Clay Travis is fired up. Yesterday, a controversy arose after a picture of Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy wearing an "OAN" shirt while fishing with his son made the rounds on Twitter. OAN stands for One America News Network, and it is a conservative news outlet that supports President Donald Trump.
This controversy became a big story because Oklahoma State star running back Chuba Hubbard went to Twitter and voiced his displeasure with his head coach wearing that particular t-shirt. Hubbard stated in his tweet, "I will not be doing anything with Oklahoma State until things CHANGE."
Clay cannot even believe that this is a real life story. Mike Gundy was fishing with his son, and he wore a shirt with a news network's logo on the front, and now people want him to get fired from his job at Oklahoma State.
What would have happened if Mike Gundy would have worn an MSNBC t-shirt? Would people on social media have called for his job then? The reality is, as Clay points out, only 2% of Americans are active on Twitter. Nobody actually cares what kind of t-shirt Mike Gundy wears. Can Mike Gundy win football games? That is what a vast majority truly care about.
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