07:17 AM ET 07.23 | Mike Gundy believes Wes Lunt found the football home he'd ultimately preferred, even through the head coach's limiting transfer restrictions. "He had everything he needed to move in the direction he wanted to move (to Illinois)," Gundy said Monday. ... "I think, in the end, the players on our team and Wes and myself were all on the same page, and I think he ended up exactly where he wanted to go." Gundy noted that he tried to convince Lunt to return to OSU for three days after the quarterback told him he intended to transfer. And that end result, Gundy said, is the only part of the situation he wishes would have played out differently. "What I wish would have changed is that we could have kept him," Gundy said. "I tried. Nothing against (Clint) Chelf or J.W. (Walsh), but I think he's a good young prospect. I was unsuccessful recruiting him for the second time."