Chuba Hubbard will boycott the state of Oklahoma, after the coach was photographed wearing a shirt of a network of extreme right-wing

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The star of the university football, canadian Chuba Hubbard said that he “will do nothing” with the University of the State of Oklahoma after a picture has surfaced on social networks of head coach Mike Gundy wearing a t-shirt One America News during a fishing trip.Hubbard, Sherwood Park, Alberta, has been the leader in the NCAA last season with 2 094 yards. He has two years of eligibility remaining at Oklahoma State and has declared his intention to return to the Cowboys earlier this year, passing the last chance of the NFL 2020.

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His relationship with the school now seems to be tense, according to the Twitter post of Hubbard Monday.

“I never will bear’t,” wrote the young man of 21 years.

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“It is completely insensitive to everything that is going on in society, and that is unacceptable. I wouldn’t do anything with Oklahoma State until things CHANGE. “

The linebacker crew Amen Ogbongbemiga, another Albertan of Calgary, shared the same sentiment in a retweet it says: “I am with him! “

One America News (OAN) is a network of information of the extreme right, which is often praised on the social networks by the american president Donald Trump.

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Hubbard, who is black, has been an avid supporter of the protests against the racial inequalities and police brutality that have been constant in the United States and elsewhere since the death of George Floyd last month in Minneapolis.

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Hubbard has received the support of other football players after having tweeted his displeasure on Monday afternoon – including former Cowboys who reconduisaient Justice Hill, now with the Baltimore Ravens, who tweeted: “OSU Athletics and the University in need of major changes. 100% support brotha. ”

A spokesman for the department of sports of the State of Oklahoma, said: “We have no comment for the moment. “








The football player of the Alberta NCAA Chuba Hubbard on the impact of the COVID-19

The football player of the Alberta NCAA Chuba Hubbard on the impact of the COVID-19

In April, Gundy said during a conference call with reporters that the media were too negative in their coverage of what he called the “virus of chinese. He apologized a few days later.

“I have been informed that the comments of my press conference to have offended some,” said Gundy, in a news release. “I never had the intention to offend anyone and I apologize for that. My first priority is and always will be the student athletes and do what is best for the program and the university. “

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In this same interview of April, Gundy had been pushing for a reopening early facilities, but the State of Oklahoma did not agree with his schedule. The school has recently reopened its facilities, only for several players tested positive for the coronavirus. Ogbongbemiga said on Twitter that he had tested positive after attending an event in Tulsa.

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Gundy has mentioned the situation of Floyd in a statement on Twitter: “I am grateful to be in an environment with the football at Oklahoma State and our culture Cowboy-where we all respect each other. The 200 people in our family to understand and appreciate diversity and have compassion for one another. I hope that we replace the rage by the respect and that we meet all. “

The rusher Chuba Hubbard # 30 of the Cowboys of the State of Oklahoma looks for an opening against the Jaguars of South Alabama in the second quarter on September 8, 2018 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma.


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Hubbard was an All-American first-team and offensive player of the year, AP Big 12 last season and finished eighth in the voting for the Heisman trophy back. His total of 2, 094 yards rushing for the season was the second-best total for a season in the history of the school, not in excess of that season Heisman Barry Sanders in 1988.

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