Gary Andersen out as football coach at Oregon State


Gary Andersen is out as the football coach at Oregon State, effective immediately.

The university announced Monday that the parties have mutually parted ways and agreed to release each other from the remaining contractual obligations. Andersen was under contract through the 2021 season.

“I felt like I had heatstroke just from being inside the race car for 200 laps with the crush panels knocked out of it,” said Busch. “Overall, it was just the hottest I’ve been in the car. … I didn’t feel sick from the CO or anything like that. I just felt heatstroke.”

The Joe Gibbs Racing driver finished 29th, but he still has a 12-point cushion from the current cutoff with two races remaining in the quarterfinal round of 12 as he vies to be among the eight drivers in the semifinal round. “Obviously, it was my bad, trying to get too much, too early in the race,” Busch said about his accident. “I got out too high out of the groove and got myself in the fence. … I threw it away.”

The crash Sunday was a little different than Busch’s crash Friday because he wasn’t running as close to the wall when he got sucked around. On Sunday, he was trying to NBA Jerseys Cheap go a little bit closer to the wall on each lap to gain more speed. He wrecked again later Cheap Jerseys Online in the race in the same fashion.

“I was just kind of inching it up and inching it up — apparently an inch a lap is too much,” Busch said. “I ended up getting too high and just got crossed up instantly. As soon as I turned up into the corner, it was sideways.”

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