Current, former Oklahoma State players support Chuba Hubbard after he threatens boycott
On Monday, talented Oklahoma State RB Chuba Hubbard sent a shockwave through the college football world, threatening to boycott the football team over a shirt worn by coach Mike Gundy.
The shirt featured a logo of the One America News Network, which is a conservative news site. Hubbard tweeted that it was “completely insensitive to everything going on in society” and said he won’t be doing anything with Oklahoma State until change happens.
Based on the reaction of current and former Cowboys, Hubbard has plenty of support:
As an O-line we stand and support Chuba https://t.co/5zau9yTpCF
— maybe: tev (@TevenJenkins) June 15, 2020
I stand with him! https://t.co/WWOs2ALxml
— Amen Ogbongbemiga (@closedprayer) June 15, 2020
OSU Athletics and University need major change. 100% support brotha https://t.co/2JquXm3aPe
— Justice Hill (@jhill21_) June 15, 2020
Can’t stay Silent Anymore! Call a Spade a Spade!! https://t.co/Ya8xTYIwEr
— AJ Green III (@AjGofor6) June 15, 2020
I was called a hood rat and thug on multiple occasions being threatened to be sent back home all because of wearing a Durag and sleeveless shirts https://t.co/9nCu1FKUX5
— LC (@Lc_Greenwood) June 15, 2020
This is a developing situation at Oklahoma State. We’ll see what university leadership wants to do about Hubbard and his teammates demanding change.
Gundy has yet to speak about the shirt or the tweet from Hubbard.