Gundy lets Glenn Spencer go, looking for the next coach of Cowboys defense
Team Radio Marketing Group - January 11, 2018 2:29 pm
STILLWATER — Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy has let defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer go.Spencer just finished his 10th season as a member of the Oklahoma State staff. He coached the defensive line in 2008, the linebackers from 2009 up until the end of this season.The former Georgia Tech defensive lineman and later assistant coach at his alma mater became the co-defensive coordinator for the Cowboys in 2011 and then took over as the defensive coordinator in 2013 and held that position right up until the first week of 2018.There is no word at this time as to who Gundy is considering replacing Spencer with or how long the process will take.Spencer has been an important part of the Oklahoma State program under Gundy and has helped with the building and success the Cowboys have enjoyed in becoming a top 15 football program in Division I Power Conference football.Spencer has been a part of a Big 12 championship team in 2011, has coached the Cowboys in four New Year’s Day Six bowl games. He has coached standout players such as Josh Furman, Orie Lemon, and Emmanuel Ogbah.Prior to arriving at Oklahoma State, Spencer was the assistant head coach, recruiting coordinator, and defensive backs coach at Duke.