Player Accuses Gary Patterson of Using a Racial Slur

Schuyler Callihan

The Big 12 may be dealing with scheduling possibilities at the moment, but for the third time this offseason, a player or former player of a Big 12 program has spoken out about a coach's actions.

Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard voiced his thoughts on head coach Mike Gundy wearing an "OAN" tee shirt, which predominantly favors the far right. Some of the views that have been expressed did not sit well with Hubbard and several of OSU's players and they threatened to holdout of workout until there was change.

Here in West Virginia, the Mountaineers find themselves with a new defensive coordinator as safety Kerry Martin made allegations of now former DC Vic Koenning mistreating players, pressuring players to convert their religion, and bringing up political conversations in a football practice and/or meeting.

Now, TCU head coach Gary Patterson could be in some trouble himself as TCU linebacker Dylan Jordan took to Twitter alleging Patterson of using a racial slur.

Do you think Gary Patterson will remain the TCU head coach? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below and discuss!

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PrincessP
PrincessP

The tcu good ol' boys will protect their coach at all costs. Bet on it.

Mahalo
Mahalo

who cares


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