At last, the lawsuit involving Oklahoma State and former Texas football assistant Joe Wickline has reached its completion.
Oklahoma State attorney Sean Breen told the American-Statesman on Tuesday that the lawsuit has been settled, confirming an earlier report by the Associated Press.
The settlement was for $250,000.
Oklahoma State sued Wickline in 2014 for about $600,000, believing he had violated the terms of his contract with the school by leaving for a job without play-calling duties. At Texas, it was widely believed that Shawn Watson, not Wickline, called plays during the 2014 season.
Wickline was fired this month after two seasons at Texas.
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