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BOB STOOPS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Report: Mike Gundy, Bob Stoops, Brian Kelly Not Candidates For The Florida Job

You can cross three names off your coaching wish list, Florida fans.  According to a report by Pat Dooley of Gatorsports.com, Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy, Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops and Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly are not candidates to get the soon-to-be open Gators’ job.  Three more names to cross off Gator coaching search — Brian Kelly, Bobby Stoops, Mike Gundy. — Pat Dooley...
Via College Spun
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Source: Bob Stoops is the Favorite to be Will Muschamp’s Replacement

This article was originally published on InAllKindsOfWeather.com. Follow them for all types of Florida Gators news on Twitter: @InAllKindsOfWeather A source has told me that Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops is the “definite favorite right now” to succeed Will Muschamp at Florida. It makes sense on a lot of levels. After three great years as Florida’s defensive coordinator, including...
Via Standing O Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Source: Bob Stoops is the favorite to be the next Gator head coach

A source has told me that Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops is the “definite favorite right now” to succeed Will Muschamp at Florida. It makes sense on a lot of levels. After three great years as Florida’s defensive coordinator, including a national … Continue reading →
Via In All Kinds Of Weather
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Bob Stoops Annoyed With 11 AM Kickoff Times For Home Games

For three home games in a row – against Kansas State, Baylor and Kansas – the Oklahoma Sooners have been scheduled to kick off at 11:00 AM local time. With a fourth straight potentially looming against Oklahoma State on December 6, head coach Bob Stoops spoke out today during his press conference, sticking up for fans.  #Bedlam kickoff possibilities: ABC/ESPN, 11 am CT Fox...
Via College Spun
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Orlando Sentinel Columnist Says Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops ‘Would Be Crazy Not To’ Take The Florida Job

Bob Stoops has been the head coach of the Oklahoma football program since 1999. Prior to that, he spent three seasons as Florida’s defensive coordinator. It was Stoops’ great success leading the Gators’ defense that propelled him into a head coach candidate and got him hired in Norman, Okla.  One Orlando Sentinel columnist is calling for the 54-year-old coach to come back...
Via College Spun
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Bob Stoops to Florida? If You’re Lucky, Gators

Back in 2001, Bob Stoops was the hot name on football’s coaching carousel. Oklahoma’s head coach was a year removed from winning a national championship in just his second season in Norman and clearly had the Sooners on an upward trajectory after a decade-plus of wandering the desert. When the news broke that winter that Steve Spurrier was leaving Florida for an ill-fated stint...
Via The Student Section
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Oklahoma Coach Bob Stoops Says He Does Not Want To Be A Candidate For Florida’s Head Coaching Vacancy

Could Bob Stoops be Florida’s next football coach? According to the Oklahoma coach, he has no intention of leaving Norman for Gainesville. Stoops was asked about Florida’s coaching vacancy today, and said that he does not want to be considered a candidate for the job. Bob Stoops on Florida job: “All I want to be is a candidate at Oklahoma. I don’t want to be a candidate...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

What about Bob? What about Mike? Oklahoma And The Stoops Brothers Face A Difficult Situation

Should Mike Stoops be the defensive coordinator at the University of Oklahoma next season, or does that question place too little emphasis on Baylor’s quality? Bart Doan: On Twitter: @TheCoachBart I suppose the eventual answer to this is directly tied to whether or not Bob Stoops is the head coach, and I’m not going down that fox hole without Bob himself texting me and telling...
Via The Student Section
16 days ago  |  3 Comments

Report: Expect Florida to make a run at Bob Stoops

Florida’s football program is an absolute mess right now. The Gators are 3-3 with a 2-3 record in the SEC and no hope of recovering under current head coach Will Muschamp. Fans are ready for a new regime after three-plus years and a 25-19 record under Muschamp, and a familiar name has popped up as a possible replacement. Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley has probably already started...
Via Rumors and Rants
October 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Bob Stoops open to making leap to the NFL

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...
Via Gridiron Grit
December 30, 2013  |  Discuss
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