Now let's take a look at what got him so hot and bothered. Read Carlson's column here. Her summation: "Reid is the most talented quarterback in Payne County, but he hasn't proven that he's the toughest."
Sorry to disappoint football fans who think Gundy is a noble coach standing up for his boys, but his little tantrum validated everything Carlson said. Gundy essentially compared Bobby Reid to a little kid who came running home, crying to Mommy, because he had his feelings hurt. And then, to add insult to injury, he says, "Come after me! I'm a man! ... I'm not a kid. Write something about me." That was an insult to every player on the team.
Come on, Coach. I thought football was supposed to build character. It's one thing to defend your players; it's another thing to mother them like they're fragile 9-year-old girls. If they can take a pummeling on the field, I think they can handle a little criticism.
By the way, did anyone notice that Gundy was upset over the fact that 3/4 of the article was inaccurate? Which parts were those? Does that mean 25% of what Carlson said was accurate? Something tells me this coach has his work cut out for him.