Bob Stoops said it is his "full intention" to remain Oklahoma's coach during a Monday afternoon interview with an Oklahoma City radio station.
The 15-year Sooners coach was specifically asked about his name being linked to the Cleveland Browns vacancy. Stoops said on 107.7 The Franchise's "Casillas & Company" show that he never speaks publicly about coaching rumors or if he's spoken with teams looking for head coaches. (More at the Tulsa World)
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