Bob Anthony Stoops is an American football coach. He is the interim head football coach at the University of Oklahoma. Bob previously was their head coach from 1999 through the 2016 season. He led the Oklahoma Sooners to a record of 190–48 over 18 seasons.
Bob Stoops: Interim Head Coach, Coming Back, House, Net Worth
Interim Head Coach:
Former University of Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops will serve as interim coach in the wake of Lincoln Riley’s departure Sunday. The announcement was made Monday during a press conference held at the Barry Switzer Center in Norman.
Stoops stepped away from the Sooners head coaching job back in June of 2017, leading to a smooth hand-off to then offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley to take them into the fall season.
Now the question becomes whether Bob Stoops, who had a brief return to coaching in the XFL with the Dallas Renegades where he went 2-3, will have a one-game tenure like Wisconsin’s Barry Alvarez has done, coming back to lead the Badgers in their bowl games on two separate occasions, or if this becomes more than that.
Former college football and pro football coach Stoops and his wife, Carol, on Tuesday sold their longtime five-bedroom vintage greystone mansion on the Gold Coast for $1.68 million — more than $1 million less than they originally had sought for it in 2017.
Stoops, 60, retired in 2016 after a long and successful career as the head coach of the University of Oklahoma’s football team.
|$5 Million Per Year
|Date of Birth:
|Sep 9, 1960 (61 years old)
|American football player, Coach, American Football coach
|United States of America
Bob Stoops Net Worth: Bob Stoops is an American college football head coach who has a net worth of $18 million. Bob Stoops was born September 9, 1960 in Youngstown, Ohio. He is best known as the head coach of the Oklahoma Sooners football team of the University of Oklahoma.