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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops is open to making the leap to the NFL.
He’s open to it RT @SkinFaninOKC: @RapSheet You guys are a riot. Stoops is not leaving Oklahoma. You've seen the castle he had built right?
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 30, 2013
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Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops has been one of the most successful coaches in college football since the turn of the century. In 15 seasons (1999-2013) with the Sooners, Stoops has complied a record of 159-39 and made a name for himself as “Mr. BCS” with more appearances in BCS bowl games (nine) and more conference titles than any other coach. Stoops has resisted countless...
Oklahoma Sooners head coach Bob Stoops could be ready to make the jump to the NFL.
Stoops has spent the last 15 seasons at Oklahoma compiling a 159-39 record but has been unable to get his Sooners back to a National Championship game in recent years.
NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reports Stoops is “open” to making the leap to the NFL.
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