He’s been the head coach at his school longer than anyone else.
Bob Stoops’ retirement has pushed a Big 10 coach on top of a coaching pedestal.
Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz is now the longest-tenured head coach in college football.
The Hawkeyes’ head coach was hired one day after Stoops was hired at Oklahoma.
They had both been at their schools since December 1998.
With Bob Stoops retiring, Kirk Ferentz is longest tenured coach. He started at Iowa on Dec. 2, 1998 – 1 day after Stoops was hired at OU
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) June 7, 2017
Congrats to Kirk.