Wednesday, June 7, 2017 was an historic day in Oklahoma football history, as Bob Stoops stepped down after an illustrious 18-year run as OU's head football coach, paving the way for Lincoln Riley to take over the reins of the Sooners.
Relive the day's events with Passing the Torch, a story told through Adobe Spark.
A testament to his impact not only on the field but also in shaping the lives of young men throughout his career at Oklahoma, players from throughout Stoops' tenure reached out via social media with their comments, reaction and appreciation for the man who changed their lives forever.
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Owner of the most wins in OU football history and engineer of the 2000 national championship and 10 Big 12 titles, Bob Stoops steps down after an illustrious 18 year-run with the Sooners. The Legacy of Bob Stoops
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