Former Oklahoma Sooners head coach Bob Stoops supported his younger brother, Mark Stoops, on the sidelines of Tuesday’s Citrus bowl repping a new look.
Former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops rocking Kentucky blue (black) today. pic.twitter.com/vSnwRY15I1— TheCatsPause247 (@TheCatsPause247) January 1, 2019
Stoops wore a Kentucky black polo with a white Kentucky visor as he watched the Cats taken down Penn State by a final score of 27-24 in the Citrus Bowl.
Stoops retired from coaching following the 2016 season. He was a national championship-winning defensive coordinator at Florida before leaving to become the head coach at Oklahoma.
At Oklahoma, he won a national championship and reached a bowl game in all of his 16 seasons with the team. He finished with a final record of 190-48 before handing the program over to Lincoln Riley, who has led the Sooners to the college football playoffs in his first two seasons.
Stoops may be a Sooner legend and former rival of Kentucky, but today, he was a Wildcat for one of the best moments in program history.