March 17 (UPI) -- He's no longer 40, but Mike Gundy still has a mullet and a mean rattlesnake hunting game.
The Oklahoma State football coach posted a photo on Twitter Friday while most sports fans were watching March Madness.
If your bracket is busted, there is no way you don't smile while checking out Gundy's luscious locks while he holds a snake just a few feet from his body.
"Rattlesnake hunt in Okeene, OK with Todd and Wild Bill," Gundy wrote in the Twitter caption.
Gundy, 49, owns a 154-104 record in 12 seasons coaching the Cowboys. Last season he led the squad to a 10-3 record and Alamo Bowl victory. He also sported a wrestling singlet last month in a promotional video for the school.
Rattlesnake hunt in Okeene, OK with Todd and Wild Bill. pic.twitter.com/0SqWb9LxFk— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) March 17, 2017
If you are interested, Okeene's 78th annual rattlesnake hunt is set for April 28 to April 30. Mike Meek won the 2016 The 'Okeene Rattlesnake Roundup' in the Professional Division with a 73 3/4-inch snake.