We’ve got some unfortunate news out of Oklahoma tonight. Bob Stoops, the head coach of the Sooners’ football team, had his house broken into early Wednesday morning, according to KFOR-TV. There are also reports that a vehicle was stolen.
OU Coach Bob Stoops’ home targeted in break-in. Police say it happened early Wed. a.m. & someone was home— but police won’t say who.
— Linda Cavanaugh (@linda4news) June 20, 2013
— Phil (@PhilTheNews) June 20, 2013
KFOR later clarified that the vehicle did not necessarily belong to Stoops’ daughter.
Jake Trotter of ESPN has provided a few more details – the robbery occurred at 3:30 a.m. and the family didn’t realize anything until the morning.
Filed to ESPN: Bob Stoops’ home robbed about 3:30 a.m. Wed. Car among items stolen. Family didn’t realize until they woke. No one hurt
— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) June 20, 2013
This is the second robbery of a college head coach this week. Sunday night, Hawaii head basketball coach Gib Arnold had cash and sports memorabilia stolen from his home in Kailua.