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Topic - Bob Stoops
Bob Stoops has become so accustomed to questions about Oklahoma's starting quarterback this season that he headed off the first inquiry in mid-sentence on Monday.
Blake Bell threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Jalen Saunders with 19 seconds remaining to help No. 18 Oklahoma spoil rival Oklahoma State's Big 12 championship and BCS bowl game hopes with a 33-24 win.
Want to get an Oklahoma football player riled up? Suggest the Sooners are playing spoilers this Saturday against Oklahoma State.
The hours are brutal, and so are the expectations of millions who sit in judgment of what you do on Sunday afternoon.
Texas Tech is off to an unbeaten start under first-year coach Kliff Kingsbury and if anyone's surprised, well, the players say they shouldn't be.
It's been a good season for No. 12 Oklahoma running the football - a pair of 300-yard outings against Louisiana-Monroe and West Virginia and a 212-yard performance in a tough win at Notre Dame.
For a quarterback with exactly one collegiate start, Blake Bell is about as prepared as one can be to face a marquee opponent on the road.
Facing a ranked opponent on the road to open the season is no big deal for Louisiana-Monroe, which has Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops concerned.
Running the scout team during a redshirt season, Trevor Knight caught the eye of Bob Stoops and the rest of the Sooners' coaches, developing a reputation for consistency, flexibility and making the occasional eye-popping play.
There are positive signs that a widespread upgrade in nonconference scheduling is coming to college football.
Consistency hasn't been a problem for Oklahoma of late.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops was quick to point out there still is no final decision on who will be the starting quarterback for the Sooners this season.
Police said Thursday they have no suspects in a burglary at the home of Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops.
Police in Norman are investigating a burglary at the home of Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops.
Five-Time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson will visit tornado-ravaged Moore, Okla., on Thursday to help distribute supplies to victims of the May 19-20 tornados.
Stoops said Monday that Knight is full recovered from his shoulder injury, and that he's practiced each of the last two days.
The Sooners will begin their Alabama preparations in earnest on Tuesday, and Stoops said he expects the starter to be determined based both on the pre-bowl practices and which quarterback fits the game plan best against the third-ranked Crimson Tide.