Conversations with Coach

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Drake Stoops’ NFL future, 2010 draft memories and when Belichick calls | Conversations with Coach
Apr 30 2024
Drake Stoops’ NFL future, 2010 draft memories and when Belichick calls | Conversations with Coach
In all his years as the OU football coach, Bob Stoops never experienced an NFL Draft. He reserved that experience for the players’ family. But last weekend gave him a taste of the family draft experience. On this episode of Conversations with Coach, Stoops and Sellout Crowd’s Jenni Carlson talk about that change of perspective, from the head coach of a draft prospect to the father of one.Episode highlights:1:24: What the NFL Draft was like for Bob as the father of former OU receiver Drake Stoops.3:18: How Drake could fit as an undrafted free agent with the Los Angeles Rams.4:14: How he approached draft day as the Sooners coach.5:05: His memories of the 2010 NFL Draft, when Sooners Sam Bradford, Gerald McCoy and Trent Williams were drafted first, third and fourth.6:51: Why he never made it to the NFL Draft green room.7:22: His response any time an NFL coach or scout called about one of his players.9:30 What happened when he saw a cellphone call from Foxboro.10:22 The story of his draft advice to Jammal Brown and Mark Clayton.Please check out Bob’s sponsorsRose Hill Builders | https://www.rosehill.builders/First Fidelity Bank | https://www.ffb.com/Louie’s Grill and Bar | https://louiesgrillandbar.com/For more Conversations with Coach, go to www.selloutcrowd.comSubscribeYouTube | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb6Iv9kJD5KJ71P0ljroEMQSpotify | https://open.spotify.com/show/7uAmIj21rhvzPDZavm14Li?si=ac3f84a13fa54190Apple Podcasts | https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conversations-with-coach/id1706379766Amazon Music | https://a.co/d/gBfP6otX.com (Twitter) | www.twitter.com/CoachBobStoopsSellout Crowd TeamProducer: Jacquelyn MusgroveCreative Director: Michael LaneSocial media: Bobby HowardDirector of Content: Mike ShermanDirector of Audience/Sponsor Fulfillment: Jay Spear
Bob Stoops and Jennie Baranczyk on OU's path to a Big 12 championship | Conversations with Coach
Mar 7 2024
Bob Stoops and Jennie Baranczyk on OU's path to a Big 12 championship | Conversations with Coach
Jennie Baranczyk’s OU women’s basketball team was picked to finish fifth in the Big 12 Conference — before losing starter Liz Scott to a season-ending injury.On this episode of “Conversations with Coach,” Bob Stoops talks to Baranczyk’s path to Norman, her team’s conference championship that earned her Big 12 Coach of the Year and their common Iowa roots.Episode highlights:1:50: The growth of Big 12 Co-Player of the Year Skylar Vann. 2:52: What makes Big 12 Newcomer of the Year Payton Verhulst special4:13 How OU rallied after being picked fifth in the Big 12 preseason even before losing starter Liz Scott to injury7:02 Why coaches “give themselves a talking to” before they attempt to inspire their players.11:51: Stoops and Baranczyk’s Iowa and Kansas State roots.Check out Bob's sponsorsPlease check out Bob’s sponsorsRose Hill Builders | https://www.rosehill.builders/First Fidelity Bank | https://www.ffb.com/Louie’s Grill and Bar | https://louiesgrillandbar.com/For more Conversations with Coach, go to www.selloutcrowd.comSubscribeYouTube | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb6Iv9kJD5KJ71P0ljroEMQSpotify | https://open.spotify.com/show/7uAmIj21rhvzPDZavm14Li?si=ac3f84a13fa54190Apple Podcasts | https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conversations-with-coach/id1706379766Amazon Music | https://a.co/d/gBfP6otX.com (Twitter) | www.twitter.com/CoachBobStoops
George Kittle’s path from Norman High to Sunday’s NFC title game | Conversations with Coach
Jan 25 2024
George Kittle’s path from Norman High to Sunday’s NFC title game | Conversations with Coach
The Stoops and Kittle families’ lifelong friendship brought George Kittle to Norman, where his father served on Bob Stoops’ staff and George played at Norman High. With Kittle and his San Francisco 49ers a win away from the Super Bowl, the star tight end joined Bob Stoops on this episode of Conversations with Coach to talk about family, football and Kittle’s rise to the top of his profession.Episode highlights:1:30 How the Stoops-Kittle friendship dates to when Bob Stoops and Bruce Kittle were teammates and roommates at Iowa.4:20 Kittle on his large family and their longevity 6:30 Stoops plans to attend the NFC Championship game in San Francisco6:48 What Kittle and his wife like to do in the offseason7:45 Kittle’s offseason regime9:05 Kittle’s Tight End U and the involvement of former Sooners11:12 Kittle’s path to Norman High School and his relationship with Stoops’ sons Drake and Isaac13:40 Iowa’s tradition of producing great tight ends15:00 What George Kittle taught his son about run blocking15:55 Kittle’s love for WWE 18:21 Kittle’s keys to a 49ers victory Sunday over Detroit21:15 What it's like playing next to former OU tackle Trent WilliamsThanks to these sponsors:Rose Hill Builders | https://www.rosehill.builders/First Fidelity Bank | https://www.ffb.com/Louie’s Grill and Bar | https://louiesgrillandbar.com/Follow Bob:On X.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoachBobStoopsRelated content:Bob Stoops on his connections to Nick Saban, Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll | https://selloutcrowd.com/oklahoma/2024/01/13/bob-stoops-salutes-and-reminisces-about-nick-saban-bill-belichick-and-pete-carroll/Bob Stoops and Jim Ross on why recruiting rules college football and pro wrestling | https://selloutcrowd.com/conversations-with-coach/2024/01/03/bob-stoops-and-jim-ross-on-why-recruiting-rules-college-football-and-pro-wrestling/Find Conversations with Coach on:Sellout Crowd https://selloutcrowd.com/bobstoops/Youtube https://www.youtube.com/@Sellout-CrowdSpotify https://open.spotify.com/show/7uAmIj21rhvzPDZavm14Li?si=4fd2998bd0ee4bb0Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conversations-with-coach/id1706379766Amazon Music https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/20074681-5d73-4c4d-8cd2-167a8a29746b/conversations-with-coachCredits:Producer: Jacquelyn MusgroveCreative Director: Michael LaneSocial media team: Michael Martin, Bobby HowardDirector of Content: Mike Sherman
Bob Stoops & Mark Mangino discuss the perfect recipe that led to the Sooners’ 2000 Championship
Dec 7 2023
Bob Stoops & Mark Mangino discuss the perfect recipe that led to the Sooners’ 2000 Championship
- Mark Mangino AKA “Bear” a name that Stoops has been calling him since their days together at Kansas State- Mangino got to KState in 1991 a couple of years after Stoops- Mangino became the Kansas head coach in 2002- 12 win season in 2007- Mangino and Stoops used to get into trouble taking too much time during their lunch breaks playing racquetball- Coach Bill Snyder and fun Kansas State stories- Kale Gundy guest experience and talking about his friendship with Mark Mangino- Mike Leach funny stories- Mangino becomes OC after the 1999 season and helped OU win the 2000 national title- Mangino being able to delegate and crowdsourcing ideas from around his offensive staff room.- Josh Heupel predicted everything that would happen that season before the year started in a meeting.- ”Why not us?”- Heupel went game by game and asked why OU couldn’t win every game?- Taking over Kansas in 2002 and the process of turning things around that peaked in the 2007 season.- Stoops’ brother and Mangino still run up Bob’s bill at a local country club around Youngstown- Mangino nicknamed Drake and Isaac Stoops as “Mugsy and Sluggo”- Stoops getting a black eye in his front yard playing basketball with his kids and showing up to an OU staff meeting with a shinerProducer: Jacquelyn MusgroveCreative Director: Michael LaneSubscribe on Youtube | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Amazon Music
Toby Keith chats with Bob Stoops: 'We’re doing good, we’re going to get our jam back on'
Nov 8 2023
Toby Keith chats with Bob Stoops: 'We’re doing good, we’re going to get our jam back on'
Theirs is a friendship born on the sidelines of Oklahoma football games but lived out for 20-plus years in sharing old stories, celebrating big wins and getting through tough times.So when former OU coach Bob Stoops sat down with country music legend Toby Keith, just about everything was on the table.Keith and Stoops spoke in the latest edition of Conversations with Coach, a special presentation of Sellout Crowd. Both are investors in Sellout. LAUNCH PARTY LIVE STREAM LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8iN2E1LNNVk&ab_channel=SelloutCrowdIt was the longest interview Keith has given since Keith was diagnosed with stomach cancer in the fall of 2021. Keith’s health is on the upswing. He recently announced three shows in Las Vegas, which sold out in minutes. But the journey has been a life-changing one.  "Cancer is an island and you're on a boat,” Keith said. “Nobody goes over to that Island when you don't have it and as soon as you do, you crash land on it."Keith was recently honored by the People’s Choice Country Awards as a Country Icon. During his speech, he spoke about how his highest achievement is when people talk about his work writing songs. TOBY'S SPEECH:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkRL-ohByWo&ab_channel=NBCWhile talking to Stoops, he discussed how songwriting has helped him learn about the importance of creativity and collaboration. And sometimes, the spontaneous nature of inspiration. Keith wrote the song in just 20 minutes while sitting in a hotel bathroom with a guitar.Keith’s musical career eventually led him to Orange Bowl in 2001, where he sang the National Anthem and watched as Stoops, in just his second year with the Sooners, led OU to the national championship.That sparked a friendship that has lasted since, with Keith and Stoops traveling together and often on the sidelines together at OU games, now watching Stoops’ son Drake play for the Sooners.“I know you and Carol (Bob Stoops’ wife) are way too humble,” Keith said. “But it’s time to start bragging on Drake. The Sooner Nation is proud to have him, and I don’t know what we’re going to do without him.”What’s next for Keith after those Vegas shows? Maybe some new songs and other activities that combine his love of music, sports and spending time with old friends.And maybe his own show on Sellout Crowd? Stay tuned.