DALLAS (AP) - Mike Gundy says he intends remain at Oklahoma State amid a report that he was offered the Tennessee job.
Gundy said Thursday there was ``no question'' he planned to stay at his alma mater. The former Cowboys quarterback is the school's winningest coach with an eight-year record of 66-35.
Speaking at a media event promoting the Heart of Dallas Bowl, Gundy also downplayed reports of a strained relationship with Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder. He said it was ``a lot better than what people say.''
The Cowboys finished 7-5 a year after qualifying for the BCS and beating Stanford 41-38 in overtime in the Fiesta Bowl.
CBS Sports reported that Tennessee had offered Gundy the job. Gundy wouldn't address the Tennessee situation specifically.

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