OK, maybe this is a little too bold, but there will be some heated arguments had between the Stoops brothers at the very minimum.
I have long felt that Bob Stoops has surrounded himself with coaches who are his good friends and in the end turn out to be a group of "yes men."
No one would ever dare call out "Big Game Bob" because, after all, Bob won a national championship in only his second year as a head coach and he knew best.
The only problem?
Bob won that national title back when he had his brother, Mike, not only running the defense but also keeping him accountable. Ever since Mike Stoops left to take the head coaching position at Arizona in 2004, Bob has run things his way—even if his way wasn't always the best way.
Mike Stoops is family, and family has no problem letting each other know when another is wrong or slipping up. You can be sure that Mike Stoops will be speaking his mind when he disagrees with brother Bob's game plan for the week.
While Bob may not enjoy feeling questioned after being used to assistant coaches in the past keeping their thoughts to themselves, this will undoubtedly be a huge plus for this Oklahoma football team.
Bob has looked unmotivated in recent years. Mike is just the cure for reigniting that competitive fire back beneath his brothers engine.
We may not see them come to blows on the sidelines, but I would kill to be a fly on the wall behind closed doors.