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Stoops will be looking to re-gain his "Big Game Bob" moniker in 2013.
Head Coach: Bob Stoops (149-37 record, 15th season)
When Stoops was named head coach in 1999, he took over an Oklahoma program that had its reputation dragged through the mud in recent years—the school was 54-46-3 from 1990-98.
After putting together a 7-5 record in his first season, Stoops marched the Sooners to a 13-0 record and the BCS National Championship in 2000. Since then, he has led the team to three more BCS titles, eight Big 12 Championships and 14 bowl game appearances.
Prior to joining the Sooners, Stoops spent time as an assistant coach with Florida, Kansas State, Kent State and Iowa.
Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator: Mike Stoops (seventh season)
In his second year back with the team, Stoops will try and regain his defensive mastery from the early 2000's.
Assistant Head Coach/Cornerbacks: Bobby Jack Wright (15th season)
Wright has been with the program since Stoops' hire in 1999. He recently received the Merv Johnson Integrity Award.
Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Josh Heupel (ninth season)
In Heupel's two years as Co-Offensive Coordinator (2011-12), Oklahoma ranked fifth in the nation in passing (342.9 YPG) and seventh in both scoring (38.8 PPG) and total offense (505.1 YPG).
Running Backs: Cale Gundy (15th season)
NFL star runningbacks DeMarco Murray and Adrian Peterson are former pupils of Gundy's.
Co-Offensive Coordinator/Receivers: Jay Norvell (sixth season)
Norvell has coached in both the Super Bowl and BCS title game.
Assistant Defensive Coordinator/Linebacker: Tim Kish (second season)
Kish has formerly coached with Arizona, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Northwestern, Army, Ball State, Purdue and Bowling Green.
Offensive Line: Bill Bedenbaugh (first season)
Bedenbaugh was named one of the nation's top 50 recruiters by 247sports.com in February. The offensive line will be in good hands, as Bedenbaugh has experience coaching a successful offensive unit. During his time at the school, West Virginia set single-season records for total offense (6,526 yards in 2012) and passing (4,509 in 2011).
Defensive Line: Jerry Montgomery (first season)
During his time at Michigan, Montgomery helped the team post a 19-7 record and limit opponents to just 18.6 points per game in 2011-12. In fact, the Wolverines only allowed three rushing touchdowns in the final nine games of 2012. Montgomery's lessons will be highly beneficial for a young, inexperienced Sooners' line.
Tight Ends/Special Teams Coordinator: Jay Boulware (first season)
Although Auburn hasn't had much success in recent years, Boulware's units have. The Tigers' punt coverage unit ranked second in the nation and their kickoff coverage ranked third. Boulware was also part of the 14-0 Auburn team that won the BCS title in 2010.