to anyone that the Tennessee head coach is on his way out after nearly three disappointing seasons. But what does that mean for the Vols program and a certain Monday Night Football analyst?