Sooners coach Bob Stoops shot down speculation that he is interested in an NFL head coaching position, according to a report in the Los Angeles Daily News. "There's a time for everybody maybe, if you get those opportunities, and somewhere down the line, that may [be] for me," Stoops said at a press conference in Miami. "I enjoy too much right now what we're doing, the opportunity, the way we're building our program."
Several NFL positions have become available recently, with the Miami Dolphins' job going to LSU coach Nick Saban, who received a contract worth $5 million per season and control over personnel. Stoops resisted advances from the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers in previous season; the Browns job is available again but might not be attractive to Stoops because Carmen Policy -- the team president who, like Stoops, is from Youngstown, Ohio -- is no longer with the club. More at ESPN.com