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Bob Stoops’ career record by stadium; most losses have come in Dallas, Lubbock

by Jason Kersey Published: October 2, 2012
Texas Tech's Michael Crabtree celebrates after a touchdown catch against Oklahoma in 2007. The Sooners have lost their last three games at Texas Tech. PHOTO BY BRYAN TERRY., THE OKLAHOMAN
Texas Tech's Michael Crabtree celebrates after a touchdown catch against Oklahoma in 2007. The Sooners have lost their last three games at Texas Tech. PHOTO BY BRYAN TERRY., THE OKLAHOMAN
NORMAN — Oklahoma will play its next two games at the venues where Bob Stoops has lost the most away or neutral-site games during his 13-year tenure.

Stoops’ teams are 2-4 at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock, Texas, where OU will travel to play Texas Tech on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.

Then the next week, the Sooners play in the annual Red River Rivalry game against Texas at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, where Stoops is 9-5 in 14 games (Thirteen Red River games and the 2001 Cotton Bowl, which OU won 10-3 over Arkansas).

Stoops has only lost one more game at the Cotton Bowl than in Lubbock, despite having coached eight more games in Dallas.

The only other stadium in which Stoops’ Sooners have lost four or more games during his OU tenure? Gaylord Family — Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, where he is now 78-4 after Sept. 22’s loss to Kansas State.

Here is a list of all the stadiums in which Bob Stoops’ Oklahoma teams have played, with a win/loss record and winning percentage. The stadiums are arranged by winning percentage — highest to lowest — and the venues where he’s coached at least three games are italicized, so as to stand out more than places like Notre Dame Stadium (Stoops is 0-1 because of a 1999 loss).

OU’S RECORD BY STADIUM UNDER BOB STOOPS
Bill Snyder Family Stadium (Manhattan, Kan.):
4-0 (1.000)
Jack Trice Stadium (Ames, Iowa):
3-0 (1.000)
Memorial Stadium (Lawrence, Kan.):
3-0 (1.000)
HA Chapman Stadium (Tulsa): 2-0 (1.000)
Sun Bowl Stadium (El Paso, Texas): 2-0 (1.000)
Alamodome (San Antonio): 1-0 (1.000)
Bryant-Denny Stadium (Tuscaloosa, Ala.): 1-0 (1.000)
Doak Campbell Stadium (Tallahassee, Fla.): 1-0 (1.000)
Falcon Stadium (Colorado Springs, Colo.): 1-0 (1.000)
Husky Stadium (Seattle):
1-0 (1.000)
Paul Brown Stadium (Cincinnati):
1-0 (1.000)
Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium (Louisville, Ky.): 1-0 (1.000)
Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego):
1-0 (1.000)
Reliant Stadium (Houston):
1-0 (1.000)
Sun Devil Stadium (Tempe, Ariz.):
1-0 (1.000)
Gaylord Family — Oklahoma Memorial Stadium (Norman): 78-4 (.951)
Floyd Casey Stadium (Waco, Texas):
6-1 (.857)
Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City, Mo.):
5-1 (.833)
Boone Pickens Stadium (Stillwater):
5-2 (.714)
Kyle Field (College Station, Texas):
4-2 (.667)
Faurot Field (Columbia, Mo.):
2-1 (.667)
Cotton Bowl (Dallas):
9-5 (.643)
Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, Texas):
1-1 (.500)
Rose Bowl Stadium (Pasadena, Calif.):
1-1 (0.500)
Jones AT&T Stadium (Lubbock, Texas): 2-4 (.333)
Folsom Field (Boulder, Colo.):
1-2 (.333)
Memorial Stadium (Lincoln, Neb.):
1-2 (.333)
University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.): 1-2 (.333)
Sun Life Stadium (Miami Gardens, Fla.):
1-3 (.250)
Autzen Stadium (Eugene, Ore.): 0-1 (.000)
Independence
Stadium (Shreveport, La.): 0-1 (.000)
Notre Dame Stadium (Notre Dame, Ind.):
0-1 (0.000)
Superdome (New Orleans):
0-1 (.000)

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by Jason Kersey
OU Sports Reporter
Jason Kersey became The Oklahoman's OU football beat writer in May 2012 after a year covering high school sports and OSU recruiting. Before joining the newspaper in November 2006 as a part-time results clerk, he covered high school football for...
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