After Oklahoma won the 2000 softball national championship, coach Patty Gasso told football coach Bob Stoops that he should win a title, too, so they could visit the White House together.
Stoops' football team won the national championship several months later, and they both met the president.
Earlier this month, Gasso's squad won another national title.
“She hit me again ... she said she got her part done,” Stoops told the cheering crowd at last week's Sooner Caravan event in Wichita, Kan. “We're gonna work on it, for sure.”
STOOPS PROUD OF FIRST-ROUND PICK
Stoops took questions from the crowd at last week's Wichita Caravan, and was asked by one fan to describe an NFL success story that he's particularly proud of.
The OU coach chose Lane Johnson, the offensive tackle who was picked fourth overall by the Philadelphia Eagles two months ago.
Johnson was a junior-college quarterback turned tight end, then switched to defensive end at OU before landing on the offensive line between his sophomore and junior seasons.
He made a meteoric rise up NFL Draft boards as his senior season progressed, then rose even higher after shining at the Senior Bowl and NFL Scouting Combine.