Saints’ Kenny Stills goes after Oklahoma Head Coach Bob Stoops

Nov 10, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills (84) pulls in a touchdown pass against the Dallas Cowboys during the fourth quarter at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

In the wake of the report that Oklahoma had dismissed running back Damien Williams from the program, former Sooner wide receiver and current New Orleans Saint Kenny Stills took to Twitter with his feelings on the situation.  Stills, along with other former Sooners including safety Tony Jefferson, now an Arizona Cardinal and offensive tackle Donald Stephenson of the Kansas City Chiefs paint an ugly picture of the state of the Sooners and specifically head coach Bob Stoops.

 

 

 


Clearly, Stills is not alone in his feelings.  There are three former Sooners here making their feelings known about the head coach in Norman.  There will definitely be media inquiries looking to get more information from Stills and other players.  It will be interesting to see if these players remain this public or if they claim up with the NFL season still going on right now.  Warranted or not, there are some former players who are clearly unhappy with some of what is going on in Norman.  Stoops had just recently passed Barry Switzer to be the winningest coach in Oklahoma football history.

Topics: Bob Stoops, Donald Stephenson, Kenny Stills, New Orleans Saints, Oklahoma Sooners Football, Tony Jefferson

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  • Richard Richardson

    lookie there i’m the first comment

  • Rick Welker

    Stills was a Pot user when at OU, a gifted receiver that never achieved what he should have, while Stoops and company prepared him for the NFL. He never was a team guy, all about himself as his tweets indicate. .

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