Report: Oklahoma Football Coach Bob Stoops’ House Burglarized, Car Stolen
We’ve got some unfortunate news out of Oklahoma tonight. Bob Stoops, the head coach of the Sooners’ football team, had his house broken into early Wednesday morning, according to KFOR-TV. There are also reports that a vehicle was stolen.
OU Coach Bob Stoops’ home targeted in break-in. Police say it happened early Wed. a.m. & someone was home— but police won’t say who.
— Linda Cavanaugh (@linda4news) June 20, 2013
— Phil (@PhilTheNews) June 20, 2013
KFOR later clarified that the vehicle did not necessarily belong to Stoops’ daughter.
Jake Trotter of ESPN has provided a few more details – the robbery occurred at 3:30 a.m. and the family didn’t realize anything until the morning.
Filed to ESPN: Bob Stoops’ home robbed about 3:30 a.m. Wed. Car among items stolen. Family didn’t realize until they woke. No one hurt
— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) June 20, 2013
This is the second robbery of a college head coach this week. Sunday night, Hawaii head basketball coach Gib Arnold had cash and sports memorabilia stolen from his home in Kailua.