That's a rumor I haven't heard and nobody contacted me about thatReport: Stoops not a candidate in Denver Jan 03, 2009
Our doctors and training staff have worked extensively with DeMarcus and it was finally determined that surgery was necessaryOklahoma loses defensive tackle Dec 17, 2008
With Chris Brown and Mossis Madu, we still have two very fine backsOklahoma's Murray to miss BCS title game Dec 16, 2008
There's something in the tendon and the bone and they (Oklahoma physicians) are experimenting on whether to let it heal or take four weeks and see if DeMarcus can come back, or the other thing is to possibly do surgery and pin itReport: Sooner tackle out with foot injury Sep 18, 2008
There was an incident where a couple of our athletes, overall, were assaultedOklahoma players involved in assault Sep 02, 2008
Robert Anthony Stoops (born September 9, 1960) is the head coach of the University of Oklahoma football team. During the 2000 season, Stoops led the Sooners to an Orange Bowl victory and a national championship.
Prior to coaching at Oklahoma, Stoops held various coordinator and position-coach positions at Iowa, Kansas State and Florida. In 2000, Stoops led his team to three consecutive wins over ranked teams including Texas, Kansas State and Nebraska. Stoops was awarded the 2000 Paul "Bear" Bryant Award and the 2000 and 2003 Walter Camp Coach of the Year for "Coach of the Year."
Stoops is one of 6 children born to Ron Sr. and Evelyn "Dee Dee" Stoops in Youngstown, Ohio. He is a 1978 graduate of Cardinal Mooney High School, where his father was the long-time defensive coordinator of the football team. Bob and his three brothers (Ron Jr., Mike, and Mark) were all coached by Ron Sr. at Mooney. During a game in 1988 against the team coached by Ron Jr., Ron Sr. began experiencing chest pains. He was placed in an ambulance following the game and died en route to the hospital.