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Snakes alive? Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy continues crazy offseason

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Mike Gundy has been known to take his sons hunting on an off weekend during the season.

Usually, that means animals that can either fly or have four hooves.

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Friday morning, the Oklahoma State coach took to the wilderness to “hunt” a newer, deadlier game: Rattlesnake.

Sometimes, America’s multi-millionaires need to literally let their hair down and take an action shot. But it’s hard to read Gundy’s tweet and not have a lot of questions.

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Who is Wild Bill? How did he get his name? How did he and Gundy strike up a relationship and, eventually, end up in the woods hunting for rattlesnakes?

Why doesn’t Todd have a nickname? It’s not this Todd is it?

Between the mullet, the mug, the singlet and now Gundy’s newest hobby, it has been quite the spring in Stillwater.

Watch your back, Jim Harbaugh. Mike Gundy is coming for your offseason headline crown.

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