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With Saturday’s win against number eight Oklahoma the Notre Dame Fighting Irish have left any questions to whether they are “back” or not. The Irish entered the game as double digit underdogs and left with a thrilling victory. Under Bob Stoops the Sooners have never been a pushover. Earlier this year Oklahoma dropped a game against Kansas State but knew that they still had an outside chance at a National Championship if they won out the remaining games on their schedule. Oklahoma had never loss two home games in a season under Stoops and prior to Saturday night had only lost four games at home in fourteen years. While Notre Dame still has games remaining on their schedule the only true test should be a season-finale against USC. That game will be played at the Coliseum and may have major impacts on the National Championship. The backbone of Notre Dame this year has been the defense. The Irish have allowed just 9.9 points per game and held an Oklaho
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NORMAN, Okla. — Head coach Bob Stoops' Sooners suffered a gut-wrenching 30-13 defeat to the Irish Saturday, and he gives his thoughts on it.
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NORMAN, Okla. — Head coach Bob Stoops got on the conference call again this morning to review the loss to Notre Dame, and Sooners Illustrated has all the discussion.
Oklahoma head football coach Bob Stoops had a few words to say about the critics of Sooner starting quarterback Landry Jones following the team's 30-13 loss to Notre Dame. None of which, needless to say, were very complementary.
“People aren't very intelligent about
football,” Stoops said. “I'm not criticizing them; it's not what they
do. ... People...
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will visit Norman, OK this weekend. Awaiting the Irish will be the Oklahoma Sooners. The Sooners are a double digit favorite and for good reason, Oklahoma has lost four games in fourteen years at home since Bob Stoops took over the coach reigns.
Few think Notre Dame have a chance against the Sooners. The better question may be how much better is Oklahoma...
Doing a front flip is hard enough. Doing it in football pads over a defender adds to the degree of difficulty. Although it's only a scrimmage, one youngster took his gymnastic talents to the gridiron, and flipped over his teammate/defender during practice. The young man then continues past the rest of the defense, before stopping his run prior to reaching the endzone...
Welcome back to another edition of the college football awards, which are a little late this week thanks to us being caught in the rubble of the BCS shake-up this weke, much like every one else.Let's get started...The "Big Game Bob comes up small" award goes to Bob StoopsThis one is really your fault, ESPN. Because you, more than anyone involved in the college football...
Leading rusher Damien Williams and starting left tackle Lane Johnson missed practice Monday No. 14 Oklahoma with ankle injuries, but coach Bob Stoops is holding out hope they'll be able to play Saturday at Iowa State.
Williams and Johnson were both injured in the Sooners' 30-13 loss to Notre Dame on Saturday. Stoops said Monday at his weekly news conference that he hopes...