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Bob Stoops Day at ESPN is Thursday

by Mike Sherman Published: August 11, 2010
Brace yourself, Bristol. Bob Stoops will be invading the ESPN campus for 14 interviews over four hours on Thursday.
Brace yourself, Bristol. Bob Stoops will be invading the ESPN campus for 14 interviews over four hours on Thursday.

Bob Stoops will be on ESPN Thursday, all day Thursday.

The OU football coach and the Worldwide Leader has an aggressive interview schedule across all — well maybe not all — of ESPN’s platforms Thursday in Bristol, Conn. He’s scheduled to do 14 interviews over a four-hour period with a mix of television, radio and internet appearances.

A co-worker just wisecracked whether anyone was going to take over/under betting on how many times Stoops said “certainly” during this interview onslaught. I won’t be counting, but I’ll be listening/watching/monitoring as much as humanly possible.

Here’s the ESPN’s Stoopsapalooza schedule:

7:25 am – Mike & Mike Show (ESPN Radio)

7:45 am – Doug Gottlieb Show (ESPN Radio)

7:55 am – SportsCenter.com

8:05 am – ESPN Rise

8:20 am – The Herd (tape) (Colin Cowherd on ESPN Radio)

8:45 am – SportsCenter

9:00 am – ESPN.com chat

9:25 am – 1250 ESPN Radio Pittsburgh

9:50 am – First Take

10:15 am – ESPNews

10:30 am – ESPNU

10:45 am – Digital Media

11:00 am – ESPN.com video interview with Ivan Maisel

11:30 am – 1:00pm – College Football Live

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by Mike Sherman
Sports Editor
Mike Sherman is sports editor of The Oklahoman, where he has a combined 18 years of service during two stints as a writer and an editor. He covered high school sports for The Oklahoman from 1984-93. He also worked as a news writer for the...
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