The biggest news in college football on Wednesday was the retirement of Oklahoma Sooners head coach Bob Stoops.
Stoops had racked up a record of 190-48 in his time as a head coach for OU, picking up 10 Big XII titles and a National Championship along the way.
Some of the best around left parting statements for Stoops after hearing the news of his retirement.
#Alabama coach Nick Saban's statement on Bob Stoops' retirement. pic.twitter.com/qngNreI9c5— Chandler Rome (@Chandler_Rome) June 7, 2017
Bob truly represents what is good about college football and the success of his career speaks for itself. What he means to me as a brother— Mark Stoops (@UKCoachStoops) June 7, 2017
and a coach is immeasurable. I wish Bob, Carol and the kids the very best as he moves into the next phase of his life. pic.twitter.com/bGHUMEIeF6— Mark Stoops (@UKCoachStoops) June 7, 2017
Statement from Steve Spurrier on Bob Stoops' retirement. "Bobby always indicated he wasn't going to coach forever." #Sooners pic.twitter.com/ieqt6kDZ4W— Mark Cooper (@mark_cooperjr) June 7, 2017
Kevin Sumlin, a #Sooners assistant under Bob Stoops from '03-'07 had this to say about Stoops' retirement. #12thMan pic.twitter.com/qwJ9VkBZZN— Colin Deaver (@KAGS_Colin) June 7, 2017