Texas will allegedly employ previous Oklahoma protective facilitator Mike Stoops to instructing staff

Texas will allegedly employ previous Oklahoma protective facilitator Mike Stoops to instructing staff. The Oklahoma Sooners greatest opponents, the Texas Longhorns have made another recruit to their new training staff. As indicated by a report from Matt Zenitz, they have employed previous partner lead trainer and cautious organizer Mike Stoops.

Stoops had two distinct stretches on the Sooners staff with his sibling and Hall of Fame mentor Bob Stoops. Mike Stoops joined Oklahoma from 1999-2003 preceding leaving to take the head instructing position with the Arizona Wildcats until 2011. Stoops would rejoin the staff in 2012, where he would stay until 2018. For the last two seasons, Mike was an expert with the Alabama Crimson Tide. He worked with Nick Saban’s staff and now will re-visitation of a training part in Austin.

The Longhorns last spot was the linebackers mentor, which will currently be filled by the previous Sooners partner. At the point when these two groups meet in Dallas for the Red River Shootout, Oklahoma fans will see a recognizable face on the contrary sideline.

Generally speaking, Stoops has gone through consistently from 1991 to 2018 as a full-time collaborator and lead trainer. He instructed with his sibling at Kansas State prior to showing up in Norman to help the Sooners win the National Championship in 2000.

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