Don’t bogart that joint, my friend.

I guess we’ll find out what kind of man Coach Gundy is when it comes to discipline.

Two Oklahoma State football players were charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, according to police.

Freshman running back Dexter Pratt and sophomore tight end Jamal Mosley both were charged with one count of possession on June 17, after they were arrested by the Oklahoma State University Police Department, Lt. Mark W. Shearer of the department said.

Mosley was expected to be the starter at tight end, so this is kind of a big deal.

Anyway, here are OSU’s first four games:  Georgia, Houston, Rice and Grambling State.  If there are suspensions, what games will Gundy pick?


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6 responses to “Don’t bogart that joint, my friend.

  1. Does Gundy use the TE much outside of very short yardage?


  2. Prov

    Pass it over to meeee.


  3. Mike, Pettigrew was a big part of their offense over the past few years. Even without playing in 4 games, he recorded 42 catches (easily #2 on the team) and had games with 7 or 8 receptions. Credit Gundy for making the most of a talented TE. Of course the use of the TE will probably dip this year with a guy who only had 5 receptions last year, but when presented with a first round draft pick at TE the OSU offense featured him quite a bit. When we played them in 2007, the TE was their leading receiver: 7 catches for 85 yards.


  4. Dog in Fla

    Odds are that Gundy, a man, who used to be 40, may pick Grambling State for 1st game suspension and Rice for 2nd game suspension, if any, if the alleged possessors of weed are starters or otherwise useful to him. If not, who cares, they can roll another one just like the other one.

    We may also learn who the Stillwater version of Huntley H. Johnson, Esq., happens to be.


  5. NCT

    I’m going to have that song in my head all day. I just hope I don’t absently start singing out loud.