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Latest Bob Stoops Items
The whistle blows and the play is over, yet there's no time to relax with the way No. 6 Oklahoma attacks on offense.
No. 6 Oklahoma has a perfect record after clearing what's usually the toughest hurdle on its way to the Big 12 championship game and beyond.
Usually, Sam Bradford is quick with a response. This time, the St. Louis Rams' fast-rising rookie quarterback was stumped.
The way Bob Stoops sees it, there is no Sooners slump in the Red River Rivalry.
Oklahoma has suspended receiver Jaz Reynolds indefinitely after he posted what coach Bob Stoops called "insensitive remarks" on his Twitter page about a gunman who committed suicide on the University of Texas campus.
Since Mack Brown has been coaching Texas against Oklahoma's Bob Stoops, success in the Red River Rivalry has boiled down to one telltale statistic.
The Sooners are squeaking a bit these days and that's just fine with linebacker Travis Lewis.
The chances that Texas will return to the BCS championship game for a second straight year are greatly diminished, if not gone, after a humiliating rout at home.
Here's how concerned Oklahoma is about giving up 351 yards rushing in a win against Air Force: The Sooners are going to pretend it didn't happen.