Found February 13, 2013 on Blatant Homerism:
Bob Stoops, it's like we don't even know you anymore. According to reports, Oklahoma has given defensive line coach Jackie Shipp and tackles/tight ends coach Bruce Kittle their release. They joined former offensive line coach James Patton among those who have left Stoops' staff in the last two days. In the past, OU has rarely seen three assistants leave the program in two years, let alone two days. Stoops has eschewed college football's customary revolving door on the sidelines during his 15-year tenure. Whereas some programs cycle through assistants and coordinators as often as Nic Cage makes a movie that you'll never see, Oklahoma has relied on maintaining continuity in its staff and grooming coaches to work up the professional ladder. Typically, when coaches have left, they've moved on of their own volition to make a move up in the food chain. Yet, the events of the last two days point to some kind of realization on Stoops' part that OU&#...

Patton out as OL coach as Stoops shakes up staff

The oft-rumored departure of Oklahoma offensive line coach James Patton finally came to fruition on Monday, as Patton "left" Norman for some kind of utility man position on the Indiana coaching staff. While Patton's job change is being characterized as voluntary by the school, few people – if any – in the know are buying that. As Oklahoman columnist Berry Tramel...

Stoops working to get Sooners back on track

NORMAN, Okla. -- Two seasons ago, reserve quarterback Blake Bell replaced Landry Jones and the Sooners picked up a first down. And another. Then a bunch more. Then the Oklahoma football team went on beat Kansas State in a dominant second half of a 58-17 victory. With it, the Belldozer was born and a statement was made. Sometimes, when things aren't working, Bob Stoops does...
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