Here's How Much Bob Stoops Will Reportedly Make For Coaching Oklahoma’s Bowl Game
Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports
Former Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops will be stepping in as interim coach for the Sooners after Lincoln Riley left for USC. On Wednesday, it was announced that Stoops will receive a one-time payment of $325,000 to coach their bowl game... (The Spun)
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He turned it down twice was going to do it for Free but they made him take it. That’s the kind of man Bob Stoops is.
Reply2 months
That's like 81 k per hour
Reply2 months
He’s recruiting and going through 20 two hour practices and the game. It’s good work, but it’s a whole lot less than $81k per hour.
2 months
I should have been a football coach
Reply2 months
Yep, it's all monopoly money for college coaches.
2 months
Perhaps, if you’re prepared to spend 10-20 years grinding, changing jobs, moving your family, and sleeping in the office even before you get a HC gig, which comes with unrelenting pressure and criticism from every mouthbreathing yokel.
2 months
Perhaps, if you’re prepared to spend 10-20 years grinding, changing jobs, moving your family, and sleeping in the office even before you get a HC gig, which comes with unrelenting pressure and criticism from every mouthbreathing yokel.
2 months
Minimum Wage for College Coaching, LOL!
Reply2 months
But it’s only one game. Not a 24/7 job year round
2 months
Can we match them up with USC?
Reply2 months
Won't lie it'll be great seeing him on the sidelines again
Reply2 months
If it's a big game we already know what's going to happen.
2 months
holy shit
Reply2 months
I thought it would be more, too. A$M pays Fisher over a million dollars per win. Oklahoma is only putting up $325k?
2 months
I am pretty sure you understand the difference between an interim coach and a head coach. Most interim coaches are working for less than this,
2 months
Big Game Boob
Reply2 months
Righteous Bucks!!!
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