Bob Stoops Doesn’t Have ‘Intention To Coach Again’

Bob Stoops retired as Oklahoma football coach after 19 seasons earlier this week.

Because of the abrupt end to the legendary coaching career, there were those who were left wondering whether Stoops would leave the door open to a potential return to the sidelines.

Stoops addressed that possibility during an appearance on “The Dan Patrick Show” and stated he is committed to his retirement with no plans of coaching again.

“It isn’t my intention to coach again,” Stoops said.

During his lengthy career leading the Sooners, Stoops posted an impressive 190-48 overall record.

Along with leading the team to a national championship under his direction, Stoops consistently produced a quality product on the field as his Oklahoma football program never posted a losing record when he was at the helm.

Lincoln Riley has been tabbed as the new Sooners coach.

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