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Charlie's Inside Corner: June 16

Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops resigned from his “Top of the Mountain” college coaching job last week, leavin

Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops resigned from his “Top of the Mountain” college coaching job last week, leaving more tongues wagging than when Clementine ran away with the local bartender!
Stoops, who is only 56, leaves the Sooners, a national championship contender, at a strange time, leaving pundits across the country to wonder. Health? Burnout? Another job? Professional football? An announcing gig? Some even suggest that he will replace Kansas State’s Bill Snyder after this season. Who the heck would want to do that?
Stoops does have quite a Kansas State history. In 1989, he joined Bill Snyder in Manhattan ...

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