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Oklahoma State football: Cowboys promote Kasey Dunn to offensive coordinator

The Cowboys hire from within to replace Sean Gleeson.

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Oklahoma State promoted wide receivers coach Kasey Dunn to offensive coordinator Monday afternoon.

Dunn, who is OSU’s longest-tenured assistant since 2011, has developed two Biletnikoff Award winners in Justin Blackmon (2011) and James Washington (2017). Tylan Wallace came close to being the third in 2018 when he was a finalist and was on track to challenge for the award again before he tore his ACL early this season.

“We have been in Stillwater going on 10 years and have loved raising our family here and being part of the OSU community,” Dunn said in a release. “We have an excellent returning cast of players and coaches and a supportive fan base, which makes this an exciting time for Cowboy football. I’m honored to get this opportunity and thankful to Coach [Mike] Holder and Coach [Mike] Gundy.”

After passing on elevating Dunn to offensive coordinator and hiring Sean Gleeson of Princeton, OSU gave Dunn the title of associate head coach and a $140,000 pay raise to make his annual salary $550,000 in March. Dunn will now replace Gleeson, who left earlier this month for the same role at Rutgers.

OSU football coaching staff

Head coach: Mike Gundy

Offensive coordinator/wide receivers: Kasey Dunn

Quarterbacks: Tim Rattay

Running backs: John Wozniak

Tight ends/cowboy backs: Jason McEndoo

Offensive line: Charlie Dickey

Defensive coordinator/linebackers: Jim Knowles

Defensive line: Joe Bob Clements, Greg Richmond

Cornerbacks: Tim Duffie

Safeties: Dan Hammerschmidt

Defense analyst: Bill Clay, Gary Gibbs, Bradley Thomas, Chris Thurmond

Special teams analyst: M.K. Taylor