Florida State football Head Coach Hot Board 2.0
Florida State football is in the process of looking for a new head coach. Warchant has the inside scoop on the top candidates for the vacancy. Here's the second version of our Hot Board with new candidates, some moving up, and some slipping down.
UPDATED: Nov. 6
Bob Stoops (59)
Currently: Head coach and general manager, Dallas Renegades (XFL)
Resume: Known for his success at Oklahoma from 1999-2016. During his tenure in Norman, he won 10 Big 12 titles, one national title and had an overall record of 190–48. Led by Stoops, Oklahoma won the most games (110) of any BCS school during the last decade (2000–2009). His teams at OU finished ranked in the Top 10 in 11 of his 18 seasons. The Sooners also made it to four national championship games during his tenure, of course defeating FSU in 2000 but coming up short in 2004, 2005 and 2009. He is also well known to FSU fans because of his three years as defensive coordinator under Steve Spurrier at Florida from 1996-'98.
Salary/Buyout: $162,000 / NA
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