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Bob Stoops Biography
||Head Coach of the University of Oklahoma football team
||Con to the question "Should College Football Replace the Bowl Championship Series (BCS)
with a Playoff System?"
"Better Think Again, BCS," by Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times, Jan. 2, 2005
"In basketball there is far less interest in the regular season than there is in the tournament. Everyone gets March Madness for the tournament. You don't want everyone to get January madness for football and forget about everything else that's happening in the regular season.
I think basically we are in a playoff the last half of the year in the regular season... People from coast to coast are watching each other because if anyone slips, you're going to be out..."
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|Involvement and Affiliations:
||Head Coach, University of Oklahoma football team, 1999-present
Recipient, Big 12 Coach of the Year, 2000, 2003-2004, 2006, 2008
Recipient, Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year, 2003
Recipient, Walter Camp Coach of the Year, 2000 and 2003
Hula Bowl Head Coach, 2001
Coached the University of Oklahoma football team to win the National Championship, 2000
Recipient, Paul "Bear" Bryant Award, 2000
Recipient, Home Depot Coach of the Year, Associated Press Coach of the Year, Woody Hayes National Coach of the Year, Football News Coach of the Year, and Eddie Robinson/FQAA Coach of the Year, 2000
Recipient, George Munger Award, Maxwell Football Club, 2000
Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator, University of Florida football team, 1996-1998
Co-Defensive Coordinator, Kansas State University football team, 1991-1995
Defensive Backs Coach, Kansas State University football team, 1989-1990
Assistant Coach, Kent State football team, 1988-1989
Volunteer Coach and Graduate Assistant, University of Iowa, 1983-1987
||BA, Marketing, University of Iowa, 1983
||117-29 (.800) win-loss record as Head Coach at the University of Oklahoma