Watch: Bob Stoops shares his favorite memories with his friend Toby Keith

Watch: Bob Stoops shares his favorite memories with his friend Toby Keith

Bob Stoops: “Really somber week, I think, for all of Oklahoma and all of us ... (he) was an absolute loyal Sooner fan to the end, every single sport"

Sellout Crowd Network

By Sellout Crowd Network

| Feb 10, 2024, 10:06am CST

Sellout Crowd Network

By Sellout Crowd Network

Feb 10, 2024, 10:06am CST

Toby Keith and Bob Stoops were fast friends, and though Toby died on February 5, the memories of good times will last forever for the OU coaching legend. He shares some of them with Berry Tramel on a special edition of Conversations with Coach.

Episode highlights:

2:09: Bob Stoops on Toby Keith’s USO Tours

9:12: Bob Stoops on Toby Keith’s wit

11:16: Bob Stoops on Toby Keith being down to earth

13:15: Bob Stoops on Toby Keith suffering a broken ankle in the Varsity-Alumni game

14:20: Bob Stoops on “What Happens in Mexico Stays in Mexico”

17:31: Bob Stoops on Toby Keith at the Alamo Bowl in 2021

21:31: Bob Stoops summing up what Toby Keith meant to him

Producer: Jacquelyn Musgrove
Creative Director: Michael Lane
Social media: Bobby Howard
Director of Content: Mike Sherman

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