On Monday night, Hubbard and Gundy appeared together in a video, Gundy saying that he would make changes.
But Hubbard said in spite of this video, ” This is not the end “, reports CBSSports.com. “… Do the twist not. The feet are always on the gas. The results are coming. “
Gundy went further in a video Tuesday.
“I had an excellent meeting with our team today,” he said in a video tweetée. “Our players have expressed their feelings as individuals and as members of the team. They have helped me to see, through their eyes, how the T-shirt has affected their heart.
“Once I learned what the network had for Black Lives Matter, I was disgusted and I knew that it was completely unacceptable to me. I would like to apologize to all the members of our team, former players and their families for the pain and discomfort that’s been caused. ” over the last two days. The lives of black matter to me. Our players count for me. ”
Hubbard has called the video of Tuesday “a step in the right direction,” said CBSSports.com.
Gundy was seen on a photo on Twitter wearing the shirt with the letters NAO. Hubbard responded and said: “I would argue, not this. 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 tweet of Hubbard attracted the support of past and present actors of the State of Oklahoma. The president and the sports director of the school have issued statements supporting black athletes, condemning the behaviour insensitive and expressing their concern about the responses to the tweet without to call directly Gundy.
Hubbard is more active on social networks since George Floyd, a black man unarmed, died after a white policeman of Minneapolis has pressed his knee against the neck of Floyd for several minutes.
Gundy has also apologized in April after a session in the media in which he called the coronavirus, ” virus chinese “.
Last season, Hubbard, who is from Canada, was a player of the team first american and the offensive player of the year, AP Big 12. He ran for 2, 094 yards, the second best total for a season in school history, and finished eighth in the voting for the Heisman trophy back. He was eligible for the draft for the NFL but chose to return to school.