RB Hubbard/Coach Gundy spat doused for now … Updating that story from Oklahoma State late yesterday in which star junior RB Chuba Hubbard, one of the top 2-3 prospects at the position for the 2021 draft, said via twitter that he will no longer participate in the team’s activities after a photograph surfaced showing Cowboys’ head coach Mike Gundy wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the logo of One America News Network T-shirt, a far-right cable news network known to push conspiracy theories which has been critical of the current Black Lives Matter protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd. The school released a video earlier this morning featuring Gundy and Hubbard in which the head coach stated that he had met with players today after Hubbard’s tweet and that things would change in the Oklahoma State football program, although what exactly those changes were wasn’t spelled out. Meanwhile, Hubbard admitted that he had gone about things the wrong way by tweeting first instead of taking his concerns to the head coach. And everybody got back to working out. Meanwhile, Indianapolis became one of the first teams to sign their full 2020 draft class by coming terms with WR Michael Pittman, the second player selected in this year’s second round, along with FS Julian Balckmon, a 3rd rounder.