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Latest Bob Stoops Items
It's time for Nebraska to take its final bow in the Big 12.
Something will be lost after Nebraska and Oklahoma square off on the football field Saturday night _ something intangible yet dear to the traditionalists who get sentimental about a bygone era when the two teams were titans of the old Big Eight Conference.
Bob Stoops has never had any interest in leading Oklahoma against any of his brothers who are also in the coaching profession.
No. 9 Oklahoma is headed back to the Big 12 championship game to face No. 13 Nebraska after winning a tiebreaker based on the Bowl Championship Series standings.
In the 15 seasons of the Big 12, the talent pool has been deep enough to produce perennial contenders for the national championship, the Heisman Trophy and all other measures of success.
Bob Stoops has a simple explanation for why he decided to silence some of his players as No. 16 Oklahoma tries to tackle a growing problem in Big 12 road games.
Oklahoma's Ryan Broyles and Texas A&M's Jeff Fuller will be on the same field Saturday when the Sooners visit the Aggies.
Welcome to the Shooper Bowl.
With the BCS standings in the back of his mind, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said Tuesday he decided an against-the-odds comeback at Missouri over the weekend wasn't worth risking a more lopsided loss.