Thursday, July 3, 2008

Ron Prince Replacement Candidate Numbero Dos

Want to know who would make an excellent replacement for Ron Prince? Here's a hint. Who is someone that really fucking loves Manhattan? Bob Stoops, you say? Uh, yeah, that's it. Bob Stoops. I didn't expect you to get the answer so quickly, but whatever, man. You got it.

Bob Stoops fucking loves Manhattan. He fucking loves it. That much is certain. Throw on a v-neck sweater and head down to Kite's on any given night of the week and you're likely to catch Bob being Bob. That Bob is crazy, man. That dude is just crazy.

Here's another hint. Who proudly throws on a KSU logo over their officially licensed red and white (crimson and cream) coaching gear whenever the opportunity arises? ("Crimson and cream" was another hint.) Okay, yeah. Bob Stoops. We already knew that, I guess. Moving on.

CONNECTIONS. As many of you know, Stoops worked at Florida State prior to giving his notice, packing his bags, and leaving in order to have his so-called "Decade of Dominance" at Oklahoma. Well, what most of you don't know is that, prior to all of that stuff, Bob worked with ex-KSU head coach Bill Snyder at Iowa before Snyder left Iowa to coach at KSU. In a nutshell, this means that Bill Snyder knows Bob Stoops.

Now, I don't know if we want Bob Stoops or not. But all indications are that he's ours if we do. This is great news, KSU fans!



Anonymous said...

FLORIDA GATORS, not Florida State.

chum1 said...

Looks like it's time for a good old Bob Stoops IQ pissing match. I'll settle this one with a question. How could Bob Stoops have worked for Bobby Bowden at UF? Bowden is an FSU guy, dude. Gamesetmatch.

steve dave said...


Anonymous said...

chum1, come on.

Stoops did coach at UF under Spurrier. That is common knowledge. Here's a link for you if you need the proof.

Futhermore, if you want provide more proof to the Snyder/Stoops connection, you might want to mention the Iowa Hawkeyes connection. Snyder coached the same years that Stoops was an All Big Ten D-Back at Iowa. After Stoops graduated, he worked under Fry and Snyder as a grad assistant.

When Snyder left to K-State, Stoops left to Kentucky St. After one year, Stoops quit at Kent. St and came to K-State.


steve dave said...

ICEBERG...apparently you didn't see where I typed "pwnt"

The42Yardstick said...

plz don't take Texas State's head coach :(