The 'Cale Mary' and the start of the Cale Gundy era at Oklahoma 32 years ago.

32 years, 27 college football seasons, 353 games, and a tonne of top-tier prospects later, Oklahoma is still benefiting from the Cale Gundy era.

Coach Gundy of the Oklahoma receivers abruptly left his position

late on Sunday night after what appeared to be a racially offensive incident at a team meeting the previous week.

When he committed to the Sooners in 1990 after graduating from Midwest City High School,

he was the most highly sought-after high school talent in the state of Oklahoma and a top-five quarterback prospect nationwide.

Gundy was a two-sport star for the Sooners who also played baseball.

His coming-out celebration in Norman took place in a dramatic way in the middle of his real freshman year.

Gundy could have gone to Oklahoma State like his older brother Mike had the programme not been on NCAA probation

as a result of Barry Switzer's dismissal after the 1988 season.

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