Mike Gundy Bio, Affair, Married, Wife, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Salary, Age, Nationality, Height

(Football coach, Player)

Relationship Facts of Mike Gundy

  • Mike Gundy is married to Kristen Gundy.
  • He is father of Three (Gunnar Gundy, Gavin Gundy, Gage Gundy).
  • Mike Gundy is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • His sexual orientation is straight.

More about the relationship

Mike Gundy is married to Kristen Gundy. She is an OSU graduate. However, their wedding details are not disclosed.

They have known one another since the sixth grade while growing up in a small Midwest town.

The couple also has three children. They have three children Gavin Gundy, Gunnar Gundy, and Gage Gundy.

Who is Mike Gundy?

Mike Gundy is a formal football player and now a coach. He first played football at Oklahoma State and now is the head football coach at Oklahoma State University.

Moreover, in 2011, Gundy was the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year and also earn the Paul Bear Bryant Award.

Mike Gundy: Age, Parent, Ethnicity, Education

He was born on August 12, 1967, in Midwest City, Oklahoma, US. His father’s name is Ray Gundy. Likely, his mother’s name is Judy Gundy.

He has three siblings: brother: Cale Gundy who is an OU’s Assistant Head Coach and Director of Recruiting and Inside Receivers Coach.

Mike beholds American nationality and is of English and German.

Gundy completed his schooling from the Midwest City High School. He has a degree in secondary education in social studies and graduated in 1990.

Mike Gundy: Career, Professional Life

Mike Gundy played college football close to home for the Oklahoma State University Cowboys as the team’s quarterback. His college coaching career began at his alma mater as a wide receivers coach in 1990.

In the year of 1991, Gundy was promoted to quarterbacks coach, and, in 1994, he was promoted a second time to offensive coordinator. Five years later, he left to coach quarterbacks at Baylor and later wide receivers at Maryland.

In 2001, the formal coach, Bob Simmons resigned. That time, Miles and Mike Gundy were the finalists. And so, they got the position as head coach and coordinator respectively.

Miles left in 2004 to take the LSU job. Gundy then was the 22nd head coach at Oklahoma State. Furthermore, Gundy is among the three head football coaches at Oklahoma State.

Being a coach, he struggled to a 4–7 record winning only one Big 12 conference game. Likely, in the second season also the Cowboy finishes 7–6 victory over the Alabama Crimson Tide in the Independence Bowl.

In 2007, again they achieve 6–6 regular-season record and a bowl win over the Indiana Hoosiers in the Insight Bowl. So in the 2013 season, Mike was rewarded with a contract extension after their second straight bowl appearance.

Up to 2008, he had 59 wins to Cowboys. He then won from 2011 to 2017 playing in Oklahoma State. Gundy has had a hand in eight of Oklahoma State’s nine 10-win seasons–two as a player, six as head coach.

Gundy has been with the team ever since, and, partway through the 2014 season, has amassed a career record of 82-44. He is 5-3 all-time in bowl games.

Gundy has won one Big 12 championship (2011) and earned Big 12 Coach of the Year honors in 2010. Moreover, in 2011, he becomes the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year and also earn the Paul Bear Bryant Award.

Up to now, Gundy has been associated with the series 30 times as a player or a coach.

Mike Gundy: Salary, Net Worth

Mike’s net worth is around $10 million. Being a coach, his salary is around $5 million.

Mike Gundy: Rumor and Controversy

Gundy was named in a 2013 “Sports Illustrated” series detailing allegations of misconduct at Oklahoma State over the decade between 2001 and 2011.

Body Measurement: Height, Weight

Mike Gundy stands with a height of 5 feet 9 in weighing 83 kg. Likely, he has brown colored hair and blue colored eyes.

Social Media

He is active on Twitter with over 125K followers on her Twitter account. He doesn’t seem to be active on other social media sites like Instagram and Facebook.


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