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Oklahoma State hires Charlie Dickey as new offensive line coach

Just one day after losing Josh Henson to Texas A&M, Mike Gundy has his new offensive line coach.

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Oklahoma State wasted no time after losing offensive line coach Josh Henson to the Aggies yesterday. Mike Gundy announced this afternoon that they have hired former Kansas State offensive line coach Charlie Dickey.

Dickey coached at Kansas State for 10 season and was co-offensive coordinator to Bill Snyder last year. During his time in Manhattan, Dickey coached 22 K-State lineman to All-Big 12 teams and sent numerous linemen to the NFL.

As Gundy noted in his tweet, he had previously tried to hire Dickey away from K-State before. He finally succeeded this time after Dickey was not kept on staff by new head coach Chris Klieman after Bill Snyder retired.

During his 30-year professional career, Dickey also had stops coaching offensive lines at Washington, Utah, and Arizona.